No matter where you are and who you are in the world Five Star Travel can help you enjoy Summer 2017 with style. These Awesome vacation ideas for families, Individuals and Groups will ensure that the memories you make this summer will remain unforgettable.
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Discover All the Beauty in Ikoyi and Lekki in Lagos
Discover the beauty of this wonderful city through the eyes of those living and working in Lagos.
Witness the great migration in Kenya
Spot the majestic ‘Big Five’ in Kenya’s iconic Maasai Mara, a stunning landscape of rolling plains, great lakes and vast wildernesses. Visit this sprawling savannah from July to September and see the annual Great Migration, a spectacular wildlife show and the largest mass movement of land animals on earth. Watch in awe as a million stampeding wildebeest complete their 300-mile journey from the Serengeti.
Swim with whale sharks in Australia Western Australia’s breathtaking Ningaloo Marine Park is an ocean paradise, where crystal-clear waters shroud the world’s largest fringing reef. This incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site teems with turtles, manta rays, swarms of brightly coloured fish and, most famously, the gentle whale shark. Visit between March and August for the chance to swim alongside these elusive creatures, a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience you’ll never forget.
Come face-to-face with Lemurs in Madagascar Unspoilt Madagascar is a haven for nature lovers – its diverse landscapes are home to over 70 species of lemur, a fascinating primate unique to the island. Visit from June to August and explore this beguiling destination to the fullest, discovering a culture steeped in rituals and tradition.
Discover graceful tigers in India India offers an irresistible blend of ancient palaces, rich culture and vibrant wildlife. Ranthambore National Park is a leading tiger conservation centre and one of the best places on earth to spot these elusive creatures in the wild. From November to April, embark on thrilling game drives and enjoy tutorials from a renowned local naturalist, uncovering endangered tigers along with leopards, crocodiles and birds.