Incentive Travel

Incentive programs are more than just a way to reward success -- they are an investment that can increase sales, improve productivity, generate loyalty, motivate your people, and cultivate a sense of camaraderie with your employees or customers. Truly great incentive programs will leave a lasting impression with your guests more than any other motivational tool and deliver measurable ROI.

Whether you are looking for a way to reward your best employees, motivate your team to reach new objectives, or to show appreciation for your most loyal customers, an incentive travel program is an excellent option. You can rely on our in-depth experience to create a program that matches your budget and objectives. 



Stay in the resort town of Siem Reap, in northwestern Cambodia, it is the gateway to the ruins of Angkor and was the seat of the Khmer Empire from the 9th-15th centuries. From a private helicopter see the amazing sights of the Angkor Temples, Phnom Bok, Roluos Group, Tonle Sap Floating Village and the town of Siem Reap. 


Visit Ho Chi Minh City commonly known as Saigon, a city in southern Vietnam famous for the pivotal role it played in the Vietnam War. It's also known for its French colonial architecture, including Notre-Dame Basilica made entirely of materials imported from France. Visit the food stalls that line the city’s streets, especially around the bustling Ben Thanh Market.

Head out of Saigon to visit the most impressive testimony of the partisan resistance, the amazing hidden tunnel system of Cu Chi. The tunnels were first used for communications between villages and to evade French army sweeps of the area. In the early 1960s, the tunnels were repaired and new extensions excavated. Eventually, the tunnel system assumed enormous strategic importance during the American War.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Island is bursting at the seams with a mixture of ancient eastern mystique, high-tech commerce and cosmopolitan lifestyles. Take a Tram up to the Victoria Peak for a panoramic view of the city and world renowned Victoria Harbor. On the south side of the island is Repulse Bay, which overlooks the South China Sea. Bargain cheerfully for souvenir items at Stanley Market. Arrive in the fishing village of Aberdeen, and embark on a sampan ride to visit the floating population of Hong Kong.


Chiang Mai is northern Thailand’s largest city, and is over 700 years old. Visit an exclusive elephant camp surrounded by the fantastic scenery of Mae Taman Valley, located 68 kms north of Chiang Mai city. The elephants there live naturally in this beautiful setting. Adventurous guests can embark on a 30-minute elephant ride through the surrounding tropical jungle or participate in a thrilling rafting adventure down the river.

Bangkok is Thailand’s spiritual, cultural political, commercial, educational and diplomatic center, and a vibrant, fascinating city to discover. Visit the rural floating market of Damnern Saduak, where the canals are filled with small flat boats loaded with fruit and vegetables. Expertly paddled by mature ladies, the boats jockey for position when prospective buyers arrive on the boardwalks, ready to stop and bargain at a moment's notice. Tour the River Kwai located in Kanchanaburi, 130 kms west of Bangkok.


Tokyo, the largest metropolitan area in the world, is a wonderful mix of old and new; modern living and old-fashioned manners, high-tech gadgets and cute cartoon mascots. Traces of old Japan scattered among some of the most impressive skyscrapers in the world.

Experience the excitement and chaos of one of the oldest and most traditional fish auctions: The Tsukiji Fish Market is known as one of the world's largest fish markets handling over 2,000 tons of marine products per day.

Visit the Meijijingu Shrine; a cultural experience reflecting on the practice of Japanese Shintoism. Experience a traditional Tea Ceremony, an act not taken lightly in Japanese culture. Similar to the culture of the Bonsai, tea ceremonies are prevalent in daily life in Japan. Take part in the ritual and harmony of experiencing the art of tea, signifying "the gentleness of spirit" in Zen/ Japanese culture. Attend a Sumo match - Sumo is a competitive full-contact wrestling sport, that originated in Japan, the only country where it is practiced professionally.



Australia is a country and continent, surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans. Its major cities are coastal. The Sydney Opera House is regarded as a 20th century architectural masterpiece and was designed and built by architect, Jørn Utzon, to reflect the image of a huge sailing ship. It houses multiple venues that together host more than 1,500 performances each year and is one of Australia’s most famous landmarks.

The Great Barrier Reef, is one of the top destinations for underwater explorers and scuba divers. Located in the Coral Sea, it encompasses a huge area of more than 2,900 coral reefs and hundreds of islands and cays. The best way to explore the Reef is by one of the numerous boat cruises that run along the northern coast of Queensland.

Ayers Rock is located within the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. This large sandstone formation stands more than 340 meters (1,100 feet) high. One of the rock’s peculiarities is that it changes colors dramatically at sunset from terra cotta to blue, violet and red. The local Aboriginal tribes regard it as a sacred site. Kakadu is the country’s largest national park which includes a large concentration of Aboriginal rock art; some of which are estimated to be up to 20,000 years old.

Cable Beach is a stunning beach, known for its white sands, beautiful sunsets and the brilliant blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Cable Beach is also famous for its camel rides on the beach. 

New Zealand

Milford Sound offers some of the world’s most staggering coastal scenery with its dramatic peaks and dark blue waters. The area’s frequent downpours only enhance this South Islands beauty by sending numerous waterfalls cascading down the cliffs.

The Bay of Islands is a picturesque area that contains 144 islands, many secluded bays, and some great sandy beaches. This beautiful bay has an abundance of marine life including whales, penguins, dolphins and the big marlin. It is a popular spot for sailing yachts on world cruises and international sport fishermen.

The first national park of New Zealand, Tongariro, is known for its surprises and extremes. The park’s diverse range of ecosystems includes tranquil lakes, active volcanoes, herb fields, untamed forests and desert-like plateaus. The city of Rotorua is known as the thermal wonderland of New Zealand. There are numerous geysers and hot springs in and around the city. Natural eruptions of steam, hot water and mud occasionally occur in new locations throughout the city. 


Czech Republic

Discover Lesser Town, Prague’s most charming area, and get lost in the narrow and romantic streets while experiencing a bit of the superstition Prague is so well known for. Be sure to visit The Church of Our Lady under the Chain, the oldest church in the Lesser Quarter. It was founded back in the 12th century as a Romanesque basilica – and its remains are still visible in the courtyard.

Visit the Manto Factory where the birth of Manto’s cast-iron, glass, porcelain, and ceramic art pieces were inspired by the power of the basic element of fire. Artist Antonin Manto-Mrnka lives and works in Tuchomerice, on the outskirts of Prague. His work is displayed in numerous galleries and private collections in residences throughout Europe, USA, Australia and Asia.

Prague Castle is devoted to gardens, fountains, towers, churches, palaces and summerhouses. It illustrates a thousand years of development in European architecture. Visit the STRAHOV monastery, famous for its library. Pass by Loretto, a baroque building of pilgrimage from the 17th century, housing the Loretto-Treasury. See palaces of nobility within the Prague Castle, visit St. Vitus Cathedral the seat of the Arch Bishop of Prague.

Go down GOLDEN LANE – a row of miniature houses no bigger than one room. See the house that famous writer Franz Kafka, one of the most influential writers of the early 20th century, lived in. 


Tour one of Budapest’s best-known sights,the neo-Renaissance State Opera House, built between 1875 and 1884 by Miklós Ybl. Not only is it considered one of the most impressive architectural achievements in Budapest, it is also considered a work of art which can compete with architectural masterpieces like the Opera Houses of Paris, Vienna or Dresden, all of which were built in the same period.

Visit Heroes Square, with the Millennial Monument, the Vajdahunyad Castle and the City Park. Peek inside the most prestigious thermal Spa of Budapest: Széchenyi Bath.

Visit the Castle district with its romantic narrow lanes and one-story buildings, its charming Fishermen's Bastion and the "jewel" of the Castle district, the Matthias Church. See the massive fortress, the Citadel, and the imposing Statue of Liberty on Gellért Hill. Breathtaking views of the Danube and city can be seen from this vantage point.

The Jewish Heritage in Budapest has a very rich, interesting and tragic history. Tour inside the main Synagogue complex, which houses the Jewish Museum. Once there visit the courtyard and the Holocaust Memorial: an imitation of a weeping willow tree with the names of the Holocaust victims printed on its leaves.


Learn about the tragedy and triumphs of the Siege of Leningrad while touring the Rumiantsev Mansion and the Artillery Museum. Explore an enormous and valuable military collection of small and cold steel arms, heavy artillery, guided missile carriers, rocket launchers, banners, uniforms, graphics, sculptures, and awards from the Middle Ages to present-day. Experience life in a bomb shelter and blockade apartment to the sounds of air-raid sirens and a metronome beat.

Indulge your senses with the splendid beauty and architecture of St. Petersburg while cruising along the Moika and Neva rivers. Sights to be seen include the Yusupov Palace, St. Isaac Cathedral, Stroganov Palace, Peter and Paul Fortress, Marble Palace, Summer Gardens, Aurora Cruiser, and the Summer Palace of Peter the Great.

Tour St. Petersburg with a photo stop at St. Isaac’s Square, which is dominated by the majestic Saint Isaac Cathedral. Drive across the Neva River and view the Spirit of Vasilievsky Island, Peter and Paul Fortress and Cathedral, and the Artillery Museum. Stop at the Aurora Cruiser, pass by the renowned Church of Resurrection on the Spilled Blood en route to Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg’s and Russia’s most famous street and shopping area.

Explore St. Petersburg’s most spectacular suburban residences and tour the Catherine and Pavlovsk palaces. Catherine Palace, located in Tsarskoye Selo, or ‘Tsar's Village’, is surrounded by a romantic park with mysterious arbours, pavilions, grottoes and statues. Admire the palace’s beautiful, 984-foot (300-metre) azure facades; then ascend the Great Staircase en route to the beautiful staterooms on the second floor. 


Denmark is known for its bikes and its use of bikes as a primary mode of transportation. Ride through Churchill Park, where you will see the Museum of Danish Resistance 1940-45, the Anglican Church of St. Alban's and the impressive Gefion Fountain. Continue to the royal palace complex of Amalienborg and visit the vast palace square, widely regarded as one of the most classically beautiful palace squares in Europe. Tour the New Carlsberg Glyptoteque – a museum built around the personal art collection of Carl Jacobsen, the son of the founder of the Carlsberg Breweries.

Visit the Holmen-a former military zone, which was off limits for over 300 years. Today, large parts of this region have been turned into commercial and residential dwellings.

Visit the Danish countryside of rolling farmlands and beautiful thatched roof houses. Pay a visit to Frederiksborg Castle, the most charming fairytale castle, considered by many to be the finest example of Danish renaissance architecture and the most magnificent castle in Denmark. 


Take a guided walking orientation tour of the Stockholm. Sights include, Gamla Stan, and the enchanting Old Town, with its medieval buildings overlooking the city’s inner harbour. Learn the history of Stockholm and its inhabitants from its beginnings to modern time. Walk through narrow alleys on cobbled stone streets to the "Storkyrkan" (the Great Church), the oldest building in Stockholm, "Stortorget" (The Main Square), "Kungliga Slottet" (The Royal Palace) , "Svenska Akademien" (The Royal Academy of Literature) and "Börsen" (The Stock Exchange).

Tour the waterways of Stockholm, passing under many of the 60 bridges connecting the 14 islands which make up Stockholm. Travel around "Södermalm" (the Southern Island) and go through the locks at Hammarby through the newly built Hammarby Sea city and re-enter the Baltic Sea.


Greece is, of course, the land of ancient sites and architectural treasures -- the Acropolis in Athens, the amphitheatre of Epidaurus, and the reconstructed palace at Knossos being among the best known. It offers age-old spectacular natural sights, for instance -- from Santorini's caldera to the gray pinnacles of rock of the Meteora, -- and modern diversions ranging from elegant museums to luxury resorts.

Visit one of the oldest cities in the world and admire the wonderful culture that made it a center for the arts, learning and philosophy. Visit the Panathinaiko Stadium where the first Olympic Games took place in 1896. See the Zappion Garden, the Temple of Zeus. Visit the Parthenon, temple of the goddess of wisdom Athena, the Erechteion and the Museum of Acropolis. 

The island of Santorini or Thira is located in the Cyclades islands, in the middle of the Greek Islands of the Aegean Sea. It is, along with Mykonos and Crete, the most famous holiday destinations in Greece. 

Few travelers need to be sold on the glories of the Minoan culture of Crete. Visit the Dikti Cave where you can ride a Donkey up the mountain side to the cave where it is believed that Zeus, the father of the Greek gods was born. 


The Amalfi Coast is a 50-kilometer stretch of coastline along the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula, in the Campania region. From Positano to Salerno the Amalfi Coast of Italy offers some of the most divine scenery imaginable. Along this windy coastline, steep rocky slopes rush down to the sea, and tiny villages with colorful houses packed closely together cling to the rugged cliffs. 

Pompeii is one of the most significant proofs of Roman civilization and, like an open book, provides outstanding information on the art, customs, trades and everyday life of the past. The city has re-emerged from the darkness of centuries precisely as it would have been when it was unexpectedly buried in the thick layer of ash and lava which poured down from the devastating eruption of Vesuvius.

Visit Capri on a cruising boat with a stop at its famous Blue Grotto. Upon arrival in Ana Capri guests will be led by an experienced guide onto and throughout the Island. 

United Kingdom


Internationally renowned, as a top golfing destination, nearly a quarter of a million overseas visitors flock to the Irish courses every year. With incredible championship links that have challenged some of the best players in the world, awe-inspiring parkland courses and over 440 clubs to choose from, golf doesn’t get much better than this!

The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's most spectacular sights. Standing 230 metres above the ground at their highest point and 8km long, the Cliffs boast one of the most amazing views in Ireland.

Visit Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, built in 1425. During the 16th and 17th centuries it was an important stronghold of the O'Briens kings.

Visit Blarney Castle where you can kiss the famous stone and thus acquire the gift of eternal eloquence. 


History and tradition greet you at every turn in London; take in the sights and sounds of the city from a double decker bus as you pass some of London’s most famous attractions and landmarks.  Discover the Tower of London’s brutal history, Buckingham Palace’s royal past, the architecture of Marble Arch and affluent Park Lane, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey and St. Paul’s Cathedral during this three hour tour of the capital.

Windsor Castle, is still a Royal Residence and the largest inhabited Castle in the world. It is the favorite residence of Her Majesty the Queen, and frequently used to host State Visits.

An architectural masterpiece of the 13th to 16th centuries, Westminster Abbey also presents a unique pageant of British history – the shrine of St Edward the Confessor, the tombs of kings and queens, and countless memorials to the famous and the great. It has been the setting for every Coronation since 1066 and for numerous other royal occasions.

The Tower has served as a palace, place of execution and in its time has housed the Royal Mint, the Royal Observatory, the Royal Menagerie and the Public Records. Now it is famous for the Bloody Tower, Traitors Gate, the Ravens, and the Yeoman Warders and of course the Crown Jewels including the First Star of Africa, one of the biggest diamonds in the world. 


Spectacular scenery, rich historical and cultural heritage, together with a wide range of activities. From castles, distilleries and gardens to national parks, science centres and ceramics workshops, there's no shortage of fantastic attractions to visit across Scotland. Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, is among the outstanding cities of the world, where the medieval Old Town contrasts with the elegant Georgian New Town. You can find ancient castles and houses everywhere. Play golf on the world’s most famous course at St Andrews. Go fishing, sailing, diving, or join the walkers, cyclists and climbers on the hills, in woodlands and on deserted country lanes. Finally, at the end of the day, relax with Scotland’s greatest export, a dram of fine malt whisky. 

St. Andrews
St Andrews is renowned worldwide for golf; however this eclectic destination has much more to offer. This bustling university town is full of history, dramatic architecture and streets lined with bars, cafes, antique shops and boutiques. Explore the outdoors on cycling and jogging routes, or via beach and Fife Coastal walks. Or delve into the area’s rich history in some of our museums. 

North America

Las Vegas

A desert metropolis built on gambling, vice and other forms of entertainment, in just a century of existence Las Vegas has drawn millions of visitors and trillions of dollars in wealth to southern Nevada.

From its rolling greens to its white-sand bunkers and rushing streams, you may forget you're in Las Vegas while at the Wynn Golf Club. The 18-hole, par-70 course—designed by Tom Fazio and Steve Wynn—was conceived with the rolling hills of South Carolina or Georgia in mind.

Vegas Dune Buggy - By far the most popular Off-Road Adventure Tour in the Las Vegas area is the Vegas Mini Baja Chase. The Mini Baja Chase is fast-paced and not tailored for the weak at heart. The Vegas Dunes Off-Road recreation area consists of dunes, gravel, hard pack, hills, valleys, washed out creek beds, and trails running in every direction. This is similar to a roller coaster ride, except you're DRIVING! 

Travel to any other city in the world and you will be lucky to see one Cirque du Soleil show. In Las Vegas there are eight amazing shows - each with their own unique performances. From the stunning aquatic acrobatics of "O" to thrilling dance moves of Michael Jackson ONE, there's a Cirque du Soleil show in Las Vegas for everyone's taste.

Experience the Canyon National Park South Rim walk. It provides many wonderful photo opportunities with stops at the historic Grand Canyon Railway, Mather Point, the new Grand Canyon Visitor's Center, and the rim walk to Yavapai Point.


The Monterey Peninsula is known worldwide for its natural beauty and compelling attractions. In Monterey you can visit Fisherman's Wharf, Cannery Row or the popular Monterey Bay Aquarium. The shops and art galleries of Carmel-by-the-Sea are famously charming and extremely popular. The drive down the Pacific coast to Big Sur is among the world's most celebrated stretches of highway.

Just outside the south gate of Pebble Beach, at the tail end of 17-Mile Drive, is the storybook village of Carmel-by-the-Sea. Its white-sand beaches, tree-lined streets and fairy-tale houses have made it an inspiration to poets and artists for years. 

Big Sur
Breathtaking views await drivers as they navigate the hairpin turns of Highway One along Big Sur. Stop at Point Lobos and stroll along the dramatic cliff sides. 

Pebble Beach Golf Links
Nerves tend to run tight at the start of a round at Pebble Beach, what with the teeing area raised like a stage above the omnipresent gallery of Lodge guests, breakfast diners and tee-time-awaiters. This course is larger than life, boasting mature stands of trees, roller coaster greens and bunkers in which you could easily hide one of the bigger sport utility vehicles. A 5 Star Golf Digest experience, Pebble Beach is one of the top five golf courses in the World. 

Exotic Car Rally
Enjoy the ride in a exotic dream car (Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari, and Maserati) down one of the most spectacular coastal drives anywhere in the world. Start in the Monterey Peninsula, driving into Carmel and then down to the Post Ranch Inn located at Big Sur at the top of a 200 feet bluff overlooking the pacific coast. 


South Beach offers beautiful weather, beautiful places and beautiful people -- you'll find it all in South Beach, Miami. During the day, it is trendy, quirky, hot -- literally one of the hottest places on the planet -- and overall, just a fun place to be. At night, South Beach glitters with nightlife, making it one of the most popular entertainment destinations in the world.

The natives call this 23-block section of Miami Beach "SoBe" and, aside from its incredible nightlife, there's quite a lot to experience in this distinctive neighbourhood. Stroll down the famous Ocean Drive, tour the incredible Art Deco district (the largest collection of art deco architecture in the world), and experience the culturally diverse food and music that make South Beach such a popular destination. And, of course, there's always the beach!

Offshore Speed Boat Experience
This excursion is a truly unique Miami experience -- climb on board a "cigarette boat" (also called a go-fast boat) for an exhilarating high-speed ride.  You'll tour the Miami area at speeds up to 120 miles per hour! See Biscayne Bay, Stiltsville, tour Star Island estate homes, and end it off with a high-speed ride through Miami Beach.  This is THE most adrenalin filled experience you will ever have, and the best way to feel like you're really in Miami. 


The fresh, floral air energizes you. The warm, tranquil waters refresh you. The breathtaking, natural beauty renews you. There’s no place on earth like Hawaii.

Home to one of the worlds most active volcanoes and the tallest sea mountain; birthplace of surfing and the hula; one of the youngest geological formations in the world. But perhaps Hawaii’s most unique feature is its Aloha Spirit: the warmth of the people of Hawaii that wonderfully complements the Islands’ perfect temperatures.

There are six major islands to visit in Hawaii: Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and Hawaii “the Big island”. Each island has its own distinct personality and offers its own adventures, activities, and sightseeing opportunities. Local climates vary considerably on each island, grossly divisible into windward (Koolau) and leeward (Kona) areas based upon location relative to the higher mountains. Windward sides face cloud cover.

South America


Brazil, the host nation of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ has far more to offer than its passion for the game. Brazil is a dazzling array of cultures and landscapes. As the largest city in South America, Sao Paulo’s cuisine and art is as multinational as its diverse population of 10 million.

Sao Paulo
Learn about Sao Paulo history visiting its main buildings and its architectural design, pass through the Museum of Art Sao Paolo, Luz Station, Municipal Theater, Banespa and much more!

Enjoy an aerial view via helicopter of the city and see the 10 districts and more than 20 city sights, like the Anhembi, the Sambadrome, Parque da Luz, Luz Station, Mercadão, Praça da Se, Prefeitura (City Council), Viaduto do Cha, Teatro Municipal, Edificio Italia, Copan, Praça da Republica, Praça Roosevelt, Liberdade, Avenida Paulista, MASP, Trianon, Higienópolis, Pacaembu Stadium, Ibirapuera.

Rio de Janeiro
A cosmopolitan metropolis, known worldwide for its scenic beauty and its natural resources. Sinuous, graceful, beautiful and intriguing, Rio de Janeiro’s landscape has enchanted visitors to its coast for five centuries. Voted one of the Seven Modern World Wonders and considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world, Rio can’t be conceived without the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue and its amazing view at the top of Corcovado Hill, seated 710 meters above sea level. A 20 minute train-ride in a private wagon across the lush Tijuca Forest is worth the trip in itself, ending up at the magnificent panorama.

Sugar Loaf, the iconic symbol of the hip and trendy Rio, towering over the skyline of the city, the views to be seen from the top of the cable cars are indescribable. Rising up from a small peninsula at Guanabara Bay to reach to the top you need to take two cable cars, which provides an exceptional 360 degree view of the entire city including Botafogo, the Copacabana Beaches, Corcovado and downtown Rio. Simply breathtaking! 


Buenos Aires is the gorgeous capital of Argentina. Tango, tenderloin, fútbol (soccer), and fine wine are the spirit of Buenos Aires! The large and charismatic city has been given the title of “The Paris of South America”.

Wander the cobbled streets, marveling at faded architectural glories and colourfully painted metal houses. This complex, energetic, and seductive port city, which stretches south-to-north along the Rio de la Plata, has been the gateway to Argentina for centuries.

Buenos Aires is undoubtedly the Latin American city that best resembles the cosmopolitan and aristocratic atmosphere of the big European capitals. But beyond this Buenos Aires there is another one, holding the small coloured houses of La Boca and the popular Tango that lives in the San Telmo streets. This is the mixture that makes Buenos Aires an original and irresistible metropolis.

Eva Perón’s grave is just one of many of the Argentine rich and famous whose private mausoleums lie in this prestigious district’s cemetery. It forms the focus for a walking tour of Recoleta. Sitting proudly at the heart of Plaza de Mayo is La Casa Rosada. Translated to English, La Casa Rosada literally means “The Pink House.” This “casa” is a little more than just a house - it is the “Casa de Gobierno” or Government House. 


South Africa

Begin your adventure in Kruger National Park, South Africa's most exciting African safari destination. Home to Africa's Big Five; Elephant, Lion, Rhino, Leopard and Buffalo - you are sure to discover unique wildlife on a real safari in Africa. Steeped in legend and history, the iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapes and spectacular African wildlife. Enjoy thrilling game drives and walking safaris – find out what it is like to be close to a pride of Lion, feel the excitement and intensity of a South African safari in Kruger National Park.

Some of South Africa’s cellars are the most sought after private reserves and vintage wines the country has to offer. Experienced sommeliers are always delighted to introducie guests to a vast selection of varietals from all over the world.

Cape Town, a must see destination to be experienced in South Africa. Home to two great oceans and the world at large this melting pot celebrates the cultures that keep it together, the creativity that sets souls alight, and the tastes and sounds that feed and reach deep within the hearts of men. Meet the people, embrace their customs, and marvel at their ingenuity.