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Relaxing

Inspire Me

Regardless of your preferred method to unwind, we will create a getaway to sweep you away from the chatter of the everyday world. Uncork a bottle in fairytale vineyards, take an exotic river cruise through verdant jungle, or even escape to a private island - we’ll take you wherever your heart calls.
 
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Ultimate Wine Tour
Chile boasts some of the best vineyards in the Americas. It’s an area of great natural beauty, but for wine lovers the real attraction is the many wineries which open their doors for tastings and tours. We’ll prepare an itinerary just for you to experience the very best.
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Luxury Train Journeys
The first steam powered locomotive in South Africa pulled out of Durban in 1860 on its way to Harbour Point. Within 50 years, the entire country was criss crossed by railway lines. Travelling by train remains the finest way to explore South Africa, especially aboard the luxurious Rovos Rail.
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River Cruises
Its rivers are the lifeblood of India: more than 500 million people live in the Ganges Basin alone. Travelling by water on a luxury river cruise, you will see rural life and ancient temples along the shore but also experience stretches of unspoilt wilderness, which today are increasingly rare.
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Winelands
Did someone say wine? Yes, you come to South Africa for Cape Town and the Kruger, but they face stiff competitions from the very best New World vineyards. Stellenbosch and Franschhoek are household names, and their excellent microclimate suits not only vines but visitors as well.