Game of Thrones may have ended, but the idyllic destinations portrayed as Westeros still exist in real life. While the show might not have been suitable for all ages and interests, your house can see the Seven (now Six) Kingdoms of Westeros with the assistance of Cox & Kings — pretty fitting in name alone. Travel together on luxury bespoke tours and expertly curated excursions through Cox and King’s Luxury Small Group Journeys.
Bring your crew to King’s Landing, actually beautiful Croatia, along the A Journey Through Croatia tour. Visit the ruins and natural beauty of Zagreb and Split, with stops at the Plitvice Lakes National Park, Diocletian’s Palace and the island of Hvar. Explore the island and learn more about the region’s culture through dining, shopping and taking in the real-life, but hard-to-believe beauty of the sites.
Meanwhile, in Iceland, the home of the Wildlings, your family can visit on a nine-day tour: Icelandic Wilderness Adventure. This Custom Luxury Glamping Experience in Iceland lets fans see beyond the wall, actually Reykjavik and Hvolsvollur, with visits to Thrihnukagigur Volcano, waterfalls in the countryside and sweeping views of glaciers and otherworldly scenery. Sleep in far more luxurious accommodations than the Wildlings, but with all the same scenery and incredibly starry night sky.
Travel in the steps of the Mother of Dragons as she ventured from Essos, actually some iconic stops in Morocco. Take the Jewels of Morocco: From Cities, to Desert to Atlas Mountains tour and adventure through the Atlas Mountains, Rabat, Meknes, Fez, Volubilis, Marrakech, Skoura and the Sahara Desert. For something a bit more intimate and a great way to step into the less hustle-and-bustle side of the region, try Majestic Morocco, visiting gardens and wine estates.
See where some of the series’ plotting went down at the majestic Water Gardens of Dorne — or Spain, as we know it. Visit with the kids on the Andalusia Highlights journey with stops in Seville, Granada and Cordoba. Learn about the region’s Moorish history while taking in the scenery from some of your favorite episodes.
Maybe you didn’t watch the show or just couldn’t watch it with the kids, but the award-winning show wasn’t just memorable for the writing, directing and acting — the setting was so captivating, it inspired a slew of tours. Treat yourselves and visit the landscape of Westeros with all the 5-star treatment you didn’t see in the show.
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San Diego is a great destination for families looking for fun no matter what time of year it is, but this fall, there is plenty to do for everyone — even when you have a budget. Thanks to year-round sunshine, the best way to explore this city is by heading outdoors and enjoying the beautiful weather.
Mana is the life force Tahitians believe connects all things. Feel the mana for yourself on a visit to the islands of Tahiti, and sample some of these activities as you connect with the breathtaking nature of the South Pacific. Fly Air France from the United States to Tahiti in the most convenient and comfortable way and let your holiday start on board.
Just because the kids have gone back to school and the days have started getting shorter doesn’t mean summer fun has to end. There are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy what’s left of the dwindling season. You can extend your warm weather adventures with these activities all over the country.