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Nairobi to Nairobi Overland – Gorilla Loop

GORILLAS!! A once in a lifetime experience. Coming face-to-face with the amazing mountain gorillas of Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park is a truly breathtaking experience that will stay with you for the rest of your life. Plus an incredible array of other wildlife including chimpanzees, rhino's and thousands of flamingos. Add powerful waterfalls white water rafting at the source of the White Nile in Jinja, Uganda and you have a wonderful and unforgettable African experience!
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Cartagena to Quito Overland

Columbia is one of South America's most beautiful countries. From the Caribbean Coast to the equator this tour gives you the chance to explore this often misunderstood country of charming colonial towns, rugged and beautiful beaches, coffee plantations ands rolling mountains. Every adventure activity you can imagine is on offer, hiking, abseiling, caving, white water rafting and more. Cross the border to Ecuador for shopping at the Otavalo markets and put your feet in both hemispheres at the equator on our way the the buzzing capital of Quito. A wonderful adventure through the fascinating county of Columbia.
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Quito to Lima Overland

Ecuador and Peru are the most fascinating and accessible countries in South America. Rich in culture and landscape they are like South America in a nutshell, with terrain that ranges from steaming jungle to coastal desert to the dizzying pinnacles of the high Andes. Bathe under waterfalls, canoe down an Amazon Basin river, walk colonial cobblestoned streets, hike glaciers and discover the ancient cultures of the Moche and Chimu. This tour is a truly unforgettable trip!
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Ashgabat to Tashkent Overland

Turkmenistan has some of the remotest scenery on Earth. Most of the country is covered by the inhospitable Karakum Desert. The indigenous people are the Turkmen who mainly live outside the urban centres, many of whom still live a nomadic or semi-nomadic way of life. The rural Turkmen are a hospitable people whose cultureand way of life has altered little in hundreds of years. Uzbekistan is most famous for its incredible historical cities. Samarkand was once home of the mighty warlore Timur, and home of the great Registan Square, where beautiful madrassas are loaded down with ornate majolica and azure mosaics. Bukhara perfectly captures the atmosphere of Central Asia before the Russian domination, and has many spectacular buildings such as the Ark Fortress, the Ismail Samanid Mausoleum and the Kalyan Minaret (Death Tower). The third of the main UNESCO sites is Khiva and is the best preserved Khanate. Its long and bloody
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