A Cruise To The Finest Destinations In Japan

Among the various quarters of Japan luxury tour enthusiasts, the land of the rising sun is usually associated with ultra high-tech cities and world-beating food to its grand temples and bamboo forests. It is mostly true as there is really is no other country like Japan.

With over 6,800 islands in its archipelago, a cruise is one of the best ways of seeing Japan with itineraries taking in multiple cities and ports. Setting the tone for the country’s great metropolises are the towering skyscrapers of Tokyo, criss-crossed by neon-lit backstreets, pedestrian crossings and wooden shanty bars. It’s also got the highest number of Michelin starred restaurants in the world, not least Sukiyabashi Jiro, a three-starred sushi restaurant located in an unpromising basement adjacent to Ginza Metro Station.  luxury tour

Then there are the bright lights of Osaka, the perfect foil for nearby Kyoto’s incredible density of shrines and temples, and the warm, traditional Japanese welcome of Fukuoka. Home to a 17th century Edo-period castle, the latter is famous for its rich and tasty, pork based Hakata ramen

Moving east, while Hiroshima’s history is painfully overshadowed by the events at the end of World War II, today its Peace Memorial Park and leafy boulevards are well worth a visit. Nagasaki, once similarly blighted, is also coming into its own as cobblestone streets reward travellers with evocative shrines, churches and temples, framed by a sweeping harbor and hilly landscape. Another rare show of art and artifact is the Koshibyo Shrine which distinguishes itself as the only Confucius shrine the Chinese built outside of their homeland.

However, head out of the cities and you’ll find perhaps Japan’s best-kept secret – its spectacular countryside. The main is bisected by the the Japanese Alps stretch from Tokyo until they fall dramatically into the Sea of Japan. Dotted with temples, tearooms and castles, they offer fantastic hikes, skiing and welcome respite in naturally occurring onsen hot springs. During the warmer climates, the coral reefs, cobalt-blue waters and sweeping beaches of cruise-favourite Okinawa Island give vives of the other Asian countries like Bali. The ships often pay a small visit at Shimizu where a shogun burial ground has fantastic views to the conical peak of Mount Fuji.

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When is the best time to go cruising to Japan?

Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) is the best time to visit Japan. Spring is when Japan’s famous cherry trees bloom. At the outset of March, the sakura zensen (cherry tree blossom line) advances northward, usually passing the main cities of Honshu and Hokkaido from early April. As the autumn foliage line reverses the advance of the cherry blossom, starting in the north in October and peaking across Honshu in early-to-mid November.

For a more profound and pronounced Luxury Travel in Japan, it is always advised to have the input and assistance of the luxury tour operators Gurgaon as they are the ones who can better plan your tourney without putting you in a spot of bother.

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3 Luxury Travel Camps Is South America That You Would Absolutely Love.

The idea of luxury adventure camping is a sweetly twisted one. As a complete walkover from the luxurious hotels, the travel camps in your luxury travel get you closer to the sheer beauty of nature in places with humble infrastructure. Rest assured you are denied of the world-class service in the most comfortable digs. The posh term “glamping” (short for glamorous camping) may not go down well with some people who do not wish the glorification of such cozy encounter amidst the nature. Despite the semantics, though, it’s undeniable that this upscale approach to sleeping under the stars offers you a chance to experience some of the most exotic and breathtaking places on the planet. Plus, you’ll end the day with a gourmet meal, a roaring campfire, and a cozy bed with a real mattress – all prepared in advance, just for you. Take a look:

  1. Galapagos Safari Camp– A trailblazer among South American luxury camping resorts, the Galapagos Safari Camp was designed in the style of an exclusive African safari lodge. Located in the highlands of the archipelago’s central island, Santa Cruz Island, the Safari Camp is a 130-acre farm that is home to an abundance of bird and plant species. In fact, it even has its own Giant tortoise reserve. Because of its location, perched on a ridge, the camp possesses a sensational view of the Pacific Ocean as well as vistas of the Galapagos’ western and northern islands. The camp provides nine luxurious tented cabanas and one 3-bedroom suite – making it great for families and small groups. Add to that the expert’s guidance which would show you around in the most adventurous wildlife excursions. From hiking, biking, snorkeling, kayaking, scuba diving and even surfing, these excursions allow you to experience as much of the islands as possible. However, the greatest thrill of a Galapagos Safari Camp trip is seeing wildlife roaming free and completely uninhibitedluxury travel
  2. Patagonia Camp, Torres del Paine, Chile- There are few destinations quite as scenic as Patagonia, with nothing around …save for mile upon mile of Coigue forests, rolling plains, the glittering Toro Lake and – watching over it all – the soaring granite peaks of the Torres del Paine mountains themselves. It’s no wonder that such a range of intriguing wildlife call this place home, from llamas and condors to pumas and foxes. This is why the park and surroundings are home to a handful of charming lodges. However, for the most intrepid travelers seeking to experience the wilds of Patagonia up close, Patagonia Camp is ideal.
  3. Treehouse Lodge in the Peruvian Amazon– Leave everyday life behind as you plunge into the Amazon rainforest with the help of Treehouse Lodge, situated within the lush canopy of the Peruvian Amazon. Located 60 miles from the city of Iquitos (itself reachable only by air or river), the lodge’s surrounding reserve is teeming with all sorts of birdlife, crocodiles, monkeys, sloths and armadillos. This means that, other than relaxing in treehouse luxury, you can spend your time discovering wildlife on daily wildlife safaris. In addition, you can cool off natural pools, go kayaking, practice yoga, go horseback or camel riding, and even catch (and release) Caiman crocs!luxury travel

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The Fun Things To Do In Lima

Move your obsession with Machu Picchu if you are planning on a luxury travels in Peru. Not that the historic site is a pushover for the globetrotters, it is just that your travel becomes unidirectional and denies you of discovering the Peruvian capital Lima. It has to be on the bucket lists and we can give you plenty of reasons to your question “Why”. By and large it’d be exploring the historic centre, paragliding high above the coast, feasting on Peruvian cuisine, dancing all night in a hidden bar. Find out more about the things to do in Lima.luxury travels

  1. A walking tour of Lima- It is not just Lima but almost all the major tourist location across the world which can be toured on foot. There’s no better way to get to know a city than by exploring it on your own two feet. It’s even better when you can do so with a local guide and a group of like-minded travelers. The real icing on the cake, though, is when the tour is totally free!  Joining a free walking tour is definitely one of the best things to do in Lima, and it’s the perfect place to begin your trip in the Peruvian capital.
  2. Plaza de Armas- Also known as the Plaza Mayor, this was the birthplace of Lima when the Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro founded the city in 1535. As per the order of King Charles I of Spain, the city was centred on a square-shaped plaza. The Plaza de Armas is surrounded by important historical and cultural landmarks, such as the Lima Cathedral and Government Palace. It’s a beautiful tree-lined plaza with a fountain in the middle and a great spot to relax for a while. The cathedral has a gorgeous exterior, but you’ll need to go inside to truly appreciate it. It’s free to enter to a certain point, but you’ll need 10 soles (about $3) to go further inside and see the museum full of religious art.Plaza Mayor
  3. San Cristobal Hill- The hill is revered as an apu – a mountain deity that protects the city. As they tended to do, the Spanish conquistadors imposed their beliefs on the indigenous people by planting a cross here. People still make offerings to the mountains, and a massive pilgrimage of Christians occurs here during Semana Santa. While you may be tempted to hike up the hill, that is ill-advised. This isn’t the safest part of Lima, so it’s not the best place to be walking around on your own. The best way to get up the hill is by catching the bus in the Plaza de Armas.
  4. Biking along the Malecon- Lima is known as the Garden City, and that’s thanks in large part to the beautiful, cliffside Malecon. It stretches for several kilometers high above the Pacific Ocean in Miraflores and contains several different parks. Taking a walk or riding a bike along the Malecon is easily one of the most fun things to do in Lima. The views of Lima’s Costa Verde (Green Coast) off to the side are incredible, and there’s a lot to see and do along the way. One of the highlights of strolling the Malecon is the Parque del Amor (Park of Love). Here you’ll find the huge sculpture called El Beso (The Kiss), which depicts the artist kissing his wife.

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A Soothing Tour of Tokyo’s Nezu Shrine

A Luxury Travel in Japan is like a lyrical ballad which keeps getting better with every line. Japan has vast and immensely pleasant riches in the form of colorful shrines, fascinating geisha districts and age-old Buddhist temples that stand witness to the country’s rich cultural heritage and ancient history. Add another leaf to the Tokyo’s Nezu Shrine, a small natural haven north of the city’s center. More secluded than the larger Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples in the capital, Nezu remains a wonderful off-the-radar spot for travelers seeking a bit of peace and quiet. Let’s find out more reasons to visit

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Perhaps the most photographed area of Nezu Shrine is the long tunnel of vermilion torii gates. It is under the sponsorship of the local businesses and citizens, these simple wooden arches stand as offerings to the Shinto gods that inhabit the world along with us mortals. The most famous display of torii is undoubtedly Fushimi Inari in Kyoto, and hence attracts the highest number of footfall. Nezu Shrine offers a less-traveled spot for admiring these striking arches free of crowds. So what you do not include Kyoto in your luxury travel itinerary Nezu Shrine is a worthy alternative for your picture perfect moments. In the heart of the complex lies the honden main shrine, an inviting edifice colored in vivid hues and glittering gold. Although damaged in the allied bombing raids of WW2, the honden was carefully restored after the war to its former grandeur. In fact, Nezu Shrine is the largest of the restored Edo period Shinto shrines in Tokyo. The honden’s bright appearance is sure to be one of the most memorable parts of your visit to Nezu Shrine.

The springtime flower festival is an event you simply cannot miss. After the last of the cherry blossoms have fallen, visitors to Nezu Shrine have little to be sad about. The shrine grounds contain thousands of azalea bushes that burst into color in late April and early May. Various shades of purples and pinks stand out beautifully in contrast to the long procession of torii gates that wind over the low hills on the shrine precincts. It’s this colorful festival that earned Nezu Shrine the moniker of “Tokyo’s Most Beautiful Shrine.” Nature lovers should consider a trip to Japan that begins in Tokyo right at the start of May. You’ll avoid the crunch of cherry blossom crowds and still be in time to catch the azaleas at Nezu.

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Lastly, the neighborhood is simply delightful. There are plenty of spots wherein one can pick the local snacks. One such example would be taiyaki red bean sweets, crispy senbei rice crackers, and even donuts shaped like cat tails.

Whether it is the searcher of beauty in your or the one looking for a calming visit. Or even an absolute foodie who is not averse to exotic tastes, Japan is the place to be. The Nezu Shrine is one of the many feathers in the already vibrant country of Japan which is yet to get the recognition from the zealous tourists usually visiting the West.

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Cordoba, Spain. Things To Do In Your Luxury Tour

Cordoba, the city in Southern Spain is an exception. We shall go far as saying that this city is most recommended for luxury travels. Situated in an idyllic riverfront location in the popular Andalusian region of Spain, Cordoba is decidedly picturesque and unassuming. Once the Spanish capital of a mighty Islamic caliphate, Cordoba today seamlessly blends its past lives to create a city in harmony with its past and the present. It is only obvious and most opportune to the below things in your trip to Codorba and explore more of this beguiling and charming city.

  1. A walk across the Roman Bridge of Codroba- Not only does the Puente Romano bridge connect one side of Cordoba with the other, it also keeps the city in touching distance of its past. Built on the command of the Roman Emperor Augustus, the bridge makes for an impressive sight of 16 consecutive arches spanning across the 820 feet of the Guadalquivir River. Nowadays the bridge is open to the pedestrians and is used by visitors who come to follow in the footsteps of the Romans and Moors who crossed the bridge to the old quarter or to the Mezquita.Roman Bridge of Codroba
  2. Visit the Mezquita- Located in the historic and spiritual heart of Cordoba, the Mezquita stands as a reminder of the city’s Moorish past and its zenith as one of the principal centres in the medieval world. Originally erected in the 8th Century to serve as a mosque for its Islamic inhabitants, it was reclaimed along with the rest of the city during a Christian conquest and repurposed as a Renaissance-style Cathedral, creating the unusual coupling of styles you now see. Today, its doors are open to visitors wishing to wander between the great buttresses and columns supporting the lustrously designed arches and bell tower above. The idyllic courtyard enjoys dappled shade provided by cypress and olive trees, while the gentle trickling water from the fountains provides a touch of serenity. Visitors can either choose to explore separately or as part of a tour group from 10am. Admission is free before 10am but afterwards prices are the minimal price of 8 Euros per person.
  3. The Alcazar Mountains- Located in the shadow of an Episcopal Palace and former abode of an ancient line of Christian Kings, the Alcazar Gardens are a popular attraction that never fails to delight those who take a stroll around it. Despite its obvious Christian connection, the roots of this garden delve back to the days of the Moors who are responsible for much of its typically Islamic and geometrically designed garden arrangements including ponds, fountains and selection of aromatic plants. After taking a leisurely walk around the grounds, visitors can climb the steps of the Torre de los Leones (or, Lions Tower) pitched at the end of the gardens which boasts spectacular views of the city and surrounding countryside.Alcazar Mountains
  4. Discover the Juderia- Cordoba is a city with many different faces, each with a distinctive character but perhaps none is as characterful as the Old Jewish Quarter or the Juderia. An atmospheric part of town, Cordoba’s Jewish Quarter consists of a labyrinth of picturesque narrow cobbled lanes, jewellery shops and family-owned silversmiths. Cordoba’s Jewish population have lived and even flourished, cohabiting alongside the Romans, Moors and Christians, establishing them as courtiers and members of the city’s medieval intellectual elite.

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Why Rely On A Tour Operator For A Safe Journey

Until a few years ago wondering why to rely on a tour operator before leaving for a trip made no sense. The Internet was still used for professional reasons or for pleasure, certainly not for organizing one’s holidays, an operation that today is instead among the most popular for various reasons. On the internet, flights are booked, hotels are chosen, and we think about what to see and what to leave, in short, we organize our journey, all in an instant.

Do it yourself, regardless of age, because it is quick and cheap, this is not a secret, but is it really so recommended to do luxury safari travel without the help of an expert? The answer, which might seem obvious, is no, especially if the chosen destination is not among the most conventional.

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Rely on the best tour operator should be an element that occupies the first place on the list of things to think about before leaving because the expert knows the place you are going to visit, so he will be able to give us really useful advice on what to do and the dangers to which we can go on the other hand (every destination has some areas to avoid, perhaps at specific times of day), it will take care of booking hotels and accommodations that we will propose and organize in detail what is most interesting to visit based on our needs, our tastes and the time available to us.

The fewer days we will be on vacation, the less things we can discover, which is why the help of a tour operator is precious for luxury beach travel in order not to miss attractions to be seen absolutely and which we would have missed out on.

You often resort to DIY for an economic issue, the simple search for savings that, going to make its own calculations well, is only apparent. The cost that you will save by doing everything on your own, taking care of hundreds of details to decide will be at the expense of our relaxation, which will be total if in our place will organize the expert who will not only surely be first in terms of time, but will be able to program everything with more functionality.

Among the details that may seem insignificant to us there is also that of the suitcase, what to bring with us to avoid filling it with useless clothes for the climate that will be found once they reach their destination. A tour operator will also help us in this, there will be no need, therefore, to do research on the web just before departure, having the opportunity to think only of the journey that will allow us to find what we are looking for.

We can abandon ourselves to relaxation and fun, to adventure and culture, as well as to good food, whatever our goal, leaving the mind free to add new experiences and cultures to our personal luggage. After all, a journey is, first of all, a precious discovery of everything that is not part of our world, of our everyday reality with which we relate and clash.

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Where To Spend A Honeymoon? Top 6 Paradise Places

After the wedding, many couples look forward to celebrating their honeymoon status. To help couples find the long-awaited vacation after the wedding, Welgrow examined the opinions of experts and thousands of travellers’ votes to determine the best places for a honeymoon. This rating offers a wide selection of locations suitable for different couples, from culture-oriented cities to relaxing tropical beaches.

Hawaii – Big Island

Why is it worth visiting the Big Island of Hawaii?

In Hawaii, the Big Island looks like a sometimes awkward big brother. Forgotten in favour of charming little siblings, her attributes are often clouded. Maui for fun and family. Oahu attracts surfers, party, and adventure lovers. Kauai for romance and luxury. And Big Island is just big.


Why is it worth to visit the Maldives?

You have already seen photographs of the Maldives: magnificent private villas suspended above the stunning blue waters, alabaster white sand beaches and breath-taking sunsets falling to the horizon. The picturesque beauty of the Maldives holiday destinations is something worth seeing, something that you cannot understand until you are there in person.

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Why visit Fiji?

With its turquoise waters, brilliant sands and luxurious resorts, Fiji is like many other tropical places. In addition, a set of 333 islands caters for all kinds of birds in love. In addition, adventure lovers such as surfers and divers appreciate the quality waves of the archipelago and coral reefs. Fijian customs will make you feel a million miles away: Have you ever tasted a dizzy drink from cava? Or watched as men challenge the fire and walk on burning stones without burning their feet? If not, then Fiji holiday destination is definitely for you!


Why is it worth visiting Santorini?

A huge eruption of a volcano around 1650 BC forced the center of what was then one island to explode and die in the sea. Some say it was the original home of the lost city of Atlantis, which had long disappeared into the depths of the ocean. All that remains of this mythological metropolis is now guarded by beautiful beaches and stately whitewashed houses. Today Santorini consists of two inhabited islands and several islets. Most visitors spend time on Thira (the largest island of the archipelago), where the large cities of Santorini live, including Fira and Oia.


Why is it worth visiting Bermuda?

A visit to Bermuda means there is a great chance that you will see men running around the capital of Hamilton, dressed in crisp and classy business shirts neatly tucked into casual casual shorts. Their “Bermuda shorts” fit well with the mysticism surrounding these lonely islands of the Atlantic – islands that hold on to British customs, elegance, and etiquette, but still, know how to release them under the subtropical sun.

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Why is it worth visiting Maui?

Maui is not as big as the Big Island, and not as small as Lanai, not as noisy as Oahuili is quiet, like Kauai, but it can offer impressive wildlife with intriguing stories and cultures. As a guest here, you can work out with professional hula dancers, play golf along the coastal fairways, snorkel with five species of sea turtles, or simply relax on some of Hawaii’s most famous beaches.

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Reasons To Go In Argentina

Ok, you want to go to South America. But why choose Argentina and not another country for your next trip? Here is to help you make your choice some good reasons to travel to luxury destinations in Argentina!

  1. Its area

With 2.8 million km², it is the eighth-largest country in the world. There are so many places to visit and landscapes completely different from each other to discover. Land of contrasts, Argentina boasts of bringing together the extremes in one and the same country. This amounts to making several trips in one in the end. We will certainly not have the same dress if we go to the subtropical region of north-eastern Argentina or if we will face the cold of Patagonia in the southern tip.

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  1. The Argentine accent

Even if the Argentineans claim that it is the original language, that they are the only ones who speak correctly all over Latin America (in all modesty of course), we must admit that it is weird the first time. In addition to having a different grammar and vocabulary, Argentineans have a particular pronunciation.

  1. The capital of culture

Buenos Aires is the epicenter of Latin American culture. Its cultural offer seems endless: you can go to festivals of all kinds, there is always a small free concert somewhere, you will meet musicians on every street corner, and its museums have an international scale. Many foreign artists perform in the capital.

  1. Its traditions

The Argentineans are proud of their traditions. Certainly, the history of gauchos and tango are a good marketing product and are part of those clichés that all tourists love, but it goes beyond that. There are many traditional festivals where many young people know the footsteps of folk dances. It is impossible not to notice this true passion that they have for the mate. They are constantly drinking straw, whether outside, in the office, during the evening. It would become almost scary!

  1. An incredible playground

Argentina offers you the opportunity to indulge in an incredibly diverse range of activities. If you are more like museums or you prefer adventure sports, if you are a nature lover or a city dweller if you like to party or you prefer the calm; luxury destinations Argentina can bring you everything you love!

  1. Its inhabitants

Argentines are very endearing. They are usually exuberant and like to talk loudly. Aside from the capital where people are always in a hurry (and so much less friendly), they are very friendly and love talking with strangers and sharing mate with them. It is very easy to kiss, and accolades are de rigueur between friends. The Argentineans always have an opinion on everything and love to discuss it for hours, raise their tone, get angry, and then laugh at it.

  1. Unforgettable sensations

In Argentina, you can listen to the roaring glaciers; you have the chance to see an orca or a whale from the beach, you can approach the most impressive waterfalls in the world in Iguazú and enjoy the calm of the Andean canyons and deserts. A wide panel level thrills.

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Fact And Myths About Millennial Travelers

Aha! The millennial generation! Born in between 1981 and 2001, it is one of a kind as far as the entire fabric of travelers is concerned. They are a young lot in all the luxury travels which likes to travel the maverick way. But it is the same reason for which they are labeled as self-centered, social media obsessed, obnoxious pricks! What if we tell you that there is more than it meets the eye? For us, as Luxury travel operators in Gurgaon know the major facts and myths about them. Read on to find out more.

  1. Millennial do not like to travel with random people- Getting to travel with friends and family or even choosing to go is one thing but going with random people is another. And traveling solo has just gone easy thanks to the Luxury travel operators in Gurgaon who are customizing their travel itinerary for such travelers. Traveling budget, a teething problem in such tour is also taken care of so the millennial travelers get to travel across the world without bounds. Even the youngest of the pack in a millennial tour is at ease since he/she knows that they are here to gather perspective from people who may not be of the same age but are definitely intertwined with the same interests.

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  1. Millennial are traveling to gain social media fame (and so do others) – This is neither a myth nor a fact but we would like to take a middle ground. It does turn out to be true in many surveys across the world that the first amenity which the millennial look for in hotel or other accommodation facility is uninterrupted WiFi service. And it is for obvious reason; to post photos in their best attire and shape in the backdrop of a tourist place or an historical architecture. But that is certainly not something which should be looked with disdain. Millennial are known to be social media influencers and some of them do have an envious number of followers in their social media handles. This creates the right channel for a two-way conversation instead of a one-way information dump, a fact that we immensely respect!
  2. Millennial are not irresponsible travelers- If they are irresponsible travelers, we wonder what category a traveler group would fall to when they travel in packs with annoyingly loud kids, a member who rushes to the buffet to bag more food than they could eat or simply a family who tries to steal hotel pleasantries that are prohibited. On the contrary, the millennial travelers have proven themselves as seekers of knowledge and better conversation makers since they are always out in the open to explore the deep roots of a culture. That is totally a different scenario when compare to a snobby family wanting transport vehicle to see places every mile or so!

To conclude, the very definition of travel is different to each person. More than the materialistic pleasures, it is a good idea to go with the flow of heart’s following and indulge in one thing you ache for. Just like the millennial do!

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Botswana, Land of Nature Lovers and Safaris

An imminent takeoff for Botswana, the pearl of Africa where nature is open to lovers curious to discover its treasures!

Tranquility and extraordinary natural beauty, these are two of the main attractions of this African country. Honeymoon destinations in Botswana combines adventure and relaxation; in a country that is divided into nine districts with landscapes all worth visiting and enjoying. Take note!

When visiting the North of Botswana, you can enjoy lovely walks through the Okavango Delta, photograph the incredible fauna of the area, contemplate the beauty of the cave paintings of the Tsodilo caves in Gcwihaba or simply enjoy bird watching or spectacular sunsets. The Kgalagadi Park is one of the second largest reserves in the world, an area of ​​wildlife conservation and biodiversity in which to enjoy an unforgettable driverless safari, to be an exceptional witness to the migration of the Makgadikgadi zebras and until observing the exceptional black-haired lion.

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What to see?

The Chobe National Park in north-west Botswana, a succession of contrasting landscapes: from marshes to lakes, from shoals to streams, from expanses of trees to savannahs. The protagonists are animals: warthogs, kudu, impala, zebras, wildebeest, elephants, lions, hyenas, cheetahs.


The Okavango Delta is one of a kind: a combination of desert and delta. Five main arms with a tangle of waterways, lakes, islands, and woodland, form what is called the “largest natural paradise in the world”. The waterways are the ideal habitat for a large number of plants and animals, which can be observed up close in a trip with the mokoro.

On the banks of the Okavango river, the Moremi reserve extends for three thousand kilometers. Flood plains, a blaze of vegetation, a nest for an incredible number of birds. If you are looking for strong emotions, you can sleep in a tent in reserve, accompanied by rangers.

The Gaborone Game Reserve, a nature reserve within which it is possible to observe various animal species: from antelopes to rhinos, from zebras to felines.

The south-central part of Botswana is occupied by the famous Kalahari Desert, consisting of an alternation of sandy expanses, grasslands and salty rocks, called “pans”. The last tribes of the Bushmen reside in the Central Kalahari Reserve.

KgalagadiTransfrontier Park, a protected natural area on the border between Botswana and South Africa, recently established (1999). It was born from the union of the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in the territory of South Africa (created in 1931) and the Gemsbok National Park (created in 1938) in the territory of Botswana.

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A safari in Botswana is one of the best choices to enjoy the pleasure of luxury destinations in Botswana, in a setting so majestic that it’s like being in the cradle of humanity. An exceptional wildlife lives in the Okavango Delta, our tailor-made safari in Botswana will allow you to observe these already legendary animals and live them with passion.

Lovers of Africa will find all the magic of the continent by staying in the most luxurious camps of Botswana, offered by Wilderness, our privileged partner, with which we open the doors of the most beautiful safaris in the world. Discover wild Africa, the Big Five and unforgettable scenery with the safari in Botswana.

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