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Number of Reviews: 9581 Overall score: *****
Mt Fuji, Japan
***** Written
Mt Fuji & the Japanese Alps

Mt. Fuji and the Japanese Alps

5
This was an amazing trip from beginning to end, with the perfect balance between being active with the hiking, and culture. We were lucky to have amazing weather on both Mt. Yarigatake and Mt. Fuji, offering up stunning views of the Japanese alps and the area surrounding Mt. Fuji. Pictures could not do justice to what we saw and experienced. In addition to the two mountains, other highlights for me were the Ryokan - an overnight stay at a traditional local guesthouse, and cycling around Lake Kawaguchi on our day off.
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Zion N.P, USA
***** Written
Western Discovery

Trip of a lifetime

5
This was a truly memorable trip through some of the world's great natural wonders. It's impossible to portray in words the sense of wonder when you get up high in Yosemite, Zion and Bryce, or down low in the Grand Canyon, and some of the less well known places such as Kodachrome, Lake Mono and Lake Tenaya were fabulous too. Camping near the edge of these world class parks gave us a head start every day for hiking or site-seeing, and once we were in we felt like we were in a film set a lot of the time.
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Mt Fuji, Japan
***** Written
Mt Fuji & the Japanese Alps

Japan Tour Number 1!

5
Amazing holiday that flew by all too quickly. There was a great mix between the old (Kyoto, castles, shrines and temples, Magome-juku, noh theatre) and new (Shinkansen, Tokyo's neon lights, Asimo), active (hikes up Mt Yari and Fuji san) and chilled (free days round Matsumoto and the Fuji lakes). Experienced all kinds of foods, different types of sleeping accommodations (Nice hotels, Ryokan, huts), varying forms of transport, onsen baths, karaoke...
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View across Toubkal N.P, Morocco
***** Written
Mt Toubkal Climb

A 3Stars Trip which could do better if......

3
A good and enjoyable personal experience on climbing Mt Toubkal. However on the trip I was let down by the logistics which were not appropriate and fit for the purpose. We experienced just a couple of bad and worst weather on day 3 and 5 with strong winds and heavy rain which was enough to tested the tents. On these occasions I discovered the fragility of the tents(mine in particular) and the fact that they couldn't resist to more than a couple of bad days.Furthermore the tents weren't anchor properly and because of that the strong wind just blew one of the tent during the night3 and on few occasions the mess tent which was used to have our meals. Anyone with a bit of a knowledge about mountains knows how important is to have a good and safe tent to spend the nights on without worries that will blow away in any moment or that the water will come in. The climb itself wasn't as difficult as I was thinking and before the day of the climbing Toubkal Summit I could test myself on an optional walk up to 3700m. Nobody from the group experienced any signs of AMS(acute mountain sickness) but few vomited and had diarrhoea when we were at the base camp. The hotel room from 1st and last day was comfortable, with AC and en-suite. The night spent on the gite was basic but after few days spent on tents looks heavenly. The food was good all the way and if you are not very fussy about food you will enjoy it. However some snacks or energy bars are required to have them especially because the time between meals it is quite long and on the walks you will need some extra.... Water can be purchase every day of the trip, even up the mountain. For each 1.5l of water you will spend 0.30-0.45p and you will need around 3-4bottle daily, more if you intend to use it for wash too.Plenty rivers but nobody could tell how safe their are for tourists( as I was told by a local ) Money matter.Best way is to change at the airport, however plenty banks are in Marrakesh.On the trip everything has a price and mostly can be negotiate.Medina it is a big labyrinth so don't go by yourself and most important do not listen nor pay the local for directions when you are in Medina, otherwise you will spend many hours inside with no possibility to go out and some money too.
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Walkers on Grand Balcon path, looking towards Mont Blanc, France
***** Written
Tour du Mont Blanc Hotel Trek

Brilliant Holiday

5
We have just returned from 2 weeks Tour Du Mont Blanc Hotel Trip. It was everything we expected it to be and thoroughly enjoyed the hike. I was slightly worried that I may not be fit enough, not done as much hill walking as I'd wanted, but as I'm an active person anyway I managed fine. Anyone not used to walking would need to do some hill walking beforehand. We were lucky with the weather, only one wet walking day. A fantastic trip, can't wait to plan another.
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Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
***** Written
Discover Burma

Burma

5
I have just returned from my trip to Myanmar. What a wonderful experience . I have holidayed in many countries but this was just amazing. Despite the monsoon rain and a state of emergency being declared due to the weather conditions nothing could spoil our enjoyment of this beautiful country and it's lovely people. To experience this country as it is just emerging was fantastic. We saw so many beautiful things. The highlights being Began and Lake Inle. My advice is go as soon as you can before the culture is lost and the countryside is spoilt .
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Families in front of Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica
***** Written
Natural Magic

Family fun in Costa Rica

5
We had an amazing 2 weeks with a lovely balance of seeing such a range of nature - turtles, toucans, caimans, crocodiles, hummingbirds, monkeys, frogs, snakes just to start the list - and adventure experiences - white water rafting, cloud walking, ziplining, bathing in thermal springs. Our guide was knowledgeable, organised and had a great sense of humour.. he made sure that the itinerary suited the group's needs. Would definitely recommend Costa Rica - ideal itinerary for teenagers and pre-teens..
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Yurt, Kyrgyzstan
***** Written
The Silk Road

In the footsteps of Tamerlane

4
This is a full on trip across three countries and at times travelling through mountainous areas on fairly rough roads. As a result this isn't the holiday to take if your looking for relaxation but the pay off is an amazing contrast of stunning ancient buildings, breathtaking scenery and mixing with people who have had limited contact with western europeans. At times we were being photographed as much as the locals! The tour really does take you back through the centuries to the time of Tamerlane and even earlier. The soviet restoration of some sites has been done incredibly well and we felt welcome in all of the mosques and mausoleums we visited
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Mud baths, Nha Trang, Vietnam
***** Written
Chopsticks & Coconuts

Vietnam Chopsticks and Coconuts

5
Fantastic family holiday with a mix of cultural experiences and activities for children of all ages, including teenagers. It is a busy holiday with quite a lot travel involved, but this is an experience in itself. Travelling with other families worked well and contributed to the enjoyment of the holiday.
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