7 Special Places for End-of-the-Year Adventures
Though fall is upon us, there’s still time to book an end-of-the-year adventure with GeoEx! What better way to celebrate the holidays—or ring out the old and ring in the new—than with a remarkable journey in a fascinating part of our planet? Here are seven destinations our travel specialists especially recommend to round out 2017.
In the remote and still relatively untouristed Himalayan hideaway of Bhutan, visitors can see spectacular mountain scenery, enjoy hikes in the pristine countryside, rejuvenate in luxurious lodges, visit ancient monasteries, meet with Buddhist monks, and witness private blessing ceremonies.
At the end of the year, Kenya is warm, green, and sunny, with occasional dramatic thunderstorms that are great for photographs. It’s the prime season to see spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro from the Chyulu Hills.
Winter is a wonderful time to visit Morocco and savor the country’s dry and comfortably cooler weather, not to mention the fewer fellow travelers. From the magic of the medina in Fès to the marvels of Marrakech, a festive atmosphere prevails.
Many GeoEx travelers visit Myanmar once and then return again and again to experience more of this enchanting country, from the iconic Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon to the Plain of Temples in Bagan and the refreshing breezes and floating gardens of Inle Lake. Be sure to do a walking tour of Yangon to see—and feel the buzz at—the capital’s apothecaries, endlessly captivating food markets, bookstores, and coffee shops.
Most travelers go to South Africa between June to August, but in December—summer in the Southern Hemisphere—visitors see a green, warm, lush country. Celebrate in the Winelands, on the coast, or in spirited Cape Town. If a safari is a priority, inquire immediately (because space at lodges is tight). You can also tie in Mozambique’s delicious islands and beaches.
With its luxuriantly warm December weather, Sri Lanka offers atmospheric colonial villas, inviting beaches, rolling Tea Country, wildlife-rich jungles, and eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Experience Vietnam from various vantage points, with opportunities to appreciate its diverse landscapes, learn about its complex history and culture, and partake of its sophisticated and delectable cuisine. This family-friendly country features fabulous hotels and a spectrum of opportunities from casual bike rides and drifting on rivers to Vespa tours of Saigon and Hanoi, curated street food walking tours, and much more.
Our experts are at the ready to let you know what’s possible on a private, tailored-to-you journey. Contact us to learn more at 888-570-7108.