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A beautiful landscape awaits in Rajasthan! Unique and enchanting, the vast pastures, wild grasslands and imposing rock structures around Jawai, are both surreal and serene at the same time. Jawai Dam is the largest in Western Rajasthan and many birds and flamingos flock to the... Read more


Mirissa and Weligama are small towns located on the southern coastal tip of Sri Lanka, just 200 kms from the Equator. These towns, which are known for their fishing industry, are also home to the renowned stilt fishermen, who sit on a single pole in... Read more


Manaus is the gateway to the beauty and nature of the Brazilian Amazon. Known as the “Heart of the Amazon,” the city welcomes jungle explorers. Explore the stunning European architecture dating to the rubber boom of the late 19th century when Manaus became a major... Read more


Also locally known as Cidade Rosa (the Pink City) due to the bloom of its Ipê trees, Poconé is the main gateway into the Northern Pantanal. It’s the launching point for the Transpantaneira, a 150km stretch of dirt road linking Poconé to Porto Jofre –... Read more

Amazonas Cruise

An Amazonas Cruise takes you into the heart of the Amazon rainforest with unparalleled biodiversity. Go exploring in one of the world’s largest rainforests finding unmatched natural beauty. Read more


Cuiabá is the capital city of the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso and the gateway to the Pantanal. Read more

Pantanal North

Pantanal North is a stunning tropical wetland with an amazing variety of animals. This remote region is truly a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers. You will spend all of your time outside exploring the diverse natural beauty. With luck you will see such animals... Read more



Amazonas is the heart of the Amazon rainforest with unparalleled biodiversity. Discover one of the world’s largest rainforests finding unmatched natural beauty. When exploring along the many rivers and lakes that make up the jungle, you are sure to be amazed by the myriad of... Read more


Igen in Java is where you can explore a most magical yet natural landscape. At 2,300 meters, Igen boasts Indonesia’s largest volcanic crater, which just so happens to have a magical blue fire. This natural phenomenon is thought to have arisen from 300,000 years of... Read more


Malang in Java has been a favoured city for centuries. During its erstwhile colonial era, its former Dutch rulers appreciated Malang for its mild highland climate. However, today it is probably the fusion of colonial and Indonesian influenced architecture and culture that attracts visitors. Impressive... Read more


Borobudur is considered the garden of Java, due to its agricultural heritage and timeless fertile lands. Borobudur is most famed for its ancient 9th century Mahayana Buddhist temple, which is located on a hill between the twin volcanoes of Sundoro-Sumbing and Merbabu-Merapi, and next to... Read more


Solo (or Surakarta) in Java is at the epicenter of the famous island’s identity and traditions! Shying away from the desire to integrate into Westernised ways, the city has retained much of its original character. The seat of the former Javanese monarchy and King Pakubuwono... Read more

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