Ready to take your superyacht charter to the next level? Fly a helicopter over the glaciers of Patagonia, dive with sharks on Vanuatu and abseil into the caves of Oman.
December to February
From cruising through vast networks of fjords and islets to searching for the elusive puma, you’ll find nature at its rawest in Patagonia. Start your charter at the Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, the largest in Chile with a total surface of 8.9 million acres. Kayak, paddle board and hike through the extraordinary landscape or take a helicopter over the magnificent glaciers. Children will delight at ‘The Cave of Whales’ on Mother of God Island, where five blue whale skulls have been discovered. Then sail to the sublime Torres del Paine National Park, named as an eighth wonder of the world, and hike the Perito Moreno Glacier.
May to October
This remote chain of 80 islands in the Pacific is home to active volcanoes, verdant jungle, white powder beaches and some of the world’s best diving. Tag critically endangered Hawksbill turtles as part of a conservation project on Moso island and explore the ancestral burial caves on Erromango. Interact with the Big Namba and Small Namba tribes in Malekula and watch their fascinating ceremonies, or meet the people who perform the extraordinary precursor to bungee jumping: Nagol. Your yacht will take you to Espiritu Santo where you’ll see the mass of WWII wrecks, both on land and underwater, and get close to grey whaler sharks, eagle rays, dolphins, turtles, and barracuda.
October to April
At the edge of the Arabian Peninsula, the dramatic coastline makes Oman the perfect region to explore by superyacht. Swim with dolphins and green turtles, glide over the desert in paramotors, whiz across the sand dunes in high-speed buggies and sleep in opulent tents in Wahiba Sands. Travel through the starkly beautiful Hajar Mountains and meet local Bedouin tribesmen, before hiking and canyoning through remote wadis and abseiling into the Seventh Hole. Discover the haunting beauty of the Musandem Peninsula, cut off from the rest of Oman and from time itself, with its barren fjords and remote fishing villages.