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Number of Reviews: 8 Overall score: *****
Trekking staff beneath Ama Dablam, Khumbu, Nepal
***** Written

EVEREST TRAILS

An experience of a lifetime: fantastic scenery; rewarding trekking; snowball fights; mint tea and above all, caring and responsible guides who kept us safe and informed.
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***** Written

 The landscape, the sights and the Touareg team who looked after us all combined to make this an extraordinary and fascinating experience in a much misunderstood part of the world.

***** Written

Remote is the word that best typifies Sikkim. Remote from the world stage as an independent nation until 1975, remote in the sense that it is tucked away in the north east of India, nestling between Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal, and remote because it simply takes so long to get there.An internal flight to an Indian airport you’ve never heard of, then two days in jeeps, one of which is spent on tortuous roads that sometimes disappear due to landslides, then a two day walk in through steep forest paths, with some 2000m of ascent before the massive white bulk of the Sikkim Himalaya finally reveal themselves.It’s a beautiful area, unspoilt, and with relatively few other trekkers sharing the trails, but you need to be aware of the weather patterns in this part of the world. Early starts, determined walking to your next destination, and then anticipate rain, sleet, snow, cloud or fog anytime from 1400 onwards!In my view, this trek is best suited to folk who have trekked in other parts of the Himalaya (or other high altitude regions of the world). I would not recommend it for first timers. There’s some big ascents and descents, some very cold, damp nights, and although the food throughout was excellent, you do need a predilection for Indian veggie food.One for the connoisseur. If you’d like a more detailed diary of the trip please go to http://colinstump.blogspot.com/2009_04_01_archive.html

***** Written

I had a fabulous time. I loved Morocco. The accommodation was great. The riad in Marrakech had real character, and the auberge in the mountains was quite the loveliest place I have ever stayed - the rooms were basic, but the gardens, the pool and the mountain setting were amazing.

***** Written

This was a very good value trip, staying in a lovely, family-run hotel in a remote area with skiing from the door.   The skiing was in loipe tracks on an extensive network (we rarely were on the same bit twice in 6 days). There were few other skiers, even on the Saturday. It was very peaceful and the scenery beautiful. It was quite undulating so there was a good variation in uphill and downhill parts on a tour.

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