This 34 day South American adventure will have you discover the beauties of Cape Horn, Falkland Islands, Machu Picchu, Iguazu Falls, Cuzco, Rio de Janerio, Buenos Aires, Chilean Fjords and Santiago.More Thank you for joining the Seniors Holiday Travel Team Privilege Club.With an enviable wardrobe, thousands of dollars of jewellery and an array of beautiful homes, Princess Mary of Denmark appears to be a woman who wants for very little.But this hasn't stopped Prince Frederik, 48, reportedly splashing out on something very special for his Australian-born wife's upcoming 45th birthday on February 5th.
Plus, we’ll provide detailed travel information and advice about your destinations.Our team members are constantly escorting tours, taking training tours, going on ‘top achiever’ tours and cruises, and of course, enjoying personal holidays.This helps them to plan the very best holiday, tailored to what you want to experience.According to New Idea, the adoring Prince has bought his wife her very own million Tasmanian island to celebrate her big day - and has already dubbed it 'Isle Mary.'Palace sources told the magazine that the island was likely one of the few privately owned islands of the coast of Tasmania.'Mary might live on the other side of the world but she talks about Australia and Tasmania all the time... 'He said it took some persuading and negotiating to buy the island he wanted, but he didn't stop at anything and spent around million.He knew how much Mary would love it.'The sources also said that while the island has been purchased, there is still a lot of paperwork to be done and that the pair will likely visit the island in late 2017.