On every trail hiked, and every dive explored, there will be new discoveries. It’s in the heart of the Atlantic, nine amazing islands, that exist complete with nature. This wholly sustainable Atlantic archipelago awaits.
Sipadan is home to the best diving in Borneo, many say in the world. Famous for massive schools of fish, spiraling barracudas, massive green turtles and schooling reef sharks, diving in the pumping current here is spectacular. Jacques Cousteau said, “I have seen other places like Sipadan, 45 years ago, but now no more”
The Kinabatangan River has gained a justified reputation as one of the top wildlife watching destinations in Southeast Asia.
Moalboal means ‘bubbling stream’, it’s a small town on the island of Cebu, with at least 25 recognized dive sites and more are being discovered. The range of diving is excellent, with vertical walls, a cathedral like cave, healthy coral reefs and plenty of macro life.
Across the channel from Cebu is the beautiful island of Bohol, a tropical haven of natural beauty, with pristine beaches and colourful coral dive sites. Land attractions include the resident tarsiers and the world-famous Chocolate Hills.
Serengeti National Park, and the Northern Circuit (includes four national parks), are the most famous safari experience in the world, including the biggest spectacle on earth, The Great Migration.
Plus Zanzibar, off the coast of Tanzania, a breathtaking spot to escape from the world, with deserted islands unvisited by tourists. Explore the World Heritage Site of Stone Town, Zanzibar City’s old quarter.
One of the seven wonders of the world, and viewing it from space, you can understand why – it is larger than the Great Wall of China, and the only living thing on earth that is visible from space.
North Queensland is the only place in the world that allows you to swim with Dwarf Minke Whales: an experience so exclusive it only happens two months of each year.