On the Go Tours

About On the Go Tours

One the Go Tours is a boutique tour provider offering high quality small group guided tours worldwide. Popular with those aged 25-45 but suitable for all age groups.

On the Go Tours Holiday Packages

Here is a selection of On the Go Tours deals from across their range. There are plenty more though so be sure to check them out for something that is what you're after.

  • See the best of Egypt

    Pharaohs Adventure With Teens, 6 Days

    from $999*

    • 6 day tour departing Cairo.
    • 3 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 2 nights accommodation onboard an overnight sleeper train.
    • Breakfast daily.
    • Touring of Cairo, Giza, Saqqara, Luxor and four days in Hurghada.
    • Escorted by an Egyptian tour leader/guide degree qualified in Egyptology.
    • All relevant transfer and transportation in private modern air-conditioned vehicles.
    • Airport arrival and departure transfer.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Cairo - Giza - Red Sea - Luxor

    This short and sweet tour of ancient Egypt is perfect for families travelling with teenagers, taking in the legendary Pyramids of Giza, the iconic Sphinx, vast Valley of the Kings and fascinating Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

    Day 1 Cairo
    Welcome to Egypt and the start of your family holiday Upon arrival in Cairo you will be met t the airport and transferred to your hotel for check-in. Spend the rest of the evening at your own leisure.

    Day 2 The Pyramids of Giza
    Home to one of the world's first great civilizations, Egypt is brimming with ancient wonders and today we will discover some of its most impressive. Our first stop will be at the Giza Plateau where sits the legendary pyramids and iconic sphinx figure. Marvel at these incredible architectural feats that even to this day puzzle archaeologists, plus why not opt for a camel ride to make the experience truly unforgettable. Leaving the pyramids behind us, we will travel on to the necropolis of Saqqara, brimming with sand strewn temples, ancient tombs and the site of Zhoser's step pyramid. Later this evening we will make our way to the train station for our overnight journey to Luxor by sleeper train.

    Day 3 Luxor
    Upon arrival in Luxor we will transfer to the hotel for check-in. Considered to be one of the most important archaeological sites in the world, ancient Thebes - known today as Luxor, will be our base for the next two days. Today there is free time to kick back and relax and later in the evening there will be an optional excursion to the Temple of Luxor. Already impressive during day light, the temple takes on a magically glow after dark as it becomes illuminated by a thousand coloured lights (book and pay locally). Spend the rest of the evening at your own leisure.

    Day 4 Valley of the Kings
    This morning we will cross over to the West Bank of the Nile, home to the famed Valley of the Kings, a vast and ancient necropolis which marks the burial place of pharaohs from the New Kingdom period. First stop will be at the Colossi of Memnon, a towering pair of statues that are all that remain of temple of Amenophis III. Touring will continue in the Valley of the Kings and on to the Valley of the Queens, the site of the imposing colonnaded temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Crossing back over to East Bank we will return to our hotel for some free time before heading to Karnak. More than a temple, Karnak is a spectacular complex of sanctuaries, pylons and obelisks built on a grand scale. During the height of Theban power, Karnak was the most important place of worship. Later this evening we will return to Cairo by overnight sleeper train.

    Day 5 Egyptian Museum
    Upon our morning arrival in Cairo we will transfer to the hotel for check-in. After some time to freshen up we will head to the famous Egyptian Museum for a guided tour. Arguably one of the capital city's main attractions, this fascinating museum contains the most extensive collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts in the world, including the stunning gold funerary mark of King Tutankhamen. Those with a stronger stomach can also opt to see the eerie Royal Mummy room, where nine mummified bodies of ancient royals can be seen on display. The remainder of the afternoon is free for you to do any last minute shopping or sightseeing.

    Day 6 Cairo
    Sunday. Our tour comes to an end after breakfast and hotel check-out. A departure transfer will take you to the airport for your onward travel.

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  • See the best of Morocco

    Morocco With Teens, 8 Days

    from $1,259*

    • 8 day tour departing Marrakech.
    • 6 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 1 night accommodation camping.
    • 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners.
    • Todra Gorge walk.
    • Guided tour of Marrakech.
    • Specialist local guides at some sites.
    • Entrance fees to all included sites.
    • Escorted by and English speaking tour leader All transportation and transfers in private 4x4 or mini van/touring vehicle.
    • All road taxes and tolls.
    • Arrival transfer from Marrakech Airport.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Marrakech - Dades Gorge - Todra Gorge - Ouarzazate - Ait Benhaddou

    Experience the magic of Morocco on an exciting adventure for families with teens, taking in the atmosphere of Marrakech and its buzzing medina, hiking through spectacular Todra Gorge, camel trekking into the Sahara and sleeping under the stars, and exploring Ait Benhaddou - the backdrop of many famous films.

    Day 1 Marrakech
    Saturday. Welcome to Morocco and the start of your family holiday Upon arrival at Marrakech Airport transfer to your hotel for check-in. Later this evening is a welcome meeting at the hotel, where you'll meet the rest of your group and guide. Spend the rest of the evening at your own leisure - if time permits why not take in the buzzing atmosphere of the main square, Djemaa el Fna.

    Day 2 Dades Gorge
    Marrakech - Dades Gorge. Today we will make our way through striking landscapes to Dades Gorge, an awe-inspiring valley which stretches from the High Atlas Mountains to the Jebel Sarhro range in the south. Spanning some 2090 kilometres across Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, the Atlas Mountains are an impressive sight to behold and can lay claim to the highest peak in northern Africa, Mount Toubkal. On our way to Dades Gorge we will pass medieval kasbahs - built by the original inhabitants of northern Africa, the Berbers, and stop at a vantage point where we can take in spectacular views of snow-capped peaks while enjoying a cup of sweet minted tea.

    Day 3 Todra Gorge
    We will spend the morning at Dades Gorge where there will be an array of fun activities on offer. Opt for some family bonding time with a leisurely walk, hike to a local villages, go and explore the verdant foothills or spend this time at leisure simply enjoying the surrounds. After a hearty lunch we will continue on to Todra Gorge, perhaps one of the most dramatic sights in all of Morocco. Created millions of years ago, this striking gorge snakes its way through the rugged mountain range with narrow canyon passes with sheer and smooth rock walls reaching up to 160 metres in height in some areas. This rose red gorge can easily be explored by foot, and on occasion there will also be the opportunity to partake in an afternoon session of rock climbing or in summer, horse riding (book and pay locally). With incredible scenery and a constant stream of locals passing through, herding camels or selling their ways, this is the perfect place to stop for a while. Later in the afternoon we will visit the village co-operative where hundreds of handmade Berber rugs, kilims and carpets are on offer for those looking to purchase any authentic souvenirs.

    Day 4 Camel trek into the Sahara
    This morning we will cross the mountainous landscapes of Jebel Sarhro, before stopping for lunch and a swim. After we will travel down to the Erg Chebbi sand dunes, the starting point of our adventure into the mighty Sahara Desert. Travelling by camel we will make our way across the dunes, passing wave upon wave of orange dunes that roll out into the distance, creating endless patterns of light and shade creating the most spectacular panoramic views. Arriving at our simple Berber camp, we will enjoy dinner and a night under the stars.

    Day 5 Ouarzazate
    After a spectacular sunrise over the desert, we will make our way back to our frontier post where there will be time to freshen up before continuing on our adventure. Our next stop will be the verdant Draa Valley, brimming with natural, historical and archaeological wonders. En route we will pass through many small villages, where a lack of modernity makes it appear as if time has stood still. Women are fully veiled while washing their clothes on the riverbanks and the watchful men seem distant, unaccustomed to foreign visitors. Following the route of 1000 Kasbahs we will continue our journey on to Ouarzazate. Sitting at an altitude of 1160 metres in the middle of a barren plateau, Ouarzazate lies at the cross roads of all routes going north, south, east, and west, making it a key trading post in both ancient and modern times. Today, the area is mostly populated by Berber people, who were constructors of the numerous fortified kasbahs and dwellings for which the region is famous. After hotel check-in enjoy free time for the remainder of the day - consider some much needed rest and relaxation by the pool.

    Day 6 Ait Benhaddou
    This morning there will be the chance to opt for a quad biking excursion, or to visit a famous film studio that produced classic movies such as Lawrence of Arabia, Alexander the Great and The Last Temptation of Christ. Later we will make our way to the nearby fortified city of Ait Benhaddou - built for defence purposes high on a hill with a bubbling steam within it shadows, this stunningly well preserved medieval city is a true highlight of our tour. Famously used as a backdrop in the film 'Gladiator', its beauty is unrivalled by any other fortified village in south Morocco. We will make our way back to Marrakech for the evening.

    Day 7 Djemaa el Fna
    Today is your chance to really get a feel for Marrakech. In the morning a guided tour will take us around the old part of the city. Within the rose-coloured walls of the medina and through a tangle of winding streets and bustling souks, we will arrive at the focal point of the city - Djemaa el Fna, an exuberant gathering and market place. Full of colour, spicy aromas and traders it is best seen in the evening when overflowing with food stalls, dancers, acrobats, fortune tellers, musicians and henna artists. Towering over all this is the iconic Koutoubia mosque, the tallest building in the city and a reminder of the importance of Islam to the lives of the city's residents. Spend the afternoon at leisure, pamper the family at the local hammam or further explore the city independently.

    Day 8 Marrakech
    Our touring arrangements come to an end after breakfast and hotel check-out. Spend the morning relaxing or picking up some last minute souvenirs.

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  • See the best of Egypt

    Egypt Unplugged With Teens, 11 Days

    from $1,499*

    • 11 day tour departing Cairo.
    • 9 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 1 night accommodation onboard an overnight sleeper train.
    • Breakfast daily.
    • Touring of Cairo, Giza, Saqqara, Luxor and four days in Hurghada.
    • Escorted by an Egyptian tour leader/guide degree qualified in Egyptology.
    • All relevant transfer and transportation in private modern air-conditioned vehicles.
    • Airport arrival and departure transfer.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Cairo - Giza - Red Sea - Luxor

    See the best of ancient Egypt on this timeless tour for families with teens. Marvel at the legendary Pyramids of Giza, explore temples and tombs in the Valley of the Kings, before heading to the beautiful Red Sea coast for a few days of rest and relaxation by the beach in Hurghada.

    Day 1 Cairo
    Welcome to Egypt and the start of your family holiday Upon arrival in Cairo you will be met t the airport and transferred to your hotel for check-in. Spend the rest of the evening at your own leisure.

    Day 2 Pyramids of Giza
    Home to one of the world's first great civilizations, Egypt is brimming with ancient wonders and today we will discover some of its most impressive. Our first stop will be at the Giza Plateau where sits the legendary pyramids and iconic sphinx figure. Marvel at these incredible architectural feats that even to this day puzzle archaeologists, plus why not opt for a camel ride to make the experience truly unforgettable. Leaving the pyramids behind us, we will travel on to the necropolis of Saqqara, brimming with sand strewn temples, ancient tombs and the site of Zhoser's step pyramid. Later this evening we will make our way to the train station for our overnight journey to Luxor by sleeper train.

    Day 3 Ancient Thebes
    Upon arrival in Luxor we will transfer to the hotel for check-in. Considered to be one of the most important archaeological sites in the world, ancient Thebes - known today as Luxor, will be our base for the next two days. Today there is free time to kick back and relax and later in the evening there will be an optional excursion to the Temple of Luxor. Already impressive during day light, the temple takes on a magically glow after dark as it becomes illuminated by a thousand coloured lights (book and pay locally). Spend the rest of the evening at your own leisure.

    Day 4 Valley of the Kings
    This morning we will cross over to the West Bank of the Nile, home to the famed Valley of the Kings, a vast and ancient necropolis which marks the burial place of pharaohs from the New Kingdom period. First stop will be at the Colossi of Memnon, a towering pair of statues that are all that remain of temple of Amenophis III. Touring will continue in the Valley of the Kings and on to the Valley of the Queens, the site of the imposing colonnaded temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Crossing back over to East Bank we will return to our hotel for some free time before heading to Karnak. More than a temple, Karnak is a spectacular complex of sanctuaries, pylons and obelisks built on a grand scale. During the height of Theban power, Karnak was the most important place of worship. Later this evening we will return to Cairo by overnight train.

    Day 5 Red Sea Riviera
    Departing today Luxor we will head east to Hurghada, part of the beautiful Red Sea Riviera for four days of beachside bliss.

    Day 6 - 8 Red Sea Relaxation
    Once a small fishing village, Hurghada is now one of the most popular Red Sea resorts attracting visitors with its superb diving and pristine beaches. The best reefs are found offshore and can be explored with boat trips to the uninhabited Giftun Islands or onboard the Sunbad Submarine. Hotels and expanded infrastructure provide holidaymakers with excellent aquatic facilities for sail boarding, yachting, deep-sea fishing, SCUBA diving and snorkeling. Just outside of the resort town is an ancient Roman quarry called Mons Porphyritis and Port Safarga - a famously windy place which is ideal for windsurfing. The next three days are free for you and your family to explore Hurghada or simply relax by the beach. On day 6 there will be an optional day trip to the Giftun Islands for swimming and snorkelling, which can be booked locally.

    Day 9 Back to Cairo
    After a leisurely breakfast we will depart Hurghada and head back to Cairo. The evening is at leisure so why not go out and visit the Khan el-Khalili bazaar - a hive of activity at night. This is a great place to pick up a few bargains or just sip some tea and people watch

    Day 10 Egyptian Museum
    After breakfast we will head to the famous Egyptian Museum for a guided tour. Arguably one of the capital city's main attractions, this fascinating museum contains the most extensive collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts in the world, including the stunning gold funerary mark of King Tutankhamen. Those with a stronger stomach can also opt to see the eerie Royal Mummy room, where nine mummified bodies of ancient royals can be seen on display. The remainder of the afternoon is free for you to do any last minute shopping or sightseeing.

    Day 11 Cairo
    Our tour comes to an end after breakfast and hotel check-out. A departure transfer will take you to the airport for your onward travel.

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  • Discover China

    China With Teens, 9 Days

    from $1,799*

    • 9 day tour departing Beijing.
    • 6 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 2 nights accommodation onboard sleeper trains.
    • 8 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 2 dinners.
    • Xi'an - bike ride on medieval City Wall.
    • Suzhou - historic Grand Canal cruise.
    • Touring of Beijing, Badaling, Xi'an, Shanghai and Suzhou.
    • Rickshaw ride through Beijing's' Hutongs.
    • Shanghai - Huangpu River cruise.
    • English speaking specialist guides at local sights.
    • All relevant transfers and transportation in private air-conditioned vehicles.
    • Airport arrival and departure transfers.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Beijing - The Great Wall - Xi'an - Shanghai - Suzhou

    Climb the legendary Great Wall in Badaling, explore the Forbidden City in Beijing, marvel at the subterranean army of Terracotta Warriors in Xi'An, cruise the picturesque waterways of Suzhou and get lost in the glimmering metropolis of Shanghai on a fun adventure for young and old.

    Day 1 Beijing
    Saturday. Welcome to China and the start of your holiday Upon arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for check-in. Spend the rest of the day at your own leisure exploring China's capital city. Vast squares, magnificent palaces and beautiful gardens are just some of the treasures still visible from the Beijing's imperial past, while down narrow alleyways one can find charming tea houses, traditional workshops, and quiet courtyards.

    Day 2 Forbidden City
    First thing this morning we will embark on a guided tour of the city centre, including the legendary Forbidden City, which stood as the residence of emperors and as the political powerhouse of the country for over half a millennia. Today it houses the Palace Museum and is the country's largest and best-preserved complex of ancient buildings, which we will get to explore. The red-roofed Gate of Heavenly Peace stands entrance to the Forbidden City just off of Tiananmen Square, a vast public space which is home to Chairman's Mao's Mausoleum and several historic monuments as well as being a fascinating place to people watch and snap a few pictures. In the afternoon we will enjoy a rickshaw ride through the Hutongs - or backstreets, of Beijing and in the evening we will witness a jaw-dropping Chinese acrobatic performance. Human pyramids, spinning plates, juggling hoops and swinging ropes are just some of the tricks you can expect to see here. Later we'll head to a local restaurant for a Welcome Dinner of Peking Duck.

    Day 3 The Great Wall
    Today we will drive north of Beijing to a section of the famous Great Wall in Badaling. Stretching some 20,000 kilometres from the east to the west of China across barren desert, lush grassland, and winding mountain peaks, this national icon is an awe-inspiring sight to behold. Spend our time here walking along a stretch of the wall, or simply admire the spectacular views of the valleys below from the towering height of the walls. This evening you can opt take a Beijing by Night city tour, where you'll get to see some of the city's famous monuments illuminated against the night sky and visit a bustling night market (booked and payable locally).

    Day 4 Summer Palace
    Enjoy some free time this morning to do some last minute shopping and sightseeing in Beijing. Why not opt for a stroll to a street market nearby the hotel and try some unusual local delicacies for breakfast Later we will pay a visit to the Emperor's Summer Palace situated on Kunming Lake and explore the Silk Alley Markets. From here we will drive past the 2008 Olympic Stadium and Aquatic centre before heading to the train station for our overnight journey to Xi'an (4 berth soft sleeper cabins).

    Day 5 Terracotta Warriors
    Upon arrival in Xi'an we will transfer to the hotel for check-in before heading off to see the legendary Terracotta Warriors. This subterranean army of thousands of warriors, horses and chariots remained undiscovered until 1974, when a group of farmers stumbled upon a treasure trove of ancient pottery while digging a well. While the size of the discovery is impressive in itself, what has truly astounded archaeologists is the minute detail and unique characteristics of each individual warrior, with no two faces alike.

    Day 6 Big Wild Goose Pagoda
    This morning is free for you and your family to spend at your own leisure further exploring Xi'An, or alternatively there is the option to book an excursion to see Pandas at the Shaanxi Rare Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Centre. With fewer than 1500 thought to be remaining in the wild, the giant panda is considered to be one of the most endangered species in the world and this wonderful centre has dedicated itself to ensuring the survival of the creatures through breeding, research and education. Later we will visit the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and take a fun bicycle ride around Xi'an's medieval city walls. We'll enjoy an early dinner this evening before heading to the train station for our overnight journey to Shanghai.

    Day 7 Sizzling Shanghai
    Arriving early in the morning we will be welcomed by a skyline filled with shimmering skyscrapers, gleaming shopping malls, luxurious hotels and thriving art centres in modern Shanghai. After check-in and breakfast at our hotel, we will take a tour of the many city sights including Yuyuan Garden, Jade Buddha Temple and The Bund - once the trading and commercial centre of Old Shanghai, before ending with a cruise on the Huangpu River.

    Day 8 Suzhou
    This morning we will take a high speed train journey to ancient Suzhou, an oriental Venice made up of canals and picturesque waterways which feed into a series of pretty UNESCO-listed gardens. Suzhou sits very close to the Grand Canal, where we will later enjoy a cruise, a tour the Humble Administrator's Garden and a visit a silk workshop before returning to Shanghai.

    Day 9 Shanghai
    Our tour will come to an end after breakfast and your onward departure transfer to the airport.

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  • See the best of Vietnam

    Vietnam With Teens, 10 Days

    from $1,899*

    • 10 day tour departing Hanoi.
    • One way economy class airfare from Danang to Saigon.
    • 7 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 1 night accommodation onboard a deluxe junk boat.
    • 1 night accommodation onboard an overnight sleeper train.
    • 9 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 1 dinner.
    • Bicycle ride to Tra Que village and cooking demonstration.
    • Halong Bay Junk boat cruise - swim, kayak, explore caves and floating villages.
    • Sampan and row boat journeys in the Mekong Delta.
    • Guided sightseeing - Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hue, Ho Ain, Mekong Delta and Saigon.
    • All relevant transfers and transportation in private air-conditioned vehicles.
    • Escorted by an English speaking Vietnamese tour guide.
    • Airport arrival and departure transfer.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Hanoi - Hoi An -Hue - Halong Bay - Ho Chi Minh City

    Perfect for travelling with teenagers, Vietnam offers the perfect combination of adventure and excitement for all the family. Explore the backstreets of Hanoi by cyclo, cruise through spectacular Halong Bay, experience rural life in Tra Que, get suited and booted in Hoi An and live the high life in Saigon.

    Day 1 Hanoi
    Saturday. Welcome to Hanoi and the start of your holiday Upon arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is free for you and your family to explore the city, with its picturesque tree-lined avenues, scenic lakes, ancient pagodas and bustling old town, all which are easily accessible by foot.

    Day 2 Junk boat cruising, Halong Bay
    Take a moment to picture in your mind some two thousand rugged karst islands dappled with lush vegetation seeming to float on top of pristine emerald coloured waters and you have the natural wonder that is Halong Bay. This morning a scenic drive will take us to this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site where we will enjoy a junk boat cruise. Based on traditional designs, these wonderful vessels combine oriental style with modern luxury. Soak up the panoramic views from the sundeck as the boat gently plies its course, opt for a swim in the divine waters or hop in a row boat for a visit to a floating village. Tonight, there's a Vietnamese cooking demonstration held on the sundeck before an impressive seafood dinner is served - delicious for even the pickiest of eaters.

    Day 3 Hidden grottoes, Halong Bay
    Wake up to the peaceful serenity of Halong Bay this morning, followed by a calming Tai Chi class on the sundeck or a traditional Vietnamese massage. After exploring a hidden grotto beneath towering cliffs, we will sail to the port for our journey back to Hanoi. Arriving back in the capital we will enjoy a cyclo (rickshaw) ride through the famous Old Quarter, made up of an complex maze of intertwining alleyways and backstreets lined with small houses, handicraft workshops and street food vendors, for a quintessential Vietnamese experience. Later its back to the hotel for some time to refresh and relax before heading to the trains station in the evening to board our overnight journey (4 berth sleeper cabin, basic standard) to Hue on the 'Reunification Express' railway line.

    Day 4 Imperial Hue
    Upon arrival in Hue we will set out on a guided sightseeing tour of this fascinating imperial city. Once the capital of the Nguyen emperors, the last ruling family of Vietnam, UNESCO-listed Hue is full of palaces, pagodas and temples. Two of the main highlights here are the Thien Mu Pagoda, home to the oldest monastery in the city, and the Citadel. Within the walls of the latter is the Imperial Purple Palace - an exact replica of the famed Forbidden City in Beijing, with impressive ramparts, formal moats and imperial palaces, some of which lay in ruin. Outside of the city we will visit the Royal Tombs of the erstwhile Nguyen kings, including the extravagant mausoleums of the two emperors Tu Duc and Khai Dinh. In the evening there will be the chance to opt for a peaceful long boat cruise along the Perfume River as the sun sets and the river banks become illuminated by the dark of nightfall.

    Day 5 Delightful Hoi An
    Today we will travel on to the laidback riverside town of Hoi An, travelling through the picturesque Hai Van Pass - nicknamed the Road of the Ocean Clouds, with beaches on one side and verdant hills on the other. We will break up our journey with a stop at China Beach, an expansive sandy beach made famous by the film 'Apocalypse Now'. Here there will be the chance to opt for a swim in its warm waters before continuing our journey south along the coast. Radiating age-old charm with grand colonial architecture, Hoi An is one of Vietnam's most delightful destinations. The Old Town, recognised as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an immaculately preserved example of an Asian trading port with covered bridges, pagodas, temples and merchant houses. The town's beguiling riverside setting adds to the overall picturesque appeal of Hoi An with women in conical hats rowing their wooden vessels downstream and the glow of red lanterns in the evenings reflected on the water's iridescent surface. A short walking tour will take us to a bygone era, with a visit to the Chua Ong Pagoda, Chinese Assembly Hall, a 200-year-old Tam Ky house, former merchants' homes and the 400 year-old Japanese Covered Bridge.

    Day 6 Village Life
    For a taste of provincial life, today we will take a bicycle ride out of Hoi An to Tra Que village, famed for its traditional farming practises and rural atmosphere. Here enjoy a hands-on day for all the family, tending to the fields and gardens, before taking a lesson in preparation of traditional Vietnamese cuisine. Later enjoy your culinary masterpiece while soaking up the clean air and country views

    Day 7 Hoi An
    Today is free for you to spend as you choose. You may wish to head to the beach for a day of relaxation or hit the town for some serious shopping - the streets of Hoi An are overflowing with tailor shops where you can get your own silk suit made exclusively Hoi An is also something of a culinary mecca with classy restaurants for those who prefer their food served to them and local cooking schools for those who enjoy getting their hands dirty. Alternatively, those seeking a little more culture or history can opt to visit My Son - one of Vietnam's holiest and most evocative Cham sites, or Quang Ngai - the site of the My Lai massacre memorial.

    Day 8 Cruising the Mekong
    An early morning flight will take us to Saigon today, where we will then continue on to the Mekong Delta by road. Known as the 'Rice bowl of Vietnam', the Mekong Delta is brimming with rice paddy fields, colourful fruit orchards, enchanting villages and bustling floating markets. Travelling by sampan from Vinh Long, we will cruise downstream through a maze of waterways, witnessing the activity of everyday life along the way. Passing colourful trading boats, house boats and children playing in the water, we will stop to visit some of the local cottage industries that produce popcorn, coco candies and paper along the way. Later we will enjoy lunch in a traditional wooden home on Dong Hoa Hiep Island.

    Day 9 Mekong & Saigon
    Can Tho - Saigon. This morning we will pay a visit to the colourful floating market of Cai Rang. Here vendors have their boats piled high with goods, from melons, pineapples and fresh greens, to sacks of rice and children's toys. Browse, barter and admire the hundreds of brightly coloured boats lining the banks here before continuing back to Saigon by road. Once called the 'Pearl of the Orient', old and new collide in this modern city as gleaming sky scrapers, glamorous restaurants and designer shops stand side-by-side with colonial era landmarks and post-war remnants. Here we will enjoy a walking tour of the city taking in some of Saigon's most famous landmarks, including the impressive red-brick Neo-Romanesque Notre Dame Cathedral, the central Post Office and the sobering War Remnants Museum. Spend the remainder of the evening at your own leisure - Saigon has plenty of fun to offer all ages

    Day 10 Saigon
    This morning is free for you to do some last minute shopping or sightseeing before your departure transfer to the airport in the afternoon. Why not opt for a relaxing foot massage, bargain for goods at Ben Thanh Market or visit the grand Independence Palace. Alternatively, those with a bit more time to spare can extend their stay and opt to join us on a day trip to Cu Chi Tunnels, where there will be the chance to explore a vast network of underground tunnels and hideouts that were used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. Learn about booby traps, climb through trap doors, or even test your skills with an AK 47 at the firing range

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  • Discover Thailand

    Thailand With Teens, 10 Days

    from $1,989*

    • 10 day tour departing Bangkok.
    • One way economy class airfare from Chiang Mai to Bangkok.
    • 9 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 9 breakfasts, 1 dinner.
    • Train ride over the River Kwai and visit to Hellfire Pass.
    • Longtail boat cruise on the canals of Bangkok and on the Kok River.
    • Horse-drawn cart ride in Lampang.
    • Excursion to the hill tribe villages around Chiang Rai.
    • Guided sightseeing - Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Sukhothai, Lampang and Chiang Rai.
    • Escorted by an English-speaking Thai tour guide.
    • All relevant transfers and transportation in private air-conditioned vehicles.
    • Airport arrival & departure transfer.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Kwai - Sukhothai - Lampang

    Take your teens to the Kingdom of Thailand and discover all that this beguiling country has to offer, from the buzzing streets of Bangkok and the ancient ruins of Sukhothai, to the gentle giants at the Elephant Conservation Centre in Chiang Mai and the colourful hill tribes of Chiang Rai.

    Day 1 Bangkok
    Saturday. Welcome to Bangkok and the start of your family holiday Upon arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for check-in. Our Welcome Meeting will take place later in the evening where you'll meet the rest of your group and guide.

    Day 2 Bangkok City Tour
    Straddling the Chao Phraya River, Thailand's bustling capital city is both chaotic and captivating, and today we will take in some of its most famous sites on a guided tour. In the morning we will visit the spiritual and religious heart of the city - the striking Grand Palace, before continuing on to the House of the Reclining Buddha, the Original Thai Massage School and the 24-hour Flower Market. Next we will hop onboard a longtail boats to explore the city's canals, lined with curious stilted houses and gleaming temples. Our boat will drop us off within walking distance of Khao San Road, a popular area for backpackers and hippies. The remainder of the day is free for you to further explore the area - check out some of the many restaurants, market stalls or tailors that line this buzzing stretch of road.

    Day 3 Kwai & Hellfire Pass
    This morning we will drive west of the capital to the small town of Kanchanaburi, famed for its spectacular natural beauty and the part it played in the Second World War. Here we will pay our respects at the Allied War Cemetery before continuing on to the infamous 'Bridge over the River Kwai', immortalised by the film of the same name. We will then board a train for a two hour journey that crosses the bridge before following the tracks to Nam Tok. Disembarking the train we will take a short drive to 'Hellfire Pass', where the POWs were forced to dig through the mountain often using only their bare hands. Later we will board a longtail boat which will take us to our accommodation for the night, a beautiful floating jungle raft. Surrounded by a hundred softly glowing lanterns, the sound of the tropical forest and cool flowing water we will enjoy dinner and a relaxing evening on the deck.

    Day 4 Sukhothai
    Today we will follow Thailand's lifeline - the Chao Phraya River, to Sukhothai, the country's first capital city dating back eight centuries. Upon arrival the remainder of the day will be free - why not relax by the hotel pool at or opt for a famous Thai massage.

    Day 5 Temples of Lampang
    This morning we will explore the UNESCO-listed Sukhothai Historical Park, with monuments dating back to the 13th century - Thailand's golden age, when arts, culture and trade flourished. Today the site contains the ruins of royal palaces, Buddhist Temples and the city gates, walls and moats of the ancient kingdom. Later we will proceed to the charming city of Lampang, known for its horse drawn carriages, shimmering Buddhist temples, and laid back vibe. A short drive from the city we will visit the exquisite Wat Phra That Lampang Luang Temple, surrounded by a picturesque landscape of rolling hills and rice fields. Back in the centre we will take a horse drawn cart around the Old Town, passing the old market, and pay a visit to the ancient Ban Sao Nak teakwood house, a classic example of Thai and Burmese architecture.

    Day 6 Elephant Conservation
    After breakfast we will head to the nearby Thailand Elephant Conservation Centre. Founded in 1993, the centre is home to more than 50 Asian elephants and has made a name for itself for its work in research and conservation. As well as an onsite hospital, the centre also operates a mobile clinic that treats elephants in need of help. Here we can watch elephants bathe in a nearby river, visit the calves at the nursery and enjoy an elephant back ride through jungle paths. Later we will continue to the provincial capital of Chiang Mai, Thailand's second city. Thanks to the prestigious Chiang Mai University the city has a young laid back vibe, and boasts an array of wats, temples, restaurants and markets and possesses an enviable location beneath the foothills of Northern Thailand - the perfect place to kick back for a few days. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure before visiting the bustling night market where you can sample freshly prepared local dishes.

    Day 7 Chiang Mai
    Today is free for you to do as you please, whether it's relaxing with the family by the pool, heading off for some independent exploration, or opting for any additional excursions on offer. Choose from the more relaxing options with spa treatments and massages, to the adrenaline-fuelled with canopy zip lines and rock climbing. No trip to Chiang Mai would be complete without trying a local cooking class and perfecting your very own Pad Thai

    Day 8 Kok River
    Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai. In the morning we will start our journey towards Chiang Rai, passing through spectacular karst scenery, verdant jungle and hillside farms en route. We will stop for lunch at Ta Thon before continuing our journey by water down the Kok River onboard a private long tail boat. Disembarking we will pay a visit to the unconventional Wat Rong Khun Buddhist temple and then proceed to Chiang Rai where we can browse the night market for souvenirs and tasty street food.

    Day 9 Hill Tribes
    Located in the highlands, the charming city of Chiang Rai is a great base for visiting local hill tribes. This morning we will visit a Karen village where we may encounter the famous Long Neck tribe, so known for the rings that the women wear to elongate their necks. Continuing to the border frontier town of Mae Sai, we may have the chance to cross briefly into Myanmar and enter the Burmese town of Tachilek (optional). At Chiang Saen we will visit a viewpoint that allows us see both Myanmar and Laos. From here we will take some time to visit the Opium Museum before returning to Chiang Mai to catch our flight back to Bangkok. On arrival in the city we will transfer to our hotel arriving late in the evening.

    Day 10 Bangkok
    Today our tour arrangements come to an end after breakfast and hotel check-in. A departure transfer will take you and your family to the airport for your onward travel. Of course you are most welcome to extend your stay in Bangkok, and if choosing to book post tour accommodation with us a departure transfer to the airport will be offered at the completion of your post tour accommodation arrangements.

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  • Explore Vietnam

    Vietnam With Teens, 10 Days

    from $2,079*

    • 10 day tour departing Hanoi.
    • One way economy class airfare from Danang to Saigon.
    • 7 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 1 night accommodation onboard a deluxe junk boat.
    • 1 night accommodation onboard an overnight sleeper train.
    • 9 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 1 dinner.
    • Bicycle ride to Tra Que village and cooking demonstration.
    • Halong Bay Junk boat cruise - swim, kayak, explore caves and floating villages.
    • Sampan and row boat journeys in the Mekong Delta.
    • Guided sightseeing - Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hue, Ho Ain, Mekong Delta and Saigon.
    • All relevant transfers and transportation in private air-conditioned vehicles.
    • Escorted by an English speaking Vietnamese tour guide.
    • Airport arrival and departure transfer.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Hanoi - Hoi An -Hue - Halong Bay - Ho Chi Minh City

    Perfect for travelling with teenagers, Vietnam offers the perfect combination of adventure and excitement for all the family. Explore the backstreets of Hanoi by cyclo, cruise through spectacular Halong Bay, experience rural life in Tra Que, get suited and booted in Hoi An and live the high life in Saigon.

    Day 1 Hanoi
    Saturday. Welcome to Hanoi and the start of your holiday Upon arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is free for you and your family to explore the city, with its picturesque tree-lined avenues, scenic lakes, ancient pagodas and bustling old town, all which are easily accessible by foot.

    Day 2 Junk boat cruising, Halong Bay
    Take a moment to picture in your mind some two thousand rugged karst islands dappled with lush vegetation seeming to float on top of pristine emerald coloured waters and you have the natural wonder that is Halong Bay. This morning a scenic drive will take us to this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site where we will enjoy a junk boat cruise. Based on traditional designs, these wonderful vessels combine oriental style with modern luxury. Soak up the panoramic views from the sundeck as the boat gently plies its course, opt for a swim in the divine waters or hop in a row boat for a visit to a floating village. Tonight, there's a Vietnamese cooking demonstration held on the sundeck before an impressive seafood dinner is served - delicious for even the pickiest of eaters.

    Day 3 Hidden grottoes, Halong Bay
    Wake up to the peaceful serenity of Halong Bay this morning, followed by a calming Tai Chi class on the sundeck or a traditional Vietnamese massage. After exploring a hidden grotto beneath towering cliffs, we will sail to the port for our journey back to Hanoi. Arriving back in the capital we will enjoy a cyclo (rickshaw) ride through the famous Old Quarter, made up of an complex maze of intertwining alleyways and backstreets lined with small houses, handicraft workshops and street food vendors, for a quintessential Vietnamese experience. Later its back to the hotel for some time to refresh and relax before heading to the trains station in the evening to board our overnight journey (4 berth sleeper cabin, basic standard) to Hue on the 'Reunification Express' railway line.

    Day 4 Imperial Hue
    Upon arrival in Hue we will set out on a guided sightseeing tour of this fascinating imperial city. Once the capital of the Nguyen emperors, the last ruling family of Vietnam, UNESCO-listed Hue is full of palaces, pagodas and temples. Two of the main highlights here are the Thien Mu Pagoda, home to the oldest monastery in the city, and the Citadel. Within the walls of the latter is the Imperial Purple Palace - an exact replica of the famed Forbidden City in Beijing, with impressive ramparts, formal moats and imperial palaces, some of which lay in ruin. Outside of the city we will visit the Royal Tombs of the erstwhile Nguyen kings, including the extravagant mausoleums of the two emperors Tu Duc and Khai Dinh. In the evening there will be the chance to opt for a peaceful long boat cruise along the Perfume River as the sun sets and the river banks become illuminated by the dark of nightfall.

    Day 5 Delightful Hoi An
    Today we will travel on to the laidback riverside town of Hoi An, travelling through the picturesque Hai Van Pass - nicknamed the Road of the Ocean Clouds, with beaches on one side and verdant hills on the other. We will break up our journey with a stop at China Beach, an expansive sandy beach made famous by the film 'Apocalypse Now'. Here there will be the chance to opt for a swim in its warm waters before continuing our journey south along the coast. Radiating age-old charm with grand colonial architecture, Hoi An is one of Vietnam's most delightful destinations. The Old Town, recognised as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an immaculately preserved example of an Asian trading port with covered bridges, pagodas, temples and merchant houses. The town's beguiling riverside setting adds to the overall picturesque appeal of Hoi An with women in conical hats rowing their wooden vessels downstream and the glow of red lanterns in the evenings reflected on the water's iridescent surface. A short walking tour will take us to a bygone era, with a visit to the Chua Ong Pagoda, Chinese Assembly Hall, a 200-year-old Tam Ky house, former merchants' homes and the 400 year-old Japanese Covered Bridge.

    Day 6 Village Life
    For a taste of provincial life, today we will take a bicycle ride out of Hoi An to Tra Que village, famed for its traditional farming practises and rural atmosphere. Here enjoy a hands-on day for all the family, tending to the fields and gardens, before taking a lesson in preparation of traditional Vietnamese cuisine. Later enjoy your culinary masterpiece while soaking up the clean air and country views

    Day 7 Hoi An
    Today is free for you to spend as you choose. You may wish to head to the beach for a day of relaxation or hit the town for some serious shopping - the streets of Hoi An are overflowing with tailor shops where you can get your own silk suit made exclusively Hoi An is also something of a culinary mecca with classy restaurants for those who prefer their food served to them and local cooking schools for those who enjoy getting their hands dirty. Alternatively, those seeking a little more culture or history can opt to visit My Son - one of Vietnam's holiest and most evocative Cham sites, or Quang Ngai - the site of the My Lai massacre memorial.

    Day 8 Cruising the Mekong
    An early morning flight will take us to Saigon today, where we will then continue on to the Mekong Delta by road. Known as the 'Rice bowl of Vietnam', the Mekong Delta is brimming with rice paddy fields, colourful fruit orchards, enchanting villages and bustling floating markets. Travelling by sampan from Vinh Long, we will cruise downstream through a maze of waterways, witnessing the activity of everyday life along the way. Passing colourful trading boats, house boats and children playing in the water, we will stop to visit some of the local cottage industries that produce popcorn, coco candies and paper along the way. Later we will enjoy lunch in a traditional wooden home on Dong Hoa Hiep Island.

    Day 9 Mekong & Saigon
    Can Tho - Saigon. This morning we will pay a visit to the colourful floating market of Cai Rang. Here vendors have their boats piled high with goods, from melons, pineapples and fresh greens, to sacks of rice and children's toys. Browse, barter and admire the hundreds of brightly coloured boats lining the banks here before continuing back to Saigon by road. Once called the 'Pearl of the Orient', old and new collide in this modern city as gleaming sky scrapers, glamorous restaurants and designer shops stand side-by-side with colonial era landmarks and post-war remnants. Here we will enjoy a walking tour of the city taking in some of Saigon's most famous landmarks, including the impressive red-brick Neo-Romanesque Notre Dame Cathedral, the central Post Office and the sobering War Remnants Museum. Spend the remainder of the evening at your own leisure - Saigon has plenty of fun to offer all ages

    Day 10 Saigon
    This morning is free for you to do some last minute shopping or sightseeing before your departure transfer to the airport in the afternoon. Why not opt for a relaxing foot massage, bargain for goods at Ben Thanh Market or visit the grand Independence Palace. Alternatively, those with a bit more time to spare can extend their stay and opt to join us on a day trip to Cu Chi Tunnels, where there will be the chance to explore a vast network of underground tunnels and hideouts that were used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. Learn about booby traps, climb through trap doors, or even test your skills with an AK 47 at the firing range

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  • Enjoy the spectacular wildlife and scenery of Borneo en route.

    Borneo & The Ranau Track, 8 Days

    from $2,939*

    • 8 day tour departing Sandakan.
    • 7 nights accommodation in standard lodges (3-star) and special class hotels.
    • 7 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 1 dinner.
    • River cruise in Bilit.
    • Guided trek of the Ranau Track.
    • Guided sightseeing to Sandakan, the Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary, Gomantong Caves, Bilit, Sandakan Ranau Death March, Kinabalu National Park, Kota Kinabalu, and Tanjung Aru beach.
    • White water rafting on the Klulu River in Kota Kinabalu.
    • Led by English speaking local tour guide.
    • All relevant transfers and transportation in a private air-conditioned vehicle.
    • All entrance fees to included sites.
    • Airport transfers on day 1 and day 8.
    • Maximum group size: 24 travellers.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Sandakan - Gomantong Caves - Kota Kinabalu - Bilit - Kinabalu National Parks

    Walk in the footsteps of the Australian and British Prisoners of War who were forced to trek through dense jungle on the infamous Sandakan Ranau Death March during the Second World War on this poignant Commemorative Tour.

    Day 1: Sandakan
    Welcome to Borneo Arrive at Sandakan Airport and included transfer to your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to explore the town on your own before your welcome briefing in the early evening. This is traditionally followed by a meal at a local restaurant (not included) so that you can meet your fellow travellers whilst sampling some of the traditional food of Sabah.

    Day 2: Sandakan Sightseeing
    Today we explore the town and surrounding area. Our first stop is at the St. Michael and All Angels Cathedral, one of the few stone buildings to be found anywhere in Sabah. Construction started over 120 years ago and took almost 30 years to complete with stone being brought in from as far away as Hong Kong. We continue to the somber Sandakan War Memorial, and learn of the hardships faced by the locals and POWs alike. We continue out of town to the Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary, a centre that works to rehabilitate orphaned Orang Utans before returning them to the wild. You get to walk on an elevated walkway through the jungle to see these apes in their natural environment, and the twice daily feeding programs are often a highlight. Whilst close contact with the animals is discouraged, some cannot contain their curiosity of humans so there is always a chance you could have a 'close encounter of the furry kind' We return to Sandakan in the late afternoon and the rest of the day and evening is free for you to relax or explore some more.

    Day 3: Bilit & Gomantong Caves
    We set off this morning to visit the Gomantong Caves where you may get to witness the cultural spectacle of skilled 'bird nest harvesters' as they climb rattan ladders and use bamboo poles to collect these highly valuable swifts nests. The cave complex is accessed via boardwalk and there is a great opportunity to spot crested serpent eagles, kingfishers, and Asian fairy bluebirds as well as bats and the nesting swifts. The immense caves are a spectacle in themselves with ceilings 90m above the floors providing perfect nesting areas. We continue to our hotel at Bilit, the Mynes Resort where you can relax in the afternoon before we take a cruise on the river in the early evening in search of Long Tail Macaques, Pig Tail Macaques, Borneo Gibbon and the Borneo Pygmy Elephant. There is also the chance to hear one of the noisiest primates in the world, the Proboscis Monkey. We return to the resort for dinner and to discuss the day's events over a cool drink.

    Day 4: Nalapak & the Death March
    Today we get to experience some of the wilderness and nature of the region on foot as we retrace a section of the infamous 'Sandakan Ranau Death March'. Our walk will take us about four hours, with stops along the way to learn about the history and flaura and fauna that we encounter. The POWs who set out on the forced march were not so lucky, with almost all perishing from illness or hunger long before they made it to Ranau. We continue to our hotel in Nalapak arriving in the late afternoon for some well earned rest.

    Day 5: Kundasang
    This morning we set off for the Kinabalu National Park, taking time to stop at the Kundasang War Memorial erected to remember the POWs who lost their lives in Borneo and the incredible bravery shown by many local people who tried to help them in their desperate situation. The Kinabalu National Park is the oldest in Malaysia, and is dominated by the immense Mt Kinabalu, the highest mountain in South East Asia. The afternoon is free for you to explore some of the park, enjoy the spa facilities in the hotel or to simply relax and admire the view of the mountains in the distance.

    Day 6: Kota Kinabalu
    Today we set out to explore the Kiulu River by raft and get to run exhilarating rapids with our expert raft guide. The rapids are fast and challenging, but ideally suited to those looking for their first taste of this unforgettable experience. It's an hours drive after this to our hotel in Kota Kinabalu where you have the rest of the afternoon free following check-in. The sunsets on Tanjung Aru beach, some 6 km from town are famous and the 2 km long sandy beach is ideal for relaxing and having an evening meal.

    Day 7: Kota Kinabalu
    Today is free for you to enjoy the town and the surrounding attractions at your leisure. Your guide will be able to advise you of what activities are available so that you can get the most from your time. From beachcombing and island exploring to a visit to the aquarium or bird sanctuary there is something for everyone. The city is also an ideal spot for you to pick up and last minute souvenirs before you head home.

    Day 8: Kota Kinabalu
    Today you are transferred to the airport for your onward flight home.

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  • Your own private plane and pilot guide for the entire trip, Sesriem - Namibia's gateway to the desert and dunes including Sossusvlei and Deadvlei, Swakopmund - colonial German inspired town where the desert meets the ocean, Walvis Bay - former British outpost and a chance to see seals hand fed and possibly spot some dolphins, Damaraland - rugged scenery and the famous bushman rock paintings of Twyfelfontein and the desert elephant, Etosha National Park - Namibia's largest national park - home to 4 of the Big 5

    Namibia Fly in Safari - 8 Days

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    • 7 nights accommmodation
      7 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 7 dinners
      Transportation in a private aircraft (C210) piloted by a professional pilot guide
      National Park entrance fees
      Guided tour of Sossusvlei and Walvis Bay Marine Cruise.

    • Etosha National Park Game Drives
      All transfers and transportation.

    • Fully escorted by your pilot guide.
    Day 1, Windhoek
    Upon arrival into Windhoek airport you will be met and transferred to your private aircraft. This plane is now solely yours for the next 8 days as your pilot flies you around some of Namibia's best sights. Your first flight takes you across the desert into Sesriem where you will spend your first night. This rest of the day is at leisure for you to relax by the pool and begin acclimatising to the Namibian weather.
    no breakfast, no lunch, 1 dinner included.
    Day 2, Sesriem
    This morning take a guided tour of Sossusvlei, quite possibly the most iconic area of Namibia due to its spectacular landscape. your knowledgable guide will show you the hidden treasures of the desert including Deadvlei and the Sesriem Canyon. This afternoon is at leisure for you to enjoy some optional activities or to just relax and enjoy your incredible surroundings.
    1 breakfast, no lunch, 1 dinner included.
    Day 3, Swakopmund
    After breakfast take a scenic flight over the orange desert towards Swakopmund - Namibia's adrenalin capital! You will head to the coast passing over the many diamond camps, the inhospitable rugged coastline containing a number of shipwrecks before flying over Sandwich Harbour.

    Swakopmund, on Namibia’s rugged Skeleton Coast is a popular coastal town with a distinct German feel, its beautiful colonial architecture, stands in stark contrast to the surrounding Namib Desert. As well as a pristine beach, Swakopmund has excellent restaurants, bars and shops, and has fast become the adventure capital of Namibia - quad biking, sky diving, deep sea fishing and dune boarding are just a few of the activities on offer.
    1 breakfast, no lunch, 1 dinner included.
    Day 4-5, Walvis Bay & Damaraland
    The morning of day 4 transfer to Walvis Bay in time for a fun filled Marine Cruise. Here you will go on open ski boats into the Walvis Bay harbour area, visit the oyster platforms and the seal colony at pelican point. Experience wild seals being hand fed and maybe have the opportunity to see dolphins as well. A light lunch with fresh oysters and sparkling wine is served before you return to the harbour. Later on, return to the aircraft for a scenic flight to Damaraland. The rest of the day and the whole of day 5 is spent exploring the Twyfelfontein area famous for it's incredible bushman paintings and a possible sighting of the ever elusive desert elephant.

    Damaraland is wild and rugged with incredible geological formations, towering mountains and the incredible Petrified Forest with its ancient uprooted blackened trees. Northern Damaraland is wonderful for game viewing, with its unique desert adapted black rhinos and elephants. In the south, iconic Gross Spitzkoppe and Brandberg mountains are home to a wealth of ancient rock art, although it is Twyfelfontein which has the most extensive and impressive rock art collection in Africa, with approximately 2500 Bushmen rock engravings and paintings dating back to 1000 AD.
    2 breakfast, 1 lunch, 2 dinner included.
    Day 6-7, Etosha N.P.
    On the morning of day 6 fly to a private game reserve that borders Etosha National Park where you will spend the next 2 days on game drives in Namibia's most famous park.

    Established in 1907, Etosha was Namibia’s first conservation area and it’s one of the world’s finest game parks, home to many rare and endangered species. The Etosha Pan dominates the park which is usually dry, but fills with water briefly in the summer months, attracting pelicans and flamingos in particular. Periannual springs attract a variety of game and birds throughout the year, including the endangered black rhino and the endemic black face impala. A San legend about the formation of the Etosha Pan tells of how a village was raided and everyone but the women slaughtered. One woman was so upset about the death of her family she cried until her tears formed a massive lake. When the lake dried up nothing was left apart from a huge white pan.

    In the evening the floodlit waterholes are always teeming with the park's diverse inhabitants from rhino and elephant to giraffe, oryx, springbok, warthog and zebra. You may even be lucky enough to catch sight of lions who sometimes come down to the waterholes to drink.
    2 breakfast, 2 lunch, 2 dinner included.
    Day 8, Windhoek
    Depending on your international flight time, enjoy a final morning game drive before your private flight to Windhoek International Airport where you bid goodbye to your guide.
    1 breakfast, no lunch, no dinner included.
  • Cairo - Pyramids and Sphinx at Giza Plateau, Necropolis of Saqqara, Dahab - Red Sea coast and top Dahab dive sites

    Certified Diver - 10 Days

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    • 8 nights - 3 star hotels - Cairo & Dahab
      1 night bus: Cairo - Dahab, 1 day bus: Dahab - Cairo)
      Tour of pyramids & Sphinx at Giza Plateau
      10 dives (2 dives per day), tanks, air and guide, appropriate transport to respective dive sites
      All transfers, including Cairo airport arrival and departure transfer and transport to dive sites.
    Day 1, Cairo
    Welcome to Egypt and the start of your holiday. Included transfer from Cairo airport, hotel check in.
    No meals included.
    Day 2, Dive the Red Sea
    This morning we venture to the Giza Plateau to explore the great pyramids and Sphinx in all their ancient glory. Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus are the sole survivors of the Seven Ancient Wonders. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon are long gone, but the enduring pyramids have been attracting and mesmerising the hungry eyes of travellers since ancient times. Cheops (Khufu) is the oldest and biggest. It stood 146.5m high when it was completed in 2600BC. After 46 centuries, its height has only reduced by 9m! For a real Arabian experience, consider haggling for a camel ride. This evening we transfer to the Cairo bus station for our overnight bus to Dahab.
    1 breakfast, no lunch, no dinner included.
    Day 3-8, Dahab
    Arrive Dahab, transfer to your hotel and check in. Later today we head down to our dive centre for introductions and to plan our week of diving. Diving in Dahab is essentially shore diving. With a few exceptions you’ll be driven by jeep to ‘gear up’ at water’s edge to start your dive. Dahab offers around 30 dive sites. Some of the very best are located just a few miles north of Dahab. Consider The Bells, Blue Hole and the Canyon.
    No meals included.
    Day 9, Dahab - Cairo
    Dahab - Cairo. Early this morning, bid farewell to Dahab and travel back to Cairo by public bus, arriving early this afternoon. Enjoy the remains of the day independently shopping and exploring Cairo.
    No meals included.
    Day 10, Cairo
    Hotel check out and included departure transfer to Cairo airport.
    1 breakfast, no lunch, no dinner included.

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