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fr Tanzania Rwanda-Uganda Botswana Ethiopia Namibia Kenya Zambia South Africa Cameroon Morocco Beaches of Africa

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India Tibet-Nepal Sri Lanka Japan Bhutan China Vietnam Myanmar Indonesia Thailand Cambodia-Laos Uzbekistan Beaches of Asia

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Chile Argentina Ecuador - Galapagos Antarctica Mexico Peru-Amazon Costa Rica Guatemala United States Brazil Beaches of America

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Tanzania / Captivating sunsets 0 -BLF.PNFMMBt.BSBOHVt-BLF/BUSPOt4BBEBOJ/1t)PSPNCPt/HPSPOHPSP -BLF&ZBTJt4FSFOHFUJ/1t.JLVNJ/1t3VBIB/1

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tarting from the colonial room at the lodge, the traveler finds himself trapped by the spell of the sweet, warm sheets. The volcanic chimney with the most fauna in the world appears before your eyes as something magical. A place that is created for literature and subconscious dreams. The diverse parks both in the north and south of the country make Tanzania the ideal destiny for a traditional African safari. Never forgetting the multicultural inheritance of over one hundred different ethnic backgrounds.

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Rwanda–Uganda / Gorillas in the mist 0 ,JHBMJt7PMDBOP/BUJPOBM1BSLt-BLF,JWVt/ZVOHXF/BUJPOBM1BSLt2VFFO&MJ[BCFUI/BUJPOBM1BSL .VSDIJTPO'BMMT/BUJPOBM1BSLt,JEFQP7BMMFZ/BUJPOBM1BSL

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The naturalist guides, experts in knowledge of the area, guide the traveler through the foliage and the fog to the primate families. The adrenaline flowing through your veins with the sight of them, a few meters away and in their natural habitat, is unique.

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Illustrations Left photo: Lodge in the Okavango Delta Top photo: Lodge in Chobe National Park Right photo: Elephant near a lodge at Chobe National Park

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Illustrations Left photo: Copta of Saint George church in Lalibela Top photo: Ethiopian woman Right photo: Man praying in Axum 18  %$




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amibia is an incredible country where words take on a whole different meaning. Its open, immense landscapes color the sky with intense colors as the day closes and the sun begins to set. The variety of colors and textures under the changing light of day is one of the most beautiful natural spectacles on earth.

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Illustration Top photo: Lodge in Amboseli National Park

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Left photo: Lodge at Kruger National Park Top photo: Leopard at Kruger National Park Bottom photo: View of Cape Town

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Egypt / Gods and cult 0 Cairo • Luxor • Edfu • Kom Ombo • Aswan • Abu Simbel • Alexandria • Saint Katherine…

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here is no other place on earth that holds as many wonders as Egypt. Wonders that have remained undiscovered for centuries, millenniums, that today are presented to the traveler as a shiny golden light in a colorful painting or a giant silent, motionless stone. Wonders that transport human understanding from birth to the underground world of death, a journey that is touched by the relentless Solar God.

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Egypt is a journey to the glorious past of humanity that has remained untouched through time. At the present, its temples, that have been rescued from the desert sand, intertwine with the narrow streets of the cities, the markets and the scent of the orient. An exciting journey through a treasure of incalculable value.


Moments NUBA in Egypt • Enjoy the company of an experienced Egyptian archeology expert throughout your whole journey. • Special private passes to visit monuments that are closed to the public. • Journey through the Nile in a private boat, an excursion with no restrictions or set itinerary. • Travel through the paths created by the ancient inhabitants of the Valley of the Nile, the route of the western oasis or the paths that take you to the Valley of the Kings, places that at the present are not part of the normal touristic routes. • Dive in the Red Sea amongst coral and millenary remains.

Illustrations Left photo: Entrance to the Abu Simbel Temple Top photo: Housing in Cairo Bottom photo: Panoramic view of Cairo

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Jordan / Crib of all civilizations 0 Amman • Jerash • Madaba • Mount Nebo • Dana • Wadi Rum • Petra…

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ordan is one of the oldest civilizations in history. Since ancient times the land, sometimes fertile and others hostile, has offered itself to humanity, especially in its commercial facets. Jordan is the crossroad that connects the known world, the Mare Nostrum of Roman tradition, with the lands of the

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Orient. Its hills and deserts gave birth to the majority of the ten cities that compose life between these two universes. At the present, it stands tall, resisting many adversities, making evident the will of humanity to open new doors on its journey to knowledge and communication.


Moments NUBA in Jordan • Flight over the Wadi Rum Desert or journey on camel, emulating the great deeds of Lawrence of Arabia. • Bath in thermal baths, a historical tradition, on the shore of the Dead Sea. • Observe the clear sky, from the Wadi Rum Desert, accompanied by an expert astrologist. • Travel through the Jordan Valley, boundary to the land of Canaan. • Mingle with the local population enjoying its Bedouin traditions, gastronomy and way of life.

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Israel / Holy land 0 Tel Aviv • Haifa • Nazareth • Jerusalem • Masada • Dead Sea…

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he Holy Land. The sacred land for the three religions. The most beloved and disputed land throughout centuries. Every corner of the region is full of legend, myths, history, tradition and symbols, from the high mountains that divide the fertile valleys to the ruthless desert and the narrow stone streets of its most expressive city, Jerusalem. Israel is the meeting point where a traveler is able to encounter from the Christian traditions to the roots of Judaism or the Muslim mysticism all just a few steps apart, separating the Via Dolorosa from the Wailing Wall and the mosque esplanade. The land of faith that is interiorized by its people, its gestures, wines, streets and memories.

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Moments NUBA in Israel • Meet some of the most respectable archeologists of the present and learn of their recent investigations in Israel. • Spend the night in a kibutz, Israeli agricultural commune, witnessing their customs and traditions. • Lunch at a drusa family home. • Journey through the historical sites and archeoligical findings, following the path of the historical Jesus, through the ancient Galilea, Judea and Samaria of the century I a.C.

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Dubai / An oasis of exclusiveness 0 City center • Desert…

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he sea, desert and millions of skyscrapers appear out of nowhere. The ancient British colony and caravan route lives today surrounded by opulence and luxury after thirty years of transformations. Giants of glass and steel, awesome golf courses, the largest concentration of five star hotels on earth and a population with a high percentage of foreigners, from two hundred different nationalities, form the essence of this country. The wide avenues accompany the landscape in the journey in exclusive vehicles to exquisite shops and elegant restaurants that decorate this Cosmopolitan place.

Moments NUBA in Dubai • Dine in the middle of the Arabigo Desert after participating in an exhilarating 4x4 rally. • Go shopping in the most selective shops and boutiques of Dubai. • Spend the night in a luxury villa, surrounded by green oasis, lost amongst the desert dunes. • Play golf in the cities best golf courses, scuba dive and practice alpine skiing in the Emirate Mall. • Fly in hydroplane over the impressive city skyline.

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Abu Dhabi / Lighthouse of the persian gulf 0 Masdar city • City center • Marina • Desert

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apital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi evolves and reinvents itself continuously. In the last forty years, this small fisherman village began the frenetic race to change and become one of the richest and most attractive powers of the world.

The traveler is able to find a beautiful post card scene of the city by contemplating the coast, the intense blue water of the Persian Gulf, the dozens of new islands that house skyscrapers, luxury hotels and some of the most sophisticated and modern restaurants and museums in the world.

Moments NUBA in Abu Dhabi • Private entrance to Masdar City and the Ferrari Park. • Cruise through the bay on a private sail boat. • Fly in helicopter over the Abu Dhabi skyline. • Hire the company of a personal shopper in the Abu Dhabi Mall. • Attend the Formula 1 GP. • Enjoy an evening champagne cocktail at the Skylight Lounge of the Yas Viceroy.

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Asia India - TĂ­bet-Nepal Sri Lanka - Japan - China Bhutan - Vietnan - Myanmar Indonesia - Thailand Cambodia-Laos - Uzbekistan Beaches of Asia


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India / Land of the kings 0 Jaisalmer • Jodhpur • Udaipur • Agra • Delhi • Ladakh • Sikkim • Darjeeling • Mahabalipuram • Periyard National Park • Kumarakom • Cochin • Benares • Kahurajo…

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egends, incense, color, spices, and mysticism… all the different sensations that come to mind when a traveler engulfs the landscapes of India. Mausoleums symbolizing eternal love, deserts scattered with glorious palaces, immense tea plantations or lush green gardens surrounded by labyrinths of lakes and canals.

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Beyond our dreams, it is possible to feel like an authentic maharaja staying in the most exclusive palaces and royal residences of Rajasthan, live an authentic and local experience in a traditional haveli in Bundi or sleep at a luxurious camp in the middle of the Thar Desert.


Moments NUBA in India • Fast pass to contemplate the spectacular view of the Taj Mahal under the light of the moon. • Journey through the mountains, lakes and valleys of the northern most region of the country, Ladakh, refuge for the Tibetan Buddhist culture. • Private excursions in a traditional boat through the Cochin Bay, navigating through the incredible canals. • The royal cenotaphs of Bada Bagh in Jaisalmer, adventuring on camel into the Thar Desert and organizing a special dinner amongst the dunes. • Visit to the Mother Teresa of Calcutta mission viewing the help given to the disfavored or to a girls orphanage in Mumbai.

Illustrations Left photo: Woman wearing a Sari Top photo: Traditional camel merchants Bottom photo: The Ganges passing through Benares

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Tibet-Nepal / Close to heaven 0 Katmandú • Bhaktapur • Pashupatinath • Pokhara • Sarangkot • Nagarkot • Nyalam • Saga • Paryang Darchen • Syangboche • Lo Manthang • Samar…

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n Nepal, the spiritual material makes up the daily life. Hundreds of imagines of deities fill the streets, disfigured by the fervent devotion of its people. The eyes, painted on the stupa, remind us of the capacity Buddha has to see all. The Buddhist chants and the eco of the bells that rumble in the air announce a new day.

Surrounded by a great wall of snowed mountains, we find a legendary figure carved out of terracotta Wood, in the valley of Katmandu. The traveler breaths in its history while sipping on a masala tea in the gardens of their private quarters. In the following days experiences will be shared with the pilgrims that accompany you on a hike to Mount Kailash, one of the most sacred places on earth.

Moments NUBA in Nepal and Tibet • After hiking through the Valley of Katmandu, discover the architectural remains of the ancient Newari culture in the medieval village of Panauti. • Journey in a private boat through Lake Phewa between Annapurna, the immense green valley and the beautiful city of Pokhara. • Art and nature in the picturesque villages of Bhaktapur and Nagrkot, in the rural heart of the Himalaya Mountain range. • Helicopter flight over Everest with the best views of the Himalayas. • Journey along the Kali Gandaki River, the most sacred for the Hindu and Buddhist.

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Sri Lanka / Tears of the indigo 0

Dambulla • Kotugoda • Sigiriya • Minneriya National Park • Kandy • Hatton • Colombo…

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onds with purple lotto flowers and rice fields with their green buds braided into a mosaic of different tones. The monsoon clouds have dissapeared. In the extense plantations of tea and cinnamon, the tamil harvesters, natives of the south of India, seem to be floating in a green sea that is lost between the hills. With their bundles resting on their backs, they collect the legendary tea of Ceilan.

Moments NUBA in Sri Lanka • Journey in a balloon at sun rise to experience the incredible strength of Sigiriya and the massive forest surrounding it. • Tea tasting at one of the best tea locations at a plantation in the interior of the island. • Blue whale sighting in the south of the country (between December and April). The Mirissa coast is one of the best places to contemplate them in their natural habitat. • Discover the elephant orphanage in Pinnawela, it is one of the largest in the world.

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• Safari at the Yala National Park in search for birds, lazy bears, leopards and crocodiles.

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Japan / Empire of the sun 0 Tokyo • Kyoto • Fuji • Hakone • Kawaguchiko • Okuyugawara • Hikone • Shikoku • Hokkaido…

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and chaos, in soothing Kioto everything is more relaxed. The silence and the zen environment invades the golden temples and sanctuaries, surrounded by perfect stone gardens where we breath in the smell of the past.


Moments NUBA in Japan • Pilgrimage to the heart of Shintoism and Buddhism zen in Shikoku, the most remote virgin island of Japan, through the journey where the knowledgeable Buddhist Kukai of the X century found purity. • Ski at the Hakuba Mountains, in the Alpes on the north face of Nagano. • Discover part of the ancient Nakasendo route, one of the classic routes of the Edo period. • Travel to Hokkaido, the northern island, where you meet the Ainu and the customs of the original inhabitants. • Experience the daily traditional Japanese life: rest in an exclusive Ryokan, wear elegant kimonos, learn the katano technique alongside of an expert or relax in an Onsen, Japanese thermal bath.

Illustrations Left photo: Panoramic view of Tokyo Top photo: Shinjuku neighborhood in Tokyo Bottom photo: Zen garden at the Tofukuji Temple in Tokyo 18  %$




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Bhutan / Where time stands still 0 Dochula • Wangdue Phodrang • Paro • Timbu • Punakha…

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n Bhutan time seems to stand still and the traditions take on a special meaning. Hidden in the mightiness of the Himalaya Mountains embraced by the essence of Buddhism, the Dragon kingdom has been isolated for centuries. Today the traveler is received by carpets of rice plantations, houses of vivid colors, monasteries that hang from the steep cliffs and the pleasant, always curious smile of its inhabitants.

Moments NUBA in Bhutan • Discover a non touristic lamasery, to the chants of the local Buddhist monks. • Rafting in Punakha or hike at a higher altitude, free of tourists and infrastructures. • Hiking and horseback riding through the beautiful Paro and Punakha valleys. • Dine with a Bhutan family along with cooking classes, tasting some of the exquisite local cuisine. • Attend an archery competition. The national sport of Bhutan and one of the major attractions of the area.

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China / Millenary culture 0 Beijing • Xian • Shanghai • Lijiang • Shangri-La • Lake Napa…

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ossessor of a combination of modern and tradition, China is a country with two sides. The legacy of the ancient dynasties lives in harmony with the futuristic cities. Legends and modern life extend their hands before the slanted glance of its inhabitants.

The busy bustling crazy rhythm of Shangai and Hong Kong, its giant buildings and wide avenues lit up with neon lights, a contrast with the quiet villages of the south, like Lijiang or the beautiful Shagri-La, where life carries about under the protection of the Himalayas.

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Moments NUBA in China • Shanghai in a vintage sidecar from the 1930s and a cruise through the Huangpu River contemplating its famous skyline. • Spend the day in Zhujiajiao, the ancient city full of Canals and Stone bridges, with more than a thousand years of history. • Open air music and dance show at the Jade Dragon Mountain, 3.500m high, where the Naxi, Yi, Bai and surrounding Ethnics groups represent their life style and traditions.

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• The rural village of Baishe on bicycle. Only a few kilometers from Lijiang at the foot of the snowed Jade Dragon Mountain.

Right photo: Canal in Shangri-La Right photo: Lijiang River

• Discover the city of Hangzhou, the capital of the Song dynasty, and its western lake with the Pagoda of Six Harmonies.

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Vietnam / Exploring the legend 0 Xeo Quit • Phong Nha • Vinh Moc • Dien Bien Phu • Hanoi • Ha long Bay • Lao Cai • Sapa Danang • Hoi An • My Son • Ho Chi Minh • Mekong Delta…

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he sun rises in silence. The shadows of the first wooden reeds are reflected on the still waters of Halong Bay. The fog makes you lose the notion of distance and reality, creating a journey full of surprises as small islands appear scattered everywhere. 18  %$



This is the magical moment when the bay shows itself as it has always been for the last centuries, keeping the timelessness of a place that has not been shared with mankind.


Moments NUBA in Vietnam • Journey in a private Junco through the Halong Bay and its islands. • Contemplate the incredible sight of the rice fields in the Valley of Muong Hoa, home to a minority of ethnic groups such as Zay, Tay and Xapho. • Enjoy a cup of tea in the company of an ex Vietcom soldier in Xeo Quit. • At the Phong Nha National Park, declared national heritage, visit the caves and paths in the limestone where the North Vietnamese people hid from the air raids during the Vietnam War. • Stroll through Hanoi and Hue, in the company of a historian.

Illustrations Left photo: Hanoi Facade Top photo: Ho Chi Minh Bottom photo: Junco in Halong Bay

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Myanmar / Land of pagodas and gold 0 Amarapura • Sagaing • Mingun • Yangon • Bagan • Mandalay • Heho • Lake Inle…

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he golden Myanmar gives small pleasures and eternal moments that no other place is capable of giving. Colorful sunsets in a balloon, contemplating the hundreds of towers and domes of the pagodas, promenades on elephants through the intense green rice fields, ethnic tribe encounters with the Mahouts and Padaung, with whom to share rituals and ancestral beliefs… In the evenings, cozy mansions of teak and stilts on the water, lit by hundreds of candles, the elegant housing where you can rest peacefully.

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Moments NUBA in Myanmar • Fly in a balloon over the more than three thousand pagodas of Bagan contemplating the sun rise. • Lake Inle, home of the Intha people, with villages on stilts, the markets and the sight of the fishermen standing in their small boats. • Have an ethnic encounter with the Padaung accompanied by a private guide. A unique opportunity to better understand their ancient traditions. • Private dinners illuminated by torches on the lake shores. • Meditation with the Buddhist monks in Dzong.

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Indonesia / The smile of the gods 0 Kintamani • Prambanan • Borobudur • Magelang • Denpasar • Ubud • Yogyakarta…

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rapped by the two oceans and crossed by the fire belt of the Pacific, the islands of Indonesia seduce with their beauty and exoticism. Fields covered with green vegetation that almost looks artificial, Hindu temples that sprout from the jungle and sleeping volcanoes that reach into the clouds make this

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place, blessed by the Gods, a dreamy Paradise. On the private villa terrace, the palm trees grow along with hanging gardens, the infinite pools defy gravity. This is the perfect refuge to rest and disconnect. A sandelwood and spice breeze blows through every corner of the quarters.


Moments NUBA in Indonesia • Journey through the heart of rural Bali on the mitical kubelwagen or Harley Davidson. • Traditional ramayana dance shows, in the temples of Prambanan. • The bird market of Yogyakarta. • Yoga in Borobudur, the largest Buddhist monument in the world, and the temples of Pawon and Mendut. • Ascension to the Summit of the smoking volcano Batur.

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Thailand / The golden garden 0 Bangkok • Chiang Rai • Chiang Mai • Sri Lanna National Park • Amphawa • Khao Yai National Park Chiang Bay • Korat • Pimai • Ubon Ratchatani…

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agodas and palaces that never forget the glories of other eras, floating markets full of the rich colors of the fruit and vegetables, villages that move around the golden temples smelling of incense and old devotions… From the cosmopolitan

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Bangkok to the tribal villages of the northern part of the country, the door to southeast Asia opens up to the traveler returning all the splendor of past epochs. A trip through history and the spirituality of a millinery kingdom.


Illustrations Left photo: Panoramic view of Bangkok Top photo: Lodging on an island in Thailand Bottom photo: Floating market of Damnoen Saduak

Moments NUBA in Thailand • Typical Thailanese dinner with a Lanna family, an ancient culture from the northern part of the country. • Harvest with the local women a rice field in Phrao, one of the least known areas of Chiang Mai. • Healing rituals with a Lisu tribe participating in the ancestral traditions, in the hills of north Thailand. • Leaving Krabi, on board a small fishermen boat, the traveler discovers the daily life of Andaman. • Evening safaris through the virgin paths of the Khao Yai National Park, the oldest in the country.

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Cambodia–Laos / The stone dream 0 Ban Xang Khong • Thin Hong • Luang Prabang • Siem Reap‌

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t sun rise the five central towers of Angkor Watt appear through the thick fog. A faint smell of burning wood flows through the area. This is the moment when the Buddhist monks, clothed with saffron colored tunics, give their offerings at the alters. The traveler contemplates with awe the immense strength of the trunks and ceiba roots, invading with no pity the fascinating Ta Phrom ruins. In Laos, on the shore of the Mekong river, arrises Luang Prabang. A place that is isolated in the middle of the jungle and mountains, which in the past was called “The kingdom of a million elephants�. This is a place where rushing is incompatible with the way of life, feeling or thinking of its inhabitants. It is practically impossible to remember the fast rhythm and routine of the western world.

Moments NUBA in Cambodia and Laos • Private candle light dinner at a temple in Cambodia. • Admire the spectacular Kuangsi Falls, settled in between exotic plants and turquoise waters, an authentic natural Paradise in Laos. • Boat journey through the Mekong River exploring the sacred caves of Buddha. • Watch the sun rise at Angkor Wat while riding on an elephant. • Learn Laosian kitchen secrets from one of the best chefs of Luang Prabang.

Illustration Top photo: Angkor Wat Temple in Siem Reap

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Uzbekistan / The door to the east 0 Samarkand • Bukhara • Jiva…

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he country with the most fascinating historical inheritance of Central Asia is today one of the travel destinies that invokes more curiosity amongst its visitors. Samarkand, Bukhara, Jiva… The most ancient oasis cities in the world come back with full splendor after being forgotten for many years. Its architectural relics and Islamic culture still survive the harsh,

longest and evoking commercial route of all humanity: The Silk Route. The golden deserts accentuate the turquoise colored tiles of the mosques and the busy bazaars with the smell of spices. Cities that hide, behind their walls, tall minarets and madrasas, legends and traditions of a friendly and hospitable society.

Moments NUBA in Uzbekistan • Accompanied by a private guide, discover the blue dome of the Chorsu bazaar and the Tashkent market with the best uzbeca produce. • Journey in a private vehicle through the red desert of Kyzylkum, on the path from Jiva to Bukhara, remembering the ancient caravan route. • Discover firsthand the palaces of the governors and the mausoleums of the sheiks. • Spend the night in aYurt in the region of Nurata. Nomad houses of the Kazakh tribe in a circular form, of felt and wood, where the ancient kings rested in the middle of the desert of Central Asia. • Pilgrimage to the holy places of Bukhara.

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Beaches of Asia / Coral & emerald 0 Maldives • Yao Noi • Phi Phi • Con Dao • Lombok • Ngapali…

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legant boutique hotels Tai style, glamorous sheets covered in flower petals compose the pure essence of Asian luxury. Villas amongst the palm trees, infinite pools that connect with the sea, beaches with fine sand and transparent waters in paradises that are still waiting to be discovered.

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Maldives, Indonesia, Thailand and Myanmar are the destinies chosen by NUBA to relax and truly rest in the Asian continent.


Moments NUBA at the Asian beaches • Private yoga classes with a visit to the rice terrace. • Tai massages in the best spas of the world. • Journeys through the tropical jungles and forests of Con Dao. • Scuba diving at the beach in Ngapali, with a hundred meters of visibility. • Snorkeling amongst turtles.

Illustrations Left photo: Krabi beach in Thailand Top photo: Lodging at a beach in the Maldives Bottom photo: Overwater in the Maldives

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America Chile - Argentina Ecuador-Galapagos Islands Antarctica - Mexico Peru-Amazon Costa Rica - Guatemala United States - Brazil Beaches of America


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Chile / The sounds of silence 0 Wulaia Bay • Atacama • Negra Island • Santiago • Valparaiso • Vina del Mar • Easter Island • Calama Torres del Paine • Punta Arenas • Cape Horn National Park • Beagle Channel …

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pen horizons and steep mountains share their landscape with lunar valleys, oceans of salt, glaciers, volcanoes, turquoise lakes and waterfalls, in this pure and magnetic land of great contrast.

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In the twilight, when the sky turns the color of sand and the volcanic snow Licancabur projects its final sparkle, the cold evening uncovers the universe. New stars shine brighter than ever in the clean air of the desert.


Moments NUBA in Chile • Beagle Channel on a luxury cruise ship, following the steps of Darwin, on a journey to the last place on earth. • Glamping in yurts, tents that are based on the Mongol traditions, with panoramic views of the Macizo of Paine and Toro Lake. • Journey through the paths that transported the mythical Moais on Easter Island or discover the stilt villages of the island of Chiloe. • Stay at a spectacular private estate surrounded by mountains and lakes, in the heart of the Patagonia. • Excursions through the vineyards of the Valley of Aconcagua, Casablanca and San Antonio.

Illustration Left photo: Parinacota volcano and Lake Chungara in the Lauca National Park Top photo: Sea Lions at the Patagonia Bottom photo: San Pedro of Atacama

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Argentina / A place in the world 0 Calafate • Glacier National Park • El Chalten • Buenos Aires • Bariloche • Salta Iguazu Falls • Valdes Peninsula…

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rom the terrace of an old hostel, one of the most privileged places in the Argentinean Patagonia, the glacier Perito Moreno exhibits itself as the powerful divinity of the world of ice.

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At the moment destiny chooses, the huge walls collapse on the water causing a tremendous thundering sound. The process, leaves the visitor fascinated by the sight. Everything seems insignificant in life when you observe something so grandiose.


Moments NUBA in Argentina • Tango classes given by a professor to end the evening. • Far from the groups of tourists and in the middle of the Beagle Canal, Gable Island offers the history of the aboriginal Yamana and pure nature. • Follow the steps of Evita Peron discovering the important places in her life and that of Argentina in the last part of the XX century.

• Discover the unknown areas, the dark side of Buenos Aires, full of surprising buildings and legendary stories. • Go shopping, accompanied by a personal shopper, to the stores of famous Argentinean designers and visit gourmet markets, encountering wine and chocolates and vanguard design accessories.

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Ecuador / Galapagos islands 0 Santa Cruz • Espanola • San Cristobal • Genovesa Island‌

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t is still possible to follow the trail of evolution and embark in a passionate naturalist cruise, tracing the routes of the old navigating expeditions of the South Seas.

On the beaches, the lazy iguanas take the sun in while the pelicans dive into the waters in search for food. There are zayapa crabs everywhere, coloring the rocks bright orange. The sea lions swim close to shore‌ It is the ecological sanctuary of the enchanted islands.

Moments NUBA in Ecuador • Diving in Gordon Rocks. Its scenery and the crater formation make this one of the best diving spots to swim along side of hammer sharks, tortoise and marine iguanas. • Visit to the spectacular beaches of Santa Fe and snorkel in its Laguna. • See the spawning of the green turtles at the beautiful Las Bachas beach, north of the island of Santa Cruz. • The exotic Darwin Bay, a semi sunken crater that was once the mouth of a volcano. Its coral beaches make it the ideal place to swim, snorkel or dive.

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Antarctica

/ Expedition to the white continent 0 Punta Arenas • King Jorge Island • South Shetland Island • Gerlache Strait • Paradise Bay • Deception Island • Livingstone Island • Lieutenant March Base…

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xplore the Antarctica, by land or air, flying over the turbulent waters of the Drake to later embark on a voyage with a polar captain through the narrow Channels and ice mountains of the White continent. This is the dream of any expeditionary traveler.

Moments NUBA in Antarctica • Navigate through the Shetland of the south and between the cliffs Neptune bellows that border the straight on the interior of Deception Island, a fascinating volcanic chimney. • After navigating all night through the Bransfield Sea, the ship journeys to the spectacular Gerlache Strait, to view the first enormous icebergs. • Savor a whisky served with millenary ice from the Antarctica. • Discover the Island of Livingston, where you are able to observe colonies of penguins and sea lions.

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Mexico / Haciendas of yucatan 0 Dzibilchaltun • Labna • Sayil • Kabah • Campeche • Edzna • Uxmal • Euan • Coba Ekbalam • Chichen Itza • Merida…

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n the heart of the Maya world, among the historical pyramid ruins and henequen fields, the Yucatan ranches are brought back from the past, converted into places of rest and quiet refuge. In the cool stone patios and wide terraces, decorated with old rocking chairs, colorful pillows and aromatic candles, the traveler enjoys relaxing with the best Yucatan gastronomy.

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Moments NUBA in Mexico • Discover the walled city of Campeche, place where Hernan Cortes first arrived in 1517. • Routes in 4x4 through the archeological area of Uxmal. • Old ranches brought back to life for the travelers rest. Swim, snorkel or dive in the cenotes through the forests of stalactites. • Visit to one of the few Yucatan henequen plantations that are still in use. • Journey in a private boat exploring the Celestun, a reserve that is the habitat of millions of birds of different species.

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Peru-Amazon / The trace of the inca 0 Puno • Suasi • Andahuaylillas • Sillustani • Amazon River • Tahuayo River • Pacaya Samiria National Reserve • Lake Yucuruche • Ucayali River • Cuzco • Sacred Valley • Machu Picchu…

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he birth place of one of the largest Empires in history, Peru has left us a legacy of spectacular ruins, temples and palaces. Temples that during the solstice winter alienate with the sun and mountains at sun rise. Never forgetting Machu Picchu, one of the most important archeological ruins in the world. In the Peruvian Amazon, with the flowing river behind us and surrounded by the view of nature in its purest form, the traveler experiences the contrasts of the exclusivity of the interior of the boat to the wild ecosystem of the surroundings.

Moments NUBA in Peru-Amazon • Observe the constellations and stars of the southern hemisphere, on Lake Titicaca, accompanied by an expert guide in astronomy. • Ethnic encounters with tribal communities. Floating houses, trade markets full of color, crafts and old traditions in the middle of the Peruvian jungle. • Savor the best cuisine of the amazons with Pedro Miguel Schiaffino, one the best chefs in Lima. • Hike to the highest point of Suasi Island, the Itapilluni peak, and contemplate the spectacular sunset. • Discover the ceremonial Inca fort Sacayhuaman and a Chinchero village just north of the city of Cuzco.

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Costa Rica / Pura vida 0

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by two oceans, Costa Rica is Experiencias urrounded NUBA en Indonesia one of the countries with the most and best conserved biodiversity in the world. A • Recorrido por el corazón rural de Bali en el mítico land of green, with jungles that are observed by smoking kubelwagen o en Harley Davidson. volcanoes, foggy forests and wild beaches. • Espectáculo de baile tradicional ramayana, en los templos de The tropical denseness and natural waterfalls take on Prambanan. a whole new meaning when they are contemplated from the tops de doing canopy, horseback riding or navigating • El tree mercado pájaros de Yogyakarta. through its turbulent rivers. Color, nature and tradition are • Yoga en Borobudur, el mayor monumento budista del part of the country of Life in its Purest Form. mundo, y los templos de Pawon y Mendut. • Ascenso a la cima del humeante volcán Batur.

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Moments NUBA in Costa Rica • Ethnic encounter with the Yorkin tribe of Puerto Viejo, learning the cocoa processing techniques, the curative properties of different plants or practice archery. • Seek for gold in a traditional way in La Palma of Puerto Jimenez. Travel through forests, rivers, waterfalls and tribal villages. • Sightseeing for hump back whales and bottlenose dolphins at the Marino Ballena National Park. • Flight over the mound of Punta Uvita and journey through the mangrove swamp Terraba-Sierpe, one of the largest in Central America

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de este lugar, bendecido un paraíso soñado. En is cool and the sun is por hot,los yetdioses, you are at peace in both, las terrazas las villas rodeadas de palmerales although thedecolor of theprivadas, bougainvilleas is more beautiful iny jardines colgantes, las piscinas infinitas desafían la gravedad. the rays of sun.” Son el refugio perfecto para la desconexión y el descanso. Extract from the book GUATEMALA (Pilar Pineda, 1951), belonging Brisas de sándalo y especias recorren cada rincón de sus to the collection NUBA-Everest. estancias.

Moments NUBA in Guatemala • Participate in a maya ceremonial ritual, celebrated by a local chaman, in Iximche. A mysterious heritage from the precolombino world. • Ascension to the volcano Pacaya and journey in a private boat through the spectacular Lake Atitlan to the beautiful village of Santiago de Atitlan. • Canopy in the Ixpanpajul natural park. Observe the wild life from the tree tops. • Descent in kayak from Lake Atitlan and hike through Cerro de Oro, where you are able to enjoy a delicious picnic when you reach the top and contemplate the view. • Archeological journey through Uaxactun Park, ancient Maya city north of Tikal.

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United States / From east to west 0 New York • Boston • New Orleans • Chicago • Miami • Montana • Las Vegas • San Francisco…

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he Upper Side, the Village, the River the Park,... Great places in Manhattan from where to start a dreamy voyage through the east coast. From New York with secret corners where to lose yourself, to the van guard and European Boston, birthplace of the knowledge and development of the country, to the campus of Harvard where you hear stories of Theodore Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy and Mark Zuckerberg. In the mid west, on the shores of Lake Michigan, begins the mythical Route 66. On a Harley Davidson or in a Mustang, the experience begins, from the heart of Chicago

to the beaches of California. The west coast surprises us with its Boehme and dreamy steep streets of San Francisco, to the immense hectic city of Los Angeles, the place of the American dream, bathed by the waters of the Pacific. The voyage begins or ends in the neon oasis of the desert. Shows, gambling, diversions, this is and always will be Las Vegas. The city where time is pleasure and the real world stands far away. Close by, in helicopter, silence appears between the red walls of the Grand Canyon.

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Moments NUBA in the United States • Stay in a southern mansion, at the Nottoway plantation, visit the Missippi River or a luxury ranch on a private reserve in Montana. • A dreamy voyage along Route 66 behind the wheel of a convertible. • Discover the giant sequoias at Muir forest, accompanied by a local guide, in San Francisco. • Evening at the Zin Zanni or a concert at the mythical House of Blues. • Travel in a 4x4 through the most fascinating places in Nevada in the Valley of Fire. • Visit the city of New York in a limousine. The Big Apple offers its visitors many varied activities allowing you to discovering a different city.

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Brazil / Mestizo rhythm 0 Praia do Forte • Praia do Sancho • Rio de Janeiro • Pantanal • Salvador de Bahia Todos los Santos Bay‌

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ive into the history of Rio, strolling through its homes, botequims and palaces of the Belle Epoque, or absorb part of its colonial past. Sneak into the studios of painters, ceramists and sculptors of the Boehm Santa Teresa or the neighborhoods of Salvador de Bahia, to the rhythm of Afro Brazilian music, and try new flavors along side of the best chefs. Wherever the traveler may go, in Brazil you feel the pulse of the country‌When the sun sets, the party continues. The samba temples wake up at night to the rhythm of the drums.

Moments NUBA in Brazil • Journey through Chapada Diamantina and the south of Paraty, where you are able to coexist alongside the garimpeiras and caicaras communities. • Gastronomical tours visiting the most popular Brazilian bars and restaurants, tasting the typical carioca foods and cocktails in the best atmospheres. • Stay in an old colonial farm. • Journey in boat through the enchanting islands of Todos los Santos Bay or fly in hang glider to discover the authentic Rio. • Discover the neighborhoods and favelas of Salvador de Bahia accompanied by a private guide.

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Beaches of America / The taste of creole 0 Fernando de Noronha • Paraty • Trancoso • Carmen Beach • Belice • Los Cabos • Holbox…

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aya ruins, Creole gastronomy, paradises closed in with coral reefs… Acres of jungles hiding treasures and undiscovered archeological findings, waterfalls, underground rivers and cenotes with crystal clear bottoms.

From Mexico to Brazil, crossing the warm and beautiful beaches of the Caribbean, the traveler enjoys the comfort of shelter while staying in jungles and mangrove swamps of the accommodations in the most elite places of America.

Moments NUBA on the Beaches of America • Diving with whale sharks in Belice and Holbox. • Ecological journeys to the Sian Ka´an Reserve, in the state of Quintana Roo, one of the most extended protected areas in the country. • Cross the Monkey River observing the many animals that live on its shores: howler monkeys, tropical birds, alligators, iguanas… • Kayak through China and hike through the Solferino jungle, Maya village known for its giant millinery ceibas and beautiful orchids. • Dive and snorkel in three of the best beaches in the world: Dos Porcos Bay, Do Sancho Bay and Praia do Leao.

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Australia / The great voyage 0

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our centuries after the Dutch explorer Willem Jansz confirmed the discovery of the great continent of the southern hemisphere, Australia continues to live vibrant and unchanged. Valleys covered with vineyards, peaceful deserts, abrupt mountains and rugged coasts, no destinies can compare to this brave land of open ranges and impressive natural landscapes. A place where cosmopolitan cities and aboriginal communities with ancestral rituals coexist.

Moments NUBA in Australia • Spend the night under the stars of the desert, in a luxury camp with spectacular views of Ayers Rock or the prairies of Bamurru. • Hire a Safari in hydroplane through the wetlands of Bamurru or a private boat journey through the Sidney Bay and dive in the Island of the Lizard or the Great coral barrier. • Discover, with private guides, the tropical jungle of Daintree or swim with whale sharks in Ningaloo Reef.

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• Enjoy Private enological tours through the vineyards of the valley of Barossa. • Journey through the Blue Mountains and emerge into the fascinating aboriginal culture of their ancestors.


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New Zealand / Thousands of landscapes 0 Rotorua • Kaikiura • Wanaka • Auckland • Christchurch • Queenstown • Rob Roy Glacier‌

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mall and different, New Zealand is one of the most intriguing places on earth. Its thousands of landscapes, jungles, volcanoes, beaches and glaciers offer the traveller a constant adventure.

A different world, where the spell of the Maories rituals remain untouched. An Eden where you enjoy peace and rest in warm accommodations, lost in the silent terraces and smoking fumaroles.

Moments NUBA in New Zealand • Fly in helicopter over North Island contemplating the spectacular view of Mt Tarawera and geothermal Rotorua Park, continuing on to the active White Island volcano.

• Navigate through the Dart River, surrounded by snow covered mountains, hidden valleys and waterfalls. The filming site of “The lord of the ringsâ€?.

• Enjoy a Private enological tour, tasting the famous wines of Queenstown, in Central Otago, the southernmost vineyard region in the world.

• Practice Rafting in the Rangitikei River.

• Discover the ancestral rituals and customs of the Maori culture in Rotorua.

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Polynesia / Dream of the southern seas 0 Bora Bora • Moorea • Papeete • Tahiti‌

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n the warm breeze of the Pacific there is a universe of islands to lose yourself. A paradise that evokes a volcanic past, keeping its traditions and customs alive..

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Beaches with palm trees, villas that invade the seas, emerald lagoons overflowing with corals‌ The dream of writers and artists, The French Polynesia attracts those who search between the limits of reality and fantasy.


Moments NUBA in Polynesia • Enjoy a journey, in boat through the Blue Lagoon of Bora Bora and swim with the sharks, tourtois, dolphines and sea rays of Punto Negra. • Go on a private tour in 4x4 through the volcanic crater created by Moorea, visiting the maraes, the ancient ruins of Polynesian temples. • Drive a quad through the jungle paths that surround Cook and Opunohu Bay. • Enjoy a Polynesian lunch on a motu and snorkel in the coral gardens of Bora Bora. • Observe the behavior of the wild dolphins and whales that live on the Moorea coasts, accompanied by an expert guide.

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Europe Norway Italy - Russia - Turkey Switzerland - France Croatia - Scotland


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istory narrates that the Chinese Emperor Wu formed alliances with the western kingdoms in order to confront the huno enemy, whose invasions were becoming more frequent. To confront this problem, he assigned his best general, Zhang Qian, offering him a hundred of his best warriors. Yet he returned to the court with no other than having made contact with the existing kingdoms beyond the western borders of China, all of them rich in commercial potential: Persia, Chaldea and inclusive the Roman empire. Years

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lbert Schweitzer affirmed that “the most glorious feat of German theology is the study of the life of Jesus�. The western culture has integrated into its society the sensibility towards all that is historical with the eagerness to recognize and understand what occurred in the past, making way for the thoughts that control our lives today. This journey is presented as an expedition through Galilee, Samaria and Judea, from Jerusalem to Capernaum, developing an investigation on the Jesus that history reveals in the most human scope. An open dialog between faith and culture. The Christian fundamentals are not a revelation or a myth, but a historical accounting, the life of a real person.

CHINA (July) later, when the roman general Marco Licinio Craso crossed the Euphrates to conquer Parthia, he was amazed to find in this brilliant country a soft, silky and marvelous fabric that soon was dressing the roman aristocrats: the Silk Route had been born. This journey offers to follow the commercial routes in China, starting in Xian and traveling north, to the south, the huno land, today Mongolia, and to the border with Kyrgyzstan. 18  %$




In search of the ark of the covenant

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hree thousand years ago the Ark of the Covenant was created by the Israeli people and taken to Jerusalem for adoration. After the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem, it disappeared for centuries, until 1989 when the news came that it was hidden in a remote church in Ethiopia. The sacred Ethiopian texts

Lewis and clark: Western America

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narrate the history of King Salomon and the Queen of Saba and how the Ark arrived to the black of Africa. Has the lost Ark been found? If this is so, this experience will help locate the path of its existence, crossing the heart of Abyssinia, from Lake Tana to the Semien mountains, and from Axum to the profound churches of Lalibela.

UNITES STATES (august) explorers to cross the great horizon, to see the top of the Rocky Mountains and pass the continental divide where the rivers flow towards the west. They became the first explorers to reach the Pacific Ocean by land. This is the route of our adventure, following the steps of Lewis and Clark to discover the importance of this journey in the development of the history of the United States.


In search of happiness

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he mind is malleable. Our lives are transformed according to how we manage our thoughts and the way we perceive and interpret the world. Happiness is ability. You need time and strength, and you will be able to dominate it�. This is the opinion of who scientists consider to be the happiest man on earth, Matthieu Ricard, Buddhist Monk, personal

NEPAL & TIBET (October) advisor of the fourteenth Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso. Our adventure presents itself as the search for the principles of happiness through the exhaustive knowledge of the Tibetan Buddhist philosophy, traveling through this magical land and its distinguished monasteries, from Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal that welcomes the Tibetan exiles, to the prohibited city of Lasha.

Maya prophecies over the end of the world MEXICO (December)

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rom the lazy shadows surged a vision of fairy tales, a fantastic painting, ethereal, from another world. It appeared to be a magic grout chiseled into ice with shiny crystal snowflakes attached to its walls�. On June 15th, 1952, the archeologist Alberto Ruz Lhuillier pronounced these words when he discovered the tomb of King Pacal. Since then, the study of the Maya civilization has generated many unanswered

questions. This journey takes you through the most significant places of this culture in south Mexico, a private visit to the monuments (including the cited Kings tomb) and discovering the renowned archeologists and their findings. An experience that allows you to discern everything that is related to the Maya civilization and its different prophecies, especially the one that announces the end of the world on December 21, 2012.

A thousand miles up the nile

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n 1873 the British novelist Amelia Edwards travelled through Egypt and was fascinated by its cultures. She visited millenary temples, discovered unexplored tombs, journeyed through the waters of the Nile and carried out an excavation with her own initiative. With the idea to wake social awareness and the conservation of the monuments, she founded the Egypt Exploration Fund (at the present Egypt Exploration Society). With the same didactic and conservation spirit, this expedition is organized following the path of Amelia, from Cairo to Abu Simbel, crossing Egypt and traveling through

EGYPT (November)

the Nile on a private boat, having all the necessary Egyptian government permits to enter monuments that are not open to the public, as the tomb of the Queen Nefertari..

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Around the World with Nuba 2012 / Unforgettable moments 0

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2012

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UBA has created for 2012 a list of very attractive destinations. Of these, 12 of the destinies show a clear tendency of how the surroundings should evolve with regards to services and international touristic offers.

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Europe *UBMZ travel in a classic convertible through the Amalfitana or Toscana coast.

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UBA offers the bride and groom the possibility of financing their travels in an original manner: online wedding

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UBA Consulting offers specialized strategic consulting services for quality, luxurious tourism.

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If required by specific circumstances, Nuba or the offices of its group reserve the right to substitute transport, accommodation, one itinerary for another, as well as the departure dates and times, without the participants having the right to reimbursement for these changes. This is particularly to guarantee the security of the group, but may also be due to climatic conditions or unexpected events. Each participant should act according to elementary behavior rules and common sense, at every moment complying with the indications given by NUBAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s monitors and guides.

INTERRUPCION DEL PROGRAMA In the case that the purchaser decides to interrupt the realization of the services purchased out of his own free will due to alterations of the program caused by the close of airports, climatic conditions or other reasons, political circumstances or war, or their consequences; strikes, changes in type of plane, delays or irregularities which could occur during the trip, NUBA EXPEDICIONES, as well as the service providers or local offices deny all responsibility for the costs produced by such interruptions. FLIGHT TICKETS

All useful information regarding useful addresses and other indications will be provided to the purchaser with the travel documentation. The traveler should not forget to carry this documentation during the trip, as s/he is responsible for reporting all possible accidents which could occur. The relation of all possible incidents will be subject to direct mediation between the traveler and the insurance company.

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Once the reservation has been made, if there is an error in the name or an incomplete name, it will be necessary to make a new reservation and places may not be available on the same flight, and the initial price may vary.

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The reservations have been made with data provided by the client. Flight companies reserve the right to deny a passenger from boarding if the name on the ticket or boarding pass does not match that which appears on his/her passport.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Due to special events (fairs, conferences, sporting eventsâ&#x20AC;Ś), hotels may place supplements on the prices indicated in this catalogue on particular dates. Therefore, the dates of fairs and other special events indicated in this catalogue are subject to possible modifications. This leaflet has been elaborated with prices specially agreed for touristic trips and for quotas and specific types of rooms. If at the time of booking, the hotel and/or circuit and/or room type and circuit were full at the expected price, an alternative would be confirmed distinct from the published price, and the final price may vary.

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The types of rooms indicated in this catalogue are based on the names provided by the hotels/establishments. The prices of transferrals, visits and circuits published in this leaflet are based on a minimum of two people, depending on the destinations. Please consult the supplement applicable in the case of single traveler. VERY IMPORTANT In the case of any deficiency or breach of any of the services purchased, the client should immediately inform the provider(s) of the services, in a local office or directly contact NUBA EXPEDICIONES.If we do not avail of precise information at this moment regarding anomalies it will make their resolution impossible. 9DOLGLW\ 7KHSUHVHQW7HUPVDQG&RQGLWLRQVDUHYDOLGXQWLOWKHLUVXEVWLWXWLRQIRURWKHUQHZRQHV

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*HQHUDO5HJXODWLRQV For the purpose of the current general regulations, program is understood as the basis of the offer which has given rise to the Travel Package contract. The contracting parties provide specific evidence, with character prior to the signing of the current general conditions, that the trips commercialized by NUBA EXPEDICIONES (C.I.C.MA 1559) are characterized by personalized, exclusive and quality travel. In some cases, NUBA offers expeditionary trips outside the usual touristic routes, which involve close contact with nature, and in many cases in villages far removed from traditional occidental customs.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS NUBA EXPEDICIONES CIF: B-83850859 C.I.C.M.A. 1559. MarĂ­a de Molina 46, 28006 Madrid. Phone: (+34) 917 454 747.

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NUBA travel brochure 2012  

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