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This trip includes the main cities cities: Bogotá, Cartagena and Medellin
This journey allows you to approach and admire both the wilderness and the untamed animals in the Kruger National Park, including the world-famous Big-Five: lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and buffalo. You will also get the chance to enter the Kingdom of Swaziland and discover more about the Swazi culture, their traditional way of life and handicrafts.
South Africa is one of the most diverse countries in the world: the 'Rainbow Nation' has 11 official languages, and its population forms a patchwork of African, Asian and European culture. Whether walking the colorfoul streets of Bo-Kaap, enjoying the beaches on the Indian Ocean or marvelling at the untamed wilderness in the Kruger National Park, visitors will encounter a warm welcome and leave with memories for a lifetime!
On the Garden Route is a 16-day tour from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. You will discover the rolling landscapes around the vineyards in Stellenbosch, drive through the arid plains around Oudtshoorn, considered the World capital for ostriches, enjoy the beaches in Knysna and Plettenberg Bay, and admire the wildlife at the Addo Elephant National Park. This tour offers a captivating insight into the diversity of South Africa.
The immense plains of the Llanos occupy almost a third of the territory and constitute for many Venezuelans the soul of the country. It is the territory of the vaqueros, cowboys of the region, but above all the refuge of an innumerable variety of animals that make it one of the most beautiful and amazing ecological sanctuary in the world.
You will observe thousands of birds of all kinds (herons, egrets, macaws, hoatzins ...), capybaras (the biggest rodent in the world), caimans, anteaters, anacondas and maybe, if you are lucky a puma or even the famous jaguar...
Start your tour in the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town from where you visit the beautiful region located at the tip of the African continent. After a short flight between Cape Town and Durban, leave the Atlantic coast to reach the Indian Ocean, 1500 km further north. Enter in Swaziland, a tiny kingdom and meet Swazis, very welcoming people and the numerous craft markets of the Ezulwini Valley. Cross one of the largest wildlife Park in the continent.
We offer you the Fisterra Epilogue from Santiago de Compostela to Muxia.
This trip is a quick pass through historical sights of Cairo, . It covers most of the amazing sites Egypt.
Enjoy a great adventure in an exceptional setting: the Orinoco Delta, the world's second largest delta with its 25,000 square kilometers of rivers, canals, mangroves and dense forests. This immense aquatic labyrinth is the territory of the Waraos or "people of the canoes" who live houses on stilts. It offers a unique ecosystem that makes it an ideal refuge for many species of animals and plants. In the midst of this lush green setting, time seems to be suspended. Hours, minutes, seconds no longer have the same weight ...
During your stay you will crisscross the Delta by motorized canoe and your guide will make you discover the secrets and riches of this immense estuary and the way of life of the Waraos.
We offer you the last 100 km of the French Way, from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela on foot. If you want to spend an unforgettable week doing the Camino de Santiago, to finally get the Compostela, this is your chance to do it.
While Bhutan is one of the smallest countries in the world, its cultural diversity and richness are profound.
As such, strong emphasis is laid on the promotion and preservation of its unique culture. By protecting and nurturing Bhutan’s living culture it is believed that it will help guard the sovereignty of the nation.
Explore what truly sets Bhutan apart from anywhere else and discover one of the most remote kingdoms on earth.
Bhutan is seemly a great destination to do day hikes that takes you up and close to many hill-top villages, remote valleys, monasteries, retreat centres. The trails that lead to these destinations are sometimes a small path on the ridge of terraces rice fields. In some case it’s paved with wild flowers during spring. During winter, the walk may trigger the sound emanated by stirring dry shedded deciduous leaves, breaking the silence.
This amazing Eighth Wonder of the World, has been functioning as rice paddy terraces for the Igorot tribes living in the rugged North. These steps were carved out of mountains in prehistoric times using sheer brawn. With their fierce culture, even now the Igorots tend to the terraces and perform ancient rituals linked to the cosmic force that inspired their farming ancestors to build this sustainable technology—a truly original feat of engineering.
We offer you the Portuguese Way from Tui to Santiago de Compostela. Passing though the provinces of Pontevedra and A Coruña, we are facing a path with few landscapes and beautiful landscapes of the Galician coast. It should be noted that it is the second mos chosen option by the French Way.
This is the English way that departs from Ferrol and goes through the beautiful province of A Coruña to finally get yo Santiago.
From pristine beaches and backwaters to extensive stretches of tea and spice plantations and rolling hills, Kerala is a land of diverse natural beauty. It is dotted with waterfalls, fresh springs and forests with opportunities to spot rare birds and wildlife. It is also ingrained with Hindu temples and Christian churches dating back to hundreds of years along with cultural dance, martial arts and age-old Ayurveda treatments.
We offer you the last 200 km of the French Way, from Ponferrada to Santiago de Compostela by bicycle. Here you have the opportunity to explore both the Galician and Castilian areas, and to discover some of its most emblematic municipalities.
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