Take inspiration from honorary Wexas president Michael Palin, who once journeyed around the entire Pacific Ocean. From America’s sublime coastal roads and progressive cities on one side, to Australia’s golden beaches and stretching railroads, and in between, Hawaii’s sand-fringed, green volcanoes rise as island paradises leave no shortage of places waiting to be discovered.
Its waters will also bring you to the orient, as Japan’s world-beating cities and rural teahouses showcase an all-too-brief cherry blossom season – lasting from the end of March to early April. Heading back across the Pacific, stay in boutique accommodation among Patagonia’s snow-capped peaks, or cruise through Chile's picturesque fjords – a perfect springboard to the Antarctic’s wildlife.
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Hawaii is one of the world's most romantic destinations and one of the most exhilarating, home to fiery volcanoes, vivid coral reefs and emerald rainforests. A deeply ingrained surf culture adds to the laid-back atmosphere and you'll find the locals some of the most welcoming in the world.
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Book by: 30 November 2017
Discover the beauty of Yosemite National Park, austere Death Valley, bright lights of Vegas, spectacular Grand Canyon and everything in between on this definitive road trip.
Explore the very best of Peru's beautiful beaches, majestic mountains and fascinating culture on this tailor-made journey, which visits Lima, Arequipa, the Colca Canyon and Lake Titicaca before heading to the Andes and the ancient sites of Cusco, Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley.
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Book by: 30 April 2018
Witness breathtaking landscapes ranging from the vast expanses of the Atacama Desert in the north, through the verdant central plains and sweeping vineyards of the country's central region, to the lakes, glaciers and towering mountains of Patagonia in the south.
Enjoy a luxury road trip from Sydney to Byron Bay, pausing at the mist-shrouded Blue Mountains, dolphin-rich Port Stephens and the Hunter Valley’s world-famous vineyards.