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THIS IS A

SAILING, CRUISE & BEACH TRIP

The colour of the Whitsundays, the calm of the Gili Islands, the bougainvillea laden streets of Santorini - do you really need convincing? But if we must tell you the perks, how about spending your days alternatively snorkelling secret bays, exploring little towns, eating delicious local food, all whilst spent with a bunch of new pals... Available in Europe, Asia and Australia.


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NOT FLOATING YOUR BOAT?

 

That’s OK, we have 7 other travel styles for you to take your pick from, because variety is the spice of life, right? Whatever kind of traveller you are, from first timer to seasoned pro, we’ll bet we’ve got what you’re looking for. Discover our other travel styles here.

SHOULD I TAKE A SUITCASE OR BACKPACK?

Again, this is all dependent on where you’re travelling to. For trips to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, a backpack will be your best bet. Oversized suitcases or metal framed backpacks are a no-go due to luggage limitations, but you can bring a smaller bag to pack for the Galapagos, leaving your main suitcase at the hotel in Guayaquil to collect on return.

On our Australia trips which include sailing and/or 4-wheel drive trips, there is a super small luggage space so again, make sure you bring along a small bag to transfer your essentials into. Your regular luggage will be stored back at base.

On European ski trips and New Zealand trips with a ski option you have the option to bring one pair of skis and ski boots, to show off your pro skiing skills.

Other than what's mentioned above, travelling with a backpack or suitcase is totally up to you. Weigh up the pros and cons of each here.