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The Caucasus – Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan | May 2024

Europe

At the crossroads of Asia and Eastern Europe, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, the Caucasus is a unique travel destination. Few tourists visit this fascinating region but those who do are struck by its beauty, culture and history. On this trip, you’ll pass snow-capped mountains, glaciers and gorges, dine with local families, and explore rock-hewn villages, mosques, and UNESCO-listed monasteries. Now is the time to visit this fascinating region as it emerges as a destination for more adventurous travellers.

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Aurora Svalbard Arctic Expedition | June 2024

Arctic & Antarctic

Enjoy the best of Svalbard, a world of endless daylight. A land where polar bear sightings will delight, guillemot cries echo from the sea cliffs, and beluga whales rise from the sea. Explore tundra adorned with wildflowers and search for arctic fox, or discover historic camps of explorers and hunters. Push through pack ice to find walrus and bearded seals, or simply enjoy the breathtakingly beautiful Norwegian fjords.

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The Caucasus – Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan | June 2024

Europe

At the crossroads of Asia and Eastern Europe, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, the Caucasus is a unique travel destination. Few tourists visit this fascinating region but those who do are struck by its beauty, culture and history. On this trip, you’ll pass snow-capped mountains, glaciers and gorges, dine with local families, and explore rock-hewn villages, mosques, and UNESCO-listed monasteries. Now is the time to visit this fascinating region as it emerges as a destination for more adventurous travellers.

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Uganda in Depth | June 2024

Africa

Uganda offers the complete African wildlife experience with the added bonus of the gorillas. There are 10 national parks covering a significant percentage of the countryside. In the North East, you can spot big cats, savannah animals and an amazing variety of birdlife. Down the west side of the country, you’ll see a plethora of elephants, hippos, chimps and mountain gorillas. There are just 880 of these primates left in the wild and you are assured of seeing them in their natural habitat on this tour. Put simply, Uganda offers a wildlife experience second to none.

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Iceland in Depth | June 2024

Europe

Iceland's spectacular natural landscapes showcase the ancient geothermal forces that have been at work for thousands of years. Iceland is known for its volcanoes, glaciers, lava fields, waterfalls, and hot springs. The island's interior is a cold and uninhabitable combination of sand, mountains, and lava fields. From humble Nordic origins it has become one of Europe’s leading eco-paradises, boasting the largest national park in the European Union - Vatnajökull, where you’ll discover pristine streams full of salmon, glacier trails, five-gaited Icelandic horses, and bubbling pools of mud and sulphur.

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The Faroe Islands | July 2024

Arctic & Antarctic

The Faroe Islands are not on many Australians’ travel list. But they should be because they are a hidden treasure! Every village seems to be perched on the most picturesque bay overlooking the Atlantic. The houses are quaint. There are waterfalls at every turn. Salmon is abundant. While once a Norwegian asset, these fishing islands have been under Danish control/support since 1388. The official language of the Faroe Islands is Faroese, a Germanic language that descended from Old Norse.

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South Australia to Western Australia across the Nullarbor | July 2024

Australia & New Zealand

Crossing the mighty Nullabor is quite an experience. Vast and raw, the land of ‘no trees’ is home to limestone cave systems, sea cliffs, shifting sand dunes and pioneering history. The drive between Ceduna on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula and Norseman in Western Australia is around 13 hours, a distance of 1,200 kilometres, so we’ll factor in a few stops along the way. Between Caiguna and Balladonia and pass camels, emus, roos, tourists on bikes, and see dozens of mirages.

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Ilulissat, Greenland | July 2024

Arctic & Antarctic

The Nordic settler Eric the Red gave Greenland this misleading description of it being green in a bid to attract more settlers. However, it is far from green and is, in effect the world’s largest island, almost entirely covered in ice. These days it’s more about enjoyment - deep-sea fishing, whale-watching, Arctic cruising, dog-sledding, mountaineering, and bird-watching. The scenery could only be described as stunning, but words don’t do it justice.

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Western Australia to South Australia across the Nullarbor | August 2024

Australia & New Zealand

Crossing the mighty Nullabor is quite an experience. Vast and raw, the land of ‘no trees’ is home to limestone cave systems, sea cliffs, shifting sand dunes and pioneering history. The drive between Ceduna on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula and Norseman in Western Australia is around 13 hours, a distance of 1,200 kilometres, so we’ll factor in a few stops along the way. Between Caiguna and Balladonia and pass camels, emus, roos, tourists on bikes, and see dozens of mirages.

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Japan in Autumn | September 2024

Asia

Japan offers a unique mix of the modern and the traditional. From the hi-tech speed and efficiency of the bullet train, to the serenity of Kyoto’s zen gardens and temples, Japan is a treasure trove of unique experiences. The country, which is roughly the size of Germany consists of thousands of islands, of which Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku are the four largest. Japan’s rugged peaks, rocky coastlines, gorges, lakes, waterfalls and dense forests are stunning. This tour includes the best Japan has to offer, and follows a leisurely pace, beginning and ending in Tokyo.

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Japan’s Northern Honshu Tohoku Prefecture | September 2024

Asia

Japan has so many hidden treasures. With wonderfully preserved traditions, beautiful natural scenery, and cultural experiences it is simply a pleasure to visit. This trip takes you away from the busy, touristed sites to delve deeper into Japanese culture. We’ll visit onsen villages, learn about Samurai culture, hike in pristine forests and visit three UNESCO listed sites. For first time travellers to Japan, this is a wonderful introduction to a country that will keep drawing you back.

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Morocco in Detail | September 2024

Africa

A land of seemingly endless sand dunes, colourful mosaics and bustling souks filled with the fragrant aroma of spices and oils, Morocco is a traveller’s dream. Many people think Morocco is mostly desert, however there are fertile valleys, oasis gorges, vast cedar forests and much of the country is mountainous - the Atlas Range averages over 3,500m and the highest peaks are snow covered for much of the year. Stay at a luxury tented camp, watching the sun rise over the Sahara, see Sultan’s tombs and explore traditional villages, forts and ancient walled cities.

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The Caucasus – Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan | May 2024

Europe

At the crossroads of Asia and Eastern Europe, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, the Caucasus is a unique travel destination. Few tourists visit this fascinating region but those who do are struck by its beauty, culture and history. On this trip, you’ll pass snow-capped mountains, glaciers and gorges, dine with local families, and explore rock-hewn villages, mosques, and UNESCO-listed monasteries. Now is the time to visit this fascinating region as it emerges as a destination for more adventurous travellers.

DETAILS

Aurora Svalbard Arctic Expedition | June 2024

Arctic & Antarctic

Enjoy the best of Svalbard, a world of endless daylight. A land where polar bear sightings will delight, guillemot cries echo from the sea cliffs, and beluga whales rise from the sea. Explore tundra adorned with wildflowers and search for arctic fox, or discover historic camps of explorers and hunters. Push through pack ice to find walrus and bearded seals, or simply enjoy the breathtakingly beautiful Norwegian fjords.

DETAILS

The Caucasus – Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan | June 2024

Europe

At the crossroads of Asia and Eastern Europe, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, the Caucasus is a unique travel destination. Few tourists visit this fascinating region but those who do are struck by its beauty, culture and history. On this trip, you’ll pass snow-capped mountains, glaciers and gorges, dine with local families, and explore rock-hewn villages, mosques, and UNESCO-listed monasteries. Now is the time to visit this fascinating region as it emerges as a destination for more adventurous travellers.

DETAILS

Uganda in Depth | June 2024

Africa

Uganda offers the complete African wildlife experience with the added bonus of the gorillas. There are 10 national parks covering a significant percentage of the countryside. In the North East, you can spot big cats, savannah animals and an amazing variety of birdlife. Down the west side of the country, you’ll see a plethora of elephants, hippos, chimps and mountain gorillas. There are just 880 of these primates left in the wild and you are assured of seeing them in their natural habitat on this tour. Put simply, Uganda offers a wildlife experience second to none.

DETAILS

Iceland in Depth | June 2024

Europe

Iceland's spectacular natural landscapes showcase the ancient geothermal forces that have been at work for thousands of years. Iceland is known for its volcanoes, glaciers, lava fields, waterfalls, and hot springs. The island's interior is a cold and uninhabitable combination of sand, mountains, and lava fields. From humble Nordic origins it has become one of Europe’s leading eco-paradises, boasting the largest national park in the European Union - Vatnajökull, where you’ll discover pristine streams full of salmon, glacier trails, five-gaited Icelandic horses, and bubbling pools of mud and sulphur.

DETAILS

The Faroe Islands | July 2024

Arctic & Antarctic

The Faroe Islands are not on many Australians’ travel list. But they should be because they are a hidden treasure! Every village seems to be perched on the most picturesque bay overlooking the Atlantic. The houses are quaint. There are waterfalls at every turn. Salmon is abundant. While once a Norwegian asset, these fishing islands have been under Danish control/support since 1388. The official language of the Faroe Islands is Faroese, a Germanic language that descended from Old Norse.

DETAILS

South Australia to Western Australia across the Nullarbor | July 2024

Australia & New Zealand

Crossing the mighty Nullabor is quite an experience. Vast and raw, the land of ‘no trees’ is home to limestone cave systems, sea cliffs, shifting sand dunes and pioneering history. The drive between Ceduna on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula and Norseman in Western Australia is around 13 hours, a distance of 1,200 kilometres, so we’ll factor in a few stops along the way. Between Caiguna and Balladonia and pass camels, emus, roos, tourists on bikes, and see dozens of mirages.

DETAILS

Ilulissat, Greenland | July 2024

Arctic & Antarctic

The Nordic settler Eric the Red gave Greenland this misleading description of it being green in a bid to attract more settlers. However, it is far from green and is, in effect the world’s largest island, almost entirely covered in ice. These days it’s more about enjoyment - deep-sea fishing, whale-watching, Arctic cruising, dog-sledding, mountaineering, and bird-watching. The scenery could only be described as stunning, but words don’t do it justice.

DETAILS

Western Australia to South Australia across the Nullarbor | August 2024

Australia & New Zealand

Crossing the mighty Nullabor is quite an experience. Vast and raw, the land of ‘no trees’ is home to limestone cave systems, sea cliffs, shifting sand dunes and pioneering history. The drive between Ceduna on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula and Norseman in Western Australia is around 13 hours, a distance of 1,200 kilometres, so we’ll factor in a few stops along the way. Between Caiguna and Balladonia and pass camels, emus, roos, tourists on bikes, and see dozens of mirages.

DETAILS

Japan in Autumn | September 2024

Asia

Japan offers a unique mix of the modern and the traditional. From the hi-tech speed and efficiency of the bullet train, to the serenity of Kyoto’s zen gardens and temples, Japan is a treasure trove of unique experiences. The country, which is roughly the size of Germany consists of thousands of islands, of which Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku are the four largest. Japan’s rugged peaks, rocky coastlines, gorges, lakes, waterfalls and dense forests are stunning. This tour includes the best Japan has to offer, and follows a leisurely pace, beginning and ending in Tokyo.

DETAILS

Japan’s Northern Honshu Tohoku Prefecture | September 2024

Asia

Japan has so many hidden treasures. With wonderfully preserved traditions, beautiful natural scenery, and cultural experiences it is simply a pleasure to visit. This trip takes you away from the busy, touristed sites to delve deeper into Japanese culture. We’ll visit onsen villages, learn about Samurai culture, hike in pristine forests and visit three UNESCO listed sites. For first time travellers to Japan, this is a wonderful introduction to a country that will keep drawing you back.

DETAILS

Morocco in Detail | September 2024

Africa

A land of seemingly endless sand dunes, colourful mosaics and bustling souks filled with the fragrant aroma of spices and oils, Morocco is a traveller’s dream. Many people think Morocco is mostly desert, however there are fertile valleys, oasis gorges, vast cedar forests and much of the country is mountainous - the Atlas Range averages over 3,500m and the highest peaks are snow covered for much of the year. Stay at a luxury tented camp, watching the sun rise over the Sahara, see Sultan’s tombs and explore traditional villages, forts and ancient walled cities.

DETAILS