Explore has launched a new collection of worldwide adventures with a launch offer of up to 10% discount on all new trips booked by November 7.

New destinations for next year include Haiti, where guests can witness a traditional Voodou ceremony; Sumatra to visit the indigenous Batak Toba villages; or a trip to the volcanic vistas on a new ‘Reunion and Mauritius’ trip.

During the 16-day journey in the Indian Ocean clients can walk on the crater rim of Piton Maldo and cross the scenic Cirque de Salazie, situated in the forested mountains. They can also go stargazing with a local astronomer, explore the local markets of Mahebourg and learn how to cook traditional creole food during a cookery class in Port Louis. Trips depart in June, August, September and October and cost from £3,399 per person. The price includes flights, 13 nights’ hotel accommodation with breakfast, some other meals, transport and the services of a leader, driver and local guides.

Alternatively, clients can get off the tourist trail in India or Burma and search for the Asiatic Lions in Gujarat, India – the only place in the world they can be seen in the wild - or camp on the uninhabited island of Nat Thamee Yedwin in the Mergui Archipelago, southern Burma.

Ashley Toft, the operator’s managing director, said: “We’re really excited to be launching our 2017 Worldwide Adventures and the team have worked tirelessly to create this huge range of inspiring new trips. “Whether it’s following the journey of the Klondike Stampeders through Gold Rush country in the USA, soaking up the history of Gdansk or visiting Gandhi’s ashram in India, we’re confident our latest collection offers something unique for every adventurous traveller.”

For more information visit explore.co.uk or call 01252-884723.

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