Straddling Asia and Europe, Istanbul is a wonderful city to add to any trip. Get lost in the winding alleyways of the Grand Bazaar. Absorb the grandness of the Blue Mosque while taking in the smallest of details not overlooked. Watch the traditional dancers perform the Dervishes whirl while enjoying a local cup of tea or participate in an elaborate coffee ceremony. Visit a hammam, a local bathhouse to cleanse your skin and your soul.
The island of Lošinj forms part of the Cres-Lošinj archipelago located in the Northern Adriatic Sea. It is undoubtedly one of Croatia’s best-kept secrets, benefiting from a particularly pleasant microclimate that makes it the perfect escape all year round. Nestling in the crystal clear waters of Kvarner Bay, Lošinj is known for its lush vegetation, charming bays, and tall pine forests. It’s a particularly fragrant island too, with the scent of wild-growing medicinal herbs filling the air. Visitors have been
Arriving at a vineyard during harvest carries with it a sense of excitement; an energy of anticipation hangs in the air. Driving up, your eye is drawn to the vines, rich with purple clusters of grapes grower bigger and heavier by the day, waiting for the perfect level of sweetness to be achieved before they are pulled off the vine and the process of wine making is started. Wandering past to the crush pad the
Throughout the centuries, Morocco’s four capital cities have come to be known as imperial cities. With rich histories and an abundance of monuments, each city has its own unique character. Morocco is a true delight for all of your senses. Arriving in Casablanca, you will visit the Hassan II Mosque, with a minaret soaring high into the sky, the tallest in the world, and the exquisitely tiled mosque expanding out over the Atlantic Ocean. In
Looking left and looking right, your eyes try to pick out something moving among the bush, for the faintest sway of a bush to indicate wildlife is just beyond. Without the trained eye of someone who grew up in these savannahs, it is more often than not your guide who will point out that first glimpse of wildlife, earning them the nickname binocular eyes. Seeing animals in their natural habitat is a truly remarkable experience.
This trip combines breathtaking views, a rich history through small villages, tasting regional foods ranging from tea to wine and includes a masterclass in creating local dishes. It is an active trip which incorporates observing the beauty of a region while embracing the life of the people who live there. This little-known part of the world offers stunning scenery as well as unique history and is ideal for our 14-day tour. Starting in Azerbaijan, you