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  1. Namibia – Deserts, Dunes and Canyons

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    Landscapes, Geology, Flora and Fauna Superlative landscapes, fascinating geology, wide open panoramas punctuated with Camel thorn trees (Acacia eriolobum), the towering dunes of the Namib desert and on to the coast, Namibia is superbly diverse. Our new tour is being finalised after extensive research last autumn. The central and southern...
  2. WESTERN CAPE – Susan’s visit to South Africa

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    I am travelling in the Western Cape visiting wonderful private gardens here in early summer. Everywhere a warm welcome is given by the owners, the gardens at their best and with beautiful weather, it does not seem like November. The backdrop to these gardens is the landscape of majestic mountains...
  3. Menton – Autumn 2012

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    A good weekend of rain early in September has ensured some glorious gardens for our early October tour. The effect will ensure a second spring as the plants revive after the heat of summer. Italianate in style, on terraces with ancient gnarled olive trees, some formal and some with superb...
  4. Normandy Gardens

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    I have just discovered some good gardens with great design and sumptuous plantings in Normandy. This is in preparation for a tour there in September 2013. I am even keen to develop new ideas in my own garden! Full details available in early 2013.
  5. New brochure available now

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    Our Programme for Spring and Summer 2013 is now available in print. Please request a copy by contacting us: info@susanwornertours.com or +44 (0)1904 651 651.
  6. Tornado damage on Lake Maggiore

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    At the end of August during a thunderstorm, a tornado ravaged the wonderful gardens of Villa Taranto and Villa San Remigio and the lakeside of Intra. Magnificent trees were blown over and the gardens will be closed for a couple of years to clear and replant. Very sad but an...