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Baphuon Temple, Cambodia by Priscilla Aster

Discover the wonders of Asia!

As the continent with the largest land mass, it is no wonder Asia has so much to see and experience. From the bustling city centres to the tranquil fields of rice and tea plantations, the countries of Asia offer a myriad of cultural influences, just waiting to be explored. And travelling with a small group of up to just 20 travellers ensures you don’t miss a thing!
The Colosseum, Rome, Italy by Mirza Ariadi

Destination Europe!

There is no better way to explore Europe than in the comfort of a full-sized coach, with no more than 20 fellow travellers and led by professional tour guides who love nothing more than showing you their great love for their country.
Schönbrunn Palace by Dennis Bunnik

Imperial Palace of Schönbrunn

Perhaps the most visited, and definitely one of the most beautiful, sites in Austria is the Imperial Palace of Schönbrunn. And what a sight to behold it is! But how well do you know its history? Read on to uncover more.  
Plaza Vieja, Havana, Cuba by Marion Bunnik

Highlights of Cuba

With a country bursting with incredible diversity; from its culture, to its architecture and natural landscapes, it's impossible to pick a favourite city of Cuba.

Building Connections, not Walls | The Power of Travel

We may not be able to travel abroad just yet, but when we can we look forward to using travel to reconnect with the world. Join Dennis Bunnik as he looks at how travel is the perfect way to break down barriers.
Bunnik Tours Guide, Priya at Negombo's fish markets by Dennis Bunnik

Sri Lanka: a welcoming and diverse country

In recent years Sri Lanka has been discovered by the world and transformed from an up-and-coming tourist destination to a destination on everyone’s list and it’s not hard to understand why.
Sumo Wrestlers, Japan by Bob Fisher, Unsplash

Sumo Wrestling: A national sport born from ancient traditions

When we think of sumo wrestling our minds take us to large Japanese men in a ring wrestling until someone hits the ground. But it is so much more than this. Read on as we uncover the history, the traditions, and the sumo lifestyle.
Uros Island, Peru by Marion Bunnik

The incredible Uros Floating Islands of Lake Titicaca

Famously recognised as the world’s highest navigable lake, Lake Titicaca is a breathtaking sight to behold. But its beauty extends beyond the stunning panoramas of its ancient blue waters to a world believed to be 3 million years old, where one can still witness the pre-Inca traditions of the local inhabitants.
Warsaw, Poland by Dennis Bunnik

Language lesson: Polish style

A Slavic language, Polish is considered one of the most difficult for a native English speaker to learn! It’s tricky for two main reasons: the language’s grammar; and the sounds you’ll need to produce and understand.