Equal parts adventure, stunning landscape and age-old culture, Australia and New Zealand are one big bucket list. Stretch your legs on shores of The Kimberley or stretch your eyes and drink in the awe inspiring Milford, Dusky and Doubtful Sounds. The sheer size of the region means there is something for everyone – from New Zealand’s Sub-Antarctic Islands to the urban hype of Sydney, there’s a world waiting for you beneath the equator.
You don’t have to voyage far to discover historic charm and rich, magnificent landscapes of Eastern Canada, and the New England coast. From the UNESCO Heritage Site in Quebec to Acadia National Park of Maine, an earthy and rugged geography brings a semblance of “settled-ness” to ones mind.
HAWAII– The islands of Polynesia ooze with rich folkloric stories, exploring the creation and magical essence of its highly heterogenous terrain. No island is exactly like the other. Famous for being an internationally impactful hub of research and development, as well a geographically significant picture of volcanic mountains and lush folliage, Hawaii is a truly unforgettable place to visit.
EUROPEAN QUEST - If you’re seeking European authenticity, you’ll find it here. Spend your first day in breathtaking Paris, and then sail for dreamy southwest France and northern Spain, including less visited ports where you can truly experience the local culture.
Every moment matters on this 11-day trip from London to Lisbon. Whether you are travelling back hundreds of years with the Bayeux Tapestry in Honfleur, shucking oysters in St. Malo or surfing the English channel in Falmouth, there is more to these coasts than meets the eye. A welcome break in way of a sea day follows before heading to the country of three F’s Fado, Fatima and Football. Fabulous!