Serengeti Migration and Mahale chimps
A truly varied experience with some of Tanzania's top highlights. The northern Serengeti in the dry is a real spectacle though expect to share it with other travelers (although we do try and maintain our own space). Afterwards, escape to the remote west of the country where few people venture. Big game in an understated authentic camp in Katavi with the option to walk and fly-camp, followed by bizarre chimp and beach combo in the rare Greystoke Mahale...truly a unique spot.
Cruising the mesmerising Galapagos Islands
Imagine a wildlife extravaganza, a place on earth where mother nature has put on a show unlike anywhere else! Here you are met by a spectacular wild life both under and above the surface, every corner is teaming with life. The combination of fish, mammals and reptiles separates the Galapagos from other marine reserves. Here you share the water with penguins, sea lions, ocean iguanas, turtles, sperm whales, humpback whales and hammer heads. You also get the opportunity to trek the islands, meet the locals and learn about life in Galapagos.
Enjoy fabulous days and starlit skies at sea in this amazing part of the world!
Desert Rose, Lake Turkana, Kenya
Return to the origin of life, Kobi Foora, cradle of mankind. Not more than 200 people reach Koobi Foora every year, this place is the real end of the world, completely off the beaten track. This is the place we all derive from, where the first human being settled down some 3 million years ago.
Greystoke Mahale - Play with chimps
It's no exaggeration to say THERE'S nowhere in the world like Greystoke Mahale. Greystoke Mahale sits on a pristine, white sandy beach overlooking the turquoise water of Lake Tanganyika, with the forested slopes of the 8000 ft Mahale Mountains rising behind. We share the mountains and the lake with so many animals, but it's the chimps that inspire us; hard not to compare their daily lives, their movements, feeding, squabbling, foraging and grooming, with our own.
Nkwichi, Lake Malawi
A peaceful paradise hidden on the pristine shores of Lake Malawi, one of the deepest lakes in the world. Nkwichi is a complete experience offering a unique taste of Africa with exquisite lakeside scenery and unparalleled tranquility. The crystal clear freshwater of Africa's most bio-diverse lake awaits you - explore seculded bays, untouched beaches, towring monoliths and an underwater world of wonder. Glimpse into the customs and culture of the Nyanja tribe, the ever-friendly "People of the Lake" and the real stars of Lake Malawi.
Rovos Rail, Victoria falls, Zambezi Queen & Botswana
Set off on an extraordinary journey through Africa. Rovos Rail is a beautiful and authentically refurbished Edwardian-style train designed to take guests back in time as it meanders through some of South Africa’s least-seen but most spectacular countryside. This is what it really means to travel in decadense. Once you stop, you find yourself at the legendary Victoria Falls - David Livingstone, the Scottish missionary and explorer, is believed to have been the first European to view Victoria Falls in 1855. You spend 2 nights at the Stanley & Livingstone . The magic does not stop here, you traverse the Botswanian border and embark on the beautiful Zambezi Queen for an unparallelled wildlife experience.
Spitsbergen dog sledge expedition
Forget the rest of the world for a few days!
Join us on our unique dog sledge expedition to the west coast of the Isfjorden. During the expedition you will experience the wild and beautiful nature of Spitsbergen. The route goes from Longyearbyen through open valleys, over ice covered fjords and on thousand years old glacier ice. We pass the old mining village Pyramiden, the mountains Tre Kroner, visit the researcher town; Ny-Ålesund and drive through the majestic glaciers at Oscar II Land. At the end of the expedition we will be picked up, and transported to Longyearbyen by boat.