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B&R has introduced three new, spectacular expedition trips for 2020 that will immerse travellers in some of the most incredible corners of the globe: Rwanda, Mongolia and Nepal.

Scroll down to learn more about these three, brand-new adventures, and contact Scott McEwen for more information:

Scott McEwen
Manager, Media Relations & Traveller Experience
Butterfield & Robinson
+1 416 864 2033
scott.mcewen@butterfield.com 

Rwanda Walking + Gorilla Trekking

Contemporary Rwanda is a country moored by its recent past, yet firmly set on its future. Everywhere you look, the country is churning and forward-looking. With this influx of optimism the exceptional beauty of Rwanda has never been more intriguing: cloud forests that house some of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas, burgeoning coffee production which carpets the hills with shiny green leaves as far as the eye can see, incredible mountain ranges comprised of volcanoes, National Parks ripe for discovery, hidden inland beaches—and most importantly, people who are welcoming and eager to share the story of their country and their resiliency.

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Nepal Hiking

Nepal is as humbling as it is enlightening. Anchored by the mighty Himalayas, the life force that dominates the country, a sense of serenity fills the land—echoed by the scent of incense, glow of butter lamps and sound of Buddhist chants. On our journey, we trek to holy stupas, immerse ourselves in nature amid rhinos and tigers and have the chance to see Mount Everest from a spectacular bird’s-eye view. Rooted in ancient traditions, not much has changed in Nepal over the centuries, but one thing it will forever change is you.

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Mongolia Adventure

It’s only natural for Mongolia to stir within you a wild curiosity—tales of fallen empires combine with images of horse riders racing across the steppes and wandering nomads to evoke a sense of wonder. Come with us as we meander through the Gobi desert, embracing the open country and nomadic way of life, unrestricted by fences, walls and private properties. Joined by expert local guides, we’ll cross paths with native wildlife and local herders, dine beneath endless skies in spectacular settings and alternate between camels, horses and kayak to get ourselves around, discovering the true definition of what it means to be free.

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