On a four-day trek, you'll pass systems of fountains, canals and aqueducts that fed the farming terraces. Marvel at the ancient stonewalls that protect the two-leveled palaces and temples. Supported by a crew of guides, herdsman, and cooks, you walk through the pages of history.
Trek through grasslands and small villages before approaching the famed Machu Picchu- “the lost city of the Incas.” With a support crew of pack animals, porters, cooks, and guides, you’ll have time to relax and enjoy the experience, while the staff takes cares of the details.
Grab your cowboy hat and boots and head to Montana for an authentic wild, west experience. This ranch week is the real “Brokeback Mountain.” The scenery and the cattle drives will remind you of riding with Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal.
On OutWest’s multi-sport trip, experience this wilderness by hiking the alpine trails, horseback riding across the foothills, rafting on wild rivers, and mountain biking. All the while enjoy national park lodging, great food, and gay camaraderie.
This tour features our favourite part of Spain — Barcelona and south through Madrid and Andalucia. Though distances travelled are not huge, this is a very diverse trip, from glitzy Barcelona and its outstanding nearby beaches.
This is a salubrious addition to our European walking series in region that lends itself beautifully to our leisurely style of day hiking from a hotel base.
Tanzania, the largest nation in East Africa, is without doubt one of the most exciting countries in the world.In fact, the Serengeti itself is so vast that you can drive for an entire day and not encounter any other human being.
This trip can best be summed up as the “Best of Peru:” the capital city of Lima, the highlands of Cuzco, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and the lost city of Machu Picchu. Along the route stay in three and four star hotels.
Get closer to nature with this 8-day adventure through Costa Rica, a nation in which a quarter of its territory is protected within national parks and designated conservation areas.
Many Westerners expect Vietnam to be a land of darkness, deeply marked by the still-festering scars of war, but nothing can be further from the truth.
Croatia is decidedly “bi” with its superb coastal attributes adjacent to an equally picturesque interior festooned with soaring mountains and pristine lakes.
Discover how Costa Rica earns its reputation as a natural wonderland on this two-week adventure through one of the most exciting, striking, and socially progressive countries in Central America.
Trek over mountainous ridges and along alpine paths admiring awe-inspiring views of Monte Fitz Roy, a peak dubbed ‘the King of Patagonia’ and considered one of the most beautiful on Earth.
Donkey-rides on stony pathways, camel treks through the desert and street tours by horse-drawn carriage add an element of authenticity to the experience as we explore the ancient past and contemporary faces of this first-rate destination.
Landing in Lima, once dubbed 'City of Kings' by Spanish conquistadores, we begin our adventure touring majestic churches, exquisite palaces, fascinating underground catacombs and museums.
Northern Italy is by far our most popular offering in Western Europe. This 11-day cultural program highlights all the special sights, sounds, scents, and tastes that have made this magical place a must for even the most seasoned traveller.
Deep into the heart of the Yucatan jungle, we travel to Coba through untamed nature, where we find temple ruins overgrown with trees and foliage.
Feel the strength of history and the warmth of being in the southernmost part of Europe, and discover an evolutionary process of thought, influence and experience.
This magnificent adventure describes a leisurely route across the beautiful landscapes of Greece’s Cycladic island group. Our mainland jump-off point is none other than Athens, one of the world's greatest capital cities.
For the first time traveller to the African continent, the Republic of South Africa is a good place to start. With an amazing diversity of landscapes, a compelling history, plentiful wildlife, friendly peoples, and a modern infrastructure, one can see a great deal with ease and comfort.
From mountain hikes to sunny beaches, every day is different.
Cuba is the last bastion of socialism in the Western Hemisphere and has, only recently, begun to break free from the shackles imposed by the negative associations of communism. Indeed, it is Cuba's long isolationism that proves one of the main attractions for travelers.