Looking to book a trip but unsure on where to go this summer?
With the summer fast approaching, we have pulled together a selection of destinations that still have availability and make for an unforgettable trip.
There are endless possibilities and combinations for travel in Europe. Choose one country and really get under the skin, soaking up ancient historical sites and traditional culinary delights, or go for an epic touring adventure combining the cultures, traditions, coastlines and cuisines of multiple countries. From 7 days to 6 weeks in length, travelling by air, road and train, our experts can work with you to create the perfect bespoke itinerary, tailored to reflect your interests.
Accessible in just four hours, the coastal red sea location of the Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh is a fabulous place to learn to dive. The spacious Moorish architecture gives a real sense of space and calm; with the colourful reef just metres from the beach, a holiday here can be as relaxing or active as you wish. Stay for a minimum of seven nights and add on a visit to the archaeological sites of Luxor, reached via a picturesque drive across the mountains of Safaga.
The mountains of Kyrgyzstan are snow free and accessible for a brief period over the summer, making it a beautiful time to explore glorious landscapes of wildflower meadows and soaring peaks. Stay in a yurt camp, spending days immersed in nomadic culture, hiking, riding and swimming in remote alpine lakes. No visa required!
Diverse and easy to travel around, Sri Lanka offers incredible diversity in such a small space. From leopards and elephants in Wilpattu to ancient cities, summer sees the northwest coast at its best providing the perfect end to this 12-day holiday,
Our summer months coincide with a mini dry season in Colombia. It is a time for festivities, including the Festival of Kites in Villa de Leyva and Medellin’s colourful Flower Festival. Packed with cultural sites, mountains, jungles and a beautiful coastline, Colombia is a firm favourite with Steppes’ clients.
Clear skies and crisp sunshine dominate in the north, as it is the driest month. It is low season in July, so parks are generally quiet and it is easier to spot wildlife around the sparse waterholes. Get involved in Rhino Conservation Week at Marataba Safari Lodge where you can take part in monitoring, darting, notching and DNA collection.