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Viva Mexico! Land of tequila and the mystical ruins of the Maya, whose major deity was Quetzalcoatl, also known as the feathered serpent. The jaguar was a highly significant animal to the Maya, as can be seen in some of the carvings at famous sites such as Chichen Itza. Today, the endangered animal is growing in numbers and might be spotted in sites such as the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. In fact, much of the wildlife and many geological features central to the Maya worldview can still be witnessed in Mexico today, such as cenotes. Thought to be portals to the underworld, they are pristine pools inside caves that are wonderfully to cool off in and explore. And while you might sample crickets in vibrant towns like Oaxaca, Mexico is known throughout the world for cuisine you might find far more palatable, such as tacos al pastor, tostadas, and tamales.

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The desert beckons you! With the golden sands of the Sahara, populated with slow-moving camels and the revered cobra (which you happily will not encounter), you are meant to fall under the spell of exotic Egypt. This is the place to touch the great pyramids of the ancient world, with tombs of ancient pharaohs and trap doors to the underworld. This is the realm of Anubis, the jackal-headed god of the dead. But Egypt is just as lively in the present tense, with cocktail bars and belly-dancing clubs, night cruises down the Nile, and vibrant markets. It is also delicious, with shawarma and hummus, fava bean stews and fresh pita, and numerous options for vegetarians and vegans. There are a number of odder things you can eat in Egypt, including cow’s feet, but only if you are feeling particularly adventurous!

Last but not least, you can get to experience all of this on our Egypt trip!

Llamas Sacsayhuaman


Perfect Peru! Home of the Inca, who worshipped the sun as their most important deity, necessary for the health of their crops and survival in the Andes. Even today, a festival of the sun still takes place in Cusco every June at the time of Peru’s winter solstice. The multicoloured flag of Indigenous people of the region also hints at the significance of rainbows to the Inca, who saw them as gifts from the sun, and bridges between the upper and lower world. Rainbows can also be seen in some of the fabrics woven in the Sacred Valley, as well as in mind-boggling geography such as many-hued mountains. Closer to the coast, you encounter sand dunes that you can board down, or the astounding Colca Canyon where you can witness the majestic condor. While cuy, or guinea pig, is a popular dish in Peru, we recommend the delectable ceviche paired with a pisco sour.

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