We are very excited to announce the 2018 set departure dates for two conservation-focused safari's which will take place in Kenya and Zimbabwe. The Kenya conservation safari was such a success in 2017, that we are thrilled to offer it again this coming year. In Zimbabwe, this is the first conservation safari of it's kind showcasing how sustainable tourism can truly make a difference. Space is limited, if you want to partake in this lifetime opportunity, confirm your spot today.
Traveling to Southeast Asia is exciting and exotic. It conjures up images of bustling markets, thriving jungles and of course, their famous local wildlife, like elephants and tigers.
The ancient ruins of Machu Picchu is one of the wonders of the world, visited every day by thousands of people. The Cusco Tourism Board (DIRCETUR) has just announced that it will be implementing a new entrance program, in order to regulate crowds and preserve this historic attraction.
If you are thinking of traveling in 2018 and are not sure where to go, Namibia is a must see destination. 2017's group safari dates are already sold out and we are excited to share that the extremely popular Ultimate Namibia Group Safari itinerary will be offered for 2018. With only 7 guests max, this is one of the most intimate group option.
This group safari has multiple departure dates from February through December, 2018 and incorporates a wide variety of activities, destinations and unique lodging over 10 days. Travelers will have the chance to experience the magnificent and memorable country of Namibia in their own very personal way. Throughout the itinerary, you will be led by an experienced and professional safari guide, who will introduce you to the unique wonders of this country and showcase the best of the best, without any stress.
With the permits for the Inca Trail flying off the shelf, those travelers determined to trek are now seeking alternative hiking options. Over the last few years, we have been developing alternative trails that showcase different aspects of the Andes, rarely seen on the traditional Inca Trail. Local Villages, majestic peaks and zero crowds, these are all elements that are enticing to any true adventure trekker.