Travel to a Destination Named a ‘Best Trip 2016’ by National Geographic Traveler

Travel to a Destination Named a ‘Best Trip 2016’ by National Geographic Traveler

MINNEAPOLIS – If you’re looking to travel to a destination that’s equal parts unique as it is worthy, there’s no better company to take you there than Borton Overseas. Industry powerhouse National Geographic Traveler recently released its Best Trips 2016 list, and Borton Overseas currently offers trips to three of these exciting destinations!

Okavango Delta in Botswana

Botswana Rhino Package: With a portion of each package booking donated to the Botswana Rhino Relocation and Reintroduction Project, guests can take comfort in knowing they are doing their part to aid in the conservation efforts of this amazing species.

Okavango Delta Lodging Options:

Camp Okavango is situated on the remote Nxaragha Island and provides a year-round water wilderness experience. The Okavango Delta is the world’s largest inland delta, featuring a maze of deep lagoons, large lakes and hidden, meandering channels.

Xugana Island Lodge is located on the Xugana Lagoon – considered the most spectacular permanent water site in the entire Okavango Delta. The waters of the Okavango River empty over the sands of the Kalahari, creating a wilderness of freshwater lagoons, channels and islands.

Borton Overseas has several trips to Botswana; to learn more, click here.

Greenland

Grand Tour of Greenland 2016: This 14 day tour shows guests all the highlights of Greenland, from north to south. Guests will explore untouched nature, small settlements, hunting communities and modern city life for a first-hand look at the vastness of this beautifully unique land. Contrasting green mountains and icebergs, flowering valleys, and cold glaciers will stun the eyes and take your breath away.

Borton Overseas has several trips to Greenland; to learn more, click here.

Seychelles

Seychelles Island Hopper: Considered to be some of the best beaches in the world, the 115 islands dotting the western Indian Ocean have remained relatively untouched by man, making this region of the globe a natural wonder. The island of La Digue offers a welcome sense of peace and tranquility, with wide, deserted beaches that will renew a person’s sense of self. Following three days on La Digue, a ferry will whisk guests away to Praslin, an island famous for the Coco de Mer, Vanilla Orchids, endemic lizards and the black parrot. As the second largest island in the Seychelles, Praslin is certainly an ideal spot for exploration. The final days of this itinerary will be spent at Mahe – home to soaring mountains, lush vegetation and over 75 beaches that offer visitors a sense of peace and solitude.

Borton Overseas has several trips to Seychelles; to learn more, click here.

Media contact: Julie Peirano; jpeirano@adventuremedianews.com; 973.714.5632. Click here for media kit. Photos available.

 

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