Nature Lodge

Our small and exclusive eco-loge is located at the doorstep of the Amber Mountain National Park and in a lush forest of mangoes and litchi trees guarantees an ultimate peace and tranquility. The spacious and charming thatched chalets offer an endless panoramic view on either the lush green rain forest home of many lemurs or on one of the most beautiful bays in the world: Diego Suarez’s Bay. The main area and the large wooden deck open on a magnificent garden, home of many chameleons and open on a breathtaking view of both the Mozambique Channel and the Indian Ocean.

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Sunsquare Hotel

 

 

 

 

 

 

Situated near the Cape Town city bowl in the lush suburb of Gardens, the beautifully renovated SunSquare Cape Town Gardens hotel (previously SunSquare Cape Town) offers visitors accommodation that is unique, contemporary and affordable. Just 20 minutes from Cape Town International Airport, in close proximity to the Cape Town International Convention Centre, the hotel’s location in Gardens makes it equally convenient for business or leisure. Guests have a choice of attractive contemporary accommodation options at our Gardens hotel. The hotel’s 136 well-appointed en suite rooms are in a Standard and Standard Surcharge format, as well as four spacious Suites. Rooms are equipped with a host of amenities, which include flat-screen TVs, individually controlled air conditioning and free WiFi.

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Garden Court Mossel Bay

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Garden Court Mossel Bay hotel, located on the beautiful Garden Route, is the ideal hospitality destination for visitors to one of South Africa’s most picturesque coastal regions. Our Mossel Bay hotel offers guests a choice of 43 comfortable en-suite rooms, tastefully furnished in a contemporary style. The rooms are equipped with amenities including air-conditioning, free WiFi, DStv and much more. Guests can enjoy a host of additional services and comforts, including a choice of restaurant and bar options which offer appetising dining with something for every taste.

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Knysna Hollow Country Estate

Perfectly set on a secluded country estate, near Knysna’s famous lagoon on the Garden Route, Knysna Hollow welcomes you with warm and friendly hospitality. Knysna Hollow is the perfect base from which to explore Knysna, the Garden Route and the surrounding forests. Activities are endless… from ferry trips across the lagoon, to walking trails through the ancient forests, a game of golf, treetop canopy tours, township experiences, whale watching – or just relaxing at one of the three sparkling swimming pools set in lush indigenous gardens with abundant birdlife. Outdoor games at Knysna Hollow are a unique feature… with a full-size Pentanque court with a Boulle set, as well as a giant-size chess board set in the Rose Garden.

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Garden Court King’s Beach

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Situated next to the sandy beach, the 3-star Garden Court Kings Beach Hotel offers a captivating view over the Indian Ocean and Algoa Bay. The pleasant building was renovated in 2005 and now combines contemporary architecture with modern technology. Due to the great location of Garden Court Kings Beach Hotel, guests have direct access to NMM University, No 7 Castle Hill Museum and University of Port Elizabeth. The venue is set within 9 km from Port Elizabeth city center. The hotel boasts close proximity to casinos, bars and restaurants. Garden Court Kings Beach Hotel lies within 5 minutes’ drive to Port Elizabeth airport.

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Crawfords Beach Lodge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For your holiday this year, why not take the road less traveled? Instead of following the crowds to the usual jam-packed vacation destinations, venture to the still-unspoiled Wild Coast region of the Eastern Cape. But before you do, we invite you to spend a few minutes on our website and discover just why Crawfords Beach Lodge is the perfect home for your Wild Coast adventure. A mere 42 km from East London in Cintsa, our family run and family owned 4 star beach resort is waiting to welcome you with luxury Wild Coast accommodation, gourmet cuisine, and beautiful scenery. The perfect holiday destination for the whole family!

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Darby Park Serviced Residences

Darby Park Serviced Residences

Darby Park Serviced Residences offers accommodation right in the centre of Margaret River town. It features free WiFi, a heated swimming pool and a tennis court. Darby Park Serviced Residences offers modern studios and self-contained apartments with spacious balconies overlooking the forest. Studios include tea/coffee making facilities. Apartments come with a fully equipped kitchen. Other facilities include barbecue area, family activity room and conference room.

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Canada’s Rockies

Take in snow-capped peaks, ice-blue glaciers and pounding waterfalls on this Regional Explorer trip. Venture to the land of the grizzlies and glistening glaciers. Your in-depth exploration of the Rocky Mountains begins in Stampede country, taking you through scenic icefields, breathtaking lake landscapes and alpine villages.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1:  Arrive Calgary

Tip your Stetson to Canada’s ‘Cowboy Country’, kick-starting your adventure through the inimitable Rockies in Calgary. This evening, gather at your hotel joining your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Welcome Reception.

Hotel: Westin Calgary

Day 2: Calgary – Lake Louise – Jasper National Park

Embark on a spiritual encounter with the Canadian Rockies, admiring the ethereal beauty of Lake Louise, the surrounding summits and Victoria Glacier, before we continue along the Icefields Parkway. Skirt the craggy peaks, waterfalls and luminous glacial lakes keeping an eye out for grizzlies, elk and mountain goats as you make your way through the wilderness to Jasper.

Hotel: Jasper Mountain Park Lodges, 2 nights

Day 3: Jasper Sightseeing

Soak up pristine natural surrounds enjoying a morning at leisure. Perhaps join a rafting optional and float along the Athabasca River, pass­ing through many small sets of rapids as well as calm stretches. Your National Park licensed guide will point out the nat­ural and human his­tory of Jasper. In the afternoon, enjoy dramatic views as you take a guided walk to Maligne Canyon, one of the most beautiful gorges in the Rockies. Learn about the underground river system while following the canyon’s trail past waterfalls and jagged rock formations. Take to the aqua waters of Maligne Lake later this afternoon (seasonal), admiring views of its three glaciers and Spirit Island, named by the Stoney Nation indigenous people for the experiences their ancestors had at this place centuries ago, a tiny grove of trees and pristine nature separated from the mainland by an isthmus. Spirit Island becomes a true island for a few short days during the summer. Later this evening, indulge in a Regional Dinner. The Maligne Lake Chalet is a rustic log building situated on a rise of land offering magnificent views of beautiful Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park.

Day 4: Jasper – Athabasca Glacier – Banff

We crunch across the glistening icefield of Athabasca Glacier this morning, stepping aboard an Ice Explorer to learn about glaciers and their impact on the environment. Take a sip of ice cold glacier water and admire the surrounding snowcapped panorama before continuing your journey to the alpine village of Banff. Before dinner, you’ll enjoy a rare opportunity to meet a retired Royal Canadian Mountie, dressed in the traditional red serge uniform. This Local Specialist will share colourful stories about life in the ‘force’ and even pose for a photo or two. Tonight, enjoy dinner with your fellow travellers.

Hotel: Banff Park Lodge, 3 nights

Day 5: Banff Sightseeing

Learn the art of playing the puck like a pro when you meet a real Canadian hockey player in Canmore. Dive into Culture and embrace Canada’s national sport, learning the secrets and superstitions of hockey players as a professional coach walks you through a day in the life of a player. Go inside the players’ dressing room and put on the full hockey gear with help of a real coach. Grab your stick and it’s off onto the ice where you’re soon find out whether you are a lefty or righty and learn how to score the big goal. A sightseeing excursion around Banff reveals the exquisite natural beauty of the area. Admire the classic viewpoint of Surprise Corner, spectacular Bow Falls and the hoodoo rock formations.

Day 6: Banff

Reconnect with nature, with a free morning to spend as you please. perhaps join your Tour Director for an optional excursion to Yoho National Park on the western slopes of the Great Divide with a stop at Emerald Lake. Then it’s onto the rugged Valley of the Ten Peaks and Moraine Lake, surrounded by mountains, waterfalls and rock piles. With its vivid shade of turquoise, that changes in intensity through the summer as the glaciers melt, makes for a jaw-dropping experience. We travel to the Guinn family ranch and Connect with Locals over a special Be My Guest Farewell Dinner in pristine surrounds. After dinner, twist, kick and bump your way to country line-dancing success.

Day 7: Banff – Depart Calgary

Descend from high above and bid farewell to the Canadian Rockies. Take your transfer to Calgary International Airport or to the Westin Calgary if you are extending your stay.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
May: 04$2,495.00$3,770.00
May: 11, 18$2,625.00$3,900.00
May: 25$2,650.00$3,925.00
June: 01, 08$2,875.00$4,150.00
June: 15, 22$2,895.00$4,170.00
June: 27$4,175.00$5,450.00
June: 29$4,250.00$5,525.00
July: 01$4,295.00$5,570.00
July: 03$4,695.00$5,970.00
July: 05$4,325.00$5,600.00
July: 06, 13$2,975.00$4,250.00
July: 20$2,875.00$4,150.00
July: 27$2,850.00$4,125.00
August: 03, 10, 17, 20, 24$2,875.00$4,150.00
August: 31$2,895.00$4,170.00
September: 03, 07, 14$2,895.00$4,170.00
September: 17, 21$2,850.00$4,125.00
September: 24$2,825.00$4,100.00
September: 28$2,725.00$4,000.00
October: 05, 12, 19, 26$2,675.00$3,950.00

Inclusions 
Meals: 6 breakfasts, 4 dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 6 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Newfoundland & Labrador

With cruises, ferry crossings, and visits to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, this breathtaking holiday features the best of Newfoundland and Labrador—with overnights in Corner Brook, St. Barbe, L’Anse-au-Clair, St. Anthony, Gros Morne Area, Gander, Clarenville, and St. John’s.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive In Corner Brook

Welcome to Corner Brook! The remainder of the day is at leisure to explore the town or relax at your hotel.

Hotel: Glynmill Inn or Greenwood Inn & Suites, 2 nights

Day 2: Corner Brook

This morning, meet your travelling companions and Tour Director during a welcome breakfast. Then, enjoy an orientation tour of Corner Brook, followed by a break to see the Captain James Cook National Historic Site. Travel along Humber Arm to the Bay of Islands, with excellent photo opportunities on the way to Frenchman’s Cove. Enjoy a stop at Lark Harbour. Savour great views of Guernsey, Tweed, and the Pearl Islands on the return to Corner Brook.

Day 3: Corner Brook – Gros Morne National Park – Port Au Choix – St. Barbe

Skirt the shores of Deer Lake and head north to Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its exceptional beauty and unique geological features. At the Lobster Cove Head, visit the Lighthouse and the fascinating marine displays. Next is Broom Point, highlighting the history of Canada’s earliest fishing settlements. Depart for St. Barbe, visiting a few important sites along the way. View glacier-carved gorges on the way to Port Au Choix National Historic Site. The exhibits focus on archaeological finds of Maritime Archaic and Dorset peoples who settled here before 2000 BC.

Hotel: Dockside Motel

Day 4: St. Barbe – Blanc Sablon – Red Bay – L’anse-Au-Clair

Board your Ferry to cross the Strait of Belle Isle, known as Iceberg Alley, to Blanc Sablon. Then, to Red Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the first major industrial complex of the New World and home to a 16th-century Basque whaling station exhibit. Return to L’Anse-au- Clair.

Note: Icebergs are most often seen in June and July.

Hotel: Northern Light Inn

Day 5: L’anse-Au-Clair- L’anse Aux Meadows – St. Anthony

Ferry back to St. Barbe. Enter L’anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site, the only known Viking settlement in North America and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A Local Guide shows you the reconstructed sod huts, explains how the Vikings lived, and you will see Norse artifacts dating back to 1000 AD.

Hotel: Hotel North or Haven Inn

Day 6: St. Anthony – Gros Morne Area

This morning, travel along the Viking Trail, with a stop at Arches Provincial Park to photograph the two large arches carved by the pounding sea. Then, board a boat for a scenic Cruise on Bonne Bay. Relax as you take in views of Gros Morne Mountain, learn about the history of the small villages nestled on the shores, and keep a lookout for whales and bald eagles. Tonight, enjoy a special Seasonal Seafood Dinner.

Hotel: Ocean View Hotel

Day 7: Gros Morne Area – Gander

After breakfast, depart for Gander, once the international aviation crossroads of the world for a visit to the North Atlantic Aviation Museum, to learn the history of North Atlantic aviation from the 1930s to its unexpected role in the days following the 9/11 tragedy.

Hotel: Sinbad’s Hotel

Day 8: Gander – Twillingate – Terra Nova National Park – Clarenville

Along the “Road to the Isles,” the local predilection for colourful language comes across with place names, such as “Too Good Arm,” “Virgin Arm,” and “Crow Head.” On the way to Twillingate, visit the Prime Berth Fishing Museum and see the Long Point Lighthouse. With luck, you might spot whales along the coast en route to Terra Nova National Park. Spend the next two nights in Clarenville, situated in beautiful Trinity Bay.

Hotel: Quality Inn Clarenville, 2 nights

Day 9: Clarenville – Excursion To Trinity & Cape Bonavista

This morning, travel to historic Trinity, one of the oldest communities in North America, with its scenic harbor. Enjoy a guided WALKING TOUR and hear stories that bring this picturesque village alive. Continue to Cape Bonavista to admire the beautiful cliffs and coastlines. In Bonavista, learn how modern North America began when John Cabot made landfall here in 1497. A visit to Ryan Premises National Historic Site commemorates the prosperous fishing industry from the early 1500s to present day.

Day 10: Clarenville-Witless Bay Cruise – St. John’s

Rejoin the Trans-Canada Highway and travel to Witless Bay Islands, where whales and puffins abound. Board your boat for a narrated Cruise around the three islands. Newfoundland has the largest concentration of humpback whales in the world, and is also known as the “Seabird Capital of North America,” with the largest Atlantic puffin sanctuary in North America. Continue to St. John’s, visiting Cape Spear National Historic Site en route, the most easterly point in North America.

Hotel: Delta St. John’s, 2 nights

Day 11: St. John’s

Tour the oldest settlement in North America with a Local Guide. Visit Signal Hill National Historic Site, Cabot Tower, the Old Town, and the Basilica of St. John the Baptist. This afternoon is free to explore on your own. You may wish to visit The Rooms, where you can immerse yourself in the local culture through history, heritage, and artistic expression or spend time browsing the many boutiques and galleries of St. John’s. This evening, your Tour Director hosts a special farewell dinner that includes a traditional Screech-In ceremony. Wonderful conversation and cuisine make the perfect finale for your tour.

Day 12: St. John’s

The tour ends this morning with guests departing on individual schedules.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
June: 13, 22, 25, 29$3,999.00Price on Application
July: 01, 12, 18, 26, 27, 28, 29$3,999.00Price on Application
August: 08, 11, 12, 17, 24, 30, 29$3,999.00Price on Application
September: 05, 07$3,949.00Price on Application
Inclusions 
Meals: 11 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 6 dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 11 nights accommodation
Guide: Professional Tour Director
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Wonders of the Maritimes & Scenic Cape Breton

Discover the heart of Canada’s Atlantic seacoast on this wonderful holiday. This tour begins and ends in Halifax with overnights also in Moncton, Charlottetown, and Baddeck. Along the way, you’ll experience scenic drives, visit beautiful national parks and quaint fishing villages, and enjoy special adventures arranged by Globus.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive In Halifax

Welcome to Halifax! At 6 pm, meet your travelling companions for a welcome drink. Your Tour Director will prepare you for your upcoming adventure.

Hotel: Westin Nova Scotian, 2 nights

Day 2: Halifax – Excursion to Peggy’s Cove & Lunenburg

This morning, visit Peggy’s Cove, one of Canada’s most charming fishing villages. Enjoy a traditional Nova Scotian Breakfast, where you can choose local specialties, like fish cakes. Have your camera ready for spectacular shots of this famous lighthouse and picturesque setting. We then venture to Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After a brief orientation tour, enjoy free time. Explore the quaint Main Street, shop for souvenirs, or spend time at the Fisheries Museum to learn more about this major fishing port. The rest of the day is at leisure. Maybe visit the Maritimes Museum, which explains the area’s seafaring past, or perhaps tour Alexander Keith’s Brewery, which has been making the home-grown favourite since the early 1880s.

Day 3: Halifax – Sugar Moon Farm – Moncton

This morning, enjoy an orientation of Halifax, including the public gardens and harbor area. Before arriving in New Brunswick, we’ll stop at Sugar Moon Farm to enjoy a Maritime Sugar Camp Lunch, along with a guided tour and traditional sugar camp treat. We spend the evening in Moncton, originally founded by a group of Acadians and then Pennsylvania Dutch immigrants from Philadelphia. Your Tour Director will have suggestions for the best way to spend your evening.

Hotel: Delta Beausejour

Day 4: Moncton – Hopewell Rocks – Charlottetown

This morning, travel to Hopewell Rocks and learn about the highest and wildest tides in the world, which rise and fall up to 16 Metres (52 feet) each day. Time and tide have carved from the cliffs and coves distinctive sandstone formations topped with trees. Learn more about the region’s nature and wildlife with a visit to CAPE Jourimain Nature centre. Then, drive across 13 kilometre (8-mile) long Confederation Bridge, the longest of its kind. Cross onto Prince Edward Island and continue to Charlottetown. Tonight, enjoy a Lobster Supper at a local restaurant.

Hotel: Delta Prince Edward, 2 nights

Day 5: Charlottetown

A guided tour of the island includes a drive to the fishing port of North Rustico Harbour to see the sand dunes and lovely beaches of Prince Edward Island National Park, along with a visit to Green Gables farmhouse. Later, enjoy lunch at Prince Edward Island Preserve Company, and be treated to a traditional Ceilidh-a folk music party. You are sure to be entertained and to get your toes tapping! The rest of the day is at leisure to explore on your own, do some shopping, or relax in one of Charlottetown’s fine restaurants.

Day 6: Charlottetown – Pictou – Baddeck

This morning, board a Ferry that whisks you across the Northumberland Strait to Pictou, known as the “Birthplace of New Scotland.” It was here that the first ship of Scottish Highlanders landed in Nova Scotia in 1773. Then, visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, where exhibits trace the achievements of the great inventor who spent his last years on Cape Breton.

Hotel: Silver Dart Lodge, 2 nights

Day 7: Baddeck – Excursion to Cape Breton Highlands National Park

This morning, travel along the Cabot Trail, considered one of the most scenic drives in the world. Proceed along the coast, savouring magnificent vistas of the rocky shoreline and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Enter Cape Breton Highlands National Park, a landscape that strikingly resembles Scottish coastal regions. Tonight, perhaps join in a local Ceilidh in Baddeck.

Day 8: Baddeck – Halifax

Cross over the Canso Causeway and continue across Nova Scotia to Halifax. Upon arrival, visit the Citadel Hill with its early 19th-century, starshaped fort. Tonight, join your Tour Director and new friends at a festive farewell dinner-the perfect finale to your Maritimes holiday.

Day 9: Depart Halifax

The tour ends this morning with guests departing on individual schedules.

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
June: 11, 25, 27$3,439.00Price on Application
July: 02, 04, 09. 16, 23, 30$3,439.00Price on Application
August: 01, 06, 08. 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29$3,439.00Price on Application
September: 03$3,439.00Price on Application
September: 05, 10, 12, 17, 19, 22, 24, 26$3,459.00Price on Application
September: 29$3,409.00Price on Application
Inclusions 
Meals: 8 breakfasts, 3lunches, 3 dinners
Transport:Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 08 nights accommodation
Guide:Professional Tour Director
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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