Nature lover's paradise - Madagascar has more species of endemic flora and fauna than any other places on earth. Most famous among them are the Lemurs. Learn more about these primates with Professor Jonah Ratsimbazafy, a leading primatologist.
This Namibia Fly-in Safari affords you the chance to experience this magnificent and memorable country in a very personal way. You will experience Namibia’s south by air with a bird’s eye view of the great sand sea and the desolate Skeleton Coast, including flying over shipwrecks, deserted mining camps and seal colonies.
Iran is the heart of the Perisan civilization – one of the most ancient & long lasting! Though it has been under Islamic influence for nearly 1,500 years, the true spirit of Persia still prevails in the Iranians’ daily life today. There are now 20 UNESCO sites in Iran and you will visit 7 of them on this trip.
For those who have been charmed first time, revisit Iran and take the road less travelled into the rarely visited Northwestern region of the country. Discover the step shape village of Palangan and enjoy the scenic mix of forest, mountain. Wonder at the volcanic rock houses of Kandovan. Sip tea with Azaris, Gilakis and Taleshis. Marvel at the longest roofed Bazaar in the world in Tabriz.
Iran is the heart of the Perisan civilization – one of the most ancient and long lasting! Though it has been under Islamic influence for nearly 1,500 years, the true spirit of Persia still prevails in the Iranians’ daily life today. There are now 20 UNESCO sites in Iran and you will visit 7 of them on this trip.
Hokkaido – the snow covered winter wonderland of Japan offers various winter activities. From amazing icebreaker cruise over the drift ice, snowshoeing, “floating” on drift ice in Shirekoto, smelt fishing and snow mobile on the frozen Lake Akan, to cheese making experience in Obihiro. Our tour brings you to an active and fun Winter Wonderland in Hokkaido.
The fabled and faraway lands of Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan beckons on this journey along the Silk Road Less Traveled. Ashgabat? The “City of Love” will undoubtedly find admirers for its weird and wonderful architecture in the curious and inaccessible Turkmen republic. The exotic Uzbek cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva may ring up images of timeless caravans, endless cups of steaming chai, iconic turquoise mosque domes dominating the skyline.