Ecuador

Ecuador is a country straddling the equator on South America’s west coast. Its diverse landscape encompasses Amazon jungle, Andean highlands and the wildlife-rich Galápagos Islands. In the Andean foothills at an elevation of 2,850m, Quito, the capital, is...

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Canada

From Newfoundland and Labrador on the eastern seaboard to the Yukon in the west, Canada encompasses the second largest landmass in the world including the lakes. It is a country where you can lose yourself in the mountains, backwoods or wide open spaces,...

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United States Of America

The United States of America form the third largest country in the world. It comprises of 50 states, ranging from, in the north and west, Alaska, to Maine in the east and so down to Hawaii in the south. From Alabama to Wyoming, across 9 time zones, 5...

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Brazil

Brazil is the largest country in South America and shares borders with every country in this southern continent other than Chile and Ecuador. It is the fifth largest country in the world and the only Portuguese speaking country in the Americas. The...

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Belize

Belize is situated on the eastern Caribbean coast of the Central American land corridor, and is south west of Cuba. Mexico and Guatemala form its borders from the north east to the south. One of the most amazing sights in this Central American country must...

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Argentina

Argentina is to be found in the south of the Americas, facing east to the South Atlantic Ocean, and west with its back to Chile. To the north, it borders Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay. Argentina is best known for the Tango, the Pampas, beef, Gauchos, wine...

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Uruguay

Uruguay is a small, yet prosperous country found in the heart of South America sandwiched between Argentina and Brazil. Its capital city, Montevideo, one of South America’s most interesting capitals, was founded by the Spanish governor of Buenos Aires, in...

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Peru

Peru is to be found on the western flank of the South American landmass, facing the Southern Pacific Ocean, sandwiched between Chile and Ecuador, with Colombia, Brazil and Bolivia taking up its eastern borders. The weather varies from dry desert on the...

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Costa Rica

This diminutive nation measures barely 300miles (480km) north to south and 175miles (280km) at its widest point but, stands out as the jewel of South America. With sixty-five percent of its borders made up of coastline it draws parallels with a large...

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Nicaragua

Throughout most of the 20th century, Nicaragua’s history was marred by revolution, dictators and wars, not to mention devastating earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. For the past 25 years at least, however, there has been peace. Several decades of...

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Mexico

Mexico is a hugely diverse country with a lot to offer the traveller. Whether your interest lies in archeological sites of cultures such as the Olmeca, Azteca or Maya, captivating scenery or a pampered relaxing holiday on a beautiful beach, Mexico will not...

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Guatemala

Guatemala is a country in Central America bordered by Mexico, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador and a small piece of Caribbean coastline to the east. Guatemala is one of thos rare finds, with a mix of travel options to satisfy adventurers, culture seekers,...

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Chile

Situated in the South Pacific Ocean, this narrow strip of land just 109 miles wide clings onto the South American landmass. Its length is 2,700 miles and runs south from Arica in the north down to the fragmented coast at Punta Arenas. Chile is...

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Ras Al Khaimah

Ras al Khaimah takes up the northern aspect of the United Arab Emirates, which are themselves on the eastern side of the Arabian Peninsula. It is one of seven Emirates. Well, what shall we try to day? Camel racing? Flying? Diving? Hiking? Off roading? Or...

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Qatar

On a peninsular virtually surrounded by the azure waters of the Persian Gulf, with Saudi Arabia at its back, the visitor will find the independent State of Qatar, a fossil fuel-rich country in the Middle East. The country is mostly flat, arid and barren...

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Oman

The Sultanate of Oman lies on the south east coast of the Arabian Peninsula, at the head of the Arabian Sea. The interior is mostly known for its desert and humid climate, but to the north and south east are the cooler mountains, which during the rainy...

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Jordan

The Kingdom of Jordan, 31 00 N, 36 00 E, is situated on the east bank of the River Jordan, south of Syria. The Dead Sea is the lowest point on Earth at 405m below sea level and is one of the driest places on earth as well as the saltiest! Many skin care...

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Dubai

Originally a small fishing settlement, Dubai is a relatively new tourist destination that has gained in popularity in recent years. It is essentially a desert city with superb infrastructure, liberal policies and excellent tourist amenities. Dubai is also...

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Bahrain

The independent state of Bahrain has a reputation as a relatively liberal and modern Gulf state, and would be an excellent introduction to the Middle East. Situated in the Arabian Gulf, off the east coast of Saudi Arabia, it is a group of 33 islands,...

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Ajman

The United Arab Emirates came into being in 1971. They are made up of seven Emirates, each ruled by their own Emir. The capital is Abu Dhabi, the centre of the Emirates cultural, economic and political district. Ajman is the smallest of these seven...

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Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is the name of both the capital city of the UAE and the largest of the seven emirates that make up the country. A destination for the discerning traveller, the emirate has something for everyone, from the bustle and the excitement of a dynamic...

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Mauritius

Bounded by a virtually unbroken coral reef and fringed by a coastline of white sand and turquoise warm waters, Mauritius fulfils many people’s fantasy of a tropical island paradise. It is located in the Indian Ocean about 800km east of Madagascar and...

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Maldives

This group of 1190 islands is scattered around 26 natural atolls, ring-like coral formations enclosing a lagoon, spread over almost 800km of the Indian Ocean from north to south. Out of these numerous islands only 200 are inhabited, with 88 islands adapted...

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Seychelles

The granitic islands of the Seychelles archipelago are the oldest islands on earth, evolving their own fascinating fauna and flora over the millions of years since their birth. The isolated nature of the Seychelles has given rise to many unique species,...

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Canary Islands

Located just off the coast of West Africa, the Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago that include the islands of (from largest to smallest): Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera, El Hierro, La Graciosa, Alegranza, Isla...

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Austria

Located in central Europe, Austria is a landlocked country bordered by Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Germany, Slovenia, Switzerland and Italy. It consists of 9 independent federal states (Burgenland, Carinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria,...

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Czech Republic

The small country of the Czech Republic is found in the middle of the European landmass and is surrounded by four other countries. It is covered with mountains, forest, hills and plateaux and provides the visitor with a wide range of terrain in which to...

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Portugal

Portugal is to be found on the western part of the Istrian Peninsular and borders Spain to the north and east. The Atlantic dominates its west coast and the popular south coast of the Algarve . From the Costa Verde region in the north to the Algarve in the...

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Turkey

Turkey is a country with feet in both Europe and Asia, bordered on three sides by the Mediterranean, and the Aegean and Black Seas. It is a country which, as with so many others, has a fascinating history which is present today in its magnificent ruins and...

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Montenegro

Montenegro is a small Balkan country ranging from its borders in the north with Serbia and Albania where it is very mountainous until it sweeps down to a very narrow plain at its coast in the south west where it rests in the azure waters in the south of...

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The Netherlands

Netherlands, is located in northwestern Europe, also known as Holland. “Netherlands” means low-lying country; the name Holland (from Houtland, or “Wooded Land”) was originally given to one of the medieval cores of what later became the modern state and is...

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Malta

Megaliths, medieval dungeons and Calypso's Cave – The Maltese Islands are positively mythic. The narrow meandering streets of their towns and villages lead to the main square, which is invariably dominated by the huge baroque church. As the countryside is...

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Switzerland

Europe's favourite alpine getaway offers more than just powdery snow and majestic mountains: this beautiful mountain country is the home of the such epicurean delights as chocolate and cheese, watches and clocks that are more masterpieces than souvenir,...

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Italy

Italy has inspired painters and poets for centuries with its stunning landscapes, golden light and rich cultural heritage. It is stylish, passionate and volatile and, perhaps more than any other country has strongly influenced the course of European...

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Spain

Spain has long been a favoured destination for the visitor due to its proximity to the UK, its Mediterranean climate, friendly peoples and an atmosphere of fun and relaxation. Whether staying in an hotel or self-catering apartment, Spain is as comfortable...

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Iceland

While one of the newest land masses on earth, Iceland is steeped in history and culture, as well as having some of the most spectacular sights, from those who come to wonder at the breathtaking scenery, to those who come to unwind in the natural Spa Pools....

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Scandinavia

Scandinavia is made up of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden with four different yet connected personalities. Cities throughout Scandinavia blend history and tradition with the modern age. Each country has its own distinct attractions that make...

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Greece

Temples. Ruins. Archaeological sites. Ancient statues. One could be forgiven for thinking that Greece lives permanently in its past, but nothing could be further from the truth. Greece as a holiday destination is a vibrant, colourful country with a zest...

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Russia

Russia, as the world’s largest nation, also borders many European and Asian countries as well as the Pacific and Arctic oceans. Its landscape ranges from tundra and forests to subtropical beaches. It is famous for such things as Moscow's Bolshoi and St....

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Germany

Germany is a country with a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges as well as North Sea beaches. It has over 2 millennia of history. With its capital Berlin being home to art and nightlife scenes, the Brandenburg Gate and many sites relating to...

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Cyprus

Located west of Syria, and south of Turkey, with a storied past 10,000 years long, Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean; a stepping stone between Europe and the Middle East. Here on this compact island you will discover alluring beaches...

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France

France has the distinction of being the largest country in western Europe, the most visited in the world and is the gateway to the rest of Europe to the north and east, and to Spain in the south. Its terrain caters for everybody in that the land ranges...

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Croatia

Situated at 45 10 N, 15 30 E, Croatia sits near the head of the Adriatic Sea and forms a sideways horseshoe shape on the eastern banks. It stretches from the Istrian Peninisular in the north to Dubrovnik on the Dalmatian coast in the south. The coastline...

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St. Lucia

St Lucia is a stunningly beautiful island situated between St Vincent and Martinique at the heart of the Windward chain in the Eastern Caribbean. This immensely fertile isle has a network of forested peaks that soar and valleys that tumble to the...

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Antigua

The name Anguilla was given to the island by the Spanish and means 'eel', in reference to the island's eel-like shape. It is the most northerly of the British Leeward Islands, and it lies about 5 miles from the French part of St. Martin, the island itself...

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St. Kitts-nevis

These two small islands lie dreaming in the sparkling blue seas of the Caribbean between the US Virgin Islands and the easterly Leeward Islands and are 19 degrees north of the Equator. St. Kitts is 23 miles long and 5 wide, with Nevis being 7 miles in...

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St. Barts

St. Barts lies north of Antigua and south east of the US Virgin Isles. Unusually in the strings of Caribbean islands, it is formed by ancient reefs of coral which extend into the shallow seas so providing excellent diving opportunities for scuba and...

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Grenada

Grenada, the most southerly of the Windward Islands in the Caribbean, is just over 100 miles north of Venezuela, and is only 21 miles long and 12 miles wide. It is a mountainous, but very lush island and for many years has been a major producer of a...

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US Virgin Islands

Each of our three major islands has a unique character all its own. St. Croix's Danish influence is perfect for visitors who prefer a laid-back experience. The historic towns of Frederiksted and Christiansted offer quaint shops, charming pastel buildings...

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Turks And Caicos Islands

The Turks and Caicos Islands are made up of eight main islands and a host of tiny cays situated about 575 miles southeast of Miami and 100 miles north of Haiti. The two separate groups are both scrub-covered limestone outcrops that are no more than 250ft...

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Cayman Islands

There are 3 islands which make up the Caymans – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman and in all they measure 100sq miles. The islands are situated 480 miles south of Miami and 180 miles north west of Jamaica and are blessed with the Trade Winds...

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Trinidad And Tobago

The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is the southernmost island in the Caribbean archipelago. Located just off the north-eastern coast of the South America mainland, the twin island Republic is home to international greats such as Miss Universe 1998, Wendy...

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British Virgin Islands

Rising dramatically from the sea, the stunning 50-plus islands and cays that comprise the British Virgin Islands have two great assets – virgin beauty and accessibility. Unlike the neighbouring U.S. Virgin Islands, the BVI remains a relatively sleepy...

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St. Vincent & The Grenadines

St. Vincent and the Grenadine islands are in the southern string of the Windward Islands, which are part of the Lesser Antilles chain comprising all the eastern islands of the Caribbean. There are 32 islands, of which St. Vincent is the largest at 133sq...

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Bermuda

If you’re looking for pink-sand beaches, dazzling turquoise waves and warm, friendly locals then, Bermuda is the perfect choice.It was first discovered by a Spanish sailor, Juan de Bermudez, in 1505 and consists of around 180 islands and islets that lie...

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St. Martin

St. Martin/St. Maarten is the smallest island in the world ever to have been shared by two nations. It has been divided between the French and the Dutch in a spirit of neighbourly cooperation and mutual friendship for almost 350 years, the French, northern...

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Barbados

Barbados has had a trusty following of wealthy visitors over the last 50 years and is one of the Caribbean’s most popular destinations. The island combines a strong sense of history and culture with a laid-back outlook and crystal waters, superb beaches,...

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Anguilla

The name Anguilla was given to the island by the Spanish and means 'eel', in reference to the island's eel-like shape. It is the most northerly of the British Leeward Islands, and it lies about 5 miles from the French part of St. Martin, the island itself...

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Bahamas

The Islands of The Bahamas consist of 700-plus islands with turquoise waters that are as calm and warm as its people. The cultural, social, political and economic centre of the islands, as well as the most visited destination, is Nassau / Paradise Island....

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New Zealand

New Zealand lies in the south-west Pacific and consists of two main islands - the North Island and the South Island. In addition, Stewart Island and many smaller islands lie offshore. The North Island has a 'spine' of mountain ranges running through the...

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French Polynesia

French Polynesia comprises 130 islands divided into five archipelagos which constitute a French Overseas Territory. Of these, the Society Archipelago is home to Tahiti, Bora Bora, Moorea and Huahine. The Polynesian islands are a selection of volcanic...

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Fiji

Fiji, and its islands, which amount to 332, with approximately 110 inhabited and up to 500 islets, sits in the part of the Pacific Ocean called Oceania, about two-thirds of the way between New Zealand and Hawaii. Its climate is tropical marine, with very...

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Australia

As the world’s oldest continent, inhabited for more than 60,000 years by Aborigines, Australia remains unspoilt and full of adventure. Its biggest attraction is its natural beauty with landscapes varying from endless sun-baked horizons to dense tropical...

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Bali & Indonesia

The centrepiece for visitors to Indonesia's 17,000-plus island chain, Bali has become a true haven for those seeking to cultivate their inner being and escape the demands of modern living. Bali is a tropical paradise that has embraced holistic therapies,...

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Malaysia

Malaysia is truly a land of intriguing diversity. Geographically it ranges from cool hideaways found in the highlands to humid mangroves, warm, sandy beaches and the new world sophistication and skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur. Having developed as a part of...

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Laos

Landlocked by five neighbours, Laos can be found in Asia, almost tucked away from view, holding its breath whilst waiting to be discovered by the modern day traveller, who would not be disappointed with its breathtaking ruins and graceful culture. It is a...

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Japan

The Land of The Rising Sun, of the secret world of the Geisha, of the mysterious Samurai, and then again of anime, technology and bullet train. Japan is a fascinating land of contrasts filled with plenty to explore. Japan is a place where the ancient and...

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Vietnam

Lying on the eastern side of the Indochinese peninsula, Vietnam is a strip of land shaped like the letter “S” with a distance of 1650 km from north to south. China borders it to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west, the East Sea to the east and the...

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India

As the seventh largest country in the world, India shares with you a diversity of not only its landscapes but, also it’s cultures, beliefs, languages and lifestyles. From the Great Himalayas in the north to the tropical southern peninsula and the ancient...

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Thailand

Formerly known as Siam, Thailand has an irresistible combination of breathtaking natural beauty, inspiring temples, renowned hospitality, robust cuisine and ruins of fabulous ancient kingdoms. Few countries have so much to offer the visitor. Where else can...

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Hong Kong

Set among beautiful natural surroundings, with the city itself centred around Victoria Harbour, it would be hard to find a more exciting place than Hong Kong. As a result of its Cantonese origins and its long-term British influence, it is a city with...

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon, is a paradise Island shaped like a tear drop in the Indian Ocean. Famous for its wonderful tea, Sri Lanka is a vibrant country with lush jungles, cool mountains, glorious beaches and abundant wildlife. You will never be...

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China

Travel to the world’s third largest country is a lifetime experience and the only way to appreciate what it is to live in a nation with a population of 1.2 billion. China is changing and progressing every day and yet it is still a developing country. One...

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Singapore

The Merlion, one of the most evocative of sculptures is to be found in the City of Singapore. It is a mythical beast with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, but there is nothing mythical about Singapore itself, other than the magic this small...

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Cambodia

Cambodia boasts a rich culture with its many ancient temples and its amazing natural scenery found in its mighty rivers, empty beaches and the remote forests. It lies at the heart of Indochina, bordered by Thailand to the west, Laos and Thailand to the...

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Philippines

7,107 islands of all sizes and shapes make up the archipelago, the Philippines. According to various cartographers throughout the ages, some of these disappear and re-appear with each tide of the western Pacific Ocean. It is another country situated on the...

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Bintan

Bintan Island is located just 45 kilometres south east of Singapore and is easily accessible via a 45-minute ride on a catamaran from Singapore's Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. This tropical paradise island makes a perfect recreational extension to a stay in...

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Bhutan

Bhutan nestles in the lap of the eastern Himalayas, the remote and rugged mountains which have since time immemorial, been a place that philosophers and pilgrims have been irresistibly drawn to in their personal search for wisdom, solitude, happiness and...

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Mongolia

At the heart of Central Asia lie the natural and cultural riches of Mongolia, where a population of just three million inhabits 1.5 million square kilometres of mountains, desert, forests, and steppe. Discovering this land of prehistoric rock paintings and...

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Zambia

Zambia is a tropical, land-locked country in the southern part of the African continent, made up of high plateau, hills and mountains, sharply dissected by major river valleys. The mighty Zambezi River flows through the western part and forms a natural...

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Uganda

Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. Its abundant wildlife includes chimpanzees as well as rare birds. Remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a...

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Tanzania & Zanzibar

Tanzania is situated on the eastern side of Africa, and is bordered by seven other African states and the Indian Ocean. Its capital, with its Parliament, is in the centre at Dodoma, but Dar es Salaam on the coast is the country’s principal commercial city....

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South Africa

South Africa is located at the southern tip of Africa and is bordered by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland and Lesotho (which is completely surrounded by South Africa). It is a heady mix of third and first world cultures with a wide...

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Rwanda

Rwanda is a landlocked East African country with a green, mountainous landscape. Its renowned Volcanoes National Park is home to mountain gorillas and golden monkeys. The park encompasses 4,507m-tall Mt. Karisimbi and 4 other forested volcanoes. In the...

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Namibia

Namibia is to be found in southern Africa, on the south west coast, with the South Atlantic and the countries of Angola, South Africa, Botswana and Zambia making up its borders. Desert is the essential makeup of this country, with the south providing an...

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Mozambique

This country is one of the up and coming destinations on the world traveller’s ‘to do’ list. It is to be found in the Indian Ocean with over 1,430 miles of crystal white sparkling beaches that are a haven for diving, fishing, relaxing or for being married...

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Morocco

Modern Morocco is a country that is unique in the Muslim world, shaped by its diverse ethnic groups and it’s location between Europe, Mediterranean countries to the east, the Atlantic Ocean and sub-Saharan Africa. This multifaceted country is an...

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Kenya

Mount Kenya, the second highest peak in the African continent, gives its name to this east African country, which shares its borders with five others, the beautiful Lake Victoria to the west and the Indian Ocean to the east. Heading inland from the coast,...

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Egypt

Egypt produces such fantastic visions of historical splendour and richness, that to actually see the pyramids, tombs and temples for yourself, brings the dusty pages of history books alive before your eyes. Giza is just one of those magical places with the...

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Botswana

This land-locked country lies north of South Africa and is sandwiched between Zimbabwe to the east and Namibia to the west. Zambia and Angola form its northern borders. Due to its geographical layout, Botswana meets three of its neighbours at a single point mid stream...

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