Come Away With Us
Stoke your wanderlust with our bucket of themes and trip ideas.
Discover the BalkansWander the ancient city of Split built among the Roman ruins of Diocletian's Palace, visit the historic bridge of Mostar, discover where eastern delicacies meet western traditions in Sarajevo, enjoy a market visit and picnic lunch. 12-day comfort adventure from USD $2,999 per person. (UD141213160916)
Chinese & Tibetan Buddhism in SichuanEmbark on a spiritual journey into China's Buddhist heart. In Sichuan province, explore the history & temples of Chengdu before taking a trip to Leshan, where the huge, 71m tall Giant Buddha overlooks the Min River. Following an encounter with local pandas, guests then head up into sacred mountains where ancient towns and monasteries are nestled among the hills, grasslands, valleys and glaciers.
Christmas Island Escapade, ex-JakartaChristmas Island is World Heritage-listed for its fresh water mangrove swamp and its amazing 35 endemic species of animals. Bird watching and private bird tours are a common interest for many visitors, with many different types of nature walks and adventure tours to choose from. No wonder Christmas Island is known as the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean and a Natural Wonder of the World.
Grand Trans-Siberian Express: Westbound from Beijing to MoscowExperience the legendary Trans-Siberian & the Trans-Mongolian Railways on board a private charter train. Forget hassles of packing and unpacking every day. Your cabin is your “home on wheels” during the entire rail cruise journey. Your cabin is your “home on wheels” during the entire rail cruise journey. The Grand Trans-Siberian offers a choice of 4 accommodation categories from Economy to Deluxe as well as a restaurant, a bar and a conference area for lectures. From Mongolia to Russia you travel onboard the Grand Trans-Siberian Express.
Himalayan DiscoveryThis 4-day package introduces you to the ancient Buddhist land of Bhutan. Based at Uma Paro, our experienced local guides lead us for two and a half days on walks through the Paro Valley, incorporating four defining attractions: the Taktsang ‘Tiger’s Nest’ Monastery, the National Museum, Drukgyel Dzong and a visit to the ancient temple of Kyichu Lhakhang.