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Nxai Pan National Park
Ad Dimaniyat Islands
Rio Grande del Norte National Monument
You will really enjoy this tour itinerary having the combined city, desert and nature touristic points of Uzbekistan. A good tour for discevering the most popular destinations of Uzbekistan
A Mystical Night Filled with Awe and Wonder. For sure the adrenaline rush was still in your body after the thrilling safari by day. Therefore, Liwa safari overnight is here to cradle your night.
Accompanied by our skillful guides take a rest to our portable shelter supported by poles and let the firewood warms your body while savoring the smell of BBQ for dinner.
As the night deeper, the stars become brighter. The twinkle of the stars will be your entertainer by creating imagination and dreams in your mind. You will realize what a tiny place you have occupied in this world while awing and wondering in the universe.
The Arabic coffee aroma wakes you up from your dream. Start your day with breakfast while watching the sun how it changes the colour and mood of the desert.
Get your glam on in Taos and immerse yourself in Taos’ grandeur! Experience the glorious and majestic Sangre de Cristo mountain-rimmed horizon with a high elevation air and sky that makes it seem like you can touch the stars. Fill your senses with fragrant sagebrush, piñon, and juniper after a summer monsoon and watch for rainbows arching across the sky. Scour the dark night sky for meteor streaks and take in a star-filled expanse of the Milky Way. Enjoy the best view from a hot shower perched above the winding canyon. All while glamping in this rugged landscape in an all-inclusively equipped and thoughtfully prepared tour that anticipates your comfort and enjoyment. Your intention will be to relax, slow down, be inspired, and nurture yourself while exploring Taos’ wild environments.
This is your journey to CONNECT to the earth, water, and sky. To focus on your breath and deeply BREATHE in the clean fresh air, while doing outdoor yoga. To ENERGIZE on the hiking trails that meet at the merger of the mystical Sangre de Cristos, the Rio Grande Valley, and New Mexico’s Colorado Plateau. To INDULGE in the organic yet lavish elements of farm to table crafted meals and luxurious glamping tents.
Glamping is our new passion because it combines remote outdoor experiences, with luxurious camping facilities, so you do not have to forsake pleasure and comfort while experiencing our great, but hard to reach, outdoor locations. It’s a way to experience the untamed and completely unique parts of the world, like in the Rio Grande Gorge and Valley, without having to sacrifice creature comforts. You can enjoy a fusion of glamour and camping, glamping, while authentically experiencing the most awe-inspiring night sky of the Taos Plateau in a luxurious canvas bell tent, with non-camplike amenities, such as foam mattress on your raised wooden bed-frame, bedside table, and butterfly canvas chairs. Glamping in luxury while doing sunset yoga, eating farm to table fresh meals, and connecting within and without – it can’t get much better than that!
All activities are designed to meet you at your level, either an expert or a beginner. For our Stand-Up Paddle Boarding experience, we join expert guides who will offer you a safe, adventurous, and informative opportunity to quickly adapt to your board and paddle.
Canoe down the Belize River and enjoy the wildlife that calls the riverbank home. You will also learn about the history of the river, which used to be a major trading route in historical times.
At the end of each day of paddling, enjoy the sunset from our campsite while our cook prepares you a local meal by the campfire. And if you are adventurous, our guides will take you on a night expedition to see crocodiles while paddling your canoe on the river.
The Belize River was once used as a major trade route, shuttling goods between the Mayan ancient cities both in ancient times and colonial times. The British loggers even used it to transport mahogany tree trunks to the Caribbean Sea.
The Belize River is 180-miles (290km) long, making it the longest river in Belize. It drains more than one-quarter of the country. Also known as the Old River, the river is navigable up to the Guatemalan border.
Are you looking for an unforgettable adventure? Bring your family & friends and head to the Daymaniyat Islands to camp overnight and snorkel with the amazing marine life! The world-famous islands are home to stunning coral and tropical fish including lots of turtles! Spend the day exploring the waters around the island looking for colorful fish, green turtles, and lots of coral. Whether you’re visiting Oman or a happy resident, this adventure will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.
This Safari starts in Maun on the morning of the 1st November – we suggest you arrive the day before and overnight at The Old Bridge or Thamalakane River Lodge or similiar.
We collect you around 9am and we drive 136km on the tar road to the Nxai Pan gate at the main road, where we check in and let our tyres down for the sandy road ahead.
On arrival at Nxai Pan, after filling our water, we proceed about 8km to our private camp site, where we have lunch as the staff set up our camp.We will spend 3 nights here, the Waterhole will be the main focus of attention here, the only water for many kilometres around giving us stunning sunset photographic opportunities. We will have game drives and spend time at the waterhole watching the numerous animal comings and goings – and hopefully Eagles and Vultures will come to drink as well as numerous other bird species. On one day we will take a picnic lunch to Baines Baobabs, a special place worth seeing!
On the 4th of November our camp gets packed up as we have our early morning game drive, we return for bacon and egg sandwiches and after hooking up trailer drive back out of Nxai Pan and after a short distance on the tar road turn into Makgadikgadi Pans NP. Here we drive an hour and a half to Khumaga where we set up in the Public Camp site, above the flowing Boteti River. We stay here for a further 3 nights and will explore this interesting area extensively. The Boteti River was dry for 18 years but started flowing again 5 years ago. The water attracts 1,000’s of Zebra as well as numerous water birds, birds of prey and many animals. Although you feel really in the wild here the proximity of the village means that we get cell phone reception here, strange being in the bush!
After 3 nights we again pack up and cross the Boteti River by ferry and carry on from Khumaga Village down the tar road to Rakops – where we stop for diesel and wood. We then drive 45km on a reasonable sand road to Matswiri Gate, entrance to the CKGR (Central Kalahari Game Reserve). After checking in here we proceed another 45km to Deception Valley where we set up camp in an undeveloped operators site nearby. We will have 3 more nights here and depending on game activity, extensively cover the area between Sunday Pan and Letiahau water hole. The rain will be due to start any time now cloud formations can be stunning, the Kalahari skies will humble you! I have been in the Kalahari for the first thunderstorm of the year and it was amazing – I am hoping we will be so lucky.
On the 10th November we return to Maun – if you are continuing the trip with us you will overnight at The Old Bridge Backpackers or Thamalakane River Lodge.
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