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Our Africa brochure showcases our incredible collection of tailor-made journeys through this amazing continent. Journey through desert landscapes in Namibia, head off on safari to encounter elephants, giraffes and big cats in Kenya, explore the Ugandan jungle in search of mountain gorillas or drift through the peaceful delta in Botswana.
Get up close and personal with pandas in China; cruise the mighty Mekong; immerse yourself in the colourful spectacle that is India; or take an in-depth journey along the ancient Silk Road. All of these adventures and more are waiting for you.
All aboard! Small ships offer travellers BIG adventures. Cruising onboard a small vessel will allow you to discover places you wouldn't reach by road, venturing to pristine wildernesses, and further exploring remote inlets and islands by Zodiac, paddle board or kayak. Visiting very few busy commercial ports, these nimble ships are designed to navigate narrow waterways, rugged coasts, and small harbours.
Discover some of the most spectacular natural wonders in the world in North America, from unsurpassed wildlife viewing opportunities; vast, pristine wilderness and fascinating cultural diversity, Canada and Alaska are destinations which memories are made of.
Full of tailor-made, life-changing experiences to one of the world’s most exotic regions, South America. Whether your dream experience is coming face to face with a marine iguana in the Galapagos Islands, cruising the Amazon, exploring Machu Picchu, staying with locals in Lake Titicaca or discovering pristine Patagonia, we have the perfect journey.
Adventure World in partnership with National Geographic Traveller is delighted to bring to you our exclusive magazine which is packed with inspirational destination articles and iconic imagery that National Geographic is renowned for.
Hiking in Patagonia - Part 2
September 21, 2016
Wildlife on the Waves
September 08, 2016
Aurora Borealis - The Northern Lights in the Northwest Territories
August 17, 2016