From snorkeling with sea turtles, to galloping across the plains, to quad biking through the desert, it is not only easy, but exhilarating to get active while travelling. Hike the Inca trails or valleys of Bhutan for a truly intrepid adventure.
The Galapagos sit at the crossroads between several major ocean currents, creating a unique ecology and a huge diversity of marine life. Dive here and see schools of hammerhead, whale shark, fur seal, marine iguana, and spotted eagle ray. The wildlife beneath the waves is as exciting as on land.
In Europe it’s said all roads lead to Rome, but in Peru, the same is true of Machu Picchu. The Inca road system running through the Andes was the most extensive and sophisticated in South America, totalling some 40,000 km Through here, we can take you in the footsteps of Inca's cultural history.
Great adventures start with a single step. This is especially true in Namibia, where you can explore the vast, diverse landscapes on foot, entering into the wildernesses of mountains and valleys, discovering ochre deserts and their contrasting emerald oases.
Zambia’s Luangwa Valley is the birthplace of the walking safari, pioneered by the legendary Norman Carr. There’s no other way you’ll feel closer to the natural world than when you walk with a guide by day and sleep in a bush camp by night.
Kenya occupies an expansive and varied terrain, overlying the East African Rift between Lakes Victoria and Turkana. The wealth of activities on offer is similarly diverse, from unforgettable days spent tracking black rhino from Saruni Rhino, to stargazing on the vast Loisaba Conservancy.