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What’s New in 2021
What’s New in 2021
Our expert holiday creators are constantly uncovering new ways for you to enjoy the wonders of our world. We hope that you’ll find some of the following irresistible.
A Taste of Argentina
A Taste of Argentina
Any recipe that begins with “1 bottle red wine” has to indicate a correct order of priorities. This is the case for Estancia Los Potreros’ recipe for their speciality Osobuco. As this sumptuously hearty meal takes an afternoon to cook, you can enjoy it after a bracing winter w...
Carbon Offsetting
Carbon Offsetting
We are increasingly aware of the impact that our daily lives have upon the environment. Almost everything that we do creates some kind of “carbon footprint”. As part of our Travelling Well programme we ensure that every holiday that we arrange has a positive impact, actively b...
Slowly Down the Ganges by Eric Newby
Slowly Down the Ganges by Eric Newby
I’ll be honest with you – I haven’t read this book since the 1970s! But when the team asked me to write a book review I immediately thought of “Slowly down the Ganges”.
Be Bold
Be Bold
We’re sensing, as we talk with you, that there’s a definite sense of wanting to make that next holiday a really exceptional experience. Of wanting to be “bold”. Maybe it’s driven by having been cooped up too long, or by a renewed appreciation of the wonders of the world out th...
The Journeysmiths Guide to Seeing Big Cats
The Journeysmiths Guide to Seeing Big Cats
How much purr-suasion do you need to agree to a feline themed adventure? We promise that we’ll drop the puns as we help you discover the most extraordinary big cats in the world. Bengal tiger, jaguar of the Brazilian Pantanal, snow leopard of the Himalayas and the lion of the ...
Curious Cats
Curious Cats
While a few large felines steal the show, our planet is full of cats of all shapes and sizes. Many of these lesser known species are so elusive, they live in relative obscurity. There are tiny rusty-spotted cats in Sri Lanka, hilariously grumpy Pallas’ cats in remote Siberia, ...
Where to go in 2021 and 2022
Where to go in 2021 and 2022
In a year like no other, 2020 had many of us unexpectedly press pause on our bucket lists. While it hasn’t been without its frustrations, it has given us a chance to step back and reflect on our lives and values. It has also given us an opportunity to dream of the future and p...
A Taste of Bhutan
A Taste of Bhutan
Nestled in the high Himalayas, the Kingdom of Bhutan is a world away from life in the western world. Lush green valleys strike a dazzling contrast against towering, snow-capped peaks. Buddhist prayer flags, dzhongs and colourful palaces are an ever-present reminder of the folk...
Inspiration Odyssey: Cruise the Galapagos
Inspiration Odyssey: 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.