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White rhino, Eastern Cape
South Africa

South Africa, Cape Town and safari

South Africa

Myself and my boyfriend have just over two weeks annual leave at the end of Feb and would like to visit Cape Town and also go on Safari. Can you please recommend a safari and activities to do over the period? We'd like one week of activities followed by a week of relaxation time. An idea of hotels, places to stay and visit, and restaurants would be amazing. Thanks.

Honeymoon suite, Hluhluwe River Lodge
Fiji, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania and Thailand

The best honeymoon destinations of 2015

Fiji, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania and Thailand

At Audley we understand the importance of a good honeymoon, and whether you’re looking for uninterrupted beach time or a nonstop adrenaline rush, we’ll make sure your trip gives you memories to last your lifetime together.

Leopard
Tanzania

Marvelling at the wildlife in Tanzania

Tanzania

Hannah and Becky Bound travelled to Tanzania with Audley for the trip of a lifetime to Selous Riverside Safari Camp.

A longtail boat in southern Thailand
Chile, Thailand, Tanzania, Egypt, China, Australia and Nepal

Our specialists' favourite destinations for 2015

Chile, Thailand, Tanzania, Egypt, China, Australia and Nepal

Are you planning your next trip but need some recommendations? Be inspired by some of our specialists' favourites for 2015...

Lahu and Hmong musicians, Lanjia Lodge, Thailand
Thailand

At home with a hilltribe in Thailand

Thailand

Thailand offers so much more than beautiful beaches. Thailand specialist Mark Hutton travelled to the country's lush north to dance, eat, harvest and hike with the fascinating Lahu hilltribe.

Young buffalo
China, Namibia, India, Indonesia and Uruguay

Five destinations to shout about in 2015

China, Namibia, India, Indonesia and Uruguay

To help you shortlist your travel choices for 2015, we’ve highlighted five great destinations each with a compelling reason to visit. They range from countries with favourable exchange rates to unusual alternatives and well-loved favourites.

Tiger in Ranthambhore National Park
India

Wildlife encounters in India

India

Christopher and Lisa Gibbs have recently returned from an Audley trip to India. Among their highlights were the national parks of Kanha and Satpura. They talk about their experiences and share some of their photos, showing the great diversity of wildlife on offer.

Ceiling of St Isaacs Cathedral, St Petersburg
Russia

Art & architecture in Moscow & St Petersburg

Russia

Moscow and St Petersburg's palaces, churches and spire-laden skylines are brought into sharp and brilliant focus through the photos of Audley traveller Heather Tonge. Heather shares some of her favourite photos from her Russian trip.

Golden Temple, Amritsar, India
India and Bhutan

A photographic journey through India and Bhutan

India and Bhutan

Colin Macconnachie travelled with us at the end of 2014 to India and Bhutan, where he captured the highlights of his trip with these beautiful photographs.

Franschhoek, South Africa
South Africa

Wildlife encounters with South Africa’s two Big Fives

South Africa

Christopher and Rosemarie travelled with us in September last year. Read the account of their trip to South Africa, where they saw whales in Walkers Bay, tasted wine in the vineyards of Franschheok and travelled by rail through the stunning vistas of the Western Cape.

Temples of Bagan
Jordan, South Africa, Burma (Myanmar) and Australia

Tales from your travels

Jordan, South Africa, Burma (Myanmar) and Australia

We love to hear about all the wonderful experiences you’ve had on your travels around the world. Here is a small selection of tales shared by fellow Audley travellers.

A bull elephant on the riverbed, Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp,The Skeleton Coast
Namibia

Discovering Namibia

Namibia

Audley client Henry and his wife Rebecca embarked on their dream trip to Namibia where they were captivated by giraffe, lion, and vast canyons.

The Monastery, Petra
Jordan

Two days in Petra, Jordan's rose-red city

Jordan

Concealed behind a wall of mountains, the rose-red city of Petra is one of the main reasons to visit Jordan. Julie and Peter De Vere Hunt travelled with us back in November 2014. Read about their experience in this personal account.

Cheetah in the Lewa Wilderness Conservancy
Kenya

Tasting traditional life at Bogani Camp in Kenya

Kenya

Audley’s founder Craig Burkinshaw is leading a small group trip to Kenya this November. It combines four days on safari with a five-day stay at Bogani Cottages and Tented Camp.

Dawn balloon flight over the temples of Bagan
Burma (Myanmar)

A photographer’s view of Burma (Myanmar)

Burma (Myanmar)

With his camera in hand, Barrie Parker recently took a trip with us to Burma. His travels took him to the temples of Bagan, the floating gardens on Inle Lake and the golden facade of the Shwedagon Pagoda at sunset.

Polar bear
Arctic

Exploring the Arctic

Arctic

Peter and Tracy Geraerts travelled to Svalbard with Audley back in August 2014, when they fulfilled a lifelong dream and saw their first polar bear.

Lions, Lewa Wilderness Conservancy
Kenya

Audley founder Craig Burkinshaw on why he's leading a group tour to Kenya

Kenya

Audley’s founder, Craig Burkinshaw, is excited to be introducing Audley travellers to the work of Free the Children as part of a new group tour in Kenya.

Walking safari from Musekese Bush Camp,Kafue National Park
Tanzania

Climbing for a cause

Tanzania

Audley client Scott recently traveled with his son and friends to Mount Kilimanjaro on a trip planned by Africa Specialist Joanna Rigby-Jones, all in the name of charity.

Torres del Paine National Park, Chile
Chile, Argentina and Brazil

A photography self-drive through Patagonia

Chile, Argentina and Brazil

Cyril Deretz travelled with us to Argentina, Brazil and Chile at the beginning of the year and captured these stunning photos in Torres del Paine National Park. Below he describes three of his favourites (the largest photos) and why he took them.

The tanneries, Fez, Morocco
Morocco

Fez: a Moroccan city on the cusp of change?

Morocco

Secretive and labyrinthine Fez has never had Marrakesh's celebrity status. But with a new airport terminal now open, award-winning travel writer John Gimlette visits an exotic city on the cusp of change.

Breakfast, Tentoku-in Shukubo
Japan

Experiencing Japan one dish at a time

Japan

Audley client Bryn embarked on a 14-day trip to Japan arranged by Japan Specialist John H. She tells us about her experiences sampling the best food Japan has to offer.

Clown Anenome Fish, Great Barrier Reef

Audley Facebook competition

Share your best underwater photo with us on our Facebook and win a pair of tickets to the ‘Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea’ exhibition at the Natural History Museum.

Leopard in the Ruaha National Park
Tanzania and Zanzibar Archipelago

Capturing the wildlife of Tanzania

Tanzania and Zanzibar Archipelago

Audley clients regularly return with great photos they wish to share with us. John Cornish was no exception. He travelled to Tanzania and Zanzibar this year with us, taking several stunning wildlife images which he wishes to share.

Floating Market, Mekong Delta
Australia, Ecuador, India, Japan, South Africa, Thailand, Zanzibar Archipelago and Vietnam

9 markets worth a visit

Australia, Ecuador, India, Japan, South Africa, Thailand, Zanzibar Archipelago and Vietnam

Whether you’re sampling fresh seafood in Japan, exploring the floating markets of Vietnam or shopping for artisanal goods in Australia, these are our specialists’ top picks for must-see markets around the world.

View of the towers at Angkor Wat, Siem Reap
Cambodia

Audley Guide Awards 2017

Cambodia

We’re proud of our hand-picked guides, who help you absorb the local culture, navigate challenging terrain or uncover hidden spots that few visitors discover. Find out more about our 2017 Guide Awards where we celebrated the best of the best in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Cottage
India

Living with local people in rural India: an extraordinary experience

India

Audley clients Rob and Jenny Drybrough-Smith recently journeyed to Araveli Cottages and Tented Camp as part of a longer trip through north India. They recount their experiences in the local community, learning about daily life and spending time with local residents.

Travelling through the Amazon Rainforest
Peru

Exploring the Outdoors in Peru

Peru

From the heights of the Andes to the open lagoons of the Amazon, Peru's immensely varied landscape attracts thousands of visitors every year. Though the options for exploring Peru's great outdoors are seemingly endless, our specialists have chosen their top picks for experiencing all the beauty the country has to offer.

Table Mountain, South Africa
Australia, Peru, USA, India, South Africa, Canada and Mongolia

Catch it while you can: destinations and experiences to start planning now

Australia, Peru, USA, India, South Africa, Canada and Mongolia

Some events sell out in days; some countries have seasonal periods that are always in high demand. We’ve selected various 2018 and 2019 experiences that might be the stuff of your travel dreams — but only if you start planning now.

Krabi

#MyLittleKnown competition winner

We asked you to share your little-known travel discoveries with a video or photograph on social media or via our website as part of our #MyLittleKnown campaign. We enlisted the help of travel bloggers Becky Moore and Heather Cowper to help us choose the overall winner.

Machu Picchu
Borneo, Australia, Peru and Rwanda

5 places you need a permit to visit (and why this shouldn’t put you off)

Borneo, Australia, Peru and Rwanda

Why certain places require permits, how recent changes affect travel plans – and why you should still go. Here Audley debunks travel to five destinations, from Arnhem Land tours — a more unusual way to explore Australia’s ‘Top End’ — to enigmatic Bhutan.