Cycle Tasmania takes you from Launceston to Hobart and features a great mix of highlights along the way. We spend two days cycling through rural villages and farms, before hitting the dazzling east coast. Arriving at the stunning Freycinet National Park we take a break from our bikes and hike into the National Park allowing […]
Sicily represents the crossroads of many cultures: Greek Arab and Phoenicians are just some of the peoples that have claimed her for their own. Sicily’s rich cultural history is matched only by her natural beauty. Silver olive groves and orange orchards are broken up by jagged cliffs, cut into the land by the world’s most famous volcanoes: […]
If you’re a Canoeist, this tour is a must! DAY 01 Arrive Manaus, where you will be met and taken on a guided/driven city tour. We will visit the famous Manaus Opera House, the Municipal Market, the Museum of Natural Sciences, and INPA (National Research Institute of Amazonas). At lunchtime we will board our riverboat […]
Invite yourself to the Touraine, at the very heart of the Loire Valley. Glide past shimmering white châteaux with equally alluring names: Chenonceau, Chambord, Chinon, Villandry, Amboise, Azay-le-Rideau. Then each night wrap yourself in elegance, staying in manoir houses, country estates and privately-owned châteaux. This is the stuff of fairy tales, and self-guided cycling takes […]
Celebrating the region’s wholesome fare, from coq au vin to tarte au citron. Burgundy, best known for its honest country cooking and world famous wines, is also the birthplace of many of the world’s greatest chefs. Francesco Ricchi, of Cesco, shows us all the rich and earthy cuisine Burgundy has to offer.
The many scenic glacial lakes sprinkled throughout this area, sometimes called the “Little Finland of Italy”, draw walkers and sightseers from around the world. Our tour combines walking along some of the smallest lakes in the locale with walks above the largest, and some say, the most beautiful lake in Italy, Lago di Garda.
With 300 days of sunshine per year, fertile soil, fragrant herbs, a fascinating history and unusual clear light Provence extends an invitation to our senses! France offers many special “Grande Randonnée” footpaths for gentle walking and we are fortunate to find some here in Provence.
Exmoor may be the smallest of England’s National Parks, but its marvellous diversity of landscape makes it the equal of any other part of the British Isles. Straddling both West Somerset and North Devon, Exmoor encompasses the best that the West Country has to offer.