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Your Next Adventure

Encounters with Gentle Giants

 It's a great time to be in Vava’u to swim with the whales! Unspoilt by tourism, the Vava’u Islands are a hidden secret from the rest of the world. The local people are mostly untouched by tourism therefore you get to experience their natural friendliness & genuine hospitality. Your days on the water vary, from looking for whales (that are happy to have you in their environment), hanging out with a mum and her cute calf, floating on the surface above a male humpback singing his lungs out, a bunch of marauding males vying for position next to a female, to a lone juvenile looking for some fun - each day is different.


WhaleSwim Adventures

Since 1999, we have successfully operated ‘swim with humpback whales’ eco–packaged tours in the beautiful untouched islands of Vava’u Tonga, where the largest population of the humpback whales reside during this time.

Journey into South Africa

Cape Town, Lion Sands, Narina Lodge & Victoria Falls

It begins the moment your plane touches down.  Africa!  Cape Town: It won’t take you long to realize why this city is among the most beloved in the world.  You’ll enjoy private tours of the Cape Peninsula, including the Cape of Good Hope, Table Mountain, and the divine Cape Winelands!  Next you set off to Lion Sands Game Reserve - the Africa of movies and legends and childhood dreams.  Go deeper into Africa as you travel to the exclusive Narina River Lodge in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve for unforgettable safaris. You’ll then fly to Livingstone, Zambia to witness one of the seven natural wonders of the world: Victoria Falls.   Words cannot prepare one for the thrill of this thundering mile-wide cascade.  The Royal Livingstone Hotel is a magnificent bastion of gleaming colonialism.  Take a scenic flight over the Falls and savor a relaxing sunset cruise along the upper Zambezi where you will watch elephants and giraffes drink at the edge of this romantic river.