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Sunrise from Grootbas Private Nature Reserve - garden route

South Africa is not all about big game sightings, it is really many worlds in one. Expect stunning coastlines, dramatic mountainscapes, and huge areas of untamed bushland plus world-class wine, friendly locals, and Cape Town, undeniably one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Trip duration: 10 nights

Great for: Couples, families, and groups

Trip style: Adventure, foodies, culture


  • Explore Cape Town from the back of a Harley Davidson.
  • Meet African penguins in a boulder-strewn coastal park.
  • Journey by rotating cable car and enjoy magnificent 360-degree views of the city and bay from the top of Table Mountain.
  • Spot the Big 5 - lion, leopard, elephant, Cape buffalo and rhino - during spectacular game drives in Mala Mala Main Camp, the oldest and most historical private game reserve in South Africa.
  • Come face-to-face with a Great White Shark from the safety of your cage. 
  • Board a luxury boat on a Marine Safari and head out to the ocean to spot the Marine Big 5: Southern Right Whales, Great White Sharks, Bottlenose Dolphins, Cape Fur Seals and African Penguins, as you soak up the exquisite natural scenery.
  • Spend the day drinking in the beauty scenery - and delicious wines - in the Cape Winelands region.
  • Enjoy a private sunset cruise around Table Bay and watch as a warm red glow spills onto the water and the sandstone folds of spectacular Table Mountain.

Kōtoku-in - Kamakura, Japan

From ancient temples to skyscrapers, Japan seamlessly fuses the historic with the futuristic. Experience the vibrant street life and 24/7 buzz of Tokyo; Soak up the ancient culture of Kyoto, the cultural heart of the country; Delve into the history of the Samurai in the ancient city of Kamakura.

Trip duration: 9 nights, 10 days

Great for: Couples, families, and solo travel

Trip style: Culture, foodie


  • Touch down in Tokyo and hit the bustling streets with a tour of the fascinating Tsukji Fish Market to sample the freshest sushi.
  • Head to Asakusa to view the Senso-ji, Tokyo’s oldest and most significant temple.
  • Tech lovers will enjoy a stop off at Akihabara, a major electronic, anime, games and otaku shopping district.
  • Indulge in Tokyo's secret food destinations: the depachika (food halls) on a food tour through the basements of Tokyo's major department stores.
  • Take a day trip to Kamakura, the seaside resort town just an hour south of Tokyo, which was once the political center of medieval Japan to stand in the shadow of the nearly 45 feet tall Great Buddha.
  • Hop on a legendary bullet train and make your way to serene Kyoto, the cultural heart of the country, and home to over 1600 temples.
  • Enjoy a traditional tea ceremony.
  • Explore the beautiful Gion district, where you may spot some geiko (Kyoto Geisha) or an apprentice maiko scuttling off for their morning lesson.
  • Don an authentic Ninja costume and handle a variety of distinctive Ninja weapons such as throwing stars and blowguns. 
  • Indulge your taste buds in one of dozens of Michelin starred restaurants throughout the country.

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