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Voyage Label: Fall 2013

  • Marrakech & Camel Trek In The Sahara

    Aït Benhaddou is a ‘fortified city’, or ksar, along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech in present-day Morocco. It is known for its Kasbahs and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 and several films have been shot there, […]

  • Berber Villages Of The High Atlas Mountains

    Located on an oasis at the base of the High Atlas Mountains, Marrakech is the gateway city to the Sahara. Legend and fact both contribute to the explanation of Marrakech’s […]

  • Interior Visit Of Hassan II Mosque

    Visit the Hassan II Mosque, the world’s third largest mosque.   Completed in 1993, the mosque was designed by French architect Michel Pinseau and built by Bouygues.  The minaret of the […]

  • Alfama Alleys Scavenger Hunt & City Orientation

    “Immerse” yourself in the most typical of Lisbon quarters. On foot and by tram, discover the multicultural heritage of the quarter in its alleys, narrow streets and hundreds of years old houses, the emblematic […]

  • Lisbon & Caparica Beach By Bike

    Get out of the city with us, but don’t forget to pack you sunscreen and bathing suit. Prepare yourself for one of the best beach days you have ever had. Get to know […]

  • Marvão, Castelo De Vide, Portalegre & Flor Do Crato

    Marvão is a medieval walled village built up on steep rock at an altitude of 860 meters overlooking a barren scene of endless, almost volcanic, rock outcrops. Castelo de Vide […]

  • Sabugal, Sortelha, Belmonte & Monsanto

    The early frontier town of Sabugal lies on a low hill overlooking the valley of the River Côa, surrounded by fertile plants, flanked by a 14th century fortress that manages […]

  • Oporto & Douro Valley

    Oporto, the economic and cultural capital of northern Portugal, is a city with ancient origins that gave its name to the entire country. Its architectural heritage and enviable position near […]

  • Discover Lisbon – City Orientation

    Lisbon is a city that inspires poetry and creates its own mythology; Camões, in his great Portuguese epic The Lusiadas, described it as “Princess of the World…before whom even the […]

  • Fado & Folklore Dinner

    Portugal’s most famous musical form is the Fado (“fate”). It’s an urban music strongly influenced by Portugal’s overseas explorations. The essence of Fado is Saudade, “to miss”, which is carried […]

  • Sintra & Pena National Park

    On this tour you will be driven along Sintra National Protected Forest area along twisted and narrow streets that will connect you to a mysterious world. Visit the Pena Palace situated […]

  • The Art Of Tiles Painting

    Many countries display their heritage in museums. Portugal’s national treasures are colorful, hand­-painted tiles – azulejos – that adorn homes, buildings, palaces, churches and even subway stations. Dating from the […]

  • Coimbra, Roman Ruins At Conimbriga, & Buçaco

    The Roman Ruins of Conimbriga, situated on a triangular spur bordered by two deep and narrow valleys, are among the finest in the Iberian Peninsula. A Celtic city in the […]

  • Parkwood Primary School Feeding Project

    Today you will have the opportunity to get some “hands-on” experience in making the world a better place for some children in the Western Cape.  Together with your guide you […]

  • Animal Whispers Tour

    Located in the heart of the Cape wineland region is the Spier Wine Estate.  The estate is renowned for its fine modern wines as well as its conservation efforts.  The […]


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