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Trek to Bhutan’s


Think of Bhutan and its famed Tiger’s Nest monastery – a cluster of white, red and gold temples built into a spectacularly jagged rockface – invariably comes into mind. The sacred Buddhist site, 900 metres above the ground, was constructed in 1692 near Paro, around the cave where ‘Second Buddha’ Guru Rinpoche first meditated. Legend has it he was carried from Tibet to this location on the back of a tigress, thus giving it its name. A four-mile round-trip hike is the only way to access the site.


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See epic wildlife at the Okavango Delta in


Visit the Tiger’s Nest on a six- night pre-voyage Signature Land Programme before Silversea’s voyages departing Singapore on April 7 and April 18, 2020.


A maze of marshland and grassy plains, meandering channels and pancake-flat lagoons – it’s easy to see how this vast inland river delta in northern Botswana earned the name ‘Africa’s last Eden’. One of the largest wetlands in the world, the delta floods seasonally – swelling to almost three times its size – but attracts some 260,000 mammals during the dry season, including hippos, elephants, rhinos and cheetahs.


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