Just a few of the things Rosie can help you with:
These are developed according to your criteria. Rosie sends out a questionnaire and from that and conversations with you, she will develop an itinerary customized around your travel style, interests, goals and budget.
Rosie can help you plan your route and book accommodation along the way.
Australia is home to the Ghan and Indian Pacific trains. New Zealand has the spectacular Tranz Alpine and Tranz Coastal journeys while South Africa is home to the Blue Train and Rovos rail.
Options-Ranging from Boutique, to Outback, to Luxury Lodges, Upscale B&B’s and Safari style. Rosie will help you choose the type of accommodation that suits your budget and travel style.
Large or small ships and expeditionary style cruising.
Build from a variety of options. Rosie can help you with excursions and accommodations before or after your cruise.
If your preference is to travel as part of an escorted group Rosie will help you select a company that suits the experience you are looking for.
These are for groups of like minded people who are traveling for a specific interest or even just one traveler! This can be for any interest at all and can include but is not limited to, scuba diving, fishing, birding, golfing, sailing , horseback riding, climbing, biking, hiking, skiing and garden, photography, wine and gourmet food tours. The list is only limited by your imagination and your interests! Agricultural study and education tours are other examples. Rosie’s in country contacts are a valuable resource.
This can be for family groups-multigenerational travel is very popular, or groups of people who simply want to travel together. It could be for a family reunion, anniversary, milestone birthday or even a wedding.
Help the world and have an amazing holiday experience at the same time. In Australia, Cape York Turtle Rescue in Queensland, or a Day with the Devils in Tasmania. In South Africa, Jabulani Elephant Back Safari Camp, offers the Pioneer for Change Programme. This includes 3 nights at Camp Jabulani with the traditional daily menu of activities (including elephant back safaris) but on the 4th day, guests become actively involved in a working day at the wildlife conservation facility. In recognition of the work done towards the HESC and animal conservation at the camp, volunteers are given the 4th night free.