Your Dream Journey Wildlife & Natural Wonders

Andrew Harper Travel Journey Overview


London, England • Cappadocia, Turkey • Jaipur, India • Ranthambore, India • Maldives • Nosy Be, Madagascar • Masai Mara, Kenya

Duration: 17 Days

Starting at: $136,950 PER PERSON; SINGLE SUPPLEMENT COST PER PERSON $150,645

February 28 - March 16, 2021

Travel in pursuit of some of the world's most magnificent creatures and experience its breathtaking landscapes. Watch in awe as millions of wildebeest pour across the African savanna and witness the majestic Bengal tiger. Marvel at the otherworldly rock formations of Cappadocia and delight in the endemic flora and fauna of Madagascar.

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Day 1 London, England

London's cosmopolitan paradise marks the starting point of your journey in search of some of the world's most iconic animals and captivating landscapes.

Accommodations: Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

Day 2 - 3 Cappadocia, Turkey

From your one-of-a-kind cave hotel, discover the natural and manmade wonders of the Turkish countryside. Soar over the region’s distinctive fairy chimneys in a hot air balloon, and venture underground to visit the labyrinthine city of Kaymaklı. Then marvel at the cave dwellings and elaborately frescoed churches of Göreme National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Accommodations: Museum Hotel

Day 4 Jaipur, India

Immerse yourself in a vibrant tapestry of culture, cuisine, and architecture as you explore Jaipur, called the “Pink City” after the striking rose color of its buildings. Admire the majestic architecture of royal structures including the Hawa Mahal and get swept up in the lively atmosphere of the city’s bustling bazaars.

Accommodations: Rambagh Palace

Day 5 - 7 Ranthambore, India

Ranthambore National Park carefully protects its astonishingly diverse collection of wildlife, including some 80 Royal Bengal tigers who rule their own dedicated sanctuary. As the morning sun rises, join an early game drive for your best chance to follow the tigers in their daily routines. Wander the 10th century Ranthambore Fort, take time for a yoga class or shop at a crafts market that helps local women support their families. Ranthambore offers many pleasures.

Accommodations: The Oberoi Vanyavils & Aman-i-Khás

Day 8-10 Maldives

The coral reef teems with more than 700 fish species, including anemones, sweetlips and gentle, graceful Manta rays, some of which have a wingspan of up to 20 feet. From kayaking, surfing, and snorkeling to golf and yoga, your options to soak in the renowned Maldivian landscape are nearly endless. However you spend your time, you’ll emerge refreshed and revitalized.

Accommodations: Shangri-La’s Villingili Resort & Spa

Day 11 -12 Nosy Be, Madagascar

Delight in Nosy Be’s turquoise waters and diverse wildlife, including what is likely the island’s most famous resident, the lemur. Madagascar is home to some 60 species of the big-eyed mammals as well as dozens of other fascinating animals. Walk the forests in search of them, and since you’re on an island, indulge in some beach time, too.

Accommodations: Ravintsara Wellness Hotel

Day 13 -14 Masai Mara, Kenya

While enjoying the privacy of your well-appointed lodge, embark on a safari adventure to discover an astonishing concentration of animal life, including wildebeests, giraffes, elephants, lions, and black rhinos, as well as more than 500 species of birds. Set off on game drives across the seemingly unending landscape, which serves as the backdrop to one of the most ancient migration rituals on Earth.

Accommodations: Angama Mara

Day 15 - 17 London, England

Recap the highlights of your expedition with new friends in London, a historic yet cosmopolitan city. After a farewell dinner with your travel mates and a night of rest, return home on your independent flight the following day.

Accommodations: Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square