• Three colourful old fishing boats
    Guyana Suriname and French Guiana Tours & Travel | March 2020

    Date:  16 March to 6 April 2020

    These three counties – Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana – sit on the Atlantic coastline of South America between Venezuela and Brazil. They are all highly multi cultural having fairly recent colonial pasts. With around 80% of the entire region forming part of the Amazon basin, each has a plethora of wildlife with giant anteater, giant otters, jaguars, caimans plus hundreds of other reptile and bird species commonly spotted! The rarest species of all in this region however, is the tourist!

  • Panorama of Moreno Glacier Argentina
    Argentina Tours & Travel | Private Tour

    Date:  To suit your group

    The Republic of Argentina is a large country – the world’s 9th largest – with a population of around 40 million people, mainly of Spanish and Italian decent.  The Spanish conquistadores arrived in the 16th century and virtually wiped out all of the indigenous people through violence, disease and disposition. Slaves from Africa were brought over in the 18th century mainly to work in the fields. The resulting culture is an eclectic mix of indigenous traditions, European influences and African rhythms including art, literature, dance and song.

  • Red macaw in Brazil
    Brazil Best Tours & Travel | Private tour

    Date:  To suit your group

    When we think of Brazil, we conjure images of happy, smiling faces, dancing and singing in the street, vibrant colours and a soccer ball on just about every street. Well, we can confirm, this is Brazil. Her best-known destination is Rio and Copacabana Beach with its beautiful bodies in skimpy swimming costumes. However, there is so much more to this diverse and culturally vibrant country. Brush up on your Portuguese and travel through a country with an amazing influence of cultures from local, indigenous peoples, slaves from Africa and Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese colonials.

  • Tropical plants by the river
    Guyana Suriname and French Guiana Tours & Travel | Private Tour

    Date:  To suit your group

    These three counties – Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana – sit on the Atlantic coastline of South America between Venezuela and Brazil. They are all highly multi cultural having fairly recent colonial pasts. With around 80% of the entire region forming part of the Amazon basin, each has a plethora of wildlife with giant anteater, giant otters, jaguars, caimans plus hundreds of other reptile and bird species commonly spotted!The rarest species of all in this region however, is the tourist!

  • See Prince William Sound our Alaska small group tours
    Alaska – Wilderness and Wildlife Tours & Travel | July 2019
    From $14,799

    Date:  1-16 July 2019

    Tour Alaska – the biggest state of the US is a nature-lover’s utopia. Ice-capped mountains, forests full of wildlife plus lakes and rivers full of fish. What’s not to love? You are almost guaranteed of seeing the bears.  Caribou, Moose and Bison are also fairly common. There are hundreds of bird species to be found also including the American Bald Eagle. Orca’s and various species of whales can also be spotted off the coast. If light trekking, log cabins and wilderness is your thing, this trip is for you.

  • Street view of old quarter on your Panama tours
    Panama Colombia Tours & Travel | April 2019
    From $13,790

    Date:  05 April to 27 April 2019

    Spanish colonial-style architecture, jungle wildlife and postcard perfect beaches combine to make Colombia and Panama some of South America’s most enticing travel destinations. Look out for pink river dolphins, caiman and anacondas on an Amazon River cruise, visit Indigenous communities and swim in the clear, turquoise waters of the Rosario Islands in Colombia’s Caribbean region. Then explore the Panama Canal by boat, stay in an eco lodge and visit chocolate and coffee plantations in Panama.

  • Tropical plants by the river
    Guyana Suriname and French Guiana Tours & Travel | March 2019
    From $11,980

    Date:  16 Mar to 6 April 2019 TOUR FULL

    These three counties – Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana – sit on the Atlantic coastline of South America between Venezuela and Brazil. They are all highly multicultural having fairly recent colonial pasts. With around 80% of the entire region forming part of the Amazon basin, each has a plethora of wildlife with giant anteaters, giant otters, jaguars, caimans plus hundreds of other reptile and bird species commonly spotted. The rarest species of all in this region however, is the tourist!