So, if you dream of your holidays and have been excited about the prospect of being a Nomad of the Sea or visiting Chile, then the next logical step is an extension out of Puerto Montt to the Nature Reserve of Huilo Huilo.
The Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve is located in the middle of the Chilean Patagonian Rainforest, under the majestic Andes Mountain range. This is a unique project because of its commitment to the conservation of nature and local culture. A trip there is a fascinating journey through the magic of the reserve, where you will learn about the area, the Huilo Huilo Foundation and our commitment to sustainable tourism.
Whether enjoying the cultural history, a relaxing spa treatment, skiing, hiking, trekking, wildlife sightseeing or more there is something for everyone. For a look at some suggested programmes .. continue reading.
There are a number of truly remote, yet incredibly beautiful areas around the world that are worth seeing. One area is the Fjordland around Cape Horn in South America. Recently we have had a few specials come in from Nomads Of The Seas, a small cruise vessel, that specialises in reaching these out of the way areas and allowing you to experience the best of the scenery, wildlife and experiences of the area.
We have special discounted rates for Cruises departing February 7th, 13th and 20th and March 19th in 2016 in Deluxe and Premium Cabins. This seven day cruise is a fantastic journey (for Itinerary read on), and should you be interested in joining one of the departures please do not hesitate to contact us for costs.
Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan. These five countries form the region today knows as Central Asia, states formerly of the USSR they are often referred to as the Central Asian Republics and have a strong mixture of Soviet, Persian, Muslim, Turkic, Mongol and Chinese influences on everything from day to day lives, historical architecture, dance and the culture of the varying peoples of the region. A cultural melting-pot from the days when the Silk Road was a major thoroughfare the Central Asian Republics are a blend of styles, and histories rarely seen elsewhere, in a landscape that ranges from desert and steppes to pristine lakes and glorious mountainscapes.
While each of the countries that compose the Central Asian Republics is well worth visiting in depth, the truth is that most of us will only get one chance to visit the region, and would like to see as much of its highlights as possible in the usual holiday span – generally two to three weeks. With that in mind we have developed a programme that takes in the Major highlights of the region crossing three of the five Central Asian Republics and covering sights of Cultural, Historic and Natural interest.