Know how the oldest family in the business, Homero Ortega, has been a key figure in producing and exporting the legendary Panama hat. Discover its actual origin while weaving yourself one from start to finish with the local artisans.
Prepare French delicacies with your own hands under the guidance of one of the country’s finest chefs. With traditional recipes from people’s own kitchens, our chef will lead you on a delicious, hands-on journey through the world of authentic French cuisine.
Ready to nestle amid volcanoes? Head over to the Cotopaxi sanctuary lodge- a secret, elusive getaway, not all have the privilege of reaching. Located on the slopes of the Sincholagua volcano.
What could be better than a chartered sea holiday in a private yacht in the South of France? You’ll be cruising along the coastlines of Nice, Antibes, Cannes, and St. Tropez aboard your chartered vessel.
Situated far from Bordeaux’s hustle-bustle is the ocean-facing resort of Arcachon. Known for its oyster harvesting traditions, it’s a farmhouse to enjoy all of the sea’s splendors. Enjoy biting into the fresh pick of the day right off the Atlantic and differentiate the taste of one oyster from the other under your guide’s expert eye.
Discover what gives life to the most delicate Peruvian dishes with one of the finest culinary guides in Peru. Enjoy this intimate experience at a local’s apartment in Barranco amidst multiple rounds of pisco sour.
There’s something exhilarating about being face-to-face with one of the sea’s most intelligent inhabitants. The wild dolphins of beautiful Sao Miguel await us in their natural habitat, where we engage with them in the most authentic and responsible way.
Think you’ve explored every inch of the world? You’ve only scratched the surface. We get under the earth’s skin in the land of ice and fire. It starts with a hike or a helicopter ride up to the crater of the incredible Þríhnjúkagígur volcano.
The city of Bordeaux welcomes you with the whiff of coffee, wine, and fresh croissants. France’s very first port is best seen on two wheels as we ride past the Place de la Bourse.
One of our favourite things to do in Oman is to have a cup of coffee with Mr. Latif, the owner and curator of the Bait Adam Museum as he leads you on an immersive cultural tour.