Best tours: Surprising new ways to see Japan, Morocco, Tasmania and Georgia

Best tours: Surprising new ways to see Georgia , Morocco, Tasmania and Japan


TOURS


INSIDE JAPAN TOURS


An organised itinerary that lets you do your own thing? A tour for people that don't do group tours?  Sounds like mission impossible right! but this Japanese specialist pulls it off with its self-guided tours. It provides details bookings and occasional day tours but you explore on your own. An impressive way to see interesting corners of Japan with the reassurance of back up support.

TASMANIAN SEAFOOD SEDUCTION CRUISE, TASMANIA


A perfect way to explore the pristine waters of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel and Bruny Island. Don't be surprised if your skipper disappears below deck and returns in a wetsuit ready to dive for sea urchin and abalone for your lunch. Local Tasmanian wines, oysters, farmed salmon, live lobster and environmental education are also on the menu. A very civilized way to connect back to the magic of the ocean.

CROOKED COMPASS, DISCOVER GEORGIA TOUR


If you are one of the Europe-jaded travelers turning your attention towards Georgia off-piste travel company Crooked Compass will take you there. Its Discover Georgia itinerary includes 5 days trekking through the mysterious Svaneti region where you'll hike through wildflower filled valleys and stay in medieval stone villages where hardy locals fill you with home made wine while regaling menacing tales of revenge blood feuds.

MAGIC BUS ARTISAN TOUR, MOROCCO


Focusing on local culture and artisan craft, these exceptionally well-curated Morocco tours help travelers wriggle beneath the cultural roots of the handmade textiles, pottery and baskets they'll be picking up throughout the country. Covering the Atlas Mountains, the Dades Valley, Marrakech, deserts and more guests stay at gorgeous kasbahs, riads and tented camps along the way.




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