Exceptional Summer Events on the Horizon

With this year's travel in full bloom and Summer just around the bend, allow The Wander Clan to kickstart your brainstorming progress! Savour the blissful feeling of planning your next adventure and having something grand to look forward to. These bucket-list worthy options will add flavour to your annual escape, with crowds abuzz for the main event. Bear witness to these moments of unbridled excitement and be present for the infectious ambiance of live music, the best tennis players in action, a rare wildlife migration and renowned film down under.

Andrea Bocelli's Teatro Del Silenzio, Italy
June 22

For a truly authentic home experience, mark your calendar for a chance to enter Andrea's home-town abode in Lajatico where he first performed in 2006. Born and raised under the Tuscan sun, the power of his countryside upbringing enhances his passion for song as he returns to his roots for a large party, inviting other great artists and audience from around the world. In his words, he is "the product of this land, the sum of [his] past, [his] experiences and [his] childhood dreams." Lauded as the Woodstock of Opera, the natural hills become his amphitheatre at this remarkable outdoor venue.

Stay at: Belmond Castello di Casole

Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland
July 1 - 16

For Jazz aficionados, this is an unmissable festival that returns for its' 55th year on the glittering shores of Lake Geneva. A prestigious place where talented legends are born, music lovers gather for divine performances up close, and acoustic experiences are enhanced throughout the programme. Take part in artistic jam sessions and unique workshops during the day, then delve into extended after-hours pool parties, silent discos and sunrise concerts...

Stay at: Hotel Fairmont Le Montreux Palace

Wimbledon, London
June 27 - July 10

The buzz and prestige of the Championships are a must for tennis enthusiasts, where extraordinary players strive to make history on these iconic grass courts. Celebrating 145 years of legendary excellence, you'll be hypnotised by the sheer athleticism and warrior-like stamina as they vy for the pineapple-topped trophy. As the culmination of four Grand Slams, attending Wimbledon is an unforgettable event.

Stay at: The Kensington

Melbourne International Film Festival, Australia
August 4 - 21

Now running their 70th edition as a celebration of world-class cinema, MIFF will delight cinephiles seeking a sense of glamour and community. Enhance your screen experience with their curated global program alongside a superb showcase of exceptional Australian filmmaking. Melbourne takes pride in its reputation as the cultural capital, and you'll love the return down under as you encounter engaging, creative, and enlightened people within the industry.

Stay at: Pan Pacific Melbourne

The Great Migration, Tanzania and Kenya
Throughout August

Arriving in East Africa's grasslands is a pilgrimage in its own right. Add to that the magic of the world's largest annual migration, with over 2 million animals moving clockwise from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masai Mara in Kenya in search of water and grazing lands. Witness wildebeests, Burchell's zebras, antelopes herd together while dodging the predators that lie in wait. This is survival of the fittest in its most extreme state.

Stay at: Angama Mara

Now there's no time to waste, so get in touch with us today and prepare yourself for an authentic and soulful getaway that only arrives once a year. These events must be seen and felt in person, and you won't regret being part of the experience.


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