Situated at the southern end of the Indian Ocean there are a few islands that are close geographically, each with such different characters. First of all, Réunion Island, politically French territory with multiple cultural influences, it offers a very volcanic landscape – out of the ordinary with fantastic possibilities for walks and hikes around the famous Pitons culminating at 3,070 metres of altitude! Further east, Mauritius, a former British colony, with its superb coast offers many activities (beach, water sports, diving, snorkelling), there are the well-known tourist parts but also wilder parts such as the south coast. Finally the island of Rodrigues even further east, which has retained its authenticity and offers some of the most beautiful lagoons in the world. What could be better than to combine them during an exceptional trip.
Meander through the country, discovering its sublime landscapes, mesmerizing geology, passing through the wildlife reserves holding mythical animals such as the Black Rhino. Each accommodation will be an experience in itself and will charm you. Observation, bush safari, sea kayaking, astronomy, and horseback riding, are a few of the activities you will experience in this vast and still mysterious country.
Elephant, black rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard… But also a multitude of other animals somewhat less well-known but equally fascinating! Botswana is one of the few African countries where anti-poaching is taken seriously and its wildlife is naturally safer. In addition, the magnificent and unique environment of the Okavango Delta has superb small lodges for observation. For a truly exceptional trip you can finish with a couple of days at the Victoria Falls.
From the beauties of the Draa Valley and the wide expanse of the desert to beautiful coastline of the Atlantic Ocean, passing through Taroudant, the Marrakech South, this journey has all the true flavours of southern Morocco.
Explore a beautiful part of the world during the day, and its starry sky at night! Accompanied by an expert in astronomy you live for a week just outside Ouarzazate, 1,150 meters above sea level in the Moroccan desert, where the sky is still clear and not subject to light pollution, and where planets are revealed. A superb stay mixing exploration of the foothills of the Atlas and observation of the sky, aimed at travelers attracted by the stars.