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These itineraries cover routes and places that are particularly popular with our guests and are designed to inspire. Every single trip we create is tailor-made and highly personalised to meet your specific requirements.
Sydney, Reef and Rainforest
- Stumble through Sydney, the diverse Daintree rainforest the pristine sands and magnificent underworld on the reef.
- From 14 nights at £30,000 per family based on 4 persons including accommodation and flights.
- Sydney, Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.
Thailand Family Adventure
- Zip Line through the canopy of the jungle, bathe with elephants in the river and then head to one of Southern Thailand's most untouched islands.
- From 12 nights at £4,000 per person including accommodation and flights.
- Chiang Mai & Koh Lanta
Malaria Free Family safari
- Luxury triple safari incorporating horse riding, hiking in the Waterberg, the big 5 & more at Madikwe. Each region offers unique experiences and incredible scenery to complement the gameviewing.
- 12 night Safari from £4,900 per person including flights, transfers and Accomodation
- 3 unique destinations, Waterberg, Marakele National Park and Madikwe
The Best of Laikipia and Samburu
- Explore Samburu for its incredible culture and spectacular surroundings. Head to Laikipia to explore its wildlife and scenery on foot.
- From 7 nights at £5,500 per person including accommodation and flights.
- Laikipia, Samburu, Matthew's Range
Family Highlights, North Island
- Sail, cycle and snorkel in the Bay of Islands. Embrace yourselves for the Thermals in Rotorua and fly fish at Poronui's World Class Hunting Lodge.
- From 14 nights at £6,000 per person including accommodation and flights.
- Bay Of Islands, Rotorua and Taharua Valley.
Family holiday in India
- Head to Jaisalmer, at the heart of an untrammelled wilderness, where leopards roam wild and free. Explore Jodhpur, the Mehrangarh Fort and enjoy the winding streets and shop vendors. End in Udaipur, exploring the old town and palaces by day and lake side settings by night.
- A 10-night stay, including a driver throughout and guiding, staying in 5* accommodation from £4,800 per person.
- Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Jawai
Ranthambore is a five hour drive from Agra and is the National Park which is perfectly placed to include in your itinerary, especially if tiger sightings are high on your bucket list. Ranthambore is exceptionally beautiful, with a historic fortress standing within the park. Tiger numbers have increased slowly since 1973 when it became a National Park, and some tigers are now being moved to other parks such as Sariska, in the hope these parks will once again breed a new tiger population. Just outside the park, Ranthambore is also home to some of India’s most luxurious safari lodges.
Queensland is an Australian state covering the continent’s northeast, with a coastline stretching nearly 7,000km.
Sossusvlei and NamibRand
Possibly the best known area of Namibia, famous for the enormous dunes of Sossusvlei, a great variety of activities and the wide open spaces and dramatic mountains of the NamibRand, possibly the country’s most beautiful area and with low volumes of tourists – even for Namibia.
Madikwe Game Reserve
Madikwe Game Reserve is an increasingly popular malaria free safari destination in South Africa. With it's huge variety of top class accommodation and large numbers of Big Five game, this Reserve has grown in popularity in the past five years with domestic and international travellers alike.
Laikipia and Samburu
The high plains of Laikipia sit under a majestic snow-capped Mount Kenya, and are made up of a patchwork of private reserves with superb family run safari lodges. This is regarded as one of Kenya's best safari regions with plentiful game and few visitors, an example of sustainable tourism at its best, and the location of some truly beautiful lodges. True Luxury Travel’s specialists often find ourselves drawn back to this area and if you were to ask about our favourite areas in Africa, Laikipia would be close to the top. Heading further north takes you into the Samburu and the heat of the desert, a land of winding sand-rivers and doom palms, flanked by the majestic Matthews Range and the Samburu’s spiritual mountain Ololokwe. Stumble upon huge bull elephants and big breeding herds heading for water and be astounded in the volume of life in such an arid part of the world, this is an excellent area for wild dog and leopard sightings.
The busiest area of Mauritius, the North Coast still retains a strong sense of identity through the hidden gems that remain untouched by development in the area. Situated here is Grand Baie, which has evolved from a sleepy fishing village into a thriving destination with a small town feel. Boasting some of the island’s best nightlife and restaurants, you can feel the bustling energy running throughout. For a little less hustle and bustle look no further than the discreet Rivière du Rempart region, home to isolated coves, luxurious spas and only a handful of high end resorts. It’s fairly easy to see why it’s become an increasingly popular choice for honeymooners and couples. The North Coast possesses many understated gems awaiting visitors who are willing to explore. Heading inland are swathes of sugar-cane fields known as Pamplemousses sloping gently towards the sea. Particular highlights here are the fantastic Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens and the enduringly popular L’Aventure du Sucre – a museum dedicated to Mauritius’ traditional colonial export. In a nutshell the North Coast has a little bit of everything that one looks for during their stay.
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