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40 holidays found

Brazil beach holiday, tailor made

Visit pristine beaches, snorkel in emerald seas and explore traditional villages whilst staying in a lovely pousada just about 3 hours from Rio. But before you head for the beach, take some time to explore the amazing city of Rio de Janeiro. You have two full days to explore, including a full day's guided tour to see the highlights. Your beach stay is in the Costa Verde about 3-4 hours south of Rio, and under an hour from the lovely village of Paraty. Your small, 9 room boutique hotel is the Pousada Picinguaba. It has a fabulous position on this forested coastline. The rooms overlook tropical gardens that surround the spring-fed swimming pool. This is a very relaxed 'rustic chic' ... Read more >
From £2,700 excluding flights

India holidays to the Golden Triangle, tailormade

This short but high quality trip takes in the most famous sites in northern India. This circuit of Delhi Agra and Jaipur is often referred to as the 'Golden Triangle' as it takes in some of the finest examples of India's architectural and cultural heritage making it one of the most popular India holidays. It is an ideal trip for the first-time visitor to India wanting to see the classic sites like the Taj Mahal, The Pink City, and the historic capital. This is an easy trip that does not require any particular special fitness. This itinerary is based on very good hotels and should find this short itinerary will be at a relaxing pace. Best time to go is around October to mid-April. The ... Read more >
From £1,250 excluding flights

Galapagos cruise options, tailor made

A visit to the Galapagos is one of the world's greatest wildlife experiences. It is a unique environment, an archipelago right on the equator, 600 miles west of the Ecuadorian coast, where a remarkable range of life exists with absolutely no fear of man. Some of the famed inhabitants of the islands include the blue-footed boobies, frigate birds, flightless cormorants, the Galapagos Waved Albatross, sea lions and fur seals, land iguanas and marine iguanas (the only sea-going lizard in the world), and of course the giant Galapagos tortoise. The islands are all very different and they each have specific landing sites and visitor sites. The nature trails are carefully marked out to avoid ... Read more >
From £3,250 excluding flights

Golden Triangle tour in India

Our Golden Triangle tour makes an ideal introduction to India for the first-time visitor, combining the colonial grandeur of Delhi, the excitement of Jaipur and the serene beauty of the Taj Mahal. It is one of India's most popular holidays. But our tour differs from most other Golden triangle tours in that we stay in homestays - giving you a better insight into modern Indian life as well as seeing the fabulous historic sites. You will have your own air-conditioned car and the services of an English-speaking guide for the sightseeing. And surely having the chance to get to know local people on a more informal and relaxed level would also be nice? That’s why we’ve based this excellent ... Read more >
From £900 excluding flights

Holiday in Ecuador, tailormade

Holiday in Ecuador – Rainforest, Andes and the Galapagos Islands Rainforest, Andes and the Galapagos Islands: this trip gives you a taste of the variety which Ecuador has to offer. Explore the Amazon rainforest at Napo Wildlife Centre - take hikes, birdwatch, and explore the rainforest canopy. Discover colonial Quito and spend your last week on a wonderful wildlife cruise in the Galapagos Islands. Your journey begins with an exploration of colonial Quito then continues with a visit to a wonderful rainforest lodge in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Napo Wildlife Centre is in a picturesque setting on the edge of a lake in the heart of primary forest, along the Napo River. It is an excellent ... Read more >
From £4,500 excluding flights

Tren Ecuador rail holiday

Take a luxury train between the Andes and the Ecuadorian Pacific Ocean. This 4-day journey is certainly a unique way to see the changing scenery between the ocean and the mountains, but you also get to experience the diverse environments and meet the people who live there, since you get off the train each day to eat and sleep, and do some exploring. A maximum of 50 people can be catered for on the roughly weekly departures. You are offered snacks and drinks at any time whilst on the train, then your meals are sometimes on board, but at other times they are taken during the daytime tours, or at the local haciendas and characterful hotels where you're sleeping. As winner of the Responsible ... Read more >
From £1,310 excluding flights

Costa Rica wildlife holidays

In two weeks you will journey across Costa Rica from the Caribbean to the Pacific coasts, through rainforest and cloudforest and down to the incredible Osa Peninsula and Corcovado National Park. You’ll travel by road, by boat and on foot as you explore the flora and fauna of this amazing country. Monkeys, toucans, macaws, red-eyed frogs and dolphins are just some of the species you might spot. Throughout the holiday you’ll be staying at comfortable lodges and hotels. This is a truly special wildlife and nature holiday in one of the world’s most biodiverse countries. Read more >
From £2,885 excluding flights

Big game safari in Tanzania

This luxury safari is ideal if you want to experience Tanzania for the first time, or to combine a northern Tanzania safari with another destination. The SERENGETI is the highlight of the trip for many people, especially with the luxury private camping in this famous park. This prime game-viewing safari also stops at the NGORONGORO CRATER and LAKE MANYARA (or TARANGIRE, depending on the time of year). .................................................................................................... LAKE MANYARA is a shallow, alkaline lake which attracts masses of pink flamingoes. The park is well known for its herds of elephants, and for its unusual tree-climbing lions. It is also ... Read more >
From £3,650 excluding flights

India tour, Taj, tigers and Ganges holiday

This itinerary is extremely popular for travellers wanting to capture the highlights of India for the first time - and with good reason. Not only does the itinerary visit all the locations in the Golden Triangle including Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, but also incorporates a unique and unobtrusive chance to see tigers in the wild at Ranthambore National Park and an authentic railway journey to the holy city of Varanasi. Your holiday begins in the capital, Delhi, where you will experience an informative sightseeing tour of both Old and New Delhi. It later includes two reliable train journeys from Rantahmbore to Bharatpur and from Agra to Varanasi. What an original way to see India! Varanasi lies ... Read more >
From £2,200 excluding flights

Malawi safari and beach holiday

Malawi is a relatively little-visited and hugely underrated African destination. Known as the 'warm heart of Africa' it lives up to its reputation time and again for visitors. So don't miss it. This holiday is a really gorgeous two-centre safari and beach trip. It takes in the best known national park, Liwonde, and time on Lake Malawi to enjoy either relaxing beach time or plenty of watersports. You can also take time to visit some of the local villages to get an insight into rural Malawian life. You don't have to travel huge distances from place to place to get a relaxed African experience with both safari and beach in one country. Malawi is the answer. You'll love it. Read more >
From £2,400 excluding flights

Kerala holiday, Malabar Adventure

Travellers wanting an adventure holiday in India often end up seeing the more 'usual' sides of Kerala. This holiday is different. It takes you on an adventure which is much less ordinary, far more interesting, and which is utterly immersed in the culture of the area. This is an Indian holiday which gives you a varied and fascinating look at the state of Kerala, including Cochin, the backwaters, the beaches of Kannur and the wildlife and spice gardens of Wayanad. But it also includes privileged insights into the culture and traditions of the local people - artists, musicians, dancers, and other craftsmen. This is an excellently-priced holiday, especially when you consider the places ... Read more >
From £1,800 excluding flights

Botswana safari holiday

Immerse yourself in 15 days of unequivocal game viewing, dramatic landscapes and a sense of adventure as you will be experiencing the REAL Botswana with your fellow travellers and guide. This semi participation safari is ideal for guests looking for something more authentic. The safari begins in the town of Kasane which is north of the significant Okavango Delta in Botswana, and finishes on the Zambian side of the Famous Victoria Falls in Livingstone. Your group vehicle is supplied with your tented accommodation, cooking facilities, communication via radio and not forgetting a guide and camp helper for assistance. This itinerary visits Maun, the Nxai Pan, Okavango Delta, Moremi Game ... Read more >
From £1,850 excluding flights

Ecuador tours, Andes and the Amazon

If you really want to get under the skin of Ecuador - it's stunning diverse scenery, the wildlife, the people, the food and crafts, the mountains, cloudforest and rainforest ... this holiday is a superb choice. But you're not just a spectator on this trip, you're actually getting out there and feeling it and doing it! - Trek around Otavalo region, seeing waterfalls, crater lakes, weaving villages and remote farms. - Trek to a historic hacienda and take a cooking lesson. - Hike in the cloudforest, then enjoy a chocolate tour. - Visit a cock-of-the-rock lek in the clouforest to see where these stunning birds perform their courtship ritual. - Visit a hummingbird garden.- Hike, horse ride ... Read more >
From £4,395 including domestic flights only

Botswana luxury tailor made holiday

This is a wonderful 3-centre safari in Botswana, giving you diverse environments to experience in this vast country. It is also an itinerary which is specifically built to bring funds to rhino conservation within Botswana. Whilst enjoying some stunning wildlife safari experiences and staying in 3 luxury lodges your visit is also doing good work for these persecuted creatures. You start in Leroo la Tau Lodge on the Boteti River across the water from Makgadikgadi National Park. Then you have 2 nights in the Okavango Delta (and a choice of 4 different camps, which we're happy to advise you on), followed by 2 nights in Chobe, where you can choose between the riverfront area or the Savuti ... Read more >
From £3,500 excluding flights

Kilimanjaro climb, Machame Route

The Machame route is one of the most scenic routes by which to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. It is less used than the Marangu route and all the better for it. You ascend from the western side of Kilimanjaro and descend down the south face. You pass through tropical montane rainforest to the snows of Kilimanjaro, with views of the western face and the southern icefields. Other routes are available, and we’re happy to quote on these. You might also want to consider adding in an extra on the mountain for acclimatisation. This greatly increases your chances of summiting. Read more >
From £1,925 excluding flights

Holiday in South Africa, Madikwe and Waterberg

The first half of the week takes in the hugely rewarding Madikwe Game Reserve for excellent gameviewing. You then explore the beautiful Waterberg region with its game and diverse mountain wilderness, and the chance to walk and horse ride as well as take game drives. All this and fantastic food and accommodation too. Madikwe covers 75,000 hectares in the north west of South Africa, adjoining the border with Botswana, about 4 hours drive from Johannesburg. It was established in 1991. What makes it so special is not just that it has a wide variety of wildlife species, but that it was set up as a joint venture between the state, the private sector and the local communities. The reserve can ... Read more >
From £2,900 excluding flights

Peru and Galapagos tailor made tour

If you're travelling all the way to South America, why not take in two of the continent's most iconic destinations? One to satisfy the culture-vulture / history buff in you, and the other to nurture your love of nature. In an unrushed two weeks starting in Lima, you have 5 nights in Peru to see Cusco, Sacsayhuaman and Machu Picchu. After 2 nights to explore the colonial city of Quito in Ecuador, we then fly you to the incredible Galapagos Islands, 600 miles off the mainland coast. Here you have a 7 night cruise on a gorgeous yacht, stopping each day on different islands to explore the wildlife and unique habitat. Read more >
From £5,435 excluding flights

Peru tailor made holiday, Machu Picchu & Tambopata

This is a trip full of stunning Andean scenery and steeped in Inca history, plus delves into the steamy Amazon rainforest. Nothing can quite prepare you for your first view of Machu Picchu - however many photos you have seen. The charming town of Cusco will enchant you, the Sacred Valley is not only stunning to see, but culturally fascinating. The Bahuaje-Sonene National Park and the adjacent Tambopata National Reserve protect habitats ranging from the Andean highlands around the rivers' head waters through some of the last remaining intact cloud forests to the lowland rainforests of the Amazon basin. Over 1,300 bird species (including 32 parrot species - 10% of the world's total), ... Read more >
From £2,495 excluding flights

The Heart of Nepal trek, tailormade

The Heart of Nepal trek. Encompassing outdoor activities, wildlife watching, Nepalese culture and the traditional architecture, temples and arts of the Kathmandu Valley, this trip combines a little of all the aspects that makes Nepal so popular. Our trek takes us through valleys, canyons, forests full of birdlife and to ridges for stunning views of the mountains. At Chitwan we are sure to see rhinos and other wildlife as we take an elephant-back safari. If the gods are with us we may even see that most magical of creatures - the Royal Bengal Tiger. Kathmandu City Kathmandu took its name from a building known as Kasthamandap (the 'House of Wood') which is still in the centre of the old ... Read more >
From £2,500 excluding flights

Kenya wildlife camping safari

Kenya's wildlife is just magnificent, and this excellent mobile camping safari visits two of the country's best wildlife regions: Amboseli and the Masai Mara. You'll go game watching in the morning, game watching in the afternoon and game watching at night, and in diverse environments, giving you a fantastic opportunity to see an incredible range of mammals, birds and reptiles. And you'll get an insight into the Maasai way of life, with a visit to an authentic Maasai village. You'll start with a night in Nairobi. Then for the next six nights you'll camp in private conservancy areas bordering game parks, sleeping in two-man domed tents, on high density mattresses, and travel in ... Read more >
From £1,785 excluding flights
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