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Cruise the Galapagos
Cruise the Galapagos
A unique cruise aboard an exclusive yacht. An archipelago of spectacular volcanic islands. Strange and fascinating wildlife. Safaris on land and on water. This unique combination makes a cruise around the Galapagos one of our world’s most inspiring adventures.
Travel Well
Travel Well
Travel to the world’s fragile places should benefit the habitats, the wildlife and the people who live there. We call this “Travelling Well” and it is a feature of every safari we arrange.
A Taste of Brazil from Caiman Ecological Refuge
A Taste of Brazil from Caiman Ecological Refuge
Utilising a staple root vegetable native to Brazil, the Pão de Queijo has an important role in both modern day and historic Brazil. These small, starchy pastries first originated by the Afro-Brazilian communities in Minas Gerais.
COVID-19
COVID-19
If you are considering an escape to one of our world's wild places, your dedicated travel designer can answer any questions you have about travel during and post COVID-19. Meanwhile, here are answers to some of your frequently asked questions about the safety and practicali...
Which Countries are Open for Travel
Which Countries are Open for Travel
As we adjust to life with COVID-19, rules about travel are rapidly changing. Country borders are opening up and international flights resuming. Travel must resume and around the world many countries have put policies in place to safely reopen their borders and welcome us back....
Shepherds and Leopards
Shepherds and Leopards
For centuries, the Rabari shepherds of Rajasthan have revered the local leopard population as guardians of the temples and shrines. From the luxurious vantage point of SUJAN Jawai, you can observe this fascinating relationship between man, cat, and god for yourself.
Wildlife at your window
Wildlife at your window
Nothing beats lying in bed listening to a lion roar, or sitting drinking coffee on your veranda as a herd of giraffe strolls by. We have sought out some of the most spectacular lodges where taking a game drive or bush walk is strictly optional: the wildlife will come to you.
Ride4Rangers
Ride4Rangers
It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all sectors of business globally, not least the travel industry. Across Africa the halt of travel 'pressed pause' on the funding of national parks, private concessions and conservation initiatives, and left thousands with...
World Orangutan Day
World Orangutan Day
We humans have always had a lot of fascination and affection for our cousins the great apes, and there is none more fascinating than the orange-furred ‘Old Man of the Forest’ — the orangutan. An exclusively Asian species, and found only in Borneo and Sumatra today, the limited...
Hot and healthy Chilean style
Hot and healthy Chilean style
While there are a number of great reasons to visit the beautiful South American country of Chile, one of them has to be the delicious cuisine. From fresh salsas, humitas and empanadas to hearty casseroles, exotic tropical fruit and succulent seafood caught fresh on the day, Ch...
Family Calendar
Family Calendar
Who doesn’t have a twinge of nostalgia for childhood summertime holidays on the coast. You know, chucking it down day-after-day, boulders rather than sand, and when the sun finally appeared it was shoulder to suncream-smeared shoulder on the beach. No? Us neither.
Hiking in Peru: Beyond the Inca Trail
Hiking in Peru: Beyond the Inca Trail
Machu Picchu is arguably the most famous UNESCO World Heritage Site in South America. In normal times, tens of thousands of visitors each year reach its iconic location on foot, following the Inca Trail. But this is by no means the only remarkable journey you can take through ...