As most of you probably know, I love to travel and explore the world. I’m always on the look-out for amazing new places to go and incredible adventures to experience, so when I came across Wild Guanabana, a travel agency with a twist, I had to share it with my followers.
Set up by travel enthusiast Omar Samra, Wild Guanabana specialises in organising ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ trips all over the world. They cater to all tastes – whether you want action and adventure or rest and relaxation – and what I love about them is that they are environmentally friendly as the first Carbon Zero travel company in the MENA.
Browsing through the Wild Guanabana portfolio, I found a few unexpected destinations I want to add to my trip wish list…and what’s even better is that they are on special offer just in time for an Eid getaway…
1. Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Climb Mount Kilimanjaro for charity – find all details on the Wild Guanabana website.
Enjoy rafting, safari and sightseeing in beautiful Nepal. Read more about it here.
Explore the Ottoman Origins at Cappadocia in Turkey. See the trip breakdown here.
Where are you going for your Eid getaway? And which places are top of your travel wish list? Tweet me @HindBeljafla to let me know.
DAS is honoured to be a part of the new advertising campaign for Emirates Airlines. With the strap line ‘Hello Tomorrow’, the concept behind the campaign is about connecting people all around the world and how their stories become interlinked with their travels. Featuring our very own Hind Beljafla and a stunning haute couture DAS abaya designed specially for the occasion by Reem Beljafla, the storyline meets Hind and some of her colleagues selecting fabrics for a new collection, before following her to Brazil where a DAS fashion show is staged.
The advertising campaign launched worldwide on Monday 2nd April having been premiered on the big screen at the Dubai World Cup at the weekend. The DAS team is hugely proud to be associated with Emirates on a global scale and the commercial will be appearing on a TV screen near you very soon – so keep an eye out!