Whether you are interested in discovering past civilizations such as the Maya at Chichen Itza, or the Inca at Machu Picchu as well as the Ancient Egyptians at Giza and the Pyramids, we can design a trip that enables you to see some of the amazing sights, and wherever possible, without the crowds.
A trip to the stunning Taj Mahal is a highlight of any trip to India and definitely lives up to its iconic reputation, as does a visit to the impressive ruins at Petra, or the world's largest religious monument at Angkor in Cambodia. Walking in the footsteps of others on the Great Wall of China is a breathtaking experience and a trip to Kyoto in Japan to explore its fascinating treasures is well worth a few days.
For more recent history and culture you can visit the romantic city of St Petersburg with its profusion of grand palaces, theatres, museums and galleries or the battlefields in South Africa, where you can experience the battles brought to life through some of the best guiding in the world.
Take a look at some of our favourites below.
Our top picks
The ruins at Chichén Itzá have most recently become one of the seven new wonders of the world. This ancient Mayan capital is the most famous of the archaeological zones in the Yucatan.
More than any other monument, the Pyramids of Giza symbolise the mystic appeal that Egypt has exerted over travellers for so many millennia. Sentinel to the pyramids, the Sphinx sits in enigmatic splendour.
‘Discovered’ by Hiram Bingham in 1911 although known to local farmers, Machu Picchu’s isolation protected it from the conquistadors. Here, we detail some of the features you can see at the site, as well as short hikes around the ruins.
With shimmering marble domes and towers reflecting in landscaped pools, the Taj Mahal is Agra's highlight and the world's greatest monument to love. Cool and white by moonlight, its elegant façade is at its best glowing pearlescent pink at dawn, but at any time of day this iconic building never fails to take your breath away.
Close to North America’s most northerly point, and over 500 kilometres beyond the Arctic Circle, lies the Inuit settlement of Barrow. The ancient Inupiat culture thrives here.
The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park was awarded dual World Heritage status for both ancient culture and its natural attributes, and it is worthwhile for anyone visiting the park to look beyond the rock and learn something of its significance.