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Safari & Beach
Why choose between a palm-fringed island and incredible wildlife encounters when you can experience both? The contrast from exhilarating game drives on savannah plains to white sand and palm tree-lined beaches is awe-inspiring.
Our experts are here to expertly combine luxury lodges and remote Indian ocean hideaways so your African adventure will take your breath away. This timeless classic itinerary will exceed your expectations.
Sea Plane to the Maldives
The Maldives' stunning islands are known for pristine white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and abundant marine life. What's not to like, and what better way to start your journey than by seeing this sight from the skies as you make your James Bond entrance!
See The Great Wildebeest Migration
One of the most sought-after experiences for wildlife enthusiasts, the Great Migration is the ever-moving circular migration of over a million animals across the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem. The constant movement of wildebeest, joined by a host of companions, follow an age-old route in search of grazing and water.
After calving in the Southern Serengeti, the animals journey North towards the Masai Mara in Kenya, before returning once again near the end of the year. Along the way, high drama is always present, as thousands of animals are taken by predators and thousands more are born, sustaining the circle of life.
Ski The 3 Valleys
France's 3 Valleys ski area is the largest in the world, combining the world-class resorts of Méribel, Courchevel, Val Thorens, Les Menuires, La Tania, Saint Martin de Belleville, Brides les Bains and Orelle.
Boasting some of the best skiing in the world, it is a playground for all abilities, ages and interests. The restaurant and après choices are fantastic too. If you're only going to handful of ski holidays in your lifetime, this has to be one of them.
Charter a Turkish Gulet
Charting a gulet in Turkey is one of the best ways, if not the, to set sail with family or friends in the Mediterranean. The vessels are full of character and charm, and complete with all the amenities you will ever need.
For younger children, it is the closest they can get to living their Jack Sparrow fantasies, making it an unforgettable holiday. With water-sports and ice-cream on tap, it will be a fantastic adventure they will never forget.
Cruise the Nile
Aristocrats cruised the Nile in the 1920's-40's with elegance and flair during a time of loose Egyptian ruling. Re-live the era as you discover a civilisation that rose along the Nile's banks.
Start in Cairo at the Pyramids and Sphinx, discover the fabled temples and tombs of Luxor, and then float into Aswan with stops at Edfu, Kom Ombo, and more.
Visit the Okavango Delta
Visiting The Okavango Delta is one of best safari experiences available in Africa. With first-rate wildlife, accommodation and guiding in an awe-inspiring setting.
The delicate crystal-clear waters of the Okavango Delta support a dizzying array of flora and fauna and excellent wildlife viewing year-round. Hundreds of bird species proliferate here, as well as The Big 5. However it’s the scenery itself that can be so utterly awe-inspiring, you can only love your time here; it is safari paradise.
A self-drive safari is a more independent and rewarding way of traveling Africa, generally for those who seek a little adventure. They make great memories and are well suited for families, adventurers, and even honeymooners, and there is no place better to do it than at the home of the self drive safari - Namibia!
Given the size of Namibia, self driving is an effective way to travel this vast country, allowing you to take in every view as it comes. Namibia also lends itself to adventure with an incredible selection of exciting lodges. Furthermore, the country has an excellent road infrastructure and is considered a very safe place to travel.
Masai Mara Mobile Riding Safari
If you are a rider, there is simply no better way to see Kenya than riding across the Masai Mara on a fit healthy horse with a mobile tented camp in foot. With outstanding game viewing from horseback and superb riding country, the Mara exceeds all expectations.
With 4 different camp locations you will literally ride from one side of the Masai Mara to the other, covering over 250km. The Mara hosts an abundance of wildlife including lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, buffalo, giraffe and zebra, as well as huge numbers of plains game and birdlife.