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New Trips

The thrill of the new. Nothing quite beats notching up a new destination on the bedpost of life, and here at Original Travel we’re only too happy to help out by adding new (and improved) trips on a regular basis.

Ruins, Sudan

Sudan

We are now offering trips to Egypt's southerly neighbour, where history and culture are the order of the day.

Bird, Sao Tome and Principe

Sao Tome and Principe

Welcome to the 'Galapagos of Africa'.

Sunset in Mancora - Peru

Mancora

Mention Peru and most people will visualise dramatic Andean scenery, the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu or the mysterious Nazca lines. What they almost certainly won’t be thinking about is hip and happening beach resorts and a surfing and social scene to rival that in other Latin American hotspots such as Buzios or Jose Ignacio.

Albanian Village

Albania

One of Europe's final frontiers awaits.

Mosque in Iran

Iran

Yes, seriously. Set aside your misconceptions and consider visiting one of the most fascinating countries on the planet.

Colourful lizard in Madagascar

Madagascar

Bizarre beasties and loco landscapes put the 'mad' in Madagascar.

Pots on a Wall

Uzbekistan

Explore captivating Uzbekistan, home to several of the fabled Silk Road cities.

Salt Pans, Djibouti

Djibouti

Small but perfectly formed, Djibouti is a fascinating and beautiful country with wonderful desert scenery and fabulous snorkelling and diving.

Tribe in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is pretty much as close as you can get to frontier travel in this day and age.

South Hamer People in Ethiopia

Southern Ethiopia

Bale Mountains Nation Park (Bale is pronounced ‘bali’) is often over-looked in favour of the Simien Mountains in the north, but a new lodge means this beautiful region – home to 60% of the world’s rarest carnivore, the Ethiopian wolf - is now firmly on the map.

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