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Roadtrip

Imagine driving along a turquoise coast, across vast, painted deserts, or even through the vibrant delights of India’s Golden Triangle. Taking a road trip in a new country may seem daunting, but with exceptional private guides, you’ll see all of the hidden gems along the way.
 
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Nature Reserves of the Garden Route
The Garden Route is arguably the best road trip in Africa, sweeping along South Africa’s Cape past vineyards, mountains, beaches, and coastal towns. It’s also a wonderfully easy place for wildlife spotting, with easily accessible nature reserves perfect for family adventures.
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Golden Triangle
India’s Golden Triangle begins in Delhi, the Indian capital, a city which is addictive and exhausting in equal measure. It stretches south to Agra and the Taj Mahal - mesmerising however many times you’ve seen it - and west to the Pink City of Jaipur, a jewel amongst princely states.
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Atacama Desert
The Atacama is high, utterly dry, spectacular and absorbing. Vast fields of steaming geyser cobalt soda lakes covered in a pink flamboyance of flamingos and strange lunar landscapes set the scene. Beneath the 19,400 foot Licancabur volcano, the Gustavo Le Paige museum bears testimony to age old...