If you are dreading escorted tours because of the fear that you might not be able to enjoy or explore freely, here are some tour packages worth checking.
- If you want to experience something wild, it is time to visit Africa specifically Botswana, Victoria Falls and South America. You can go on a 13-day tour that will fill your heart with wonder that the great continent can offer. The trip will start at Cape Town going to Cape Point where you will be able to witness the seas of the Cape of Good Hope. Going down the beach will give you a chance to meet hundreds of penguins at a time. You will get to travel from Stellenbosch to Johannesburg and stay at Entabeni Conservancy where you will get to see a lion, rhino, leopard, elephant and Cape buffalo. You will get to experience a safari cruise on the Chobe River located in Botswana with a bonus crocodile watching too. The same tour will give you a chance to visit Victoria Falls which is located in Zimbabwe.
- There is also a tour dedicated for people who are interested in visiting the national parks in America. This will last for seven days and you will get to see the first national park located in Wyoming. Starting at Jackson Hole, you will go pass by Grand Tetons and ride a snowcoach to get to the Old Faithful Lodge. The same transport will take you to Mammoth, Lamar Valley and the tour will end with a visit at Caribbou-Targhee National Forest located in Idaho and National Elk Refuge.
- If you want to venture north, try a 12-day tour which will start at St. John’s followed by a nature cruise at the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve. There will be boat trips to give you a chance to see whales and eagles in the Straits of Belle Isle going to Labrador Island as well as the Red Bay National Historic Site. Once you are back on land, you can check out the icebergs in Cape Bonavista and Long Point Lighthouse of Twillingate. The tour will end at the Cupids Cove Plantation and a hike to the L’Anse aux Meadows.
If you are not feeling any of these, you can go south and choose your own South America Tour.