How many destinations are on your bucket list? Too many to fit in a paragraph? Same. Combining destinations allows you to have your cake, and eat it! Giving you the ideal escape which blends the region’s most exciting cities, fascinating wildlife and best cultural attractions with plenty of time to crash-out on the beach.
Costa Rica may be small but its packed with wildlife, rainforests and adventure! But, if you decide to throw Nicaragua or Panama in the mix you’ll end up with a truly epic journey! Costa Rica is a natural wilderness with something unique around every corner, but don’t stop there – you got to see more!
Adding Nicaragua into the pot will spice up your trip with culture and history. Filled with volcanoes, colonial towns and freshwater lakes and it’s only a crossing away from Costa Rica. Our ‘Jungle nights and colonial sights’ itinerary allows you to discover both countries in 16 days – which (even better) is completely flexible! Begin in the cosmopolitan city of San Jose, through forests, volcanoes and jungles before crossing the border to the colonial towns and volcanic islands.
But what does Panama have to bring? Travelling from Costa Rica into Panama – you’ll meet the locals, wobble through the jungle canopy on rope bridges and glide to see a new side to these incredible rainforests. Panama will give you a real glimpse into Central American life. Our ‘From wildlife & beaches to coffee & canals’ itinerary combines the classics of Costa Rica with the less-travelled treasures of Panama. All done in as little as 17 days!
South East Asia
Ahh, the classic Indochina loop – from Vietnam and Cambodia to Thailand and Laos, this combination allows you to get a real taste of South East Asia. Overflowing with adventure, Vietnam is on the top of my list to explore, for sure! You can wander through the alleyways of Old Hanoi, drift in Bai Tu Long Bay and get lost in the lanterns of Hoi An, but whilst you’re in the area, you’ve got to see more, right? Take your trip to a whole new level by adding Cambodia, Laos and Thailand – while each country in Indochina has a unique atmosphere, they all share welcoming locals, seriously tasty cuisine and stacks of staggering scenery. Well worth it if you ask me…
Vietnam and Cambodia are two diverse countries that you can visit in 2 weeks with our ‘Sapphire seas and towering temples’ itinerary. After seeing Vietnam classics with a Rickshaw twist, you’ll sail through the waterways of the Mekong Delta into neighbouring Cambodia for an eye-opening stay in Phnom Penh learning of its history before a sunrise visit to Angkor Wat to complete your trip.
Got 4 weeks to spare? Perfect! Let’s go on the full loop! – that would be the dream wouldn’t it? With our ‘Indochina loop’ multi-country holiday itinerary. You’ll amble through the street stalls of Bangkok, help with the elephants in Chiang Mai, visit monks and silver-tipped temples of Laos and this is just the start – before heading to Vietnam and Cambodia!
What comes into your head when you think of Argentina? Argentina is an adventure in itself, but how does it become the ultimate South America experience? Combine it with Brazil or Chile, of course! The countries have handfuls to offer by sailing the Amazon, cycling through vineyards, crossing the endless Atacama’s desert, living it up on Copacabana beach and trekking between icebergs, there are all sorts of exciting ways to combine these 3 destinations.
Clinging to Argentina’s west coast is the small country of Chile. Our ‘From desert stars to thundering falls’ itinerary encompasses all the highlights of these two destinations. Exploring the arty bohemian towns, wandering through vineyards, crossing the driest desert on the planet and gazing out over the valley of the moon with landscapes larger than life.
I often hear people talking about Argentina and Brazil, and how these two are always recommended for a multi-country holiday. But why? Well, let me enlighten you! In our ‘Journey from Shimmering Glaciers to the Mighty Amazon’ itinerary, we blend the very best of these 2 countries together. Experiencing the vibe of Buenos Aires, sailing the mighty glaciers, and visiting the famous falls, before crossing the border and setting off on your Brazil adventure, starting with the largest and most species-rich tropical rainforest in the world; The Amazon. Lazing on a Bahian beach for a few days and finishing in Rio de Janiero for a final fiesta!
India is a colourful and chaotic clutter of spiritualism and extensive landscapes. From endless desert dunes to snow-tipped peaks and tropical beaches, there’s so much to do in India, but we all know that the more, the better! Enhance Indian adventure by combining with Bhutan or Nepal! These countries may be similar, but each has a range of different things to offer! From treks to safaris, you won’t go wrong with combining these beauties.
Combining India and Nepal gives you opportunities to travel from the palaces and spice bazaars of Rajasthan to Kathmandu on a journey into the Himalayas, and our ‘Maharajas and Mountains Kingdoms’ itinerary does just that! In two weeks you can float down the Ganges at sunrise and watch the day break over the Taj Mahal, before crossing into Nepal to track rhinos on the tropical plains of Chitwan National Park and wander between fluttering rainbow prayer flags on the hills. India is a big country loaded with things to do but combining with Nepal would be the cherry on top.
Bhutan is no ordinary place, it holds many surprises and is the perfect country to combine with India (or even Nepal?!). In our ‘Temples, tea & tranquillity’ itinerary, you can begin by exploring the famous Golden Triangle, a riot for the senses with something colourful happening on every street corner, visit the Taj Mahal, have a spot of tea in Darjeeling before crossing the border into Bhutan – where you’ll meet gentle Buddhist monks in the sweeping valleys and trek to the mystical Tiger’s Nest.