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Newsletter – Revealing Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a small country of immense charm and impressive cultural heritage, where people are friendly and engaging, welcoming travellers with a ready smile. There has been a steady growth in tourism to Sri Lanka since the end of the civil war in 2009. Indeed, visitor numbers exceeded two million for the first time in […]


Newsletter: The Galapagos Revealed

The Galapagos Revealed There is nowhere on the planet quite like the Galapagos Islands, The Galapagos archipelago consists of six principal islands, twelve smaller islands and over 40 islets, with many  species of fish, plants and reptiles found nowhere else in the world. Indeed, many species have evolved into different forms on different islands, making […]


Explore Peru by 4WD – self-drive with guided lead vehicle

Explore Peru like never before in a self-drive 4 x 4 holiday We are delighted to offer an exciting new way to discover Peru: a 16-day 4 x 4  self-drive adventure to Southern Peru accompanied by your own expedition guide in a separate vehicle. This is a self-drive guided expedition through Peru’s desert, Andes and […]


St Helena Escorted Tour Nov 2018 – last few places remaining

Secure your place on an Expert-led Tour Revealing the Remote Beauty and Fascinating History of St Helena. Combine the wonders of South Africa’s Cape Town  with our  Expert-Led Tour to Saint Helena. Limited spaces available for our upcoming departures: 14th November 2018 – last few spaces available 30th January 2019 – sold out Following last year’s launch of […]


Belize Barrier Reef: no longer endangered

Belize Barrier Reef No Longer  Endangered As the largest coral reef system in the Northern Hemisphere, the Belize Barrier Reef has officially been removed from UNESCO’s list of endangered world heritage sites, declaring it no longer facing immediate danger. The 200-mile-long reef was initially put on the list due to concerns regarding excessive development, mangrove […]


World Oceans Day – 8 June

World Oceans Day – 8 June The concept of a ‘World Oceans Day’ was first proposed at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. The oceans have a major role in everyday life. They are the lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe. They are a major source of […]


Special Offers – May 2018

REVEALED TRAVEL OFFERS – MAY 2018 There are some fantastic special offers around at the moment with savings of up to 50% on some hotels, extra nights at no additional cost and wonderful savings for trips to the Galapagos Islands and on selected Antarctica itineraries for the 2019-20 season. Amongst the current offers, we would […]


Telegraph Travel Show: Come and see us at ExCel

We’re at the Telegraph Travel Show at ExCel this weekend and will be happy to discuss your holiday plans for 2018 and 2019. Whether it is diving in Belize, skiing in the Andes, exploring Inca sites in Peru, visiting floating markets, ancient temples and indigenous communities in South-East Asia, spotting ant-eaters in in Guyana,  walking on […]


Destinations 2018: Special Offers, Prize Draws, Advice and Expertise

Destinations 2018 Come and talk to us at Destinations 2018, the Holiday and Travel Show, at Olympia in London to discuss your holiday plans for 2018 and 2019. Whether it is skiing in the Andes, exploring Inca sites in Peru, visiting floating markets, ancient temples and indigenous communities in South-East Asia, bird-watching in Guyana,  diving in […]


St Helena – Secret of the South Atlantic

St Helena is one of the remotest islands on the planet, a tiny speck of land measuring ten miles by six and covering just 47 square miles in the South Atlantic Ocean. It is 1200 miles west of Africa and 1800 miles east of Brazil. For hundreds of years it was a stopping point for ships  and controlled by the East […]


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