Audley traveler Geoff relives his recent trip to Tanzania, split between a safari in the Selous Game Reserve and time in the Mafia Archipelago. He shares his highlights, including a guided walk to a 40-strong hippo pod and witnessing the first steps of an impala.
Myanmar (Burma) specialist Sophie is also one of our dedicated responsible travel experts. As part of her role, she set out to explore the country, looking for authentic, community-led experiences. This led her to animist hunting shrines, fishing lessons and a village-wide game of hide and seek.
New year, new horizons: which travel trends of 2020 most speak to you? We sum up the travel themes that are set to be talking points over the coming year, from cruising to slow travel, and suggest destinations to match.
We recently sent Sri Lanka specialist Alison on a research trip to Sri Lanka. Her mission: to get ahead of the curve by finding new tours, activities and experiences that will help enhance your stay in the country.
There’s nothing like music to install a real sense of place. Our specialists have collated some of their top live music experiences to incorporate into your travels, whether you’re visiting Borneo’s rainforest or the dancehalls of Buenos Aires.
Whether you’re reminiscing over family camping trips, your childhood love of trains or your dreams of growing up to be an action-adventure hero, we share our ideas for places and experiences that can transport you back to your formative years.
Wellness doesn’t necessarily mean a facial or massage. We pick some of the best rejuvenating experiences from across the globe, ranging from a gentle soak in Japanese geothermal waters to an invigorating Tasmanian hike.
We’re committed to making sure the experiences we offer take a responsible approach, and that your visit has a positive effect. Read about recent work we’ve completed on our Audley Elephant Policy and our pick of the best experiences that put the wildlife first.
From stargazing to off-the-grid destinations, concierge specialist Elizabeth discusses the trends she’s noticed heading into 2019. She also offers some suggestions, including a truffle hunt, a remote camp for chimpanzee treks and a chance to meet a master weavers.