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    Please check out some examples of our special seasonal discounts.  Visit one country or combine a few, the choice is yours. We have more offers on countries which are not listed, so please do feel free to call us for details.  We can always tailor make your trip to fulfil your desires. 

  • Africa

    Here is a list of our current destinations. Please click on each country to discover what it has to offer.  Please contact us for an initial introduction to our services, we will be happy to advise and assist in arranging a trip of a lifetime. 

    • Botswana

      An Insight into Botswana

      Botswana is a land of vast spaces, big skies and wide horizons.  There are large parts of the Country where human habitation barely exists. Clearly, this is a place where it’s still possible to get away from it all and take in the truly unspoiled wilderness and stark natural beauty of Botswana.

      The seemingly endless expanse holds many treasures, not least of which are some of Africa’s best managed and most densely stocked game parks with an equally abundant birdlife. About 17 per cent of the land is side aside as either national park or game reserve, thus ensuring that the wildlife is suitably protected. But Botswana has other hidden gems such as the intriguing rock paintings in the Tsodilo Hills, a Unesco World Heritage Site in the remote north-western corner of the country

      Botswana is also a country of growing sophistication, having one of Africa’s highest standards of living. It is a land where, although English is widely spoken and used for commerce, Setswana is the language of everyday discourse – especially outside the main business centres of Gaborone and Francistown. Similarly, local Tswana culture is still celebrated. Famed for its diamond exports, Botswana has made wise use of its income from precious stones to build a nation and this industry remains the bedrock of the economy

      Botswana’s tourism model is arguably Africa’s most thoughtful, with a strong emphasis on conservation, the maintenance and promotion of the nation’s rich cultural heritage and a winning strategy that encourages high-yield, low-density camps and lodges in and around its leading game parks – notably the Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park. In short, Botswana is a top-notch destination that has largely avoided the mistakes of overdevelopment and short-term planning that has blighted tourism in other parts of sub-Saharan Africa.



    • Kenya
    • Namibia

      Wedged between the Kalahari and the South Atlantic, Namibia is one of the youngest countries in Africa. In addition to having a striking diversity of cultures and national origins, Namibia is a photographer’s dream, boasting wild seascapes, rugged mountains, lonely deserts, stunning wildlife and colonial cities.

      Despite its harsh climate, Namibia has some of the world’s grandest national parks, ranging from the wildlife-rich Etosha National Park in the North West to the dune fields and desert plains of the Namib-Naukluft Park in Western Namibia. Windhoek, in the Central Highlands, is the country's geographical heart and commercial nerve centre, with an ethnic mix of people and there is Swakopmund for the surfers and beach-lovers.

      Namibia is one of those dreamlike places where you will relish the experiences. Time and space are less defined here. Landscapes collide. Experiences pile up. Watch a lion stalking its prey on a never-ending plain in Etosha. Fly down a giant dune on a sandboard. Spend a night alone in the desert under a sky so thick with stars you can’t differentiate between constellations.

    • South Africa
    • Tanzania/Zanzibar
    • Zambia

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  • Asia

    Here is a list of our current destinations. Please click on each country to discover what it has to offer.  Please contact us for an initial introduction to our services, we will be happy to advise and assist in arranging a trip of a lifetime. 

    • Bhutan
    • Borneo
      s the 3rd largest island in the world and divided among 3 countries, Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia.  Borneo is dominated by wide rivers meandering through some of the oldest rainforests on earth, supporting precious ecosystems abundant in rare plant and animal species.
      Malaysian Borneo is split between the provinces of Sabah and Sarawak, whilst the Indonesian portion (the southern part of the Island) is known as Kalimantan.  Borneo offers a tantalising mix of rain forests, volcanoes, idyllic tropical islands, trekking, a huge variety of wildlife including orang-utan, proboscis monkey and exceptional birdlife.
    • Burma
    • Cambodia

      There’s a magic about Cambodia that casts a spell on many who visit this charming yet baffling kingdom with it's very contrasting elements.  Be entranced by the realm of the gods at Angkor Wat, a spectacular fusion of symbolism, symmetry and spirituality.  Then descend into the hell of Tuol Sleng and come face to face with the Khmer Rouge and its killing machine. Welcome to the conundrum that is Cambodia: a country with a history both inspiring and depressing, an intoxicating place where the future is waiting to be shaped.

    • China
    • India
    • Kalimantan (Indonesian side of Borneo)
    • Laos
      After years of war and isolation, Laos, with its intact culture and chilled out natives, is fast becoming a popular destinatoin amongst travellers. It is developing quickly but still has much of its traditions. Village life is refreshingly simple and even the national capital Vientiane, this sort of languid riverfront life exists. Then, there is the historic royal city of Luang Prabang, where watching hundreds of saffron-robed monks move silently among centuries-old monasteries is as romantic a scene as you’ll experience anywhere in Asia.
    • Malaysia

      Is really like two countries in one, cleaved in half by the South China Sea. The peninsula is a multicultural mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian flavours while Borneo hosts a wild jungle smorgasbord of orang-utans, granite peaks and remote tribes. Within and throughout these two very different regions are an impressive variety of microcosms ranging from the space-age high-rises of Kuala Lumpur to the longhouse villages of Sarawak and the serene, powdery beaches of the Perhentian Islands.  Despite all the pockets of ethnicities, religions, landscapes and the sometimes-great distances between them, the beauty of Malaysia lies in the fusion of it all, into a country that is one of the safest, most stable and easiest to manage in Southeast Asia.

    • Maldives
      Golden sunny beaches, private villas, top end luxury holiday and honeymooners paradise. Maldives is romantic, eccentric and welcoming.
    • Mongolia
    • Nepal

      The Himalayan kingdom for years has fascinated travellers from across the globe. Its simple folks and traditional charm of hospitality are second to none. The kingdom with the World's highest Peak is a kaleidoscope in itself.

    • Vietnam

      Nature has blessed Vietnam with a bountiful of soaring mountains, beautiful coastline and radiant rice fields. Vietnam is a nation of determined optimists who have weathered war after war, survived colonialism and communism, and are now getting to grips with the wheeler-dealer world of capitalism. Fiercely protective of their independence and sovereignty, the Vietnamese are graciously welcoming of foreigners who come as guests not conquerors. Believe your senses, as you discover one of the most enriching, enlivening and exotic countries in the world.

    • Thailand
    • Tibet

      An Insight into Tibet

    • Sri Lanka