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Number of Reviews: 8791 Overall score: *****
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

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Leopard, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Karen White
***** Written

Whales & Leopards of Sri Lanka

An excellent trip from start to finish. Wasn't anything I didn't enjoy. Spent it with a great group of fellow travellers and our Tour Leader and Guides were excellent.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Ian Richards
***** Written

Cycle the Backroads of Sri Lanka - Trip code MIR 150308

The cycling in the first two thirds of this trip was fairly challenging, at least I found it so. Whether it was fear of unseen wild elephants or just a keen, fit group, I don't know but the pace was brisk and the effort needed to rejoin the peleton discouraged me from taking as many photos as I would have liked. On many days there were supplementary activities which provided plenty of photo opportunities, however. The food and accommodation was generally excellent. The sophistication of the hotels and lodges was variable but everywhere was welcoming and clean. Towards the end of the trip, there was no longer any pressure to reach destinations and the cycling became much more relaxed, giving a chance to chat and take photos. The roads were quieter too, with one morning in a bird sanctuary. Galle fort was very picturesque but full of a different sort of tourist to ourselves! Colombo was a mixture of elegant colonial buildings in the centre, now restored to create elegant shopping malls, and many miles of poor, rather depressing, 'suburbs'. Strange, to my eyes at least, that the extra income in the city seems to bring about a reduction in the quality of life compared with the country.
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Northern Lights explosion, Iceland
Review posted by Janet Clark
***** Written

Iceland experience

This was an awe inspiring trip with excellent company and a splendid guide. Personally, I achieved 2 firsts: glacier walk and lava tube caves.
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Walking in North Cyprus, North Cyprus
Review posted by Gary Harrison
***** Written

Almalfi Coast

An excellent trip. Varied itinery with walks along beautiful coastline and trips to interesting historical sites. Trip leader was very knowledgable and the guides in Pompei, Herculaneum and Vesuvius were also excellant. Great food in the hotel and enjoyed the cookery demonstrations!
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Houseboats on backwaters, India
Review posted by Sylvia Wilson
***** Written

Tropical South

Day 1 - met by Leader Santo James At COCHIN airport - bus ride to Grand Hotel - Kathakali dance show followed by shared dinner - Day 2 - Harbour cruise - explored Fort Cochin, Saw Chinese fishing nets, Dutch cemetery, St Francis Church, Vasco de Gama tomb, Visited Laundry, Spice shop, Jewish synagogue, Mattancherry Palace, Day 3 - drive to MUNNAR - group walk into town through spice market - hotel buffet dinner & back to hotel in Tuk-tuk Day 4 - Trek up through tea plantation - To tea museum/factory, Day 5 - Long drive to MADURAI - Tuk-tuk to Gandhi Museum, swim in pool on hotel roof top Day 6 - Visit to Meenakshi Temple & Palace - wander through market - carpet shop - fantastic Rickshaw 3hr ride through town - children & people very friendly - rooftop dinner & fireworks Day 7 - drive PERYAR WILD LIFE SANCTUARY - Ayurvedic massage & fun cookery class in chefs home Day8 - Spice farm tour, boat cruise - saw bison & otters but no elephants or tigers - Day 9 - Drive to ALLEPPEY - Boat cruise, stopped enroute at big church - saw pineapple & rubber trees, stopped to eat stuffed banana & then curry lunch & supper on houseboat Day 10 - Houseboat sunny breakfast of pancakes, omelette & stuffed banana while cruising down canal seeing villagers washing & brushing teeth. Arrived COIR RESORT at THRiKUNPUZZHA & another boat ride down canals when boat boy lost his hook & had to dive into water to retrieve it. Walk with Our Leader to see Coir rope making. Day 11 - lunch in VARKALIA at Juice Shack - arrive KOVALAM - Sagara Hotel - walk on Beach - dinner on roof top. fireworks Day 12 - optional trip drive to KANYAKUMARI southern most tip of India where 3 oceans meet - The Arabian Sea, The Indian Ocean & The Bay of Bengal, Visit Wooden Palace at PADMANABHAPURAM where 2 of our group were blessed by a guru & are blessed. lunched on Banana leaf curry eaten with fingers, Visit to Hindu Temple on Island - dipped feet in Indian Ocean Day 13 - early morning optional boat trip to Mangrove Forest - saw several rare birds - walk on beach In afternoon finished shopping, swam in sea & 2 hotel swimming pools - dinner at restaurant, jasmine flowers decorating table. Day 14- drive to TRIVANDRUM for flight home at 4:30 am
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Snowshoer on Gariole de l'Alp, France
Review posted by Sarah Carter
***** Written

Snowshoeing in the Southern Alps

Very well organized treks in this remote region of the Alps. We were the only non-french tour group so not touristy at all, very quiet and peaceful. Great home-cooked food in the gites, plentiful supply of local beers and cheeses in the evenings. My first experience of snowshoeing but very easy to learn the best techniques and can be great fun racing in fresh snow.
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Aerial view of Sigiriya Rock, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Anne Macrae
***** Written

Discovering Sri Lanka was a Joy.

I had a thoroughly enjoyable time from start to finish and would recommend this trip to anyone wanting to see and experience Sri Lanka. The people were warm and welcoming and we were often to hear children call out ' hello, how are you ?' along the way when cycling or rafting. I think it must be the first phrase taught in school. Great variety of country and activities covered. Bus journeys passed by quickly with plenty rest stops for refreshments. We were looked after by the bus driver, helper and guide Roshan who would start the journey each morning giving a clear, helpful ,informative explanation of the day's activities and local customs. We travelled in February and had good weather except for one afternoon when torrential rain came down just as we were on the Elephant Safari. Lots of crazy careering about in jeeps and soaked as we had the roof open ( watch your cameras & phones stay dry ) but had a great if bumpy time. Was rewarding to see the elephants enjoying playing in the rain in the freedom of a natural habitat.
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