Enjoy a day excursion to Bled
This morning after a continental buffet breakfast at the hotel, relax in your coach as we go to visit the beautiful city of Bled. On arrival visit the beautiful Bled castle. Later visit the city of Bled before having some free time at Bohinj Lake. Enjoy local lunch in a restaurant. Later visit Mount Vogel where you will go up the mountain by a beautiful cable car while viewing the sights of Lake Bohinj. We later head back to Ljubljana where a hot Indian dinner awaits you at a restaurant before going back to the hotel.
Overnight in hotel Austria Trend Ljubljana or similar in Ljubljana
Visit Postojna caves. Guided city tour of Ljubljana.
This morning after a continental buffet breakfast at the hotel, check out and proceed to visit the Postojna cave. Postojna Cave is the best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the world’s largest karst monuments. Visit the only cave with a Double Track Railway. En route you will also have a photo stop at Predjama castle. Enjoy local lunch in a restaurant. Later we drive for Plitvica national park. Tonight enjoy a local dinner in a restaurant before you check-in to your hotel.
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Visit Plitvica national park. Onto Zagreb
This morning after a continental buffet breakfast, proceed to visit Plitvica national park, one of the oldest national parks in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia. It is also one of the UNESCO Heritage site.
Enjoy local lunch in a restaurant. Later relax in the comforts of your coach as we drive to Zagreb. This evening enjoy a delicious Indian dinner at a restaurant. Later proceed to the hotel and check in.
Overnight in hotel Panorama or similar in Zagreb
Guided city tour of Zagreb
This morning after a continental buffet breakfast at the hotel, meet your English speaking local guide who will show you the many interesting sights of this vibrant Croatian capital. See Vukovar Avenue with the Lisinski concert Hall, The Museum of Contemporary Arts and the rest of Zagreb built in the socialistic era. Also see Zagreb’s main cemetery built in the late 19th century, a resting place of many famous Croats of all religions.
Today you will enjoy Indian lunch in a restaurant. Later we have some free time in the old city. Tonight enjoy a hot Indian dinner at an Indian restaurant before you return back to your hotel
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Fly back home.
After a buffet/boxed breakfast, we check out and proceed to the airport (on your own) for your flight back home. Arrive home with pleasant memories of your European tour, which we are sure you will treasure for a lifetime. Do spare a few minutes to fill in the feedback form and hand it to your Tour Manager. Your valued suggestions will be most appreciated.
Guaranteed to waken your senses. Visit spice plantations where you will have the opportunity to pick, smell & savour fruit & spices that you have probably never seen on the supermarket shelf. Commencing at the ruins of the Maruhubi Palace, via the site of David Livingston’s house (one of Africa’s greatest explorers) the journey continues north toward the Kidichi Persian Baths. From here we continue to the rural areas where local farmers live & produce some of the world’s most exotic fruit and spices. Cloves, star fruit, ‘bulls heart’, tangerine trees, lemon grass, mangosteen and lip-stick trees, to name but a few, are what you can expect to see – according to the seasons. Perhaps you will fancy buying a basket of freshly picked spices to take home with you!
Jozani Forest lies about 35 km southeast of Zanzibar township in Zanzibar’s South Region. It is the only remaining natural forest on Unguja Island (which along with Pemba make up the islands of Zanzibar). The forest which covers an area of 10 sq km consists of woodland, swamp forest and evergreen forest. It provides an important refuge for the remaining Ungula fauna such as the rare red colobus monkey, small Zanzibar leopard and two antelope species: the Zanzibar duicker and sunni.
In 1879, Bawe Island was given by Seyid Barghash bin Seyid, 3rd Omani Sultan of Zanzibar, to the Eastern Telegraph Company to be used as the operations station for the underwater telegraphic cable linking Cape Town with Zanzibar, Seychelles and Aden. The agreement was extended ten years later, in 1889, by the next Sultan, Seyid Khalifa bin Seyid. To accommodate the Cable & Wireless staff, Bungalows were built on the island, which were used also to host weekend parties when other town-based staff would visit and enjoy the beach with their families. Bawe is renowned for its breathtaking marine life, making it a popular site for both snorkelling and scuba diving.
This half day tour takes you to kizimkazi along south-west coast of Zanzibar, upon arrival at the fishing village Kizimkazi you will have a brief talk about the behaviors and different types of dolphins before proceeding to the dolphins locations with 80% chances to see them. There is a fair chance you will get to play and swim with them, returning to the sea shore in the afternoon. Several bottle-nose dolphins stay at Kizimkazi all year-round. There are also rather shyer humpback dolphins that put in an appearance here, although their schedule is a little more erratic.
North coast tour. This trip leads you through one spice farm, Mangapwani Slave Caves and Chambers, and on to the beautiful white sandy beaches of Nungwi. The most wonderful place to relax and unwind after the dust and humidity of Stone Town. Pack your swimwear and enjoy a cool drink in paradise.
This tour starts an hour before sunset. You are picked up from your hotel and transferred to the drop off point at the sea front, where you then board the dhow. The skilled crew on board take the dhow about 1 km from the shore by means of an engine. Once out at sea the engine is shut off and during a tense moment the skillful crew hoist the sail, then you can sit and relax enjoying the peacefulness of the ocean as the dhow glides through the water. You can watch the wonder of the fiery golden sun setting beyond the horizon, whilst savouring a glass of chilled wine.
Forget fishing in a modern fishing vessel with the latest in reels and rods and fighting chairs. We offer you the unique opportunity to sail out to sea with a Zanzibari fisherman and see what ‘fishing for a living’ is all about. Whilst the crew are busy preparing fishing nets the timelessness of this tradition will carry you far from the pace of the modern world. On returning to Zanzibar Island we will take you to see the colourful, bustling fish market where the fresh catches of the day are auctioned.
A sea excursion in a traditional wooden dhow, made by hand on Zanzibar Island. The dhow is the same as those which were used to carry slaves from the mainland to Zanzibar. This trip will take you to Prison Island, home to the giant tortoise, then on to a sandbank where you can have soft drinks and snacks. A perfect place for swimming and snorkelling. On a full day excursion you then have time for fishing.