July 2015 trip with Tony Childs and Robin Mutley.
July 6. Meeting in Moscow. 900 km
July 7. Moscow – Borodino (the 1812 Napoleon war major battlefield) – Staritsa (a nice monastery – the favorite retreat of one the most well-known and controversial Russian tsars Ivan the Terrible) – Lake Seliger (a nice monastery lo-cated on an island, site of Polish POW death camp, tasting smoked eels born in the Sargasso Sea) – overnight in Ostashkov. 580 km
July 8. Ostashkov – Volgoverkhovie (the source of the Volga River) – Staraya Russa (spa resort since 1828, tasting medicinal mineral water flo
This trip is including DIVING option. Trip starts and ends in Baja California Sur, Cabo San Lucas. After a first stop in Islas Revillagigedos (no land fall, only zodiak cruising + diving allowed) we will make our way to Clipperton. A detailed PDF is available in German, if needed we can prepare one in english as well.
November 3: Arrive Nairobi
Arrive in Kenya, transfer from the airport to the campsite in Karen, Nairobi. This evening we can have a casual welcome dinner to go over the trip plans.
Included meals: None
November 4: Nairobi
Visit David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage in the morning. After lunch head to Kibera to visit Amani Kibera’s projects including the library.
Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
November 5: Nairobi to Maasai Mara
After breakfast we depart on our safari adventure. Drive to the world famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve arriving in time for lunch. Maasai Mara, Ke
Join us November 1-21, 2015 as we head to South Georgia Island on a 20-day expedition voyage. Those of you who are historians will recognize South Georgia Island as the remote southern island where famed explorer Ernest Shackleton miraculously landed in his small lifeboat, which led to the rescue of his entire "Endurance" crew who were stranded in Antarctica.
South Georgia's second claim to fame (or first, depending on who you ask) is its phenomenal wildlife. Hundreds of thousands of king penguins, elephant seals and other marine animals and birds populate its shores. Hanging glaciers and