Join Wheel & Anchor on our increasingly popular 5x5 trip concept will take us to the key places of interest in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. Among many, highlights will include Angkor Wat, Halong Bay and Chiang Mai, the rose of north Thailand. With so much to take in just by ambling around on one's own, this trip enables the perfect combo of structured touring and leisure time.
Join Wheel & Anchor for an adventure down the mighty Brahmaputra River through the less-travelled Assam region of India. After a week on the lookout for elusive tiger and rhinoceros, we'll head to the mountainous Kingdom of Bhutan for a glimpse inside this devoutly Buddhist and very happy country.
Join Wheel & Anchor for an exploration of the great cities of Casablanca, Marrakech and Fes before heading across the Atlas Mountains, the barrier between the coastal regions and the vast Sahara Desert. Here we'll experience the harsh beauty of the landscape in a luxurious tented camp.
Safari by Land & Sea: South Africa & the Seychelles
3rd November 2023 - 25th November 2023
Join Wheel & Anchor's multi-part exploration of South Africa's flora, fauna and dramatic landscapes culminating with a stay at one of Africa's top private safari camps. This two-part trip also takes in the exotic archipelago of the Seychelles in a remote part of the Indian Ocean.
Join Wheel & Anchor for an extended stay on two of the Mediterranean's largest islands belonging to Italy and France. You may have never thought to visit here before but once you've been, you'll wonder why you didn't think of it sooner.
Join Wheel & Anchor for this luxurious train journey through the wilds of Africa beginning in the captivating city of Cape Town and crossing 5 countries over almost 6,000 kms. From the bounty of wildlife to the majesty of Victoria Falls, this is the ultimate African rail journey.
Join Wheel & Anchor as we follow in the centuries old footsteps of traders passing through the little known countries of Central Asia. This trip entails a massive juxtaposition between the modern city of Almaty, Kazakhstan with the ancient markets of Bukhara and Samarkand in Uzbekistan and the remnants of the Silk Road's heydays in Turkmenistan