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Number of Reviews: 9595 Overall score: *****
Walking in the French Pyrenees, France
***** Written
Walking in the French Pyrenees

Walking in the Pyrenees

3
We selected the "challenging" option in the expectation of some high mountain walking. However of the five walking days, three were in the hills surrounding the town of St Lary. Only one of the days was a true mountain walking day - Port de Barroude (2534m) - when we walked up a valley to the border with Spain. I felt that the real mountain potential of the Pyrenees was not fully explored.
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Table Mountain at sunset, South Africa
***** Written
Johannesburg to Cape Town - Reverse

South African dream

5
This was a fantastic trip from Cape Town to Johannesburg, showing off the scenery and wildlife of South Africa at its best. Blessed with fantastic weather throughout the 3 weeks, and as it was in the dry season the grasses were low, we had amazing views of the country and all it had to offer. We had 2 wine tasting sessions at Stellenbosch, saw the penguins at Boulder, had lunch in a garden restaurant while watching whales in the bay, saw beer making in Lesotho and visited Rourke's Drift. We spent time in Kruger Park, as well as visitin g Cape Vidal and Edeni Game reserves and had a river cruise at St Lucia to see the hippo and birds. It was everything I hoped for and so much more.
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Riders heading towards the mountains
***** Written
Raid Pyrenean Coast to Coast Ride

Worth Every Penny

5
Brilliant route, taking in iconic climbs which feature in the Tour de France, as well as less well known, but equally challenging hills. Good mix of climbing and flat. Daily distances just about right, making it challenging, but not torture. Good accommodation and food. Good group of people. Group leader, Johann, was helpful, pleasant and resourceful.
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Vernazza, Cinque Terre
***** Written
Walks of the Cinque Terre and Portofino

Fantastic holiday

5
A wonderful way to spend a week, walking the beautiful Ligurian coast, visiting the Cinque Terre villages and Portofino. The walks are well planned stopping at great places to eat lunch (Lots of good places in Moneglia to pick up a delicious slice of focaccia). Moneglia was a very pleasant town with a great atmosphere, ideal for strolling round on a warm evening. The hotel was very pleasant, and I liked the breakfasts, though fans of a Full English will be disappointed.
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Monastery on Trails of Ladakh route, India
***** Written
Trails of Ladakh

Trails of Ladakh

4
A fabulous trip with the opportunity to get a real taste of Ladakhi village life and to view the spectacular mountain panoramas whilst walking.
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Young Mountain gorilla
***** Written
Primate Safari

Gorillas in the Mist

5
Fantastic trip to see the Gorillas - an outstanding animal experience, in a country which has clearly chosen the appropriate amount of tourism and conservation - a model for other countries. Whilst the Gorillas are ultimately the highlight, the Golden Monkeys are also an unexpected highlight!
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Cute panda cub, China
***** Written
Imperial China & Yangtze River Cruise

Imperial China and the Yangtze River

4
We wanted to get a real insight into China and see the great icons of the country too and this trip certainly delivered on both fronts. It was hard work at times because of the full on travel but the upside was that we saw a lot of the country and how the infrastructure works (or doesn't, with floods in Xi'ian!). Our guide Alan/Hongbin Liu was excellent - more on him later.
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Yurutse village, Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh, India
***** Written
Ladakh: The Markha Valley

Simon Barber's Markha Valley review

4
A trip of a lifetime! My first time in Asia - a difficult place to get around in. I was attracted by the terrain and the altitude: I'd done over 4000 m last year in Morocco (Mt. Toubkal), this year I fancied a go at 5000 m. I made it, but not with much breath to spare. An excellently organised trip but not for the faint-hearted or those with any vertigo/balance problems. The Markha valley trail is up a flash-flood prone canyon that several times a year wipes out all vestige of the old trail, and the locals valiantly hack a new one out of the loose, crumbling cliffs above the gorge. In places the track is a foot wide and the drop a hundred feet and more. Not pleasant.
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Yurutse village, Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh, India
***** Written
Ladakh: The Markha Valley

Simon Barber's Markha Valley review

4
A trip of a lifetime! My first time in Asia - a difficult place to get around in. I was attracted by the terrain and the altitude: I'd done over 4000 m last year in Morocco (Mt. Toubkal), this year I fancied a go at 5000 m. I made it, but not with much breath to spare. An excellently organised trip but not for the faint-hearted or those with any vertigo/balance problems. The Markha valley trail is up a flash-flood prone canyon that several times a year wipes out all vestige of the old trail, and the locals valiantly hack a new one out of the loose, crumbling cliffs above the gorge. In places the track is a foot wide and the drop a hundred feet and more. Not pleasant.
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