DAY ONEWe head into the North of KwaZulu Natal to Shakaland the home of King Shaka Zulu s video.Then we overnight on Dinner bed and breakfast in Battlefield and get the Battlefield specialist. DAY TWOEnjoy breakfast and start our day with Isandlwana Battlefield followed by Rorkes drift experience.We then have lunch and proceed to Isimangaliso Wetlands Park and overnight in one of the accommodation in St lucia. DAY THREEBreakfast and go for Boat Cruise to spot wild hippos, birds, wild crocodile etc . Have Lunch and proceed to the cultural village where you will touch and feel the Zulu attire with Zulu people in KwaZulu, get to live like a Zulu for a day.Then proceed to the Cheeters rehabilitation centre. Overnight in Hluhluwe DAY FOUREnjoy Hluhluwe Game Reserve on Dinner bed and Breakfast and explore the bush with 2 open vehicle game drive and game drive using our own vehiclesDAY FIVEBreakfast and Drive to Durban whilst enjoying the game drive on the way out.
The first day you will stand at Tyne Cot Military Cemetery, Passendale, Crest Farm, Essex Farm and at the Menin Gate.The second day you will stand in one of the Tunnels at Vimy Ridge, see the Memorial, in Courcelette and Thiepval At Lochnagar Crater and you will visit the battlefield and the Beaumont Hamel Memorial Park.
This allows you the opportunity to see a bit of everything, Rob Roy country the National Park of "The Trossachs" and lunch. After lunch it’s "Braveheart country", with Doune & Stirling Castles, the battlefield of Bannockburn, a visit to some Highland cattle and a Highland Malt Distillery, then it's back on your minibus as we head back towards Edinburgh.
You will discover the true story of William Wallace from Glasgow, you will step on the battlefield in which Robert the Bruce got the independence of Scotland. You will relive the feats of the famous Rob Roy MacGregor, enjoying the magic of Lake Katrine in the Trossachs National Park. On this tour you will review the life of the great heroes of Scotland and end up toasting in a distillery of scotch whiskey, slàinte!
Explore Canada’s role in World War I on this full-day Somme battlefield tour from Arras.Explore tunnels and trenches used by Canadian forces during the Battle of Vimy Ridge in 1917 with a guide.Visit the Courcelette Canadian Memorial, Neuville St. Vaast Canadian N°2 Cemetery, and Thiepval Memorial to the Missing of the Somme, and learn of the many lives laid down in battle. After lunch, visit WWI battle trenches at the Beaumont Hamel New Foundland Memorial Park. Tour includes round-trip travel from your Arras hotel.
Our Gettysburg Tour is a glimpse into the Civil War Era and provides a detailed review of the events that took place during the Battle of Gettysburg. Your journey begins with a stop at Shriver House Museum, where you will travel back as you walk through the Shrivers' meticulously restored 1860 home. After visiting the Shriver House, you'll enjoy a buffet lunch. From lunch, you'll visit Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center, which will introduce you to the Battle of Gettysburg. We'll finish the day with a 2-hour tour of the Battlefield in the comfort of your Motor Coach.
Our Gettysburg Tour is a glimpse into the Civil War Era and provides a detailed review of the events that took place during the Battle of Gettysburg. Your journey begins with a stop at Shriver House Museum, where you will travel back as you walk through the Shrivers' meticulously restored 1860 home. After visiting the Shriver House, you'll have some free time for lunch. After lunch, you'll visit Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center, which will introduce you to the Battle of Gettysburg. We'll finish the day with a 2-hour tour of the Battlefield in the comfort of your Motor
Visit the legendary battlefield of the two Patriotic Wars where Napoleon's Grand Armee fought its deadliest single-day battle against the Russian Army in 1812 and where in 1941 the German troops were rushing towards Moscow. Borodino field is dotted with dozens of monuments and fortifications. There's also a small but noteworthy museum displaying artefacts and artworks related to 1812. The itinerary is totally flexible, explore everything at your own pace. I'm not a licensed guide so I'll rather be your driver and travel companion on that trip providing all the essential information and assistance.This tour can be combined with visiting the tank museum in Kubinka and the Patriot park which house an extensive collection of German and Soviet armour.My car is a Subaru Outback comfortable for 3 passengers (but can accommodate 4).