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Number of Reviews: 8812 Overall score: *****
Snowshoe trekking in the Pyrenees, France
Review posted by Helen Stockham
***** Written
Pyrenees Winter Walk & Snowshoe

Pyrenees Winter Walk & Snowshoe

3
I've been hiking in the Pyrenees during the summer months and was keen to experience the mountains in the winter months. It was very easy to pick up snow shoeing (took less than 5 minutes) and was a great way to access the mountains in the snow. I would describe the walking/snow shoeing we did as 'gentle to moderate' rather than 'moderate to challenging' as written in the trip notes. We were often finished by early-mid afternoon and then ended up in a café for a coffee or beer each day. Personally I'd have preferred to walk for another couple of hours each day and spent less time in the cafes in Luchon.
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Alhambra Palace, Granada, Spain
Review posted by Amanda Cullens
***** Written
Sierra Nevada & Granada

Walking in the Alpujarra

5
An amazing week of walks and Alpujarran culture.  As a non hill walker I was a little nervous about my ability to complete the many ascents involved in the guided walks but the pace was set by the group with plenty of capacity for those of us who live far from the hills! The scenery was continuously breathtaking with a new landscape around every corner.  The Hotel Los Berchules is by far the most friendly and hospitable I have stayed in with a real feeling of being at home.  The best packed lunches I have ever been given and the evening meal was always tasty and nutritious.
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Nha Trang, Vietnam
Review posted by Andrew Greenway
***** Written
Cycling Vietnam

Vietnam - Mot Hi Bai Yo!

5
We thoroughly enjoyed the cycling trip to Vietnam. The cycling itself was hard and a little too fast at times. The bus came in handy on a couple of occasions! The hotels were better than expected. The food was sensational (I just bought a Vietnamese cookbook!). The trip combined a huge amount into two weeks - beaches, cities, mountains, countryside, urban chaos....!
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Making local friends, Trinidad, Cuba
Review posted by Barbara Fleming
***** Written
Cuba: La Isla Grande

Needs some Work

3
Although generally the holiday was enjoyable, it was slightly spoilt by the lack of information provided to use during the tour by the guide. Everything was last minute. We could have left venues earlier in the morning to allow more time to spend in the next location when we were only spending one night there. I am sure most people do not mind an 8.00 or 8.30 start to be able to get to a location whilst still in daylight for a little bit of a look around. We were travelling with a number of single travellers which wasn't a problem however, in Trinidad it did state that none of them would be on their own in the Casa. One lady was placed in a Casa on her own which we felt was an unnecessary risk and this should be addressed.
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Lodge with view, beneath Annapurna, Nepal
Review posted by Brendan O'Hare
***** Written
Annapurna in Luxury

This trip needs to be on your bucket list

5
This trip ranks as one of the best I have ever done. From the chaos of Kathmandu (it grows on you!) to the peace & serenity of Annapurna, the challenge of rafting and the sheer excitement of coming face to face with a 2.5 ton rhino just beside our elephant in Chitwan, there was endless variety and changing experiences. We never had a dull moment. Great, healthy food, superb accommodation and staff who simply could not do enough to give us the best possible experience of their fascinating country.
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Cycling through tropical Costa Rican scenery, Costa Rica
Review posted by Ali Kerridge
***** Written
Costa Rica Coast to Coast Ride

Coast to Coast Smiles

5
An incredible trip of a lifetime. A beautiful country with an astounding array of wildlife, happy people and wonderful cycling. We met some lovely like minded people and learnt so much about this fascinating country from our superb local guide. We didn't want to leave, and would love to do it all again!
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Enjoying the view from Volcan Pacaya, Guatemala
Review posted by Barry Holmes
***** Written
Guatemalan Highlands & Volcanoes

Guatemalan Highlands & Vocanoes

5
This trip was a bit different from the normal point to point trekking. It was much more varied and I very much enjoyed it. As an example, there is an optional ascent of Volcan San Pedro which has great views from the summit over Lake Atitlan. It's a fairly hard 1,200 metres of ascent. We took tuk-tuks to an early start around 07.00, were at the top by 10.30, enjoyed the views and instead of the normal packed lunch we were back down for lunch in a restaurant, after which we had a free afternoon. It was shorts and T-shirts by day but could be quite cold and windy at night ( most camping nights were spent on school playgrounds and we sometimes ate in a classroom on little children's chairs). I'd be happy to recommend this trip.
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