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With two overnights and three full days in port, this itinerary lets you thoroughly experience Bermuda, including its spectacular sunsets and unique nightlife. You’ll also enjoy your sea days aboard Norwegian Joy with her many activities like a two-level race track and Broadway entertainment, including Footloose. In Bermuda, exploring is a breeze as your ship docks right at the Royal Naval Dockyard, so most everything is steps away, including access to the pink sand beaches.
Explore the Selinda Reserve, one of northern Botswana's most prolific wildlife areas, with staggering wildlife populations year-round.Experience the essence of luxury, refinement and exceptional service at the elegant Ellerman House.Enjoy a scenic helicopter flight over the unreachable, wilderness regions of the Okavango Delta, a World Heritage Site.
A melting pot of natural wonder, culinary delights and mesmerizing cityscapes, South Korea is proving itself as a destination well and truly worth adding to your travel list. Discover this fascinating, animated and tech-savvy country on a nine-day exploration of all the must-see spots. Take a tour of Korea’s Demilitarised Zone, eat ‘til you drop at an all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue restaurant, spend a night in a traditional Hanok house and discover the ecological beauty of Suncheon’s wetlands.
Delight on a family-focused cultural exploration of the best sights and finest food that Italy has to offer on this 8-day tour of the country’s best. Get exploring in the winding canal maze of Venice, dip your toes in the ocean by the beautiful Cinque Terre coastline, make and taste authentic Italian pesto, savour delicious Tuscan cuisine, get the perfect snap of the Learning Tower of Pisa and try as much gelato as you can. There’s something for all ages in Italy as you whisk through Venice to Rome on this family-focused escapade – now that’s totally amore.
The ancient Greeks may have the Olympics but the Mongols have Naadam. Mongolia’s annual circus-like Naadam Festival is a centuries-old tradition that dates back to the era of the great Khans and their dynasties. Wrestling, archery and horse racing - the three skills that Chingis Khan considered essential for any Mongol warrior - are showcased at the country’s largest celebration of the "three manly sports". Come behind the scenes as we meet the competitors in the lead up to the festival and discover some of Mongolia’s wild outback, visiting ruined monasteries, flaming cliffs and historic cities.