Travel Guide

Amazon Macaw feathers

Food Capital of the Universe

Lima, Peru is an ugly city. And yet. It appears on all the most important culinary success lists. With a third of Peru’s population packed into its urban sprawl, this is a place where form comes way before function. Then again, maybe that is part of the explanation: the people of Lima put all the beauty… Read More...

The only Galápagos Islands Guide

A living exhibit of evolution, the Galápagos Islands are a jumble of lava fields and still-smoking still-island-making geology. Semi-submerged calderas, lava fields and tubes, black sand beaches and puffing volcanic peaks might not sound like your idea of an idyll, with their rough, gnarly rocks and scrubby vegetation but there are many wonderful reasons a… Read More...
Two Cranes

7 Do’s and Don’ts for an African Honeymoon

Do use a sensational Travel Designer to plan your African Honeymoon There are so many variables to any holiday, but Africa might be in her own class as far as nuisance and mischief go. You really want nothing to slip through the cracks during your honeymoon and apart from making sure everything runs smoothly your… Read More...
Sparklers

When you Still Do

Like a Safari, a vow renewal is always a good idea! And combining the two might just be the best idea ever. Let’s explain. No nuisance Unlike a legal marriage, vow renewals require no legalities or many other vexations. It is one of the very few celebrations where people can choose to make merry pretty… Read More...
Man looking at Waterfall Daintree Rainforest

Surf the Oldest Jungle in the World

A World Heritage Site and one of the most complex tropical rainforest ecosystems on earth. It is also the largest continuous tropical rainforest on the Australian continent. You will find it on the northeast coast of Queensland, north of Mossman and Cairns. We are taking a Daintree Rainforest Tour! Daintree Rainforest is home to 30%… Read More...
Maafushivaru, Maldives

The Special History of Paradise

What makes the Maldives special? Location, location, location. When 99% of a country is water but the other 1% happens to lie right in the middle of the important trade routes anonymity is not in your future. Legends about the beginning of the Maldives may abound… but very little is as clear as the waters… Read More...

14 Secrets of Table Mountain

a mountain that is the perfect attraction for every visitor to Cape Town. The tableau of this landmark, with or without its tablecloth (courtesy of the Cape Doctor or South-Easter blowing clouds in from the sea and across the peninsula) is instantly recognizable. When it is viewed as a triptych with Devil’s Peak and the… Read More...

The difference between East Africa and Southern Africa. Which Safari Destination is made for you?

Our biased answer is easy. You should visit both! But we understand that you might want to come away from this blog with a little more information than our opinions and so, we also have just that—without prejudice, and in a handy slideshow—below. {Click on each slide to see the next.} Which one will it… Read More...

QUITO : a Rothschild Safaris guide

When Egypt decided to build the Aswan dam in 1954, they set in motion the start of what would eventually become the UNESCO World Heritage program. By July of 2017 there would be 1,073 published sites… but the very first official sites declared in 1978, known by their UNESCO ID as 1bis and 2, were… Read More...
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