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“Anything that detracts from enjoying yourself is to be avoided.” - Leigh Perkins

The last newsletter's image ​​ ​​was of the magnificent Torres del Paine in Chile, and a well known spot for the W-Trail. Correct answers went to Norman Greenstone, Jeannette Zapp, Karen Milwright,  Brad Inggs, Andrea Volten,  Noel Porter and Jing Liu. 

Chile tour

During the Chile Natural Wonders Guided Tour you will be part of the traditions of the indigenous people of Chile, and get to know the lives of fifth generation German immigrants as well as Patagonian sheep breeders. 

9 - 20 November 2024

12 days, 11 nights   

Two people person sharing : $2950.00 on a group joining basis

Nepal tour

If you are looking for something completely different, immerse yourself in the joy of travelling around Kathmandu and Bkahtapur to see the Durbar Squares.
Then drive into the country for mountain views of Nagarkot and then the incredible Chitwan National Park.  

 1 - 30 September 2024

10 days, 9 nights 

Price per person sharing from $1085.00 to $1465.00


Beautiful forest and terraces of rice paddies along the give way to spectacular mountain vistas on the Annapurna base camp trail taking you to an altitude of 4100m. It is a spectacular out and back high altitude hiking route stretching through multiple environments 

1 - 30 September 2024

15 days, 14 nights

Price per person sharing for 2-4 people: $1625.00

Price per person sharing for 4 or more people: $14480.00  

Kilimanjaro short treks

Climbing Kilimanjaro is not on everyone's wish list. Some people just wanted to get a chance to experience this majestic mountain without reaching Uhuru Peak and having to go through the hard slog of getting to the summit. If you are one of these people, then our short trek is perfect for you.

1 - 31 August 2024

5 days, 4 nights

Price per person sharing for 2-​5  people: $ 940.00

Price per person sharing for 6-10 people: $890.00


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Alpacas, native to the Andean regions, are adored for their fleece and gentle nature. Their camelid relatives, including the elegant vicuñas, rugged guanacos, and sturdy llamas, each have unique traits and roles in Andean culture. Exploring their world reveals the resilience and beauty of Andean wildlife, making for an unforgettable adventure.