Zero-G Experience

Ever wondered what is like to be completely weightless, and to float and glide in the air? Ever wondered what it feels like to be an astronaut floating in space? Wonder no more. With the ZERO-G Experience you can find out exactly how it is like, without ever needing to leave Earth. Forget wind tunnels that

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Pacific Yellowfin

Pacific Yellowfin – Boutique Luxury Yachting at its Finest throughout British Columbia Many travellers and locals alike believe that British Columbia is most aptly viewed by water. Considering that the sounds and streams intricately rushing off of the Pacific Ocean have time and again been compared to the Mediterranean Sea, it is no wonder that the British Columbia isles and

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Fogo Island Inn

The island on which the Fogo Island Inn is located is a 45 minute ferry ride from Newfoundland and although at times the weather can get cold outside, the warmest of welcomes awaits you inside. The island’s people are extremely friendly and resourceful and

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Anakonda Amazon Cruises

On an Anakonda Amazon Cruise guests will visit some of the remotest parts of the Amazon whilst enjoying the comforts and service of a five star river boutique hotel. Named after the anaconda, a creature very much misinterpreted by Hollywood and by default the general public. The reality is a beautiful, spiritual,

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Mwiba Lodge

Mwiba Lodge, the latest addition to the Legendary Expeditions portfolio, recreates the glamour of the luxurious camping safaris of yesteryear, with a generous added dose of contemporary luxe, in the midst of the Tanzanian wilderness. Ten sumptuous tented suites, dotted among giant boulders and acacias, overlook a rocky gorge on

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Kimberly Quest

Kimberly Quest offer luxury expedition style wilderness cruises along Western Australia’s stunning Kimberley coast. Operating the cruises since 1996, Jeff and Lynne Ralston have taken Kimberley Quest from a simple idea and turned in to the multi-award winning cruise company that it is now. The vessel used is the Kimberley Quest II, a

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