Many people believe that you can’t have luxury combined with incredible wildlife experiences. They picture sleeping on roll mats, camping under hot, smelly canvas and basic food. However, the 360 girls beg to differ! Here are a few of our ultimate luxury trips where you will get to see the most incredible wildlife and scenery on the planet!
The best way to see the Galapagos is by boat. The wildlife and scenery have always been extraordinary on these islands discovered by Charles Darwin but the accommodation had not. However, in recent years there has been a flurry of new luxury yachts and the Galapagos have definitely upped their game. Whether you are looking to charter a yacht or join a sleek catarman, there are more choices than ever for the luxury market.
South African Safari
Molori Safari is found deep in Madikwe Game Reserve which is home to the highest concentration of rhino in Africa. Molori is a hidden gem offering all the fabulous game walks and drives, star gazing observatory and night drives you would expect. However, it also offers rhino notching, where you accompany your guide in a helicopter and help tag a black rhino as part of a scheme to prevent poachers. Molori is arguably one of South Africa’s most luxurious game lodges with views to die for.
Take part in an overland safari, journeying from Argentina over to Chile staying at 5 star hotels and lodges that are each destination properties in themselves.
Driving top of the range jeeps you take in incredible scenery including the awe-inspring Torres del Paine Massif, Mt. Fitz Roy, the South Patagonian Ice Field and it’s mammoth glaciers like Perito Moreno. A huge range of activities make this a perfect trip for the adventurers among you, such as horse riding, glacier trekking, fly fishing and kayaking.
Deep in the Borneo rain forest, the Sepilok Rehabilitation Center is one of the only places in the world where you can see wild orangutans up close as they return to feed from wooden platforms. Whilst in Borneo, combine wildlife with a Mount Kinabalu climb, visit former Headheater tribes, and do some amazing driving off Lankayan Island.
Journey across Costa Rica from the Caribbean to the Pacific coasts, through rainforest and cloudforest and down to the incredible Osa Peninsula and Corcovado National Park. Or base yourself in a 5 star property in the Papagayo Peninsular and make day trips to explore the flora and fauna, spot monkies, toucans,macaws, red-eyed frogs and dolphins.