Monks began growing grapes for wine on the sunny Burgundy slopes as early as 500 AD, and over the centuries this led to the renowned vintages that some would certainly call the nectar of the gods. The region is about 300 km south-east of Paris and is easily accessible by plane, train or car.
Safari Tours has its base in Beaune, a city that still retains much of its medieval charm. Don’t miss the Hospices with the spectacular ornate roof. Immerse yourself with us in the magic of this part of France, with its picturesque villages, historical sites, lovely landscapes and of course the ubiquitous vineyards that have made it famous.