Botswana: Okavango Through the Lens
Led by legendary master filmmaker and wildlife photographer Greg Nelson, this expedition immerses our travellers in the astonishing biosphere of the Okavango Delta, exploring bush, desert and water environments. Learn new skills from Greg, who will help you create a personal photo book, photo essay or film of your Okavango experience.
Colombia – Conquistadors: The Legend of El Dorado
Led by renowned historian and author Fernando Cervantes, this unique expedition is an immersion into the world of the conquistadors and the native peoples they encountered. Searching for the truth behind the El Dorado myth, we visit some of prettiest heritage towns in Colombia and soak up the atmosphere of Cartagena, one of the world’s great colonial cities.
Cuba: Revolution Past & Present
Taking in the captivating highlights of Cuba, this one-of-a-kind expedition is led by renowned historian Michael Bustamante and takes a deep dive into the history of the Revolution and its contemporary legacies. From riding in classic cars to sampling the very best cigars and rum with local experts, each day offers an opportunity to immerse ourselves in Cuba’s vibrant energy.
Ethiopia & Kenya: The Cradle of Humanity
This expedition explores the origins of humankind and begins in the rarely visited Omo River basin, home to 15 nomadic tribes. Under the guidance of legendary safari and tribal expert Charlie McConnell, we cross by special permit into Kenya and explore the archaeology and wildlife of Turkana in the footsteps of the Leakey Family.
Georgia: A Food & Wine Revolution
Led by John Wurdeman, one of Georgia’s most passionate expatriate winemakers, our expedition traces the evolution and revolution of Georgian food and wine. Our small group will be a travelling dinner party, sampling the country’s very best gastronomical experiences, with Georgia’s leading chefs and vintners joining us at our table each day on this once-in-a-lifetime journey.
Iran: End of Empire - Alexander v the Persians
This one-of-a-kind expedition explores the incredible story of Alexander the Great’s conquest of Persia. Taking in the iconic highlights of Iran, we immerse ourselves in the bazaars, food, street life and extraordinary architecture of Iran and are joined by leading local archaeologists, who give us exclusive access to fascinating dig sites.
Jordan & Saudi Arabia: Desert Empires
This expedition, the first of its kind, combines the fascinating history and archaeology of Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Tracing the Frankincense trade route of antiquity, archaeologist Iain Shearer leads us through the magnificent highlights of Jordan and overland into the rarely-visited remoteness of northern Saudi Arabia in search of ancient ruins and rock art.
New Zealand: The Story of Aotearoa
This remarkable expedition delves deep into the history, indigenous culture and incredible wilderness environments of New Zealand, offering a privileged insight and connection to the country’s past and present. Led by leading archaeologist Dr James Robison, exclusive access to people and places are matched with the very best food and wine experiences.
Papua New Guinea - Voices on the Wind: 60,000 Years of Culture & Trade
This ground breaking expedition explores the culture of PNG in depth, venturing off the beaten track to three of the country’s most fascinating regions – the Sepik River, the Highlands and the Coral Sea. Led by renowned archaeologist Dr Ben Shaw, our journey follows age-old trading routes and features immersive experiences with colourful tribal groups.
Sudan: The Three Niles
This adventure explores the story of the three Niles and the extraordinary cultures and history they gave life to. Led by historian David Adams, we visit areas and sites few travellers have seen, including the pyramids of the Black Pharaohs and a 6-day cruise along the pristine Red Sea coast.
Turkmenistan & Uzbekistan: Conquest of the Silk Road
Taking in the iconic sites and vivid history of Central Asia, this expedition explores the life and times of the Silk Road’s great conquerors and the worlds they destroyed and created. Led by archaeologist Iain Shearer, we cross remote deserts in 4x4’s, camp beside ancient ruins and gain exclusive access to archaeological digs.
Turkey: Rumi and the World of Mystical Sufism
In the company of Sufi scholar Seemi Ghazi, we journey into the mysterious realm of mysticism and examine the life and legacy of Rumi, one of the world’s best known poets. Exclusive meetings with Turkish experts, visits to ancient Dervish lodges and witnessing mesmerising whirling ceremonies helps us peel back the layers of this master storyteller.
Vietnam: The Road to Independence
Led by Pierre Asselin, one of the leading authorities on Vietnam’s modern history, this expedition engages Vietnam’s past, confronting the conventional narrative on what is a highly contentious history, with a particular focus on French colonialism and the American War.
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