Exclusive Resorts Debuts Collections for 2013 and 2014

Exclusive Resorts has debuted its fifth and sixth collections of signature members-only Exclusive Journeys for the 2013 and 2014 season.

We hear the itineraries run the gamut from cultural history and natural exploration to family-friendly tours and spiritual and ecological expeditions.

Available for travel in 2013 are journeys to Botswana, Fiji, India, Ireland, South America, Southeast Asia and the American Southwest. Here's a sneak peek:

The Argentina & Chile itinerary will hit Buenos Aires, Mendoza and the Atacama Desert over 10 days and nine nights. Members will visit experience the urban energy of Buenos Aires, as well as the vineyards of Mendoza and the solitude of the Atacama Desert. Highlights include private tango lessons and a guided art tour in Buenos Aires; a private cooking class with a skilled Argentine chef; a wine consultation with experts at Mendoza's Cavas Wine Lodge; hiking Valle de la Luna; and touring Pablo Neruda's home in Santiago, Chile.

Looking ahead to 2014:

The Myanmar journey takes travelers to Bagan, Inle Lake and Yangon over 11 days and 10 nights. The journey includes bargaining with local artisans at Zegyo Market; a visit to and lunch at Taungbi Monastery in Bagan; and discovering floating gardens in Inle Lake.

For more information visit www.exclusiveresorts.com.

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