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Welcome onboard our eight days trip up along the north-west territories of Spitsbergen; an area rich on both historical sites and wildlife. Focusing on this one area, although relatively ... morelarge, allows us more time at the different places where we anchor, as well as time ashore.
We will spend time on the remote areas up north such as the north-western islands, the Bockfjord, and the Liefdefjord.
This is a spectacular Arctic adventure, that will show you the amazing Svalbard nature, plenty of wildlife - and you'll learn how to sail during the trip!
12th August – Meeting onboard and sail out the Icefjord We meet onboard the boat in the harbour of Longyearbyen, and start to get to know the other guests, the boat and the equipment. ... moreTogether we stow all our gear and the food, and then we go through a safety drill and practice handling the boat and sails. After making sure we are all set to go we sail straight over the fjord from Longyearbyen to Tempelet (The Temple) with it’s impressive shapes in sand and stone. Then we head out of the Icefjord and north. During the night we will sail on the inside of Prins Karls Forland and through the shallow passage of the Forlands-reef.

13th August - Krossfjorden and the surrounding sites
During the day we will reach Krossfjorden (Cross-fjord) and later on the Lilliehöökfjord. Here we will visit the Lilliehöök-glacier with its 8 kilometer long glacier edge. There is need to rush in these surrondings! Later in the day we will sail back out the fjord and head further north towards the Magdalena-fjord.

14th August – The Magdalena-fjord and the north western islands
Coming up on the north western side the Magdalena fjord we will find today’s first point of interest. The beautiful fjord with ice in the water and high peaks around is named after the guardian angel of early Basque whalers; Maria Magdalena. The fjord was an important base for whaling already from the 16th century. Many also died here, and there are a number of burial sites in the area. As we sail further north we reach more protected waters amongst the north-western Islands, the Smeerenberg-fjord. We will visit the Danish-island and the Amsterdam-island with history from the 16th century hunting for whales in this area. At the peak in the 1630s there were about 250 boats hunting about 750 whales per summer. Thus the whale population sank quickly and so did the number of whalers.
Then 250 years later the Danish island became relevant once again as a base for several polar expeditions in the 18th and 19th century. Virgohavna on the north side was the base for the André expedition of 1896-97 and later the Wellman-expedition of 1906, 07, and 09.
Opposite from Virgohamna we may visit the Smeerenberg-point; the main whaling-station of the Dutch during the peak years of 1617-42. The sites on Danish Island and Amsterdam Island are very popular and also protected, hence the permit to go ashore here is shared with other vessels.

15th August - 17th August – Fjord-sailing into the longer fjords on the north side
The next days we sail into the longer fjords with entrance from north; the Raudfjord, the Liefdefjord and the Bock-fjord. These fjords are home to many reindeers and seels, and polar bears are regularly seen. The glaciers are fascinating, and in the Bock-fjord we will find three springs with water heated by thermal activity, allowing us to indulge in a warm bath!

18th – 20th August – Sailing back south
Early on the 18th we will start our way back towards Longyearbyen. If we get good weather it will give us time to visit more places on the way, such as New Ålesund and Barentsburg.

We will be in Longyearbyen late on the 19th and conclude the trip with a good lunch together in the city the day after. Instead of rushing directly to the airport we recommend that you spend an extra night or day in Longyearbyen to let the experiences of the last ten days sink, and maybe explore some of the things Longyearbyen has to offer.
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Everest Panorama Trekking is a perfect trekking destination in Everest Region for those who have less time but still want to have a close view of Mount Everest, provides a close look ... moreto the rich culture of friendly Sherpa community of Nepal along with the amazing scenery of some highest peaks of the world including Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Thamserku and many others over 8000m Mountain.
Everest Panorama Trek is relatively easy and short compared to other treks. But still, it brings us face to face with the rich scenic beauty and takes us up along the trails leading ... moreto Tengboche monastery without having to face the struggle of high altitude trekking. Everest Panorama Trek starts with strolling around the periphery of Kathmandu Valley, the capital city of Nepal, during which we can gain a first distant view of Sagarmatha also known as Mount Everest.

After a short flight we reach to Khumbu, from where we can enjoy the magnificence view of Mount Everest, classic view of Am da blam and rich traditions followed in Thyangboche Monastery during our trekking period. We will also get an opportunity to be acquainted with friendly Sherpa community of Namche Bazaar as well as a remote village of Thame. Although short in time period, it offers an excellent insight to the delights of trekking in Himalayan region for all the nature- lovers. Therefore, Everest Panorama Treks is an ideal option for those who are under the pressure of busy schedule but are looking for closeness to nature.

Day to Day Itinerary
Day 01 Arrival in Tribhuwan International Airport at Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.Our Airport Representative will come to pick up and transferred to hotel by private tourist vehicle. Overnight at hotel.BB

Day 02 Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley. 5-6 hours. Overnight at Hotel.Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing Tour and Preparation for Trekking.Sightseeing of world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley including, Kathmandu Darbar square, Swayambhunath Temple, Boudhanath . Overnight at hotel.BB

Day 03 30 minutes fly to Lukla (2840m) and Trek to Phakding (2650m). 3hours. Overnight at Guest House. An early morning 15 Minute Drive to Tribhuwan international Airport in Kathmandu for the 35 minute scenic flight to Tenzing and Hillary Airport at Lukla at 2804meters. On arrival at the airport guide will brief you and introduce our porters before we begin our trek towards Phakding at 2610meters.After landing we have time to explore the village while our Sherpa crew sort and load our trekking equipment. Then we begin our trek by descending towards the Dudh Kosi River where we join the main trail to Namche Bazaar, located just above Chaunrikharka (2713m). The walking is easy and after passing through the small village of Ghat (2550m) it is a short walk to Phakding. Overnight at Guesthouse

Day 04 Trek to Namche Bazaar (3441m). 6 hours. Overnight at Guest House. We continue trekking along the banks of the Dudh Kosi,crossing this majestic river many times on exciting suspension bridges laden with prayer flags. After entering Sagamartha National Park, the trail climbs steeply with breathtaking views. Namche Bazaar known as the Gateway to Everest which is home to many quality restaurants, hotels, lodges, shops, Money echange, internet cafe and a bakery. Namche is one of the biggest villages along the whole Everest trail. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 05 Acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar. Overnight at Guest House. We will spend a day here in order to acclimatize and adjust to the thinning of the air. We will take a short trek to the museum celebrating the traditional customs of the Sherpa people to visit. Today we hike up the Syangboche Airport, around Everest View Hotel. From this point, we see rewarding views of the Himalayas with a stunning sunrise or sunset over the panorama of the Khumbu peaks. Overnight at guesthouse.

Day 06 Trek to Tengboche (3860m). 5 hours. Overnight at Guest House. We trek to an altitude of 3860meters today. On reaching Tengboche your guide will tell you about the local monastery situated here. The group will be taken to observe a prayer ceremony either in the evening or morning depending on how the days trekking went. Overnight at guesthouse

Day 07 Trek to Namche Bazaar (3441m). 1:30 minutes. Overnight at Guest House. Following down same trail, leaving the mountains behind us our descent takes us from Tengboche Monastery (3860 meters) before continuing back to the town of Namche Bazaar.Overnight at guesthouse

Day 08 Trek to Lukla (2840m). . Overnight at Guest House. Finally we return to Lukla where the trek began, which seems a lifetime ago. Enjoying time to reflect on the trek as a group and the personal achievement of all those who took part.Overnight at guesthouse.

Day 09 Fly back to Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel. Overnight at Hotel. We reflect upon the mountains you have recently visited for one last time before 35 minute Scenic flight back to Kathmandu. On arrival in Kathmandu we are met and transferred back to our starting hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 10 Transfer to International Airport for your onward destination.

Cost Include
To quote you with an exact or approximate price, we need the number of persons in your group, the category of hotel, the mode of transportation (by plane or by bus or by jeep etc) & any alternation in your itinerary. Please contact us with these important details first so that we can get back to you on the cost.

Airport/Hotel/Airport picks up and drops and all grounded transportation by private vehicle.

4 nights hotel in Kathmandu on BB plan at 4**** hotel.

1 expert tour guide and entrance fees for sightseeing in Kathmandu.

Meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) and all accommodations during the trekking.

A highly experience well trained government license holder trekking guide, sherpa, required porters (1 porter between 2 people) and their meals, accommodations, salary, insurances and equipments.

Round trip flight tickets (Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu) with domestic airport taxes.

First Aid kit.

Sagarmatha National Park Permit and TIMs (Trekkers information management system).

Duffle bag, Sleeping bag, Down Jacket and Walking Pole (if needed)

All government taxes.

Cost Exclude

Meals in Kathmandu apart from breakfast.

Travel insurance.

International flight tickets to and from Kathmandu.

Nepal entry visa fee, which is easily issued upon your arrival at Tribhuwan international airport at Kathmandu.

Your personal first aid kit, equipment and items of personal nature.

All kind of drinks (Water/Coke/alcoholic beverage and hot drinks) and hot shower during the trek.
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This is a 3 day classic safari in the Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater.
Day 1: Arusha to Serengeti On this morning you start your 3 days Serengeti Ngorongoro Safari Tour. We set out for the endless open plains and stunning skies of the Serengeti. A scenic ... morefour hour drive, full day game drive together with late evening game drive. Dinner and overnight at Campsite.

Day 2: Serengeti to Ngorongoro Crater

After an early morning game drive in Serengeti National park, you will find a picnic site and enjoy an early lunch, proceed to Ngorongoro, where the night will be spent on the Crater Rim.

Day 3: Ngorongoro Crater to Arusha

Early breakfast, proceed directly to the Crater floor for a full day crater tour with picnic lunches. Later proceed back to Arusha in the evening, drop off at your hotel or town. End of your 3 Days Serengeti Ngorongoro Crater Safari Tour
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Sri Lanka
This package is for the adrenaline junkies who yearn for high intensity activities! You will hike through the beautiful plateau of Horton plains, raft through the powerful rapids in ... moreKithulgala, snorkel at the countries protected marine park and finally learn to surf in one of the best surfing destinations in the world!
Itinerary Day 1- Arrival in Colombo Pick up from airport and transfer to hotel You will be met by a crew member who will welcome you and review the details of the tour with you and ... morethereafter drop you off at your hotel in Colombo.

Day 2- Travel to Horton Plains for hiking
Travel time- 6 hours
You will be met by your chauffeur guide at your hotel who will then transport you to Horton Plains. You will spend the evening hiking in Horton plains and will then return to your hotel in Nuwara Eliya where you will spend the night and relax.

Day 3- Travel to Kithulgala for white water rafting
Travel time- 2 hours
You will be transported to Kithulgala from Nuwara Eliya. In Kithulgala, you will enjoy a session of white water rafting and river bathing

Day 4- Travel to Trincomalee for a session of snorkeling
Travel time- 5 and half hours
You will travel to Trincomalee from Kithulgala where you go on a snorkeling trip to a protected marine part called Pigeon Island where you will see several species of fish. You will spend the rest of the day at your leisure at your hotel.

Day 5- Travel to Arugambay for a surfing lesson
Travel time- 5 hours
You will travel to Arugambay from Trincomalee where you will spend the day out in the ocean learning how to surf. You can also spend your time swimming in the ocean and finally have a well deserved rest in the night at your hotel.

Day 6-Return to Colombo
Travel time- 7 and half hours
You will return to Colombo and your trusted chauffeur guide will drop you off at the airport and ensure you are on time for your flight.

This package includes some strenuous activities but nothing a healthy individual cannot handle!

Age requirement
Suitable for ages above 12

Service Level
Standard (Comfortable accommodation in star class hotels with private transport with chauffeur)


Accommodation on half board basis

Private vehicle with A/C

All entry tickets and activities

Dedicated guide (Adventure taker)



Mid day meals
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These Algonquin Park canoe trips are perfect for people on a tight schedule or a tight budget, but who still want an introduction into wilderness camping. We provide all food, permits, ... morea knowledgeable guide, and all equipment (except personal items like sleeping bags, flashlights – a packing check list is provided). We can even provide transportation from Toronto as an option.
Day 1 – Arrive in Algonquin Park Pickup at Finch Subway Station in Toronto (optional – you can drive yourself to Algonquin Park). We meet at 1pm at the Permit Office at Rock Lake in ... moreAlgonquin Park. Before we start your guide will instruct everyone on the necessary skills and techniques for canoeing. With your “Expedition weight” kevlar canoes we will paddle into one of the interior lakes of Algonquin Park (Pen Lake). While kevlar canoes are much more fragile than other canoes, requiring you to be careful around rocks, you will appreciate their relative lightness on portages and their speed in the water. This differentiates Call Of The Wild from other canoe tripping companies. Our canoes are much more expensive and fragile, but much lighter and faster than the more durable whitewater canoes they use. 

At the end of this three day canoe trip you won’t be an expert but you will know how to pack and steer a canoe. After a three hour paddle (including a 300m portage) you will arrive at your wilderness camp. Since this is a true interior wilderness camp you will have to bring everything with you in the canoes, including the tents.

Once you establish camp, with the help of your experienced guide, you are free to explore the lake we are on. There are several large rapids that were once used as log chutes that are quite interesting. Also, in this area it is quite common to see moose grazing by the edge of the lake – we have seen over a half dozen moose in a two day period here! 

Dinner will consist of fresh food, prepared on site, and enjoyed by the side of a blazing campfire! Afterwards, you can sit and watch the Milky Way rise slowly above your heads. The sky is so clear in Algonquin Park that you can even count satellites passing by. And if you’re really lucky you may even hear wolves howling in the distance. This is real Canadian camping!

Day 2 – Exploring Algonquin by Canoe

Today is a day of exploration. You can spend it exploring the lake you are on, by canoe, looking for moose, or perhaps do another portage and canoe up a meandering river. If you decide to try another lake one option is to do a short portage past an old dam used for logging, and then canoe the slow moving waters of the South Madawaska River. Since you will have to get out of our canoes to pull them over several beaver dams be sure to bring shoes or sandals for the water! Depending on where you establish your base camp, another option would be to canoe half way down the lake and then do a couple of portages, ending with a 1.7 km hike to Welcome Lake. This is one of the prettiest lakes in Algonquin Park, with a nice sandy beach. Perfect for picnic destination on a sunny day.

Day 3 – Canoeing Home

After an early morning breakfast you pack up camp, load the canoes, and start the paddle home. The early start is a great opportunity to see moose or deer (if you are lucky) coming to the lake shore to drink. You will be backtracking your route through two lakes and one portage, but everything looks different in the opposite direction!

Depending on weather and wave conditions you will stop at a cliff face where we will show you some ancient pictographs painted by the Natives centuries ago. 

You will get back to our starting point on Rock Lake at about 11 am. If you chose the optional transportation then you will be dropped off at Finch subway station in Toronto at about 4 pm.

Tour dates:
May 19 – May 21 July 28 – July 30

May 26 – May 28 Aug. 4 – Aug. 6

June 2 – June 4 Aug. 11 – Aug. 13

June 9 – June 11 Aug. 18 – Aug. 20

June 16 – June 18 Aug. 25 – Aug. 27

June 23 – June 25 Sept. 1 – Sept. 3

June 30 – July 2 Sept. 8 – Sept. 10

July 7 – July 9 Sept. 15 – Sept. 17

July 14 – July 16 Sept. 22 – Sept. 24

July 21 – July 23 Sept. 29 – Oct. 1
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Our ten day historic tour includes the major historical sites of the North with a trip by road from Bahir Dar to Axum via Gondar and the Simien Mountains. This tour includes three ... moredomestic flights on Ethiopian Airlines; which is optional and can be custom made.
Day 01‐Addis Ababa Arrival in Addis Ababa early morning, Ethiopia's capital perched on the high plateau at 2400 meters altitude. Welcome by guide and transfer to hotel downtown. A ... morelittle rest and pick up from your hotel to start the day with visit the Entoto Mountain, 3,200 m, the northern edge of the city. There you would have a panoramic view of the city and visit the Palace and Museum dedicated to the King Menelik II, the founder of Addis Ababa. It is from this hilltop that Emperor Menelik II and his wife, the Empress Taitu, planned the foundation of the city. After seeing a thin column of steam in the lower part of the city, Empress Taitu headed to this place and discovered hot springs, and a flower, which inspired the name “New Flower" for the city. The museum houses gifts, bequests, purchases, trades, and expedition’s related to Emperor Menelik II and Empress Tailtu. Later head to Trinity Cathedral church, resting place of Emperor Haile Selassie. The city's religious cornerstone is ringed by graves, though it's the two tombs inside that really count, for this church is as much about Selassie as saviours.

Begin the afternoon sightseeing day in prehistory at the National Museum of Ethiopia, where the attraction is Lucy, a 107‐centimetre‐tall, 3.2‐million‐year‐old skeleton. You’ll find a reconstruction of the skeleton laid out in a glass case.

Overnight Hotel ‐ Addis Ababa

Day 02‐Addis Ababa ‐ Bahir Dar

Fly to Bahir Dar on Ethiopian Airlines/drive (Optional). In the morning, take a boat trip on Lake Tana to visit two monasteries, Ura Kidane Miheret, found on the Zege Peninsular, dates from the 14 century. To get to this hilltop church, you walk about 500 metres from the boat landing, past coffee plantations. The brightest colours of the church illustrate scenes of King David and Moses leading the Jews out of Egypt. Afternoon drive 30 km rough road to see the Blue Nile Fallsor Tiss Abay, virtually a trademark of Ethiopia and for a short hike in the area. After crossing the Blue Nile through an old Portuguese bridge (built in the 16th century), continuing on foot along a path to a superb scenery overlooking the falls (400 m long and 45 m high). Water rushes into a deep gorge giving rise to clouds of steam and in rainbows.

Overnight Hotel ‐ Bahir Dar

Day 03‐Bahir Dar – Gondar

We leave the shores of Lake Tana in the direction of the town of Gondar, located at 2200 m altitude. Some stop along the way to see women making the staple food, Enjera and birds around in the marshal of Lake Tana. In the afternoon, start tour the medieval town of Gondar with its royal enclosure, a UNESCO World Heritage site featuring five castles built by a successive King in the early 17th century. Next head to the bathing pool attributed to King Fasiledes, which has two story building, believed to have been the kings’ weekend retreat. Visit the church of Debre Birhan Selassie, famous for its religious art and especially its iconic ceiling depicting angels and the ruins of Kuskuam found on the outskirts of the own, built for Empress Mentewab in the 1700’s.

Overnight Hotel ‐ Gondar

Day 04‐Simien Mountains

Early departure first to Debark and then to Sankabar the gateway to the Simien Mountains National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Often compared to the Great American Canyon, these volcanic mountains of Basalt and Gneiss, are an extremely steep terrain, the result of intense erosion. We are at the heart of the highlands located at an average altitude of 3300 m and where many peaks reaching over 4,000 m including Ras Dashen, 4543 m, the highest point of the country. Enjoy some light trek in the afternoon in the park, between Sankaber (3250 m) and the large waterfall Jinbar. The trail proceeds along the vast escarpment, first slightly uphill before starting a descent to the waterfall.

Overnight Lodge/Camping (Optional)

Day 05‐Simien Mountains ‐ Axum
Take a scenic drive to Axum, capital of the ancient Axumite Empire, today modest town yet with great history and memory. On the road you would enjoy one of the most beautiful scene in the country. Frequent stops to appreciate view points of Limalimo, Tekeze River Gorge. Arrive in Axum late afternoon.

Overnight Hotel ‐ Axum

Day 06‐Axum

Tour Axum town, which has astonishing monuments that made the town one of the UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit St. Mary of Zion church, which houses the Ark of the Covenant. Tour the ancient stele fields, standing for 2000 years. Visit the new Archaeological Museum. Visit other tombs and archaeological sites. (On Saturdays: Colourful market). Finally, visit a small museum that contains the crowns of Ethiopian kings and other treasures.

Overnight Hotel ‐ Axum

Day 07‐Axum‐ Hawzein

Drive from Axum to Hawzein via Adwa and Adigrat. Adwa is a town with tremendous importance to Ethiopians because it is in the hills surrounding that Menelik II defeated the conquering Italian army in March 1896. A visit to Yeha, a magnificent Sabean temple (5th century BC) converted into a church dedicated to Abba Afse, one of the nine founders of Ethiopian Christianity. Destination Hawzen, a small town that lies near the Gere’alta mountain range and many beautiful rock‐hewn churches.

Overnight hotel‐Hawzein

Day 08‐Gere’alta

A demanding day with climbing and an hour walking to reach Mariam Korkor church, one of the largest and most interesting rock hewn churches in Tigary and visit the nearby chapel, Abune Daniel. It would take half day,

Afternoon Dugum Selassie church, an important archaeological site with a tomb reminiscent of King Kaleb. This church was once an important pilgrimage centre and today is important in the history of Christianity in Ethiopia. Continue to the church of Maryam Papasetti built at 2000 m altitude in the shelter of a cliff and consists of three rooms in a row. Access to the church is through a pleasant path. By late afternoon, return to lodge.

Overnight hotel‐Gere‐alta

Day 09‐Lalibela on the road visit Yimerhana Kirstos Church

A highlight of the trip! These churches, some of which are fully monolithic were dug from the roof to the base. Nicknamed the "African Jerusalem", the site reproduced shrines connected by a system of tunnels and underground, distributed on either side of a river symbolizing the Jordan.

Tour the magnificent rock‐hewn churches of Lalibela, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This group of eleven monolithic and semi‐monolithic structures were carved directly into the stone. This complex boasts the largest monolithic church in the world, a maze of passageways and tunnels, intricately carved reliefs, and fabulous examples of icon paintings. Tour of Beta Medhanialem the largest and highest, Beta Mariam, the favorite of King Lalibela himself that is superbly decorated. Continue with the discovery of churches Bet Meskel, Bete Denaghel, Michael Beta and Beta Golgotha. The afternoon will be devoted entirely to the discovery of the Southern group, Beta Emanuel, considered the most refined monolithic church in the style of Axum,Bete Merkorios, Beta Gabriel and Raphael and Beta Abba Libanos which according to tradition, was built in one night the wife of King Lalibela with the help of angels. We complete the visit with the church that has the shape of cross, the emblematic Bete Giorgis.

Overnight hotel ‐ Lalibela

Day 10‐Fly to Addis Ababa/Drive (Optional)

Fly to Addis Ababa. Souvenir shopping, Day Use hotel, Traditional Ethiopian dinner farewell, featuring dancers and musicians of the country's folk groups. In the evening a welfare dinner held in the magnificent Traditional Restaurant of the city and after a pleasant drop down to Airport.


Airport Transportation in Ethiopia‐Locally

Ground transfers

Nights hotel accommodation

Entrance Fee of the sites

Meals (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner): full board

Services of different languages speaking skilled and experienced guide

Drinking water 1.5 litres per person per day


Seedling on the road

Not included

Personal and baggage insurance

Luggage handling in the airport



Tips or Gratitude

Optional activities

Laundry, Personal Toiletries and items of a personal nature
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Day Tours

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Lofoten, Norway
There are approximately 75 species of whales in Norway, where they are a part of the marine ecosystem of the North Sea. They either eat fish, or they compete with fish for their food. ... moreMost whales need to eat the equivalent of approximately five per cent of their body weight every day. They are beautiful and gentle giants.
The North Sea is a very rich food source. Here whales can feed all year round; these waters are the perfect habitat for many types of cetaceans such as sperm whales, humpback whales, ... morepilot whales, minke whales, fin whales and killer whales.

In summer time the Norwegian sea is populated mostly by sperm whales. They spend the summer in the cold Atlantic waters before starting their migration towards warmer waters again in the autumn.

The whales are gentle marine mammals and observing them is a moment of joy and beauty. The Sperm whales are huge mammals and they need deep waters to dive.

Where do we go?
To observe these fantastic creatures, we have to transfer to Andenes in the Vesterålen Islands.
Andenes is about 200 kilometres from Svolvær and it is the best place to spot and admire these gigantic, but gentle creatures.
It takes about 3 hours to reach Andenes from Svolvær. This is good opportunity to drive all along this small archipelago called Vesterålen.
We like to define this excursion as a fantastic and complete experience. You will experience a new archipelago and its amazing landscape and the joy of seeing the whales in their own environment.
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Now you have the opportunity to see Oslo from a entirely new perspective. Combine kayaking with a guided trip down a river that for centuries has been the heart of the industry in ... moreOslo.
The tour starts below Mathallen in the Vulcan area and takes about 1,5 hours. From here we paddle through the middle of town, surrounded by old and new buildings. We continue down ... moreto Grønland and through a 500m long tunnel that comes out beside the opera house into the Oslo fjord. We take up the boats here. This is a quiet part of the river and is ideal for both beginners and those who have paddled before.

This trip is suitable for those who have only seen kayaking on TV and for those who have paddled a little before.
Ps. Tunnel is a little dark in some places, but the instructor will have a head lamp.

Practical info:
- Transportation back and forth is not included but can be arranged on request
- You wil get wet
- Bring: towel, rain pants, shoes that can get wet and clothes for the weather conditions
- Loans of kayak equipment, life vest and helmet
- Possibility of storing personal belongings in our vehicle
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Try canyoning, an amazing nature experience in a spectacular environment! Follow an exciting and challenging course through the canyon, including rappelling, tight ropes, cliff jumping ... moreinto the river, bouldering, a zip line and swimming!
The trip takes place directly downstream from the renowned Gudbrands Canyon, approximately 15 kilometers frow downtown Valldal, towards Trollstigen. The course is located in an breathtaking ... morecanyon, where placid water runs between vertical granite walls. Within the canyon we have built a course of obstacles, travelling down the canyon. The first challenge is a rappel down onto a large rock ledge, followed by a rope bridge, stretched across to the other side of the canyon. From there we traverse down towards the water, diving the last portion into the river. After a short swim in the refreshing water, we climb up again, ready for more jumping, swimming, climbing and ziplining. The trip ends with a swim through a white water rapid at the end of the canyon. 

Meet-up and equipment
Meet up at our office in downtown Valldal. Here you will receive all the necessary equipment for a trip through the canyon. Wetsuits, life-preservers, and wet-shoes ensure you stay warm in the sometimes chilly Norwegian water. Helmets, harnesses and safety ropes ensure we stay safe during our trip down the river. Once all participants are ready, wearing their equipment, we head for the parking area at Gudbrandsjuvet canyon. From here it is a short walk to the edge of the canyon. At the edge, the lead guide will give an informational and safety briefing to participants, before we split up into groups, and head into the abyss!

Things to bring 
Bring wool long underwear when the weather is cool. A layer of wool beneath wetsuits dramatically increases warmth. Remember to bring dry clothes to change into.

All equipment is included. Participants are provided with wetsuits, wet-jackets, shoes, life-preservers, helmets, climbing harnesses, and safety ropes.


Are there any special requirements for joining a canyoning trip?
Canyoning is the most demanding activity we provide. Participants must be in reasonable physical shape, and not be afraid of water or heights. Previous experience is not required, we provide all necessary instruction.

What is the maximum number of participants on a tour?
We have a maximum capacity of 36 guests per tour. Larger groups are free to contact us regarding other activities.

What is the minimum age of participants?
Participants must be at least 15 years of age for both rafting and canyonging trips. Exceptions may be made in some cases. Please contact us.

What is the minimum number of participants on a tour?
We require a minimum of 6 participants to arrange a trip. Smaller groups are coordinated with other groups, ensuring the number of participants.

What is the season?
The season is from july to september
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Sipi falls is a set of three waterfalls situated along the foothills of Mountain Elgon in Kapchorwa District. They are Uganda’s most beautiful waterfalls and the prime tourist attraction ... moreof Eastern Uganda.
They offer an exciting hiking adventure along the base of Mountain Elgon, which includes visiting all the three waterfalls, enjoy the magnificent views of the Mountains and the distant plains of the Karamojong in Karamoja, go through the local communities of the Sabie people, and their coffee farmlands.
Pick up, and day plan Have an early cup of coffee/tea and prepare for pick-up from your hotel in Kampala by 6.00am. This is early enough to beat the menacing morning traffic jam of ... moreKampala. You travel eastwards on the Kampala-Jinja highway via Iganga through Mbale and head for Sipi, a 6-hour journey.
Upon arrival and after a brief relaxation, you get a local guide to lead the hike, starting with the top-most waterfall, descending down till the bottom waterfalls which is also the main sipi Waterfall. The waterfalls measure 85m, 75m and 100m respectively.

The entire hike will take close to 4 hours or less depending on the level of fitness from the adventure hikers. However, given that you are descending for most of the hike, even first-time hikers can complete within 4 hours. Alternatively, you can choose to leave out one of the waterfalls when you feel the fatigue getting enough of you. The hikes leading us to either of the waterfalls takes us through the arabica coffee plantations.

After the hike, transfer to one of the accommodations overlooking the main waterfalls for lunch. Thereafter embark on the return trip to Kampala, arriving late evening.

⇒Airport transfers pick up and drop off
⇒Transport in private car
⇒Driver guide
⇒Hiking guide fee
⇒Entrance fee
⇒Pure Bottled drinking water
⇒All activities mentioned in itinerary

The expenses of personal nature like:
⇒Uganda Visa
⇒Luxury drinks
⇒Personal laundry
⇒Tips to local guides
⇒Telephone Fee
⇒Porter fee while Birding
⇒Personal insurance
⇒Personal shopping bills and cigarettes.
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This is a one day excursion to Arusha National Park. We will do a game drive seeing african wild animals. The park is located close to the foot of the mighty Mount Meru.
Arusha National Park is located northeast of Arusha City. The Park is approximately 552 square km (212 square miles), and is situated about 60km (35 miles) from Kilimanjaro International ... moreAirport and 40 minutes drive from Arusha Town.

Day Itinerary
On the day of your excursion, a representative and a driver/guide will pick you up from your hotel around 9 am. You will embark on the drive to Arusha National Park, which is 40-60 minutes from either Arusha or Moshi Town.

On this tour, expect to enjoy the beautiful topography that engulfs Arusha National Park. The Park’s unique landscape punctuated by the Momela Lake, forest habitat, Ngurdoto Crater provides an outstanding backdrop for an enjoyable viewing of the wide assortment of wildlife. Imagine the Park lies by the foot of the Mount Meru and you can sight the horizon of the Meru, as well as view the imposing and breath-taking snow capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro at a distance.

During this day excursion, expect to see a variety of wildlife such as the snooping blue monkey, colorful turaco and trogon, the excitable Colobus and velvet monkeys, buffalos, warthogs, gracefully giraffes gliding about, lazy hippos laying about, red forest duikers, the imposing elephants, zebras grazing, antelopes, flamingos and waterfowl around the Momela Lake. For anyone interested in leisurely hikes, an armed park ranger will accompany you as you stroll across the sweeping parklands. Afterwards, you can enjoy your picnic lunch by the Momela Lake and in the late afternoon you may engage in a canoeing safari [optional] and then leisurely finish your game drive as you depart the park. You will be dropped off at your hotel.


Tour Inclusions:
4x4 Safari vehicle inclusive of driver/guide
Parks entry fees
Game drives
Pinic Lunch at a picnic site in the park
Tourism development levy and 18% VAT
1.5L of drinking water per day per person

Tour Exclusions
Inoculations and personal insurance
Optional activities and excursions
Other personal expenses

Additional & optional activities:
Walking Safari
Canoeing Safari
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Join our Bugmati and Khokana tour!
Our Bugmati and Khokana tour starts at 9:00 am from your hotel in Kathmandu after having breakfast and we will drop you to you at the same hotel or in the place you want after the ... moretour.

Bugmati and Khokana are situated beyond the southern belt of Ring Road, inside the valley and Bugmati is a small Newari village which still abiding its tradition as their significant part of the life. Bugmati and Khokana are very less influenced by the modernization and it is just a few kilometers far from the city life, Bungamati exemplifies true beauty of the still living age old culture and civilization, Your tour to Bungamti, starts with a vantage point where one can behold the entire village of Bungamati and Khokana. Walking down the lanes of Bungamati, you will pass through local Newari people busy working intricate designs in wood or stone on their way to create many more beautiful artifacts keeping their talents running for the future generations to enjoy. Though, small in size, at least 100 people from the village earn their living through wood carving. The village was earlier, the origin of the precession of the chariot of Machindranath, one of the most important festivals of the Newari community. Not far from the village of Bungamati, is another interesting Newari village called Khokana, where an important temple of Durga is situated.

Being a company based in Kathmandu, Nepal, it is not a problem for us to arrange your day tour to Bugmati and Khokana and we departure day tours to Bugmati and Khokana every day so, do let us know if you are interested to visit these villages and basically, People having extra time/days after some of the post popular trekking in Nepal such as the Everest Base Camp or Annapurna Base camp Trek or any other tours in Nepal do visit Bugmati and Khokana after the completion of other adventure activites in Nepal.

Private tourist vehicle
Monument Entrance fees
Professional licensed tourist guide

Tip for the guide and driver.
Any thing not mentioned the included section.
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