As a destination, Guyana prides itself in its Community-Led and Owned Tourism (CLOT). In this webinar, we are going to focus on some of the newer, more rustic, experiences that are currently being developed in Guyana. We will start with the Indigenous Community run village of Moraikobai. The quiet location provides guests with encounters of some of Guyana’s most renowned wildlife. The best part? A visit to the village can be done on a day trip from the capital city of Georgetown. Join us to find out more about why you should take a trip to Moraikobai on your next visit to Guyana!
When you trek Torres del Paine in Patagonia with Fantastico Sur, you have a choice of four different overnight options: refugios, cabins, camping sites or a comfy hotel, the only one located on the “W” circuit.
Only a good rest will allow you to fully enjoy the Eighth Wonder of the World. Spend the night and recover from the day’s activities with the option that suits you best.
Join us to find out more about the wide range of accommodations that Fantastico Sur has to offer you and choose your next home away from home!
Enjoy the freedom to explore Iceland’s gems at your own pace. Self driving Iceland is truly the ultimate way to travel around Iceland and allows you to explore Iceland at your own pace.
Self drive holidays in Iceland are ideal for the independent and adventurous traveller. In this presentation, we will give you a taste of the exciting highlights you can expect while driving in Iceland. The ideal self drive trip around Iceland’s famous Ring Road can be done in 7 days with many activities and excursion along the way. Please join us for this amazing journey!
Join EcoTraining’s lecture on early human history as they cover Southern Africa. Southern Africa embodies not only the spirit of wild Africa, but is a window into the world that gave birth to humanity itself. We are, after all, a product of the African landscape. The grasslands and mixed bushveld of the area are typical of the environment from which our earliest ancestors emerged some two-and-a- half million years ago.
Even in a well-known National park such as Kruger there is a long record of human occupation, stretching from the early Stone Age to the late Iron Age. To visit these areas is without a doubt a primal experience, an opportunity to open one’s senses and to tune into the deepest recesses of humanity’s collective memory; to remember that, once upon a time, long, long ago, this was our species’ birthplace.