Exceptional Journeys: Exclusive Small Group Tours with Simon King OBE.

We are delighted to announce that Exceptional Travel have teamed up with acclaimed naturalist, author and broadcaster, Simon King OBE, to lead a select number of small exclusive wildlife tours for our guests. Best known for presenting the BBC’s ‘Big Cat Diary’ which followed [...] Read More »
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Don’t get left out in the cold…

You may be well craving some cooler weather at the moment thanks to the UK’s current heat wave (or shall we call it 'Summer'…) , but before long we’ll be tucked up with our hot-water bottles, bemoaning the absence of the warm rays and cursing the long dreary months ahea[...] Read More »
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A happy guest sends a trip report and phenomenal wildlife pictures following his photographic tour to Zambia

Renowned wildlife photographer Paul Joynson Hicks lead a small group of four guests to Zambia's South Luangwa recently, and they have sent some examples of their work through. Upon arrival in Mfuwe on the edge of the South Luangwa National Park, the group were met and transferred to Luangwa R[...] Read More »
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First Lady of Kenya Starts 2018 Lewa Marathon

We were again delighted to work with Tusk and be involved with the Lewa Marathon, organising the travel arrangements for many of the international runners. The event was held on Saturday 30th June, and once again attracted approximately 1,400 runners, of which over 100 completed the full marathon. U[...] Read More »
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Astonishing Arabia! Susanna Reynolds returns to Oman

With the opportunity to escape to warmth of Arabia following what felt like the longest winter in memory, I grabbed my passport, packed my bag, and hopped on the very easy 7.5 hour to Oman with little hesitation. My last trip here involved a fleeting catch up with my favourite haunts in Muscat[...] Read More »
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Beautiful Botswana! Lukey Bourne returns from the remarkable Okavango Delta

The 1,000th site to be inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2014, the Okavango Delta is an important wildlife area protected by both the Moremi Game Reserve, on its eastern edge, and the numerous wildlife concessions within Ngamiland. Our Lukey Bourne has returned from a trip there [...] Read More »
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October Half Term

You may well be all set for the summer, whether you are planning to make your way to The Maldives, settle in Scotland, pop over the pond or wind your way down to the West Country, but have you thought about your October half term escape yet? If you are considering getting away, being ahead of the[...] Read More »
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New Nasca lines discovered in Peru

Armed with satellites and drones, archaeologists discover new Nasca lines and dozens of other enigmatic geoglyphs carved into the earth. Etched into the high desert of southern Peru more than a millennium ago, the enigmatic Nasca lines continue to capture our imagination. More than a thousand [...] Read More »
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David Fettes returns from an adventure in The Bale Mountains, Ethiopia

David Fettes, a very loyal client, intrepid traveller and wonderful photographer, has just returned from exploring The Bale Mountains in Ethiopia. Located 400km from Addis Ababa in the southeast of the country, the Bale Mountains are a landscape created by volcanic fires and shaped by glacial ice. H[...] Read More »
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Happy guest returns from India with an inspiring new life mantra

Eriko Hashimoto has just returned from a trip to Mumbai, Udaipur and Delhi and wrote to us with the following upon her return:   'This trip certainly motivated me to work hard not only to live comfortably, but also to travel comfortably! There is so much more of the world I would l[...] Read More »
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