A true Thai holiday, staying in two beautiful beach resorts with a unique experience at Elephant Hills included. Relax at the secluded Vijitt Resort before enjoying three days of soft adventure in an Elephant Camp, followed by five nights enjoying the beaches in Khao Lak.
Discover more wildlife on a twin or multi-centre holiday
Nature lovers will relish our itineraries below, chosen for their incredible wildlife encounters. From helping look after orphaned elephants in Thailand, to encountering magnificent orangutans in Borneo, our selection is focused on giving you unforgettable experiences.
A twin or multi-centre tour gives you the chance to experience more of the world, and offers even more amazing wildlife and vistas.
This suggested combination of Borneo's finest beaches and the Abai Jungle Lodge is a wonderfully relaxed itinerary yet with plenty of opportunity for adventure. See the endangered Orangutans and explore the rainforests and protected marine parks of this unique destination.
The ultimate Thai holiday! Our tailor-made 12 night suggested itinerary really shows what this wonderful country has to offer. The beautiful beaches of the Andaman Coast, the unspoilt and often unvisited rainforest including an elephant camp experience you will never forget and then onto the Gulf of Thailand to the gorgeous shores of Krabi - it's literally three holidays in one!
A truly wonderful family holiday. Make memories on a tropical palm fringed beach and tick off one of your travel bucket-list by taking the family to Borneo via the theme parks of Singapore’s Sentosa Island.
This incredible all-inclusive multi-centre takes you on a journey into Wilpattu National Park one of Sri Lanka's largest and most beautiful wildlife grounds, where leopards, elephants, crocodiles, sloth bears and many more animals can be found. After your two night safari, sit back and relax at the 4 star Club Hotel Dolphin.
Want to take a journey through the fascinating features of Malaysia? From the rainforest wonders of Borneo and the astonishing coral coasts of Gaya Island, to the gleaming capital, Kuala Lumpur; these three distinctive destinations offer a real insight into Malaysia’s contrasting landscapes.