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Chefchaouen, Morocco

Chefchaouen, Morocco

In Morocco’s most northern mountain range, the Rif Mountains, lies the out-of-this-world city of Chefchaouen. Known as Morocco’s ‘blue city’, Chefchaouen is a magical destination home to buildings painted in various hues of blue colliding against the mountainous landscape. Founded in 1471 as a Moorish fortress, the Chefchaouen has grown over the centuries, welcoming people from all walks of life and becoming the dazzling and unique cultural city that it is today.
Sacred Valley, Peru

South America Hotspots

It’s no secret that South America is an incredible destination to visit, home to a variety of unique countries, rich history and incredible landscapes. When a region is as big and as vast as South America it can be hard to decide on where to go and what to do. We’ve done the hard work for you.... where will you go?
Lake Bled, Slovenia

Bled, Slovenia

With its serene, sapphire-toned lake, charming villages and alpine fresh air, Bled enchants all who make their way here. Surrounded by picture-perfect beauty, Bled is yours to explore during our Wonders of Slovenia, Croatia & Slovenia, and Austria, Slovenia & Croatia Christmas Markets small group tours.
Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik Delights: A Day in the Old Town

Dubrovnik is a favoured location for travellers worldwide and it’s no surprise why. With its ancient city walls, ramparts and bastions, its red terracotta roof tiles that contrast with the azure Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is an incredible and beautiful city. The well-preserved Old Town dates back to the 7th century and walking through the streets of the walled city feels like a dream. Here’s how to spend a summer’s day in the fascinating Old Town.
Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan Stories

As our bus drops us off on the side of the road to awaiting tuk tuks and we begin our journey through the dirt roads of regional Sri Lanka, it occurs to me. If I was travelling independently or with a larger group would I be on my way to visit a local school, where just 20 students from grade 1 to 5 attend, and a local family home who have prepared us lunch? The short answer is no.
Ephesus, Turkey

Turkey, home to ancient cities

Where Asia meets Europe, Turkey is a fascinating country; an eclectic mix of ancient and modern history, incredible architecture and delicious cuisine. A small group tour to Turkey will dazzle you with an impressive array of architecture including palaces, mosques, and more. But it’s the country’s preserved ruins of ancient cities that have people hooked on its history.
Mahane Yehuda Market, Jerusalem

A Taste of Jerusalem

We embark on a tantalizing tasting tour of Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda Market on this delectable small connection. The market dates back to the Ottoman period where the large open space was used by locals to sell their produce. It grew quickly and over the years has dramatically transformed into what it is today.
Jerusalem, Israel

Journey to Jerusalem

Jerusalem, Israel’s capital city holds important significance for Jewish, Muslim and Christian people. A unique and intriguing blend of old and new, the city’s architecture combines seamlessly to create this fascinating city full of historical sites and world-class monuments.
Pidurangala Rock, Sri Lanka

Breakfast with a view

Upon reading my itinerary for my upcoming travels to Sri Lanka, I noticed a place I’d never heard of before.