Category Archive for: ‘Luxury Camping’

Everything Old is New Again!

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Shrinking budgets and intense scrutiny by clients are making the work of meeting and incentive professionals very challenging, however it doesn’t hurt to re-invent those inspirational destinations which ebb and flow from favour every couple of years.   To make it easy, here are a few ideas: Greece: The cerulean waters of the Aegean are beckoning……the jet-setters paradise of Santorini offers …

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LIMATOURS – Culinary Surprises of Peru

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LIMATOURS, the pre-eminent DMC in Peru has launched a wonderful concept featuring the best cuisine in The Americas.   Check out more here: Exquisite Flavors_LIMA TOURS Peru

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LIMATOURS Peru Appoint Nemonic Concepts for Australasian Market

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  LIMATOURS PERU  appoints Nemonic Concepts for Australasian markets:   SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: March 24, 2017: — Renowned Peruvian destination management company, LIMATOURS, has appointed Nemonic Concepts to launch their “Events & DMC” tourism services into the Australasian market. “We are pleased to appoint Nemonic Concepts to represent LIMATOURS within this high value, consistent market” Karinna Andrade, Manager of Meetings & …

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Chile – a destination for all seasons


Home to an exquisite mix of vibrant culture and film-worthy terrain, Chile houses enough adventure to satisfy the most intrepid of explorers. We’ve put together FIVE ways to leave your busy schedule behind and get your next incentive off the grid in Chile. Star-gaze in the Atacama Desert and Altiplano With no light pollution and sprawling cloudless skies, the Atacama …

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One Visa when visiting Zambia and Zimbabwe

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From the 1st of December 2014, a new uni-visa system will be implemented at Zambian/Zimbabwean borders and will mean that visitors to both countries will require only one visa. This will ensure easy movement for incentive groups when exploring the Zambezi River between Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and Livingstone in Zambia. The new visa strategy is premised on an increasing …

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Oman reveals a rich history with a touch of adventure

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Arguably the most interesting of the Arabian Gulf destinations, Oman is ideal for incentive corporate groups that would like to inject a measure of education into their program. As well as beach, Oman reveals a rich seam of history, markets unchanged since Biblical times, nights in the desert with adventures ranging from dune bashing to camel rides and spectacular mountain …

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Now is the time to experience Southern Africa


Wedgewood South Africa, a creative, professional destination management company based in Cape Town, will bring the colours and rhythms of the Southern Africa region alive.  Dinner in a vineyard on a mountain, dinner in a riverbed in the heart of safari country or dinner in the centre of a world-renowned sporting field, your experiences are only limited by Wedgewood’s imagination! …

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The Autumn beauty of South America


With the changing colours welcoming in the cooler months, South America is gearing up for the biggest party in the world for 2014 – The Football World Cup.  Scheduled to take place from mid June to mid July, the world will only have eyes for one country  – Brazil! However, life continues in other parts of South America, and there …

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Jaipur – Elephants, Maharajas and Palaces

  The bustling city of Jaipur lies on the edge of Rajasthan’s Thar Desert, and is peppered with crumbling forts, royal palaces and ancient temples. It’s affectionately known as the “Pink City”, as its most prominent buildings are washed in a salmon pink colour.  Jaipur is a fascinating maze of narrow alleyways, opulent palaces and grand historic sites, which will …

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Buenos Aires: To cortado or latte

Coffee is a big deal in Argentina. Back when Australians were busy discovering the benefits of espresso over Nescafe, Argentines already had a sophisticated coffee culture a century old. For generations the café has been as central to the Argentine lifestyle as the local pub to the English or the backyard to Australians. It’s no surprise then that the capital, …

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