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  • Guide to Malaysia & Borneo


    September 2, 2020

    Things to do in Malaysia range from meeting orang utans in the wilds of Borneo to enjoying delectable Malaysian food in bustling markets, under the shade of colonial buildings and towering high-rises. We have put together this page to guide you through the top Malaysian experiences, in both Borneo and peninsular Malaysia. Borneo Borneo is…

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  • Things to do in the Seychelles


    August 19, 2020

    Surprisingly, for a seemingly small island paradise, there are numerous things to do in the Seychelles. The Seychelles are world famous for their picture postcard beaches. There are over 65 beaches on the island of Mahé alone, where you can enjoy uncrowded white sands, framed by some of the oldest granite boulders on earth. Praslin…

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  • Things to do in Thailand


    August 19, 2020

    Thailand has a fascinating Buddhist culture with a number of beautiful temples and stunning, lush mountain scenery in the north, spectacular beaches and islands in the south, and energetic Bangkok and its surrounds in the centre. Bangkok and central Thailand Bangkok The capital is an exciting mix of beautiful ancient Buddhist temples, golden royal palaces,…

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  • Featured Small-group Tour


    July 24, 2020

    Explore our new collection of Spotlight Tours, a more focused way to explore the world’s lesser-known locales. 

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  • Gorilla trekking


    June 29, 2020

      Looking into the eyes of a mountain gorilla is often described as a life-changing experience. The gorillas are completely wild but have become used to seeing a few humans after years of habituation. Many of the expert guides have been involved in this process since the beginning and are able to explain the complicated…

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  • Sleep out under the stars


    June 29, 2020

    The five opulent suites at Sanctuary Baines’ Camp all offer en suite facilities, four-poster beds and traditional safari ceiling fans that create a cooling breeze at even the hottest times of the year. At night, soak under the night sky in your indulgent ‘star bath’ or ask for your bed to be wheeled out onto your private viewing…

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  • Star baths & sky beds


    June 29, 2020

                The five opulent suites at Sanctuary Baines’ Camp all offer en suite facilities, four-poster beds and traditional safari ceiling fans that create a cooling breeze at even the hottest times of the year. At night, soak under the night sky in your indulgent ‘star bath’ or ask for your…

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  • Walking safari


    June 29, 2020

    The South Luangwa is said to be the birthplace of the walking safari. Learn the many facets of the bush, from watching ants to spotting buffaloes and discovering bird’s nests. To add an extra thrill, guides will even deliberately track elephants, lions and leopards and make approaches on foot. The river valley itself and the open…

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  • Spot the Great Wildebeest Migration


    June 29, 2020

    The Great Wildebeest Migration is an enormous year-round movement of animals in which close to 2.5 million herbivores munch their way along an 800-km route around the greater Serengeti area of north-west Tanzania, occasionally dipping into the Maasai Mara area of south-west Kenya. The main body of the migration is formed by around 1.7 million…

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  • Things to do in Fiji


    June 25, 2020

    Things to do in Fiji Things to do in Fiji range from swimming in pristine reefs to unwinding on breathtaking beaches, exploring rainforests and waterfalls to being embraced by the truly welcoming local culture. Just a 3- to 4-hour flight from Australia or New Zealand, Fiji is perfect as a tropical stopover for a few…

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