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Galapagos Cruises: Legend: 4-Day Itinerary
Galapagos Cruises: Legend: 4-Day Itinerary

Cruising the Galapagos Islands is a very special and unique experience. As guests hike the island trails, they will admire blue footed boobies and giant tortoises in addition to other mysterious creatures like the armies of marine iguanas, flightless cormorants, equatorial penguins, and numerous other species that are endemic to this remote island paradise. The rich marine life is fascinating for those who enjoy snorkeling in a world as wonderful as the one above the water's surface, rich with colorful schools of fish, manta rays, sea turtles, hammer head sharks, whale sharks and magnificent reefs. Departures: Every Monday. Low and high season dates vary throughout the year.

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Galapagos Cruises: Legend: 8-Day Itinerary
Galapagos Cruises: Legend: 8-Day Itinerary

Cruising the Galapagos Islands is a very special and unique experience. As guests hike the island trails they will admire blue footed boobies and giant tortoises in addition to other mysterious creatures like the armies of marine iguanas, flightless cormorants, equatorial penguins, and numerous other species that are endemic to this remote island paradise. The rich marine life is fascinating for those who enjoy snorkeling in a world as wonderful as the one above the water's surface, rich with colorful schools of fish, manta rays, sea turtles, hammer head sharks, whale sharks and magnificent reefs. Departures: Monday or Thursday. Low and high season dates vary throughout the year.

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Galapagos Cruises: Eric, Flamingo I, Letty - Only for Women 2008
Galapagos Cruises: Eric, Flamingo I, Letty - Only for Women 2008

The M/Y Eric, Flamingo I, and Letty are three identical superior first-class 20-passenger motor-yachts, custom-designed for Galapagos excursions. Built in 1991 and refurbished every year, each yacht features ten outside facing double cabins. They are located on three separate decks with polished teak wood interiors, windows or portholes, fully air conditioned throughout, private bath facilities with fresh hot and cold water, private shower, hair dryers, toiletries, roomy closet and drawers, overhead storage, separate climate controls, ionizer (iguana and booby deck only), intercom system, life vests, bottled water and fresh towels. Public areas include a dining room, well-stocked bar and conference area, TV, DVD player, board games, library of books and DVDs. Picture windows surround the upper two decks and offer a spectacular panoramic view of the ocean and landscape. Enjoy sea breezes, sunshine, or stars on lounge chairs and recliners located on the sun deck and observation points. These trips are for women who enjoy traveling with other women. These trips will be guided by female naturalists. Dates Available : June 1-8, 2008 August 24 - 31, 2008

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Parco Botanico e San Salvatore
Parco Botanico e San Salvatore

In Carona is a Botanic Garden with different varieties of local and imported plants and wonderful paths on the hilltops with wonderful views. From here we walk to Ciona, have lunch there and then head, via a relatively short walk in the woods, to the top of Monte San Salvatore, the “Paõ de Azucar” of Lugano. Upon request, we will pick you up at your hotel in the morning and leave you there in the evening after we have guided you along the most impressive paths in our region.

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5 River Safari
5 River Safari

A unique collection of camps and lodges are combined on this incredible safari that explores the Upper Zambezi basin including Victoria Falls, Chobe, the Caprivi Strip, the Okavango Delta and Deception Valley in the heart of the Kalahari Desert. Western Zambia: The Zambezi River forms a drainage system that controls the future and fate of the other four rivers and their ecosystems. Livingstone will allow you access to the incredible array of adventures Victoria Falls has to offer beyond the majesty of the Falls themselves; river rafting, bungi jumping, jet boating, canoeing, river boarding, golf, sedate river cruising, fishing, flight of Angels over the Falls and so much more. The Chobe River is famous for delivering the best elephant and game viewing from a boat - in the world. Caprivi strip – Namibia: Your light aircraft lifts off the island runway at Impalila Island Lodge for a scenic transfer over the Zambezi flood plains and the Caprivi Strip of Namibia before landing near Susuwe Island Lodge, situated on the Kwando River. A scenic drive takes you to Lianshulu Lodge, situated on the eastern banks of the Kwando River in the Madumo National Park. Kwando/ Linyanti river system- Botswana: Here you have the choice of Lagoon or Lebala luxury tented camps where the emphasis is on intimate camps in private areas with personal service – vintage Africa. Okavango Delta – Botswana: The light aircraft pops out of the sky for the 30-minute transfer to Kwara camp in the heart of the permanent water of the Okavango Delta fed by the Okavango River. Right in the heart of the world famous Moremi Game Reserve the camp offers the full range of water based activities as well as excellent guided game drives. Kalahari Desert – Botswana: A short hop by charter from the Northern Delta is the Kalahari Desert. Here you will find and be enchanted by the experience at Deception Valley Lodge. You may wonder where the fifth river is – it is as deceiving as the valley itself. It is the long dried up Deception Valley River.

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Botswana Mobile Safaris
Botswana Mobile Safaris

There are three main types of Botswana mobile camping safaris. On all of them you have camp staff to do the 'dirty' work and make delicious meals, but the comfort of the accommodation varies extensively. At the lower end of the market we have adventure Safari camping. This is the only truly mobile camp in that it can be set up and taken down on a daily basis if required. Using this level of accommodation, clients sleep in two man igloo style tents that are large enough to sit up right inside. They offer plenty of space for two people with their bags and have sewn in groundsheets and fly sheets for shade and extra rain protection. Mattresses on the ground are used for comfort and bedding is provided. In the mid range we have Classic Safari Camping. These camps take the best part of a day to set up and so whilst you can move on a daily basis if you wished, we tend to recommend staying 3 nights or more in each location before moving. Private campsites are booked for this level of camping. The tents here are large, stand up tents with cot beds, a bedside table, a small verandah and space for the bags. Again, full bedding is provided so sleeping bags are not necessary. Toilets and showers are shared between the guests, we normally provide one shower and toilet tent for women and one for men but if a group is large more are provided. Finally we have the Luxury Safari Camping. These camps take at least two days to set up and so we use them in combination with small, private lodges. You would stay in a private campsite for three or four nights and then in a lodge for the next two while the camp is moved to the next location. The tents used for this level of camping are huge. Full size double beds can easily fit inside, along with bedside tables, luggage racks and wardrobes! These tents also have ensuite toilet, sink and shower facilities for total privacy.

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Duma Tau Safari Lodge
Duma Tau Safari Lodge

Duma Tau is a ten-roomed luxury tented camp, in the private 125 000 hectare Linyanti Wildlife Reserve which borders the western boundary of Chobe National Park in northern Botswana. The camp is built on raised boardwalks under a shady grove of mangosteen trees, overlooking a large hippo-filled lagoon on the Linyanti waterways. The source of the Savuti Channel is close to the camp and game drives along the Savuti are one of the highlights of the camp. The rooms are spacious, raised off the ground and under thatch with canvas walls - allowing guests to enjoy the night sounds of Africa from the comfort of their rooms. The bathroom facilities are en-suite, with hot and cold running water. Each room has an additional outside shower. There is a dining room, pub, lounge, plunge pool and a special guest toilet with a fantastic view. The region has all the habitat diversity to make it a haven for wildlife. Activities are diverse and allow guests time on the water, on land and occasionally on foot. Day and night game drives are conducted in open 4x4 vehicles along the Savuti Channel and the banks of the Linyanti River. There are many hides in the area where guests can enjoy wildlife viewing close up and away from a vehicle. One of the best hides is right at the source of the Savuti and many species of game and birdlife can usually be seen from this hide. The area is famous for its Elephant concentrations in our winter months and for the great game viewing all year. Huge herds of Elephant congregate in winter along the waterways and lagoons - and at the waterholes that are located along the Savuti Channel. During these dry months Sable and Roan traverse the flood plains. All the predators - Lion, Leopard, Cheetah and Wild Dog - feast on the prey species in the area, including Impala, Zebra, Giraffe, Wildebeest, Lechwe, Tsessebe and all the other plains game.

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Kings Pool Safari Lodge
Kings Pool Safari Lodge

Kings Pool Camp is located in the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, a private reserve in the Linyanti / Savuti Channel area in the northern part of Botswana, on the western boundary of Chobe National Park. The source of the Savuti Channel is within this private reserve. The camp overlooks the oxbow-shaped Kings Pool Lagoon and the Linyanti River to the north. Kings Pool Lagoon is most noted for its very large Elephant population, which can reach enormous densities during our winter months. There are good populations of Impala, Lechwe, Kudu, Zebra, Giraffe, Sable, Waterbuck, Buffalo and smaller plains antelope. The major predators such as Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Wild Dog and Hyaena are regularly sighted. The reed and papyrus swamps are ideal for numerous and diverse species of birds and are a magnet for game in the dry winter months. Accommodation is probably the most luxurious in all of Botswana. There are nine twin-bedded tented rooms under cool thatch, overlooking the hippo filled lagoon in front of the camp. Each of the new suites has its own large bedroom area, lounge, private plunge pool and a sala. Each en-suite bathroom has two showers, two hand basins and a separate flush toilet and outdoor shower. The main lounge, pub and dining room are under thatch, and there is a swimming pool built into the deck. Activities include game drives in open 4x4 vehicles, night drives, boat safaris (only when water levels permit) and occasionally guided walks. One of the highlights of Kings Pool is its two hides. At the western end of the camp is a thatched hide overlooking the Kings Pool Lagoon. Guests can enjoy productive siesta hours watching the animals coming down to drink at the lagoon in front of camp. The real highlight, though, is the underground hide located a kilometre or two inland from the camp. when guests sit in the hide, their eyelevel reaches just above water level. It's not unusual to have elephants feet and trunks almost within touching distance, while guests are safely inside the hide.

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Kwando Lebala Camp
Kwando Lebala Camp

Lebala means "wide open spaces" in Setswana and the scenery is dominated by vast plains with scattered palms and tree clumps backed by wooded savannas. This wild expanse is contrasted with the casual elegance and luxury of the camp itself. Lebala Camp is situated 30 kilometers to the south of Lagoon Camp and fronts onto the Linyanti Wetlands. Open grasslands scattered with Illala Palms stretch to the south and west of Lebala. The perennial and southernly flowing Kwando River disappears into the vast marshes before emerging as the Linyanti River, flowing in a north easterly direction. The eight spacious tents are unique and were designed by us specifically for this camp. Each one is built on a raised teak deck, laid out with maximum comfort and privacy in mind. The tents have an entrance foyer with a reading and writing area, en-suite bathrooms with Victorian clawfoot bathtubs, "his and hers" washbasins and flush toilets. Each secluded tent has its own sundeck, and is set back among the trees. The endless vistas from the large windows and decks across the vast plains, make Lebala one of the finest wilderness camps in Africa. The wetlands and flood plains around Lebala offer a wonderful variety of wildlife with excellent sightings of elephants, hippos, lechwes, zebras, giraffes, impalas, wildebeest, kudus, tsessebes, roans, sables, buffalos and the ever present predators: wild dogs, lions, cheetahs and hyenas. After dark, spotlights are switched on and the game drives expose our guests to nocturnal sightings of rare and elusive species such as leopards, Selous Mongooses, small spotted genets, and aardwolfs, to name a few. Mouth-watering meals are prepared by our chefs and served in the open-sided dining room. After dinner, there is a wonderful camp fire around which to sip a coffee or enjoy a nightcap. In the warmer months, feel free to take a refreshing swim in the Lebala pool! Lebala has a staff complement of 22 to cater to our guests. The camp balances understated elegance with untamed Africa to perfection.

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Kwando Lagoon Camp
Kwando Lagoon Camp

Lagoon Camp lies on the shady banks of the Kwando River among tall and ancient African Ebony and Marula trees, under the watchful gaze of the resident hippos. Lagoon Camp accommodates only 12 guests in 6 twin bedded luxury safari-style tents. Each tent looks out over the water and has private en-suite facilities, including 24 hour hot and cold running water, open-air showers, flush toilets and modern amenities. Morning and night game drives are conducted by our specialist guides and trackers in open safari vehicles. This area is home to huge herds of elephants and buffalo. The shady, treed environment of the camp hosts a great variety of birds and squirrels that visit daily. Families of hippos and elephants are regularly sighted from the tents. This contributes to the relaxed atmosphere that prevails at Lagoon. The predators are also well represented by lions, hyenas, leopards, cheetahs, and wild dogs. Among the great variety of antelope species found at Lagoon, the endangered Sable and Roan are often seen. Seasonally, large herds of elephant drink almost daily at the river bank in front of the camp, where the guests can view them clearly. The big herds attract big predators. The lions of Kwando are famous for their elephant, hippo, and buffalo kills. Playful spotted necked otters are commonly seen performing in the Lagoon right in front of the tents. Boat cruises along the Kwando River provide excellent opportunities for birding. We also offer specialist fly fishing and spinner fishing for Tiger fish and Bream. There is a guest pool in which to cool off during the hot months. Freshly prepared delicious meals are served in the thatched dining room overlooking the tranquil waters of the lagoon. Lagoon Camp is also the venue of our legendary Guides Training Courses which are held annually to train our guides and some limited numbers of paying guests. For the ultimate safari experience, book yourself onto one of these courses.

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