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Top Five Journeys to Take with Your Dad for Father’s Day
Top Five Journeys to Take with Your Dad for Father’s Day
What are you going to get for your Dad this Father’s Day? Maybe tickets to the theatre or something a bit more adventurous. A flight in a hot air balloon perhaps, or even in a Spitfire. These are all great ideas, but next year, how about spending time together on an extraordin...
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What are the best places to see our world’s endangered species of wildlife? How can we ensure that we help their fragile situation by travelling to see them? We are featuring five amazing creatures which live in five very different habitats; snow leopard, rhinoceros, polar bea...
Book With Confidence
Book With Confidence
We have been creating unforgettable journeys for over 30 years. Your happiness and safety are at the heart of what we do. So, if the unexpected happens and you need to change your travel plans, we will always be flexible. In that respect, our ‘Book with Confidence’ promise ...
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5 Reasons to Visit Borneo in 2021
Borneo is rather special. The largest island in Asia, it belongs to three countries: Brunei, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The centre of evolution for thousands of endemic species, the island’s threatened rainforests are the last refuge not only for orangutan, but for Bornean eleph...
Travelling well
Travelling well
We believe that a wildlife holiday should be the experience of a lifetime for you. At the same time it has to positively help the beautiful places and people you’re visiting. We call this “Travelling Well”.
Inspiration Odyssey: Antarctic
Inspiration Odyssey: Antarctic
Antarctica: clothed in ice, bathed in soft summer sun, and silence. This continent of extraordinary beauty symbolises the precious vulnerability of our world. When we take you there it’s with a lightness of touch that fades like the wake of your kayak from the glassy blue waters.
Know your Penguins
Know your Penguins
Serious birdwatchers will go to great lengths to add to their life lists, venturing deep into jungle and bush. But few of them — indeed few people at all — ever have the opportunity to pursue their hobby on the southernmost continent on our planet – Antarctica.
Inspiration Odyssey: Bhutan
Inspiration Odyssey: Bhutan
That the Government of Bhutan measures progress in “Gross National Happiness” says a lot about this charming Himalayan Kingdom. Winding trails made by yak herders wend their way past medieval hilltop monasteries and “dzong” fortresses. A day of exhilarating walking can be foll...
Spotting snow leopard in the Himalayas
Spotting snow leopard in the Himalayas
The snow leopard is one of the most beautiful - yet elusive - creatures on the planet. Stealing through the highest reaches of the mountains like a shadow, they are notoriously hard to track, and their camouflage is such that they often slip by unseen, sometimes only metres away.
Inspiration Odyssey: Chile
Inspiration Odyssey: Chile
Stretching 2400km, from the arid Atacama Desert in the north to the alpine tundra of Patagonia in the far south, Chile is the spine of South America. Here almost every possible geographic feature is squeezed impressively into an undulating ribbon of land less than 200km wide, ...
Why you can't miss the Masai Mara
Why you can't miss the Masai Mara
The Masai Mara takes its name from the Maasai tribe whose ancestral savannah lands straddle the Kenyan-Tanzanian border. Here are just a few of the reasons you should make the Masai Mara your next destination in East Africa.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
As the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to evolve, our primary concern remains the safety and well-being of our clients, partners and team members. Every holiday we arrange is uniquely designed to appreciate our clients’ individuality and we are approaching the current...