All the Toys is a ‘pioneering’ safari itinerary launched earlier this month by Natural World Safaris, combining luxury adventures and technological innovation, allowing travellers to explore untamed wilderness.

According to Will Bolsover, managing director of Natural World Safaris, each of the new adventures offer a unique and unforgettable perspective to view rare and endangered species from Africa to the Antarctic, to explore pockets of untamed wilderness and to see familiar destinations in entirely different ways

“The specialist technology at the disposal of Natural World Safaris add a new dimension to our itineraries to captivate, entertain and enhance each experience,” Will Bolsover said.

Glide across deserts in an all-terrain vehicles, sail through the sky in luxury light air-craft and safely plunge the depths of the deep blue sea in a state-of-the-art submarine, it is all possible with All the Toys.

Here is the list of what Natural World Safaris’ All the Toys is offering.

Stargazing in South Africa

The state-of-the-art Leobo Private Reserve observatory houses a research-grade telescope for stargazing in a fully automated and revolving dome. The complex includes a four-bedroom private house, a heated infinity pool, rooftop Jacuzzi, sunset deck with fire pit, 3D TV. Adventurers are able to ride off-road vehicles through the 12,000-acre reserve to encounter prides of lion to herds of elephant. Take part in clay pigeon shooting, helicopter paint-balling, a helicopter safari, or skydive from 20,000 feet above the ground.

Natural World Safaris offers a 7-day itinerary from $75,000 for up to four adults and four children.

Explore the Deep Blue Sea in the Galapagos Islands

Chartering the 12-cabin super-yacht Legend grants access to a personal U-Boat Worx C-Explorer 3 submarine, allowing exploration of the world’s oceans in style. The rich marine life of the Galapagos makes this destination an ideal choice for underwater exploration, while the sub’s state-of-the-art sphere allows for 360° panoramic views of the surrounding Sea Turtles, fevers of sting ray and pods of long & short beaked dolphin.

Natural World Safaris offers a 7-day itinerary from $580,000 per week with space for up to twenty-six guests.

Fly over Arctic Canada in a hot air balloon

Take to the skies and soar above Canada’s polar landscape alongside flocks of Arctic whimbrel, shorebird and goose for a bird’s eye view of one of the world’s most visually stunning wildernesses. More people have walked on the moon than enjoyed a hot air balloon safari in the Arctic, making this trip over mountains, glaciers, ice floes and frozen seas remarkably exclusive.

Natural World Safaris offers a 7-day itinerary from $55,000 per couple per week and includes four days of exclusive hot air balloon use.

Traverse the Namibian Desert on a quad-bike

Glide across the smooth golden sands of a vast desert landscape on an all-terrain quad bike expedition alongside roaming herds of zebra, prides of lion and troops of ostrich. Float above the rolling dunes of the Namib Desert, the world’s oldest desert, on morning hot air balloon flights. Ascend towering sand dunes on foot, discover San rock paintings and stargaze at a sophisticated observatory, accompanied by a resident astronomer.

Natural World Safaris offers a 5-day adventure from $5,000 per couple for five days, including scenic light aircraft flights.

Take to the skies over Alaska

Set within the pristine wilderness in Alaska’s Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Ultima Thule Lodge lies more than 100 miles from the nearest road and is accessible only by air. Lodge owner Paul Claus will accompany guests on daily flights aboard his small propeller plane while soaring over cascading mountain ranges, monolithic glaciers and vast stretches of untouched forest.

Natural World Safaris offers itineraries starting from $22,000 per couple per week, including daily light aircraft activities from the lodge and a stay at Captain Cook Hotel in Anchorage.

Water-sports in British Columbia

Looking for an adrenaline rush? The grand old ship Pacific Yellowfin – available exclusively by private charter – has plenty of exciting equipment on board to keep guests entertained as they cruise through the waters of British Columbia. Kayaks, paddle boards, water skis, a giant slide and even two inflatable trampolines are just some of the toys at disposal. British Columbia provides a range of national parks and UNESCO World Heritage Sites where guests can catch a glimpse of orca, moose, soaring eagles and wandering grizzly bears.

Natural World Safaris offer itineraries starting from $80,000 per week with space for up to twelve guests.

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