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Egypt & Sudan overland tour

Really experience Egypt and Sudan as we follow the Nile and explore the gems of the ancient civilisations along this mighty river. This trip of course visits the Egyptian highlights of the Pyramids of Giza as well as Luxor, Aswan and Abu Simbel, but offers so much more. We take an overnight Felucca to experience the life of the river, visit the bustling city of Alexandria and relax on the Red Sea coast. In Sudan we explore the deserts, towns and the great temples and pyramids of the Nubian region, learning about the Kingdom of the Kush. In Khartoum we have the opportunity to witness one of Africa's geographical highlights, the confluence of the Nile. Locally known as Al Mogran this is where ...Read more >
From £2,110 excluding flights

Annapurna and Chitwan overland truck tour in Nepal

This beautiful little journey shows us some of the less visited parts of Nepal and includes a couple of rural heritage visits to small settlements, with wonderful heritage stays at Nuwakot and Bandipur. No visit to Nepal would be complete without exploring Kathmandu or Pokhara and, of course, the plains of Chitwan National Park in search of rhino, bears, deer and tiger. Although this trip is not designed as a trekking trip, we have a three day period in the Annapurna Region for hikes and village walks along a ridge with marvellous views of the high Himalayas. Here we stay at a remote retreat with yoga, cows to milk and other calming activities.Read more >
From £805 excluding flights

Buenos Aires to Rio De Janeiro overland truck tour

Joining an overland odyssey is an excellent way to see and understand Argentina and Brazil, soaking up its scenery as you are transported from one unforgettable sight to another. This 19-day trip kicks off in beautiful Beunos Aires and travels north to the iconic city of Rio de Janeiro. Making frequent stops of a few nights at a time, there is plenty of opportunity to explore the key destinations along the route, and the range of activities on offer ensures each visit is action-packed. After exploring Buenos Aires, the trip heads for the Igauzu Falls, one of South America’s most impressive sights. You will be able to admire these colossal waterfalls from both sides of the border, before ...Read more >
From £1,010 excluding flights

Silk route, Bishkek to Beijing tour by overland truck

The western end of the Silk Route, is arguably the most historic. This was the end that started it all, when the Han Chinese emperor Wudi commissioned Zhang Qian to open up trade to Central Asia and to map the route. The link between the Central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan and China is the remote Torugart Pass, and our route takes us through this high Tian Shan mountain pass to the fabled city of Kashgar with its unique Sunday Market. Then there is the vast Taklimakan Desert, the western end of the Gobi and some stunning scenery complete with oasis towns of major historic importance to the Silk Road. The route then climbs onto the lower slopes of the wild Tibetan Plateau through ...Read more >
From £3,530 excluding flights

Rio Carnival small group tour

Rio's annual Carnival is the greatest party on Earth and a once in a lifetime experience with six days of street festivals, pulsating samba rhythms and a city at one with itself, having the most amazing time. And of course no visit to Rio would be complete without a visit to explore Sugar Loaf and Corcovado. The highlight of the week is the "premiership" Samba School Parades in the Sambadrome. We take our places in Sector 11, the party sector, to really soak up the atmosphere. If you want to get totally involved, you can take the option of joining a Samba School in full costume for the parade; an incredible experience.Read more >
From £1,175 excluding flights

China to Laos overland truck tour

Southern China and northern Indo China are extraordinary regions and should be seen together. This trip takes the traveller from some of China’s real tourist highlights such as Xi’an and the Terracotta Army and the Giant Pandas at Chengdu, to some of its wonderful hidden gems such as the trekking in the beautiful Tiger Leaping Gorge or climbing to the summit of Wudang Shan, birthplace of Tai Chi. Of course you can’t travel through this region without embarking on a three gorge cruise, or climbing to the summit of Emei Shan with the other Buddhist pilgrims to see the hundreds of temples. Deep in the south of the country is the extraordinarily beautiful landscape that surrounds the ...Read more >
From £2,640 excluding flights

Quito and Lima overland truck tour

Ecuador is all about its Andean heartland and its pristine Amazon jungle and its cities house some of South America's finest colonial masterpieces. Both Quito and Cuenca, home of the Panama hat, have the most beautiful churches and plazas on the continent. Ecuador is best known for the Galapagos, and if you start or finish this tour in Quito, you must try to add on a trip to the islands. The Ecuadorian Andes are both verdant and magnificent and it is well worth spending time, trekking, climbing or rafting here before heading into the rain forests of the Amazon. Crossing into Northern Peru, you leave the greenery behind you and head into dry deserts with the ancient civilisations and ...Read more >
From £950 excluding flights

Kenya and Tanzania tour, 14 days

Experience Kenya and Tanzania, the great plains of Africa, as we merge the wildlife of these two nations with their tribal cultures, stunning landscapes and some rest & relaxation beside the Indian Ocean. The seemingly endless plains of the Serengeti and the immense volcanic crater of Ngorongoro Crater offer superb game-viewing. Add to this the herds of elephant in Tarangire NP and Amboseli NP and you have a wildlife spectacle second to none. We travel through the lands of the Maasai and numerous other tribes with time to learn about their various lifestyles, including hiking in the Usamabara Mountains and visiting the Irented villages en route. The coast of both nations is the land of ...Read more >
From £1,030 excluding flights

Peru and Bolivia tour, 12 days

This tour balances Peru with Bolivia through both countries sitting astride the massive Altiplano, or high plateau and populated by the Quechuan Indians. The Cholitas are so quintessentially Andean, that these colourful ladies are almost the symbol of Bolivia. This trip ties the heartland of the Incas, Cuzco, the Urubamba Valley, Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail, into the framework of the Andes and beautiful Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world. The stunning scenery of the region combines with its history to make this region of Peru, the most popular tourist attraction in South America. Hence we purposely offer alternative Inca Trails away from other tourists and spend ...Read more >
From £760 excluding flights

Sudan small group tour, 8 days

As a destination, Sudan is so often overlooked but to journey through the beautiful Nubian desert is a wonderful experience. Clustered along the banks of the Nile, are some of the greatest sites of antiquity. They may not rival Luxor or Abu Simbel in grandeur and scale, but in sheer, artistic beauty and isolation, they are second to none. The petit temples of Naga and Musawwarat are simply lovely, and the experience of camping under the stars in the wilds of the desert behind the Pyramids of Meroe is serene. Add in a boat trip across the Nile to the Temple Of Sulb, with its towering columns and you get a true sense of what is hidden in the Sudanese Sahara. Khartoum, sits on the confluence ...Read more >
From £910 excluding flights

Kathmandu to Delhi overland tour

There is no better way of visiting Northern India, than balancing it with Nepal. chalk and cheese, or chaos and calm. In Nepal, we hike through the gentle foothills, through rural villages, overlooked by the mighty Annapurnas; we stay in beautiful heritage homes in remote towns and villages and we look for the tigers and rhinos of Chitwan National Park. Crossing into India, the frenetic pace of life is amplified to a crescendo on the banks of the Ganges at Varanasi and in the hustle and bustle of Delhi. Our route takes us through the heartland of the Mogul Empire with its fabulous monuments and forts; the Taj Mahal may be the most famous, but Agra's Red Fort and Akbar's great city of ...Read more >
From £1,435 excluding flights

Chennai to Kolkata, India overland truck tour

This trip if for travellers who are after a different India than that purely represented by the Taj. This is the India of rural Odissa and the indigenous aboriginal tribal peoples of the Eastern Ghats, of local markets and small tribal villages. This is the India of Kolkata, a wild and chaotic India with so much atmosphere and zest for life. This is the India of holy pilgrimages, temples and off the beaten track UNESCO heritage sites, such as the Konark Sun Temple in Puri. This is the side of India that few western tourists bother with, but which has so much colour and culture, that we believe it is a really crucial part of India to see, to balance the stereotypes of the Taj and the ...Read more >
From £910 excluding flights

Lima to Rio tour by overland truck

This is the quintessential South American overland trip from the land of the Incas to the iconic capital of music and dance, Rio De Janiero. This journey will take you from the high Andes, across the beautiful and wild Altiplano of Bolivia, with its shimmering salt lakes at Uyuni, through the lands of Argentina's Gauchos and on to the Emerald Coast of Brazil. En route, we journey way off the beaten track and then back to the urban splendour of Buenos Aires and to the mighty Iguazu Falls. We explore the wildlife of the wetlands of the Pantanal, we hike the Inca Trail and visit Machu Picchu as well as staying in the homes of our hosts such as Quechuan Indians or Argentine Gauchos. We ride ...Read more >
From £3,415 excluding flights

La Paz to Buenos Aires overland truck tour

From Bolivia's high Altiplano to the heart of Argentina's grasslands, this trip takes you through some of South America's most beautiful landscapes. Most stunning of all is the dramatic expanse of the salt plains of Salar de Uyuni and we will cross the Altiplano along remote, seldom travelled routes, criss-crossing wild plateaux studded with volcanoes and lakes full of flamingos; it is truly spectacular. Bolivia was the economic engine of the Spanish empire and nowhere more so than the historic city of Potosi with its giant silver and tin mines and the political centre of La Paz. We descend from the Andes into Chile's Atacama Desert, to visit the atmospheric town of San Pedro before ...Read more >
From £1,130 excluding flights

Ethiopia tour by overland truck

One of our most popular trips in Africa, this tour explores the seldom-visited Ethiopia. This journey has all the best of the country's highlands and the north; the main highlights of the trip being the rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, trekking in the Simien Mountains and an expedition into the wilds of the north to explore the Danakil Depression. We also visit Lake Tana, the source of the Blue Nile, and the Blue Nile Falls where the great river cascades down into a massive gorge. Nestling on the bank of Lake Tana is the picturesque city of Bahir Dar, one the three great Ethiopian settlements we visit; the others are Addis Ababa and the historic city of Gondar, with its ancient castles and ...Read more >
From £1,555 excluding flights

Nairobi and Cape Town African overland truck tour

South Africa overland tours are definitely the only way to travel and if you’re hoping to undertake an exemplary itinerary from Nairobi to Victoria Falls then this epic 71 day tour certainly pulls out all the stops. Exploring the very best of East and Southern Africa is just a thrill of a lifetime and as this South Africa overland tour also takes you on safari in East Africa, including Serengeti, Maasai Mara, South Luangwa and Etosha game reserves, you can rest assured that wildlife watching opportunities are never in doubt. Aside from the parks of East Africa you’ll also be tracking mountain gorillas in Rwanda, chimps in Uganda and rhinos in Zimbabwe as well as paddling in mokoro canoes ...Read more >
From £4,480 excluding flights

Dakar to Freetown, West African overland tour

This has to be one of the best overland routes in West Africa, due to its diversity. Starting in the Sarhelean country of Senegal, at the fascinating city of Dakar, and travelling south through to the stunning beaches of Sierra Leone, a country that is beginning to really embrace tourism, there is so much to see along the way. With wonderful trekking to remote waterfalls, canoe trips to local villages, great opportunity for wetland birdlife and some absolutely stunning beaches, this trip really will surprise travellers. But it is no walk in the park as we are travelling though countries such as Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone and The Gambia with a minimum of tourist infrastructure. ...Read more >
From £1,540 excluding flights

Chile and Argentina overland tour

This trip links up two of the most cosmopolitan cities of South America, Santiago and Buenos Aires and allows us to explore the real wilderness of the two countries of Argentina and Chile - it's all about Patagonia. It's a journey for lovers of the outdoors, with plenty of camping in national parks of outstanding natural beauty, and the chance to trek, climb, bike, and horse ride through some breathtaking scenery. Perhaps the highlight will be the 5 day visit to Torres del Paine National Park, where there will be plenty of time to trek the W Walk; or maybe riding or trekking around the magnificent Los Glaciares National Park around the dramatic peaks of Mount Fitz Roy will be your ...Read more >
From £2,000 excluding flights

Bolivia, Chile and Argentina overland truck tour

From Argentina’s grasslands to the high Altiplano in Bolivia, this 21-day overland truck tour takes you through some of South America’s most unusual and beautiful landscapes. You set out from Santiago in Chile, travelling across the Andes into Argentina to explore the country’s wine capital, Mendoza, tucked in the shadow of the mountains. Next enjoy a special and unique two days with the gauchos on an estancia stay, learning their skills and riding horses from this idyllic country ranch. Travel north from here through the wine regions and highlands of northwest Argentina, to the Spanish colonial town of Salta which sits at the heart of Argentian’s beautiful arid regions. Then head over the ...Read more >
From £1,100 excluding flights

Ethiopia tour, Harar & Bale Mountains

The Rift Valley and its tribes are at the heart of this journey, and we have plenty of time to explore the lakes and towns. We spend time in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Harar where we go on a guided tour. This historic gem is also infamous for the butchers who feed the wild hyenas at night at the edge of the town. The Bale Mountains are one of Ethiopia's best trekking areas and home to many endemic species of plants and animals; we spend three nights here to really get under the skin of the place and go in search of the elusive Ethiopian Wolf on the Sanetti Plateau.Read more >
From £1,170 excluding flights
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