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Number of Reviews: 8472 Overall score: *****
Winter walking, Trins and Three Valleys, Austria
Review posted by Suzanne Suzanne
***** Written

Fantastic walking trip

My husband and I did this trip over Christmas, and it was wonderful from start to finish. Whilst not new to walking, this was our first time walking consecutive days and for this we found the trip ideal. The grade and duration of the walks was spot on (about 10 miles a day) but you are in the mountains, so be prepared for some ascents and descents. The hotel was very comfortable, and the food fantastic and extremely abundant. Everywhere we went the people were friendly and welcoming, whilst the entire area is very un-touristy, so you get a real feel for how genuine everything is.
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Aurora swirl, Sweden
Review posted by Adrian Capper
***** Written

Lapland Adventure and the Ice Hotel

Brilliant, a much better way to spend late December and the New Year than watching repeats and Jools Holland. This was an amazing holiday with a good mix of activities and down time.
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Cycling group on the beach, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Michal Reed
***** Written

Wet and wonderful

You can't have all that green without rain. But once you let yourself go and make peace with being entirely wet and muddy for days, there is a wonderful sense of freedom. You won't be cold (except for the summit day) and you will always have a clean warm room to regroup at the end of the day. I can't imagine a better way to see the variety of eco/cultural/historical systems than cycling through Sri Lanka. Suresh and his support team create an indulgent expereince where all details are taken care of and all you have to do is eat, ride, and enjoy the culture and views.
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Highland landscape with tea estates, Sri Lanka
Review posted by Phil Risdale
***** Written

Two weeks of rain, cancellations & disspointments

I don't want to sound like the traveller just complaining because the weather wasn't very kind, but this trip was very badly effected by torrential rain, landslides, cancelled walks, waterlogged hotel gardens (the route from room to restaurant), all-night amplified religious chanting 50m from hotel room, a riverside campsite virtually under water, a cancelled train ride (line swept away by rain), a cancelled town tour (due to a political rally), power cuts, illness within the group, etc. etc. Add to this that some accommodation was terrible and the bus was far too small for a walking group of this size (all with back-packs, poles, etc) and you'll see that this tour was not a complete success - but it was an experience though!
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Lalbagh Fort, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Review posted by Soo Matthews
***** Written

Fantastic journey

The best Christmas escape so far! Two weeks of welcoming people, wonderful sights, sounds and food with a fantastic team looking after us. Our driver Kokhan made sure that we all stayed safe getting on and off the bus and stopped for photo opportunities when we asked and even when we didn't if he saw something he thought we'd be interested in. Khan our guide shared great info and history about Bangladesh with a lovely sense of humour and made sure that we weren't too harassed by people wanting to take our photos! Suzie our superb guide made sure that we had all we needed including a few treats from home for Christmas and New Year. All in all a fantastic team - thank you.
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Canoe ride down the Amazon, Tambopata Reserve, Peru
Review posted by Steph Whelan
***** Written

Fantastic Experience!

A fantastic trip. Very well organised throughout, and it felt like the trip managed to fit a lot in. We were lucky to have Carlos as our group leader and a really fun group. The jungle trip was amazing, and Frank was an excellent local guide who made it a really fun time. The Inca trail was a great experience, fantastic scenery throughout and a real sense of history.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by Louise Weller
***** Written

Well organised, great cycling

We really enjoyed our holiday, our guide Is was excellent, very well organised. There was very littl hanging about The cycling in Thailand was excellent fun as very quiet roads where we could all go at our own pace, race if we wanted to or in my case bring up the rear. Roads were busier in Cambodia and Vietnam but was still great but we could not split into groups so much. I was a bit nervous about keeping up but it was nearly all totally flat and I found I could manage the distances much easier than I had thought. Bikes were excellent but please, please take padded shorts and a gel saddle cover, hardened cyclerswere struggling without. No need to carry a bag whilst cycling as a vehicle follows you around and you just need to take a drinks bottle. food was really good and as a vegetarian I did not have any problems. If anything there was too much food which was particularly true in Vietnam where we were given large lunches which we felt rude not finishing but they were just too big. Although lunches not included you do not get a choice of where to go so I actually think he rip would be better if lunches were included since there is no choice anyway. hotels were a very good standard, much better than I was expecting. The only downside to the holiday was the time in Phenom Penh which was quite a stressful place to walk round and except going to the market I could not find anything to do in our free time and I also found the home stay to be very different to what I was expecting. I was thinking it would be a quiet retreat but our guide cider to do karaoke very loudly from his laptop. it was great fun but not a quiet retreat, we also had a en suite room and it was just a bit strange! great holiday though and I would recommend it.
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Taj Mahal, India
Review posted by Nicholas Bray
***** Written

Highlights of Northern India in Style

Excellent trip all worked well as room delays extra, felt a little rushed but then there was a lot to get in
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Group walking through rugged country, Anti Atlas, Morocco
Review posted by Brandon Skinner
***** Written

Alone in the Anti-Atlas Mountains

After stepping off on our trek in Irhem, we saw few sights of civilization until reaching the end point five days later. The only exception was a couple oases and small rural hamlets we passed through. There's nobody else hiking out here! The Anti-Atlas Mountains are vast and stunning. The guide and his team was great. The camp cook kept us well fed.
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