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Please find below a selection of suggested itineraries on a self-drive basis.

Bears, Whales and Rockies | 18 days

Bears, Whales and Rockies | 18 days

If you are looking for the ultimate West Coast adventure, this trip is perfect. We have handpicked a stunning range of properties for this ever popular route, staying in lake side lodges surrounded by ancient forests, beautiful beachfront accommodation, as well as historic city hotels bursting with character. Self-drive or escorted tour.

Etosha to the Skeleton Coast | 14 days

Etosha to the Skeleton Coast | 14 days

This is a self-drive holiday visiting Namibia's top wildlife destination - Etosha National Park, Damaraland, the beautiful Erongo Mountains and the haunting Skeleton Coast. This is a good value overview of Namibia. We've designed the trip to stick mostly to tarred roads meaning it can easily be driven in a normal car without the need for a more costly larger vehicle.

Highlights of Namibia | 16 days

Highlights of Namibia | 16 days

This holiday takes in many of Namibia's highlights with the freedom of self-drive, though it can be done with transfers if you prefer. See the mighty dunes at Sossusvlei, the town of Swakopmund, the Skeleton Coast, hike in Damaraland and meet the Himba people. At Etosha, there are fine game viewing opportunities.

Lighthouses and Whales in Gaspe | 15 Days

Lighthouses and Whales in Gaspe | 15 Days

A delightful 14 day self-drive trip, circling from and to Montreal, which takes in the rugged mountain and ocean scenery of the Gaspe Peninsula. Sea cliffs and forest dominate the peninsulas northern shore landscape - the Gaspe National Park in particular offers opportunities for hiking and relaxation in equal measure.

Safari, Garden Route and Cape Town

Safari, Garden Route and Cape Town

This self-drive tailor-made holiday begins with a stay at a private, riverside game reserve where you can experience close up viewing of the Big-five. Continue driving along the garden route, passing through winelands and nature reserves along the way before ending your journey with a 3 night stay to explore Cape Town. Stay in 4* standard accommodation; a riverside lodge, country houses and a homestead on a working farm.

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British Columbia

British Columbia

BC as it is affectionately known on the West Coast, is home to an incredible plethora of nature and wildlife. Blessed with a breath-taking backdrop, this geographical diversity lends itself to adventures of all kinds. Home to the Rockies, Vancouver city and Vancouver Island, the wildlife viewing opportunities are endless; with bears and whales at the top of the wish list.

Eastern Canada

Eastern Canada

This vast area has plenty to keep you occupied, with stunning wine regions, tiny fishing villages, secluded beaches and coves, and the historic Parliament Hill to explore. The lively cities of Montreal, Quebec City and Toronto glow with a romantic multi-ethnic flair but the real appeal is the rugged outdoors; think coastal bays, fresh seafood, ancient settlements and Celtic hospitality.

The Garden Route

The Garden Route

A stretch of coastline of just under 300km between Mossel Bay and Plettenberg Bay dotted with white sandy beaches, blue lagoons and ancient forests with opportunities for hiking, birdwatching, canoeing and wildlife viewing.

The Winelands

The Winelands

A stunningly beautiful region of undulating roads past farmlands and vines, the valleys pf Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek are home to some of the earliest European settlements and now a driving force of wine and cuisine in the area.

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Namibia

Namibia

Namibia has it all, abundant wildlife, beautiful landscapes, great treks and friendly indigenous people and . Game includes rhino, lion, cheetah and much more. The world's highest sand dunes are here at Sossusvlei and the second largest canyon at Fish River. The desolate Skeleton Coast contrasts with the lush swamplands of the Caprivi Strip. The country has good roads and can easily be explored on a tailor-made self-drive holiday.

South Africa

South Africa

As an adventure holiday destination, South Africa ticks all the boxes. It is a country of diversity with big game viewing, abundant wildlife and natural wonders as well as atmospheric history, culture and fine food.


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