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Number of Reviews: 7875 Overall score: *****
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Review posted by Mavis Mavis
***** Written

Cape Town to Victoria Falls Reverse Lodges

Loved it. A hard overland journey, not for softies, but full of interest. Long days over often rough roads but with ever-changing landscape. There are several 2 night stops and swimming pools almost everywhere. We got close to animals - the big 5 (including the Black and the White rhino) plus leopard, hyena, wild dogs (rare indeed), crocodiles and lots of hippos. Zebra, giraffe, impala of all kinds, ostriches, crocodiles, colourful birds and a poisonous (and enormous) hairy black scorpion at Fish River canyon. Southern Right Whales off Cape Point in S. Africa and the lovely penquins nearby were the icing on the cake.
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Clients cycling past wild elephant, Bandipur N.P, India
Review posted by Maeve Gleeson
***** Written

Cycle Kerala and Tropical India

Cycling is the perfect way to experience the colours, sights, sounds, and smells of this beautiful part of India. Wonderful variety of cycling, scenery, wild life, culture and people. Fabulous food, great company and something new every day.
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Via Ferrata, Italy
Review posted by Maia Forrester
***** Written

Be prepared for all weathers

The Dolomites area of Italy is just beautiful and it was really lovely to be there. It is important that people signing up to this trip are prepared for a wide variety of experiences, since doing the Via Ferrata was much more weather dependent than I had appreciated. I had expected that rain and low cloud would not have prevented us from doing the Via Ferrata routes, simply that the experience would have been a bit damp and with reduced views. Unfortunately, non-optimal weather completely ruled out doing Via Ferrata routes for about half of our trip. On those days we went for walks instead. On those days we did see some incredible historic sites where there had been trench warfare on the hilltops, which we perhaps wouldn't have seen otherwise, however this was not an eventuality I had anticipated and I was really disappointed not to be able to do much of the Via Ferrata planned. I think it would be better to include this information in the Trip Notes, ie that weather may mitigate entirely against doing the Via Ferrate, so peoples' expectations are set an an appropriate level. It would also help if there was a 'Plan B' in place for such times because I think that the days when we didn't do the Via Ferrata would have felt better spend if we had been engaging in a pre-planned 'Plan B', rather than playing things by ear on a 2-3 hourly basis during those days.
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Trekking in the Picos, Spain
Review posted by David Lewis
***** Written

Walking in the Picos

All in all a great trip on a challenging week with a couple of quite long days and good climbs .
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Temple in Selinunte, Italy
Review posted by David Scott
***** Written

Treasures of Sicily

A comprehensive tour around the island taking in all the main sites. There is a lot to see.
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Walking through Val di Fassa, Italy
Review posted by Richard Wainwright
***** Written

Highlights of the Dolomites

Beautiful jagged mountains. Great guides. Good companions. Excellent weather.
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View from Inca Chiriasqa Pass on the High Inca Trail, Peru
Review posted by Stephen Brown
***** Written

High Inca Trail

A stand out experience, expertly guided, full of adventure amongst stunning scenery. Great food, camaraderie and fun.
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Padova Prato della Valle, Italy
Review posted by Ian Ian
***** Written

6th Sep' 14 - MWD - Dolomites, Lake Garda & Venice Ride

Fantastic trip, fantastic scenery, fantastic food, fantastic company, fantastic guide - I guess that means I may have enjoyed this trip
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