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Small group travel & VIP-Vacation

December 28, 2013

Small group travel & VIP-Vacation
SMS FRANKFURT | Events Inventives Adventures
SMS Frankfurt is your perfect partner when it comes to tailormade adventures, incentives or events.

SMS Frankfurt – Events Incentives Adventures design and develop your individual and very special event, for your company or your personal adventure trip.
You join us with your company or group of friends or simply come on one of our regulary adventure tours.

The range of our events reach from cultural, gourmet, sport to action and does not end with survival training.
You can combine different interests or just specialize in one theme, it all depends on your individual trip design and your budget. Accommodation is available from standard hotels up to first class hotels or luxury private estates. For a change we offer home stays in local families as well.

We are specialized in adventure tours to all countries in Eastern Europe, Russia, Central Asia, ofcourse we provide other tours and adventures all around the globe too!
Our following portfolio gives you a brief idea of the range of our adventure tours and incentives

-Adventure Trips with the Trans-Sib (summer- and winter tours)
-Trekking and Horse-Trekking in Mongolia
-Winter-Trekking and Survival Training in Siberia
-Rally- and Motorsport-Events
-Wine- and Gourmet-Events in Germany and abroad
and many more!

NEW TRIPS FOR 2014 / 2015
Ski-/Snowboard-Trips to Morocco, Adventure Tours & Trekking in Oman and extreme Winter Trekking in Siberia.

We plan and prepare also your individual global Adventure!
Enjoy the journey through our website – Please feel free to contact our team for further details or your tailormade offer.

SMS FRANKFURT – Events Incentives Adventures
CEO: Juergen R.Schreiter
Burgfriedenstrasse 17
60489 Frankfurt am Main
Germany
Phone +49-69-95 90 97 00
www.Incentives-Worldwide.com

ALLGAEU-ORIENT RALLY 2012

May 22, 2012

7. ALLGAEU-ORIENT RALLY 2012 is over
Finishing in Baku/Azerbaijan followed by the ceremony in Wadi Rum/Jordan

One of the last automobile adventures of this World, the old and youngtimer rally from the Allgäu region in southern Germany to the Orient and specifically to Baku in Azerbaijan was started 28th of April 2012 for the seventh time in Oberstaufen.
It was also in the year 2012 the Low Budget Rally for the people, who dream of participating in a calculable adventure. The rally is a cheap alternative for Paris-Dakar for strong Teams and good mooded people.

Jürgen Schreiter from SMS-Frankfurt participated in this years Allgaeu-Orient Rally for the first time with the CaBa Racing Team.

The Challenge:
2 Weeks – 13 Countries – 6,000 Kilometer and
No Highways – No Toll Roads – No Ferry Boats – No GPS!

Some first impressions on YouTube.com:

First A380-800 flight Korean Air | Ribbon Cutting at Frankfurt Airport

April 26, 2012

> NEW ELECTRIC BICYCLE IN MALTA by SMS-FRANKFURT

April 19, 2012

NEW ELECTRIC BICYCLE IN MALTA by SMS-FRANKFURT
We are thrilled to announce the availability of a new electric bicycle in Malta following a successful launch in London and Spain earlier this year.

e-bikes, battery powered, green and clean – we loved this idea when we heard about it. It’s innovative, niche and going places – literally. There’s an offer to take advantage of too – read to the end.

It is a folding bike which offers the choice of using throttle and cruise power to pedal. The eco-friendly bikes come with full training, a helmet, lock, and road safety vest to ensure customers feel at their safest when exploring their chosen destinations. The electric bicycles can be easily parked and locked so guests can use them as a mode of transport to reach various landmarks or to explore the islands in a fun and unique way.

Since for MICE travel, guests would be of differing fitness levels and Malta could be a challenging terrain – steep hills would be unavoidable whichever route we plan. But hills also offer stunning scenery! So, we can opt for e-bikes powered by a rechargeable battery of 36 volts.

If one needs the extra boost, one can use the power which allows you a top speed of 25km/hr. Otherwise, if you’re fitter, you can flick the switch off. This means everyone keeps up and groups can really enjoy the experience without individuals getting too tired – unless they want the challenge!. The handlebars are upright, which makes this an ideal bike for sightseeing. Cycling on an e-bike is just like cycling on a normal bicycle; you still need to pedal as usual, and the bike has seven
gears for comfort.

Where the tours go and what to see on them;
We start in Gharghur, an amazing high vantage point, and plan routes that head out well away from commercial and urban centres sticking to small lanes in open countryside and diving off down alleys and narrow streets of villages. Tours are mostly half day (4 hours) but full day and tailored times can be arranged.

The beauty of the cycling pace is that you chance upon views and small hidden gems that you just wouldn’t reach by transport as a tourist even if you knew about them, or a local for that matter. Sometimes, a sight is as simple as a stunning view that you turn a corner and see unfold before you. Other times, we pass specific historical places of interest such as prehistoric sites. Since groups are small, we can tailor the route to suit a group’s pace and particular interests. For example, some people are keen
to stop at traditional food outlets, others at crafts workshops.

What people say?
“Our very first time cycling in Malta was on an e-bike and without any doubt a thrilling experience. The electric bicycle gives that little extra support to comfortably tackle the hillsides of Malta and still take in the scenery. We had the pleasure of getting a puncture at an absolutely marvellous spot where we had the chance to enjoy the peace and quietness of the area a little longer but were also shown that assistance and back-up are efficiently organized. All in all a memorable and recommendable day.”

Offer – we are giving free e-bikes delivery / collection to any location in Malta, offer until end December 2012.

For more information, please contact us!
www.Incentives-Worldwide.com

Best of Bulgaria Roundtrip

March 15, 2012

Guaranteed departure – 16th of April!
Best of Bulgaria Roundtrip

(also guaranteed 19th of May, 18th of May, 9th of July, 20th of August, 17th of September, 13th of October)

Tour Highlights:
♦Plovdiv – the second Bulgarian city in population and size after the capital, Plovdiv is famous for the Old Town with charming houses decorated with colourful ornaments.
♦Veliko Turnovo – situated along the historical hills of Tsarevets, Trapezitsa and Sveta Gora on the two banks of Yantra River. The houses of the old town are like withe birds on the cliff side above Jantra river and create a magnificent view.
♦Arbanasi – Austere houses that resemble minor fortresses on the outside, with high, solid walls and heavy gates, richly decorated and traditionally furnished on the inside.
♦Rila Monastery – the most popular tourist site among all monasteries in Bulgaria. The legendary monastery lies in fantastic surroundings.
♦Melnik (380 m a.s.l.) – the smallest and one of the most fascinating towns-museums in Bulgaria, known for wine and sandpyramids.

Price includes: ► all transport according itinerary ►group transfers from/to Sofia airport (09.00 – 19.00) ► English speaking guide and guide assistance throughout ► overnights in hotels and guesthouses – all overnights are based on double (single) rooms with private WC/shower ► breakfast (7 days) ► all entrance fees

790 EUR per person
www.Incentives-Worldwide.com

MIDDLE EAST | Adventure Tours in Oman

February 14, 2012

MIDDLE EAST | Adventure Tours in Oman

OMAN ADVENTURES – Wadi Shab Waterfall | Trekking and Adventure Tours in Oman

Desert Adventures in Oman | Wahiba Sands Desert | OMAN DESERT ADVENTURES

OMAN DESERT TOURS – Wahiba Sands Desert | getting stucked in sand dunes Oman

Wahiba Sands Desert – Oman Desert Tour | Allrad Tours – Wüstentours in Oman

Oman Adventure | Jeep Tour in Sand Desert Oman

4×4 Jeep Tour in Desert – Trekking and Adventures in Oman

OMAN ADVENTURES – Jebel Shams | جبل شمس‎

Jebel Shams Road downhill | جبل شمس‎, | Serpentine Road Jebel Shams

Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque | Muscat Great Mosque

Kayak Fun in Oman | Trying to get on Kayak | Water Fun in Oman

Discover Uzbekistan | Die Seidenstrasse entdecken

January 27, 2012

Uzbekistan Part of the Great Silk Road /10 days

Program:
Day 01. Tashkent (D)
Arrive to Tashkent early in the morning; meet in airport transfer to the hotel. Afternoon beginning guided tour Tashkent visits (old part) Hast Imam Square, Kaffal Sashi Mausoleum, Barak-Khan Madrassah where the world’s oldest the Uthman Qur’an is kept, Juma Mosque, Tillya Sheikh Mosque Kukeldash Madrassah and Chorsu bazaar. Dinner in local restaurant.

Day 02. Tashkent – Urgench – Khiva (B/D)
City tour Tashkent continues and visits (new part) Mustaqillik Square (Independence Square), Museum of Fine and Applied Arts, Theatre Square, Amir Temur Square, Monument to Courage, Bunyodkor Square (former Halklar Dustligi Square) with Abul Kasim Madrassah and Tashkent metro station. Late afternoon transfer to airport flight to Urgench (HY1057 dep at 18:00 arr at 19:40), on arrival transfer to Khiva (30 km), the fairy-tale like oriental town. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 03 Khiva (B/D)
Full day guided tour Khiva visits Monument of Al Khorezmiy, Muhammad Amin Khan Madrasah & Kalta Minor, Palace Complex Kuhna Ark: (Korinishona, Winter & Summer Mosque and Ak-shikh-bobo), Muhammad Rakhimkhan Madrasah, Pakhlavan Mahmud Mausoleum, Shergazi Khan Madrasah, Minaret and Madrasah of Islam-Khodja, Djuma Mosque, Ota Darvaza “Father Gate”, Ak Mosque, Anushakhan bath-houses, Palvan Darvaza ‘’Warriors Gate’’, Alakulihan Madrasah, Qutlugh Murad Inaq Madrasah, Caravansary Tim Allah Kuli Khan with bazaar and Tash Khauli Complex. Dinner in “Toza Bog Palace’’ (summer residence of Mohammed Rakhim Khan II) with folk show.

Day 04 Khiva – Bukhara (B/D)
Drive between the Kara-Kum (black sands) and the Kyzyl-Kum (red sands) deserts to Bukhara, en route stop to see the Amudarya River, known to many western explorers as the Oxus. Arrive in Bukhara & check-in to the hotel. Dinner in Lyabi Hauz restaurant.

Day 05 Bukhara (B/D)
Full day guided tour Bukhara visits remaining of city wall and gate of Bukhara, Samonid’s Mausoleum, Chashma-Ayub Mausoleum, Kosh Madrasah Ensemble (Abdullakhan Madrasah & Modarikhan Madrasah), Bolo Khauz Mosque, Ark citadel & Zindan (ancient prison), Khodja Zaynuddin Complex, Poi Kalyan Complex: (Kalyan Minaret, Kalyan Mosque & Miri Arab Madrasah), Trading Dome: (Toki Zargaron, Тoki Telpak Furushon & Toki Sarrafon), Ulugbek Madrasah, Abdullazizkhan Madrasah, Khodja Gaukushan Ensemble, Magoki Attoron Mosque, Architectural ensemble Lyabi Hauz (Kukeldash Madrasah, Khanaka and Nodir Devan-Begi Madrasah) and Synagogue. This evening you attend a traditional Bukhara cultural folk show.

Day 06 Bukhara (B/D)
Today visits Mausoleum of Bahouddin Naqshband, Summer Palace of last Emirs Sitorai Mokhi Khosa and Chor Bakr necropolis. Afternoon is free. Dinner in local house.

Day 07 Bukhara – Shakhrisabz – Samarkand (B/D)
After breakfast drive to Samarkand, often called the “Rome of the Orient”, en route visit Shakhrisabz. During of the tour you will visits remnants of Ak-Sarai Palace, Bazaar of Shakhrisabz, Kok-Gumbas mosque, Khazret-Imam mosque (Dorut Tilyavat ensemble, XIV century) and Gumbazi-Seidan mausoleum (Dorus-Siadat ensemble, XIV century). Arrival to Samarkand, check-in to the hotel. Dinner in local restaurant.

Day 08 Samarkand (B/D)
Full day guided tour Samarkand visits Ensemble of Registan: (Ulugbek, Sher Dor and Tillya Kari Madrasah’s), Gur-Emir Mausoleum (graves of Tamerlane and his descendants), Rukhobod Mausoleum, Aksaray Mausoleum, Bibi-Khonym Mosque with Siab bazaar, Shakh-i-Zinda Ensemble, Khazrat-Khizr Mosque, Aancient settlement Afrosiab with Museum, Mausoleum of Khodja Doniyor (Prophet Daniel) and observatory and memorial museum of Ulugbek. Dinner in local house.

Day 09 Samarkand – Tashkent (B/D)
Drive to Tashkent, en route visit Al-Imam Bukhary complex. Arrive in Tashkent and check-in to hotel. Rest of the day is free. Evening ballet performance (subject to availability) at Alisher Navoi Opera & Ballet Theatre built by Japanese prisoners in 1947. Beyond the marble lobby are 6 foyers dedicated to Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Termez, Khiva & Ferghana all thickly dressed in stucco carving, theme motives & murals from Navoi’s poetry. Farewell dinner in local restaurant.

Day 10 Tashkent (B)
Transfer to the airport and back flight to home.

ONLY 1.200 Euro (excluding flight)
Price valid until 31 March 2013

Booking here: http://www.Incentives-Wordwide.com


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