View the Books Wilds of Tasmania 2021 Cuba Revolutionary to EvolutionistCuba Ecuador Galapagos 2019 North Pacific PassageA truly unique journey that travels through a little known and seldom visited region Makutsi Safari SpringsMakutsi Safari Springs: Surrounded by nature and wildlife, mineral spring water and tranquillity, Makutsi shares with you a little African paradise where elephants, rhinos, lions, cheetahs, leopards and more can be spotted among the acacias and bushveld. Murals in the Rubble. ChristchurchMurals in the Rubble: Graffiti and street art in post-earthquake Christchurch, New Zealand. From messages of hope to astonishing beauty emerging from the rubble, the cityscape is transformed. 2018-Ice and Snow – Harbin ChinaIce and Snow: Held annually in Harbin NorthEast China, the festival showcases the vast winter wonderland of the biggest and most elaborate ice sculptures in the world. Papua New Guinea Visiting Papua New Guinea isn’t just memorable; it really is the trip of a lifetime. A land of thriving tribal cultures, smouldering volcanoes and vast swathes of pristine mountainous rainforest make Papua New Guinea (PNG) one of the worlds last great frontiers largely untouched by mass tourism. Its vibrant colours, tribal traditions and handicrafts, tropical birds and complex cultures add color to the land where time stands still. Japan Japan the “Land of the Rising Sun” is a country of great richness and diversity, with many different faces, traditions, cultures and experiences where the past meets the future. A land full of endless discoveries for you to uncover within these images. Persia – Along the Silk Road – Corridor The Black Sea Silk Road Corridor Iran’s ancient towns date back to the Silk Road era. Its elaborately tiled domed mosques that beam out the evocative call to prayer and modern cities where fashion-conscious youth rub shoulders with conservative elders. Armenia at the crossroads of Europe, western Asia and the Middle East, became the world’s first Christian country back in 301 AD, and developed its own alphabet barely 100 years later. Georgia is a country of contrasts and hospitality. Its collection of ancient cultures and traditions, as it tumbles from the tallest Georgia is a country of contrasts and hospitality. It is an unforgettable memory, a collection of ancient cultures and traditions, a diversity of landscapes and people, as it tumbles from the tallest mountains to a subtropical steppe. Georgia will remain in your memories forever! The Great Ocean Walk The Great Ocean Walk has deservedly become one of the Great Walks of Australia since it opened in 2006 The Great Ocean Walk showcases amazingly diverse scenery from the Cape Otway forests and lighthouse to rugged sea cliffs and remote beaches littered with shipwreck artefacts. The prolific wildlife and staggering variety of plants and trees will amaze you as you complete the journey at the famous Twelve Apostles. Myanmar Myanmar – a truly fascinating and unique destination filled with the spirituality of Buddhist beliefs and arguably some of the friendliest and most charming people on this planet. The true feeling one gets from visiting Myanmar is immortalised in the words of Rudyard Kipling..”This is Burma and it is unlike any land you know about” Letters from the East (1898) Kerala India Namaste WELCOME TO INDIA Fraser The Great Sandy Island Fraser Island is a heritage-listed island located along the southern coast of Queensland, Australia, approximately 200 kilometres north of Brisbane It’s rain-forests, eucalyptus woodland, mangrove forests, wallum and peat swamps, sand dunes and coastal heaths make it a wonderland of nature. Spirit of the DreamtimeSpirit of the Dreamtime: In the words of Yunupingu, ‘my land is mine because I came in spirit from that land”. A journey from Sydney through Central, the North West and Northern Territory visiting the lands of the dreamtime. Ocean to Ocean via the Panama Canal… To transit the Panama Canal is a life-time dream for many. Ocean to Ocean sails you through the Panama Canal twice on it’s journey from Fort Lauderdale to San Diego and back visiting excotic places such as Aruba, Huatulco, Cabo San Lucas, Cartagena, Puerto Caldera, and Antigua as you travel from Ocean to Ocean through the Panama Canal l An Arabian Encounter… Travel through Yemen, Syria and Jordan for an insight into religious and spice trade routes of the distant past. On the Arabian Encounter visit the souks, the Manhattan of the Desert, ride camels in Wadi Ruum, explore Petra, float in the Dead Sea, imagine the bustling Palmyra as you wander the ruins, visit Damascus one of the oldest inhabited cities of the world, walk the halls of the fortress, Krak de Chevalier. A Little Touch of Italy… Umbria and Tuscany and Roma to Milano, Through the photographic lens visit breathtaking Italy in the springtime. From the canals of Venice, the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio of Florence, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the hilltop towns of San Gimignano, Perugia, Sienna, Monterreggioni, the monasteries of Monte Olivetto and Assisi to the ruins of Rome and Pompeii then to the wonderful Cinque Terre and fashionable Milan. Ligurian Coast – Roma to Milano Through the photographic lens visit breathtaking Italy in the springtime. From the canals of Venice, the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio of Florence, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the hilltop towns of San Gimignano, Perugia, Sienna, Monterreggioni, the monasteries of Monte Olivetto and Assisi to the ruins of Rome and Pompeii then to the wonderful Cinque Terre and fashionable Milan. The Seductive Silk Road… Follow the Silk Road from Xian through western China to Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan to Moscow. HIMALAYAN EXPRESS Board the Himalayan Express from Xian to Llasho, the Potala Palace and other monasteries before journeying to Everest base camp to Kathmandu then on to the visit the Zhongs and Tigers Nest of Bhutan. The Trans-Siberian Railway… Travel the legendary Trans Mongolian and Trans Siberian railways from Beijing to Ulan Baatur to Irkutsk and Lake Baikal to the Cathedrals of Moscow to Hermitage and Winter Palace of St Petersburg.