The ultimate experience:
what does this mean?
What really constitutes a unique travel experience?
First, it is not necessarily defined by conventional luxury.
The seasoned upscale traveller can as easily be on a local vessel cruising the exquisite Svalbard Islands of the Arctic, located midway between Norway and the North Pole, as on an 80-metre yacht cruising the Mediterranean.
An archipelago of 63,000 square kilometres enveloped in a glacial landmass…
The Arctic Svalbard Islands are the most extensive and inaccessible of the Norwegian territories. An archipelago of 63,000 square kilometres enveloped in a glacial landmass, this is a land of mountains, plains and frozen seas. Cross the terrain by snowmobile in winter, or by motor launch in summer, and explore the archipelago and its expansive wilderness by sailing boat.
witness night turn to day as you soar over thousands of icebergs…
Africa offers many unique experiences. Botswana is one of our favourite countries for the quality and exclusivity of its lodges, extraordinary wildlife and beautiful topography. Travelling by light aircraft there are numerous options to see contrasting regions while sampling world-class safari lodges. Gliding through the silent waters of the reed-banked Okavango Delta channels on a traditional mokoro canoe is another unforgettable adventure.
Privatising one of the finest chateaux and wineries in France for a special birthday long weekend, featuring top chefs, sporting activities and world- class wines.
Reach the world’s southernmost continent by flying across the mighty southern ocean in a Gulfstream jet and then use helicopter for deeper penetration of this extraordinary region. Witness night turn to day as you soar over thousands of icebergs and pass into 24 hours of continuous sunshine.