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Number of Reviews: 8018 Overall score: *****
Lodge with view, beneath Annapurna, Nepal
Review posted by Elizabeth Katz
***** Written

Luxurious Annapurna

This was a very very well planned and executed trip which took us from the mountains to the jungle, traveling by plane, by van, by raft, by oxcart, by elephant, by dugout canoe and by foot. Nepal is spectacular, and its people are warm and open. When you see some of the other accommodations along the trail, you'll be very glad you chose to travel in luxury.
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Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
Review posted by Eileen Gorrod
***** Written

A wonderful experience

This trip encompassed a whole range of experiences, to demonstrate the breadth of the beauty, culture and everyday life of this remarkable country.
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Great Wall, China
Review posted by Pete Bissell
***** Written

Walking The Great Wall, October 2014

A fantastic experience, and amazing to see the wall snaking away into the distance as far as the eye could see. Certainly a worthy inclusion in any list of the Worlds' man made wonders. Very well worth adding the Xian extension to see the Terracotta Warriors and the city itself.
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Table Mountain at sunset, South Africa
Review posted by Sandra Barrett
***** Written

Fantastic experience

This is a most fantastic trip with plenty of wildlife viewings (although not as many in numbers as the Masai Mara). Lots of travelling through beautiful countries - South Africa, Lesotho & Swaziland - where there are some tremendous views. This is a trip where you really NEED TO READ THE TRIP NOTES. So many of our group were not prepared for the long days travelling or the many nights camping. One person hadn't even brought a sleeping bag with her!! If you want luxury lodges this is not the trip for you. The more you read up before travelling the more you get out of this trip. The campsites were in some superb locations with tremendous views and most had excellent shower facilities and most even had places to charge batteries.
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Four Masai giraffes, Masai Mara Nature Reserve, Kenya
Review posted by Teresa Martini
***** Written

A nice trip, but not what I expected

It was a nice trip, but I was expecting something different. I was looking for an authentic encounter with nature, and this trip felt very touristic. The Masai Mara was fantastic, but unfortunately there were tons of tour companies around. The jeeps are communicated by radio and as soon as a jeep encounters an interesting animal, the driver alerts the others and in a matter of minutes tens of jeeps with tourists arrive at the same spot. It is indeed a fantastic place, but there are a lot of tourists around. We were lucky enough to see a lot of animals in August, and apparently it's not such a great sightseeing experience during non-migration season. If you are offered to visit the Masai village, be aware they practice FGM and if you feel uncomfortable with this practice, you might want to consider whether to pay the entrance to support them or not. The brief visit to the village ends in an improvised gift shop inside the village, where you are pushed to buy incredibly overpriced souvenirs. It really felt forced and kinda defeated the authentic experience of their culture I expected to have. In terms of accommodation, I thought it had the right balance of camping and permanent camps / hotels.The first camp where we stayed was not good: the first night there was a bunch of British teenagers partying until 3 or 4 am. The second night I talked to the camp manager and they did stop the music at 11pm, which was good. The rest of the camps were very nice, even the more basic ones. The thing that perhaps disappointed me the most was to get to places after long drives and not have any activity included in the trip to do. Of course you have what's called "optional activities" which you can pay to join, but (a) they were seriously overpriced (b) I didn't consider the activities "optional" because I hadn't fly all the way from London to stay at the camp. It'd have been nice to have an alternative activity included, even a walk in nature would have been exciting. It has to be said that our cook Dun was amazing, with very abundant and tasty food with and it was never a problem to serve different dietary requirements (coeliac, vegetarian, etc). Our driver Ben was super skilled and kept us safe through challenging roads. The entire crew made us feel always very well and at home.
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Castle of Beynac, France
Review posted by Peter Griffin
***** Written

Dordogne gastronomic cycling trip

A fantastic nine day trip through a beautiful section of the Dordogne, riding between hotels and visiting historic chateaus and towns along the way. The accommodation was excellent, the food was wonderful and the self-guided trip allows you to proceed at your own pace.
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Registan Square, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Review posted by Teresa Theobald
***** Written

Uzbekistan Uncovered

Uzbekistan is known as the " land of the golden smile" not a reference to a national happiness index but rather that many local women and some men have mouths featuring the status symbol of a full set of shiny golden teeth. It's dazzling! The Uzbeks are good spirited and genuinely hospitable. I didn't feel like a tourist or a traveller more like a guest of Uzbekistan.
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Bikers riding rocky track in Anti Atlas, Morocco
Review posted by Marcus Lynch
***** Written

The perfect offroad adventure

Second time on this trip (yes, it is that good) and cannot think of a more rewarding and adrenaline filled week for an offroad enthusiast.
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Walking on Etna, Italy
Review posted by Richard Cooper
***** Written

Sicilian volcanoes

A great group, guide, weather and location. An excellent itinerary with a mixture of contrasting activities and locations, from hiking and swimming on the peaceful Aeolian islands, to climbing the moonscape of Etna, whilst there is still free time to do other things.
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Great Wall, China
Review posted by Peter Noble
***** Written

Walking the Great Wall

The walking was much more interesting than I might have feared because we were using unrestored and relatively remote sections. it was really good to feel that the villages we stayed in overnight gave us an insight (however slight and sanitised) of life in a part of rural China.
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