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Number of Reviews: 8028 Overall score: *****
Priest outside the Church of Abuna Yemata, Guh, Gheralta, Ethiopia
Review posted by DE VIC CAREY
***** Written

Green Hills faraway

We came prepared for a few hiccups and certainly the interminable immigration formalities at Addis and the snails pace drive to the hotel reflected these concerns but as soon we were entrusted to the excellent care of your guide Kibrom the hiccups subsided. The first afternoon in Addis was not all that inspiring - particularly the rather sad museum, but once we got to Bahatr Dar things got moving. Gonder and the the long drive to Debark and on to Axum was not something we would have wished to miss. Magnificent walk in mountains with which we could cope. What views of green and intensive cultivation. . Axum will be more presentable when the roads are finished but what stellae when you compare with celtic Brittany, although they are not the Queen of Sheba's vintage. Then to Lalibella which lived up to expectations. Other reviewers have been a bit dismissive of the final days in the south but we felt they complimented the north - we enjoyed the birds hippos and views of their agriculture particularly the amazing polythene greenhouses which have taken much of the flower trade from these islands.
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Terraces of the Colca Canyon, Peru
Review posted by Daryl C
***** Written

Spectacular Peru

For anybody who wishes to see the sights of southern Peru this trip covers it all
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Humpback Whale tale fluke, South Africa
Review posted by Tony Gooch
***** Written

cycling the cape

the views are fantastic the cycling is good but I was a bit disappointed with the tour guide he either wanted to cook for us or take us to a restaurant of his choice so we never had a chance to look around the towns we visited. It would have been nice to have a choice a few evenings just to do your own thing .
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Humpback Whale tale fluke, South Africa
***** Written

cycling the cape

the views are fantastic the cycling is good but I was a bit disappointed with the tour guide he either wanted to cook for us or take us to a restaurant of his choice so we never had a chance to look around the towns we visited. It would have been nice to have a choice a few evenings just to do your own thing .
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Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
Review posted by David Lay
***** Written

Discovering Myanmar

A very enjoyable trip, made more so by the knowledge and enthusiasm of our guide, who was clearly very proud of his work and his country, its people, culture, food and traditions. Whilst some long days in hot weather are quite tiring, it is not an arduous trip, and the internal flights are a good way of minimising long road journeys.
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by Lynn Cook
***** Written

An Amazing Experience

From the mayhem that is the streets of Delhi to the tranquility of Chitwan and onto the natural beauty of Nepal, this is a non stop sense smacking adventure! Sometimes you have to pitch yourself to believe what you are seeing is real, from the animals wandering in the streets, to the magnificent temples and scenery. India was full of wonderful man made sights, but Nepal commanded her natural beauty. Everywhere people will happily wave to you, want their photograph taken with you and ask where you are from. This is a well balanced insight into India and Nepal and has whetted my appetite for further travel.
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Torres del Paine at sunset, Chile
Review posted by Michael Phillips
***** Written

Discover Chile

A brilliant trip for anyone who loves a variety of outdoor locations from desert to snowy volcano to green forest to, well - more.
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Descending into the Barranc de la Canal Gorge, Serella walk, Spain
Review posted by Derek Gott
***** Written

MR DEREK GOTT

I thoroughly enjoyed the holiday. Good walking, good weather, good company and excellent food.
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Gelada, Simien Mountains, Ethiopia
Review posted by Hazel Strudwick
***** Written

Simien Mountains - Spectacular, Amazing, Tough

This is a challenging trek but very rewarding. It's challenging because of the many ascents and descents every day. The trip notes are accurate and there are some long 10 hour days - in the heat - which means the sight of the camp site is the best feeling ever! The trails are very rocky with many loose stones which means going down can be difficult - so you need to be sure footed. Very enjoyable. Loved it.
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by ANTHONY ANTHONY
***** Written

LAND OF THE TIGER

WE HAD A MOST WONDERFULL TRIP AND SAW 7 TIGERS SOME AT DISTANCE AND TWO AT WATERHOLES WE HAVE GREAT PICTURES OF THEM FOR OUR FUTURE REFERENCE AND TO REMIND US OF JUST HOW WONDERFULL THE TIGERS ARE.SADLY WE WERE NOT PLEASED ON ONE OF THESE SIGHTINGS THERE WERE 17 JEEPS ALL TRYING TO PUSH AND SHOVE TO GET BEST PICTURE. THIS HAS TO HAVE AN AFFECT ON THE TIGERS SURELY THERE SHOULD BE BETTER POLICING OF THE JEEPS AS WE WERE TOLD ONLY 5 AT A TIME .CAN UNDERSTAND WANTING TO GET GOOD PICTURES BUT NOT AS TO AFFECT THE TIGERS.
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