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Holiday in Georgia, tailor made

This itinerary for a cultural and wilderness holiday in Western Georgia is packed with some of our suggestions for ways in which to tap into not only the ancient cultures but also the sacred and mythical aspects of this gem of a country. As well as being featured in Greek myth Jason and the Argonauts, the country's Caucasus Mountains and Black Sea shores are not only dramatic, but verging on epic. And definitely worth an odyssey of your own. This itinerary takes you through the country’s western landscapes, starting in its capital city, Tbilisi and then through the snow capped mountains and prolific forests of the Caucasus. Highlights include sites such as the ancient cave towns of ...Read more >
From £1,995 excluding flights

Armenia small group holiday

Spanning cultures and continents, Armenia lies at the heart of the Caucasus, its ancient monasteries and candlelit churches standing silent sentinel over centuries of conflict and religious devotion. Watched over by the biblical heights of Mount Ararat, its mountains and forests play host to a stunning collection of ecclesiastical treasures, from the beautiful cathedral at Echmiadzin, to the serene majesty of the Khor Virap and Tatev Monasteries. This incredible journey takes us into the heart of this remarkable country, offering us a chance to discover the very soul of Armenia as we travel from its bustling capital and into the remote fortresses, ancient caravanserais and breathe in ...Read more >
From £1,485 excluding flights

Northern Argentina holiday

Puna de Atacama is Argentina’s most otherworldly landscape and wild frontier. Strongly influenced by the traditions and heritage of the Quechua and Aymara cultures, northwestern Argentina is a wonderfully rich blend of indigenous customs and breathtaking scenery. One of the country’s least visited regions, a 5 day driving expedition to the Puna desert is an unforgettable and unique journey. Your journey begins in Buenos Aires, Argentina’s bustling, cosmopolitan capital. After a chance to enjoy some of its most iconic highlights you will fly north to Salta, where you will stay in a country lodge in the Andean hills. You’ll also get a chance to explore colonial Salta before heading off by ...Read more >
From £2,735 including domestic flights only

Karachi to Lahore holiday in Pakistan

Enigmatic, edgy and intriguing, Pakistan often makes the headlines for all the wrong reasons. However, it is a land filled with colour and contrast, offering the adventurous traveller a stunning wealth of culture, tradition and natural beauty. This remarkable journey encompasses everything from Sufi tombs and desert fortresses, to bustling bazaars and lively cities, as you travel from the streets of Karachi and deep into the Punjab. Beginning in Karachi you’ll have a chance to explore one of Pakistan’s most exciting and historic cities, before journeying across a landscape filled with World Heritage ruins and dazzling Sufi mausoleums. You’ll discover the tombs of some of the country’s most ...Read more >
From £2,595 excluding flights

Ethiopia holiday, Tribes of the Omo Valley

Not only one of the most fascinating countries on the continent, Ethiopia is also incredibly diverse, both culturally and geographically. Travelling south from the capital, this spectacular journey takes you past the Great Rift Valley and deep into the Omo Valley, home to some of the most colourful and interesting tribal groups in the country. From Addis Ababa you will journey south by 4WD, travelling through the spectacular landscapes of the East Africa Rift Valley. On entering the Omo Valley you will visit the distinctive beehive house of the Dorze people, before taking in the crocodile market of Arba Minch and the waters of Lake Chamo. The drive to Jinka then takes you through the ...Read more >
From £2,995 excluding flights

Uzbekistan holidays, tailor made

This journey through Uzbekistan reveals a stunning melange of history, culture and natural majesty in one of Central Asia's most fascinating countries. Beginning in Tashkent, you’ll discover Silk Road cities and desert castles, see the transformation of the Aral Sea, and experience wilderness and village life in the beautiful Nurata Mountains. Delve one of the world’s finest collections of Soviet avant-garde art one day, sleep in a desert yurt camp another. After exploring Tashkent's mosques, madrassahs, grand squares and museums (don't miss the world's oldest Koran at the Muyie Mubarak library), travel north to the fascinating town of Nukus, home to a superb collection of rare Soviet ...Read more >
From £2,195 excluding flights

Jordan tour, tailor made

A stunning blend of cultural highlights and natural beauty, this eco journey through Jordan’s ancient landscapes combines the unmissable treasures of Petra and Jerash, the unique setting of the Dead Sea and the charming hospitality of the Wild Jordan range of properties. From Amman you will venture into the spectacular Roman ruins of Jerash, before moving on to explore the fortress of Qa’lat Al Rabin at Ajloun. Staying in cabins and guesthouses on the edge of some of Jordan’s most captivating wilderness, you’ll then spend the following days exploring the trails, villages and landscapes around Ajloun and the Dana Nature Reserve. See the income-generating projects run by local women in the ...Read more >
From £2,295 excluding flights

Togo & Benin holiday

Home to a fascinating variety of vibrant cultures, Togo and Benin are lands of quite extraordinary scope and spectacle, being the spiritual home of voodoo and steeped in the tragedy and horror of the tragic trans-atlantic slave trade. Beginning in Lome, Togo’s lively capital, our journey takes us into the heart of some of West Africa’s most culturally diverse regions and geographically varied landscapes. We’ll explore the tropical forests along the slopes of Mount Klouto and visit the spectacular adobe architecture of the Tamberma and Somba people. We’ll then head north to take in the scenic landscapes around the Atakora Mountains and hike amongst the villages of the Taneka plateau, our ...Read more >
From £2,995 excluding flights

Eastern Ethiopia holiday

This stunning 12 day journey into Ethiopia’s eastern highlands combines a captivating mix of cultural diversity, wild landscapes and the country’s often overlooked wildlife. One of Africa’s most fascinating destinations, few people appreciate it is also home to a staggering wealth of birdlife and endemic species, such as the Bale wolf. Beginning in Lalibela to see the famous rock churches, you’ll journey first along the course of the Awash River, to enjoy the abundant birdlife and volcanic landscapes of the Awash National Park. Moving on to the staunchly Muslim city of Harar, you’ll then enter a world that was once barred to all Christians, where Hyenas are still fed by hand in the streets ...Read more >
From £3,995 excluding flights

Northern Albania walking holiday

This Northern Albania walking holiday explores this wild and undiscovered pocket of Europe on foot. The Albanian Alps, also known locally as the Accursed Mountains, tower over a landscape of valleys, lakes and limestone gorges – walking in this wild and sparsely populated region feels like a true adventure. This eight day walking holiday begins in Shkodër, one of Europe’s most historic cities, before heading to the vast and beautiful Lake Koman, in the Valbonë Valley. Take a boat cruise here to fully appreciate the canyons and narrow passageways that flank the lake, looking a lot like the Norwegian fjords. Enjoy hikes that follow little used trails to pretty mountain villages and lead up ...Read more >
From £925 excluding flights

North Caucasus holiday in Russia

The Caucasus is one of our favourite places in the world, and this small group holiday takes you to the least visited part of this region – the North Caucasus. While we have been taking visitors to the South Caucasus (Georgia and Azerbaijan) since 2004, the North Caucasus is a new departure and presents the opportunity to explore the isolated villages and soaring mountains of once off limits republics of the Russian Federation. Some of these republics, such as Chechnya, Dagestan and Ingushetia, have gained an unenviable reputation due to recent conflict, but the region is now slowly opening up to visitors, and curious and intrepid travellers will find an authenticity and charm that can be ...Read more >
From £3,895 excluding flights

Tailor made Costa Rica highlights holiday

Sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Caribbean on the other, tiny Costa Rica can boast an unparalleled array of flora and fauna. Its stunning mix of high mountains, lush rainforests and protected coastline can boast one of the richest concentrations of biodiversity on earth. Home to the largest percentage of protected area anywhere in the world, this spectacular adventure takes you from Costa Rica’s bustling capital and deep into the rainforests of Tortuguero, Arenal and Monteverde, where you can search for sea turtles, quetzals and sloths by boat, on foot and from zip lines. There will also be time to enjoy a fascinating chocolate and plantation tour, take a soak ...Read more >
From £2,250 excluding flights

Iran holiday, tailor made

Ancient history, rich traditions and Islamic culture create a seductive mix on this Iran tailor made holiday, which takes you across the country to discover incredible Islamic treasures, remote Kurdish regions and the story of one of the world’s oldest civilisations. Beginning in Tehran, you can explore the Golestan Palace before flying southwest to the city of Ahwaz. Ahwaz is in the province of Khuzestan, which was the capital of the Elamite Kingdom in the second millennium BCE. Explore this ancient civilisation with visits to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Choga Zanbil, one of the best preserved ziggurats (a raised, brick temple) in the world; as well as Susa, a former Elamite city. ...Read more >
From £3,190 including domestic flights only

Costa Rica family adventure holiday, tailor made

Arguably the best family destination in Latin America, Costa Rica is well known for its white beaches, verdant rainforests and staggering biodiversity. One of the smallest countries in the Americas, it is also ranked as one of the world’s most progressively active environmental champions. Boasting an excellent tourist infrastructure and some superb accommodation options, it provides the perfect setting for an unforgettable family adventure. Your journey begins amongst the rich landscapes of the Central Valley, where you’ll venture into the steaming fumeroles and sulphurous lagoons of the Poas Volcano National Park. Visit a dairy farm and go white-water rafting through rainforest before ...Read more >
From £1,800 excluding flights

Argentina holidays, best of northwest Argentina

Strongly influenced by the traditions and heritage of the Quechua and Aymara cultures, northwestern Argentina is a wonderfully rich blend of indigenous customs and breath-taking scenery. One of the country’s least visited regions, here the European influences of the Spanish invaders are infused with rich Andean traditions. Your journey begins in Buenos Aires, Argentina’s bustling, cosmopolitan capital. After a chance to enjoy some of its most iconic highlights and a tango show, you will fly north to Salta, where you will stay in one of the highest vineyards in the world. An ideal base from which to discover rural vineyards, valley formations, Incan ruins and unique wildlife as you continue ...Read more >
From £2,650 excluding flights

Off the beaten track holiday in Vietnam

Beautiful and complex, the Grand Dame of South East Asia is an exotic and beguiling mix of culture, cuisine and charm. A wonderful overload of the senses, this remarkable journey takes you behind the scenes of a country that has transformed itself since the end of colonial rule and the brutal upheavals of the American War. Beginning amongst the colourful bustle of Saigon, your adventure starts with a motorbike ride through the backstreets of the city, where intimate stories and traditional music comes by way of a local family of musicians. After exploring the infamous Cu Chi Tunnels and the backwaters of the Mekong Delta you then fly on to the beautiful town of Hoi An and the stunning ...Read more >
From £5,450 excluding flights

Pakistan tailormade tour, 16 days

Pakistan is a country close to our hearts… and for good reason. Home to some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world, thriving cities, colourful markets and warm hospitality, a trip to this part of the world is bound to excite even the most worldly travellers. Having run trips here for more than a decade, we understand the political complexities of travelling to this fascinating country and our paramount consideration has always been the safety of our clients. Despite the negative images painted by the press, we believe that most areas in Pakistan - particularly around Chitral and the mountains of the north - pose little or no danger within the current climate.Read more >
From £3,245 excluding flights

Ethiopia small group holiday

The contrasts of Ethiopia never cease to amaze. While it may be home to the fertile headwaters of the Blue Nile and the striking Simien Mountains which rise to 4,550m, this adventurous trip focuses instead on the arid north-east of the country which counts amongst its treasures the fascinating medieval walled city of Harar as well as the unforgiving Danakil Depression, one of the lowest and hottest places on earth. Along the way our journey will see us encounter the famed ‘hyena man’ of National Geographic fame, take a drive through Awash National Park, where Wilfred Thesiger once explored in the 1930s and reach the shores of Lake Afrera which sits 100m below sea level. In addition we’ll ...Read more >
From £3,125 excluding flights

Indonesia family holiday, tailormade

The glittering gems of Borneo, Bali and Lombok provide the backdrop to this unforgettable family adventure. Home to some of Indonesia’s most breathtaking landscapes and some of its most iconic treasures, these islands are a haven for endangered apes, revered temples and some of the finest beaches in the Indian Ocean. This journey begins in Jakarta, Indonesia’s busy capital, from where you will fly on to the rich rainforests of Borneo, a refuge for orangutans, crocodiles and clouded leopards. Enjoying the traditional comforts of an Indonesian houseboat, you’ll spend your days cruising the waterways of the Tanjung Puting National Park, visiting orangutan sanctuaries and jungle research ...Read more >
From £2,995 including domestic flights only

Armenia tailor made holiday

Set amongst the mountains of the Southern Caucasus, Armenia lies at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe. Often overlooked, this little visited nation-state can boast an impressive lineage and a tragic history. The first country in the world to adopt the new Christian religion, its mountains are filled with a dazzling wealth of churches, monasteries and rock-cut chapels. Under the towering gaze of Mount Ararat you will have a chance to explore Yerevan, the Armenian capital, and its surrounding treasures including Echmiadsin, the spiritual home of the Armenian Church. You’ll visit the important monastic settings of Khor Virap and Noravank, explore the cave village of Khndzoresk ...Read more >
From £1,490 excluding flights