On its endless roads, between red dunes and dense fogs, the last Mad Max film has been filmed. The Skeleton Coast offers post-apocalyptic and inhospitable landscape that that you can not miss ... or you will regret it.
The Okavango River is born in Angola, and crosses the Caprivi strip, in Namibia, to end up overflowing and creating an extensive flooded plain, a delta, unable to overcome the Kalahari desert. Therefore, it is one of the few rivers that do not flow into the sea.
El Nido is a town located in the northwestern part of the island of Palawan, in the Philippines. It is the access point to the Bacuit archipelago, a group of amazingly beautiful islands with steep limestone limestone cliffs. Several of them will be part of our adventure.
The falls are your gateway to Africa. Your African experience begins or ends here. Enjoy the adventure and adrenaline activities offered by the surroundings of the falls: photographic boat safaris and a selection of activities where the adrenaline will make you forget that you are surrounded by wildlife.
The Whitsundays Islands are composed of almost a hundred wonderful islands right in the heart of the Great Australian Barrier Reef. The idyllic landscapes that can be enjoyed, its secret corners and its friendly coastal towns, make it one of the most rewarding experiences you can experience.
If you are a lover of nature, remote islands or diving... ¡Heron Island is your island! A coral cay with white sand, very famous for the species that visit it regularly in their migrations. Located in the south of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
The Virgin River has carved a spectacular ravine, called The Narrows, 26 kilometers long in the upper courses of Zion Canyon, in the US, and between 5 and 10 meters wide. Walking through The Narrows involves walking accross the Virgin River. It will be an unforgettable experience.
Can you imagine celebrating New Year's Eve under the stars in the middle of the African savannah? It will be a unique experience to enjoy with your loved ones. To complete the experience, enjoy safaris where you can see lions, cheetahs, elephants and many more wild animals.
Within the Namib desert in Namibia, there is the Sossusvlei area. This area is characterized by high sand dunes of intense pink and orange, which are among the highest dunes in the world. We will climb the tallest, nicknamed by the locals as the Big Daddy.
If you are passionate about volcanoes or looking for unique, safe and different experiences, a route through the most famous volcanoes of the island of Java, is certainly something to do sometime in life. Climbing the crest of these craters is an experience to live.
Resorts with all the unimaginable luxury, endless white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons and an impressive underwater world make Maldives the true paradise on earth. In the Maldives you can leave your stressful daily life behind and enjoy a unique natural environment.
It is not easy to see them. But if there is a place where the possibilities are high it is here. In Ranthambhore. Given the type of vegetation in the area, it is one of the best places to see tigers in India.
Do you know any place in the world where it’s like being inside a bullring, with 600m high walls, a 20km diameter and the Big 6 of Africa awaiting for you (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, rhinoceros and hippopotamus)?
Do you want to feel like Robinson Crusoe, but with all the luxuries at your fingertips? In Soneva Fushi it is possible. Leave your stressful daily life behind and enjoy a unique natural environment. Maldives is a rewarding destination for adventurers as well as for sophisticated epicureans.
If enjoying a sunny day by boat is already an experience in itself, doing it cruising the crystalline waters of Formentera is the icing on the cake. Discover the secrets during a short distance crossing between Ibiza and Formentera.
In Northwestern Namibia, near the oldest desert on the planet, in the Hoanib Valley, one of the very few Desert Elephant populations can be found. Survival is very difficult in this place as they must migrate hundreds of kilometers and even dig the ground in search of water.