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Walking in the Austrian Tyrol

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016 to Sunday, September 30, 2018
Location Start 
Achenkirch
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Achenkirch
Stretching along the valley on the shores of Tyrol's largest lake, the quaint village of Achenkirch is the perfect base for a week of walking. Surrounded by the lush meadows and jagged peaks of the Rofan and Karwendel mountain ranges, the routes in the area are plentiful. With such a great variety of walks, two grades are offered each day (moderate and challenging) with one leader escorting each grade.
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Austria
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Austria
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Austria
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Austria
Germany
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Monday, September 12, 2016 to Sunday, September 30, 2018
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  • 5 days centre-based walking; 1 free day
  • Level 3 and 5 walks offered each day
  • Altitude maximum 2298m, average 2080m
  • Group normally 6 to 18, plus 1 UK leader per grade. Min age 16 yrs
  • 7 nights 3-star Hotel Fischerwirt, all rooms en suite
  • All breakfasts and 7 dinners included
  • 7 nights accommodation
  • All breakfasts and 7 dinners included
  • London flights (if booking incl. flights)
  • Airport transfers
  • Local Transport
  • It is fair to say that the weather in the Alps can be changeable in summer, and Austria is no exception. Temperatures during the day can be very warm, especially in July and August, and the resulting humidity can cause some spectacular storms in the late afternoon/early evening. Clear, fresh mountain air in the Alps means that effects of the sun are often not noticed until it's too late, so it is important to make sure that sun block and lip balm is administered regularly. Given the depth of the valleys, it is also difficult to predict when rain is on its way, so carrying waterproof clothing is also to be advised.

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Moderate and challenging walks in the heart of Tyrol

All breakfasts and 7 dinners included
Our walks have been selected to make the most of the area. Each evening, our leaders explain what level 3 and 5 walking is on offer for the next day so you can choose which walk to join. This is the main advantage of a multi-grade holiday, as friends with differing ability can travel together. At both Moderate and Challenging levels there are steep ascents and descents often over quite rocky and uneven terrain. Due to the nature of the terrain on this trip, neither walking level is recommended for anyone suffering from vertigo. Level 3 entails walking between 5 and 7 hours per day. The area we are visiting is criss-crossed by a network of long established trails and walking paths, most of them well maintained and way-marked. Even so, paths will be rocky and on occasion exposed. Level 5 entails walking between 6 and 8 hours per day at an easy but steady pace. We will be using established trails and mountain paths; these will often be steep, rocky and more exposed than the level 3 walks. In Achenkirch, most days are around 6 hours of actual walking for grade 3 and 7 hours for grade 5, and the level of ascent for level 3 is up to 800m and level 5 usually 1,000m. Please note that when we use lifts, the descent is usually greater than the ascent described. The exact itinerary (and therefore the exact length of each walk) may vary depending on weather conditions or other factors beyond our control. Whilst aiming to always follow the routes described in these trip notes, it will be the leader's decision to amend the itinerary if and when necessary. Early weeks in June may need to be limited to lower level routes due to late-lying snow conditions. However, this is an ideal time for abundant alpine flowers and, as it is quieter, there is a good chance of seeing more wildlife.
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View of Achensee
Austrian Tyrol
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The Hotel Fischerwirt opened its doors in 1875 as a traditional and rustically furnished 3-star hotel. Directly located on the north shore of the Achensee Lake the hotel offers easy access to a variety of trails. All rooms are en suite, and double and twin rooms offer a balcony or deck with view of the Karwendel mountain range or of the lake. Facilities include satellite TV, telephone, sitting area, safe and hair dryer. All floors are served by a lift. WIFI connection is also available in most rooms and in the common areas. This excellent base offers a very warm welcome and nice treats such as free daily use of the sauna between 16-22 hrs.
Number of Days Activity 
5
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Level 3 - Approximately 5-6hrs walking Level 5 - Approximately 6-7hrs walking
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Low altitude; steep and rocky terrain
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  • Travel Insurance
  • Airport transfers for Land Only bookings
  • Single accommodation - GBP100 (limited availability)
  • Walk through beautiful Tyrolean scenery
  • Choose Moderate or challenging walks
  • Sample traditional local cuisine

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Inca Trail Titicaca & Nazca

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14
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Location Start 
Lima
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Lima
This tour combines the best-known trek in the Americas with a taste of Peru's diverse landscapes and cultures. Lake Titicaca’s waters lie adorned with floating reed islands inhabited by indigenous groups, while the barren coastal deserts and their mysterious lines of ancient Nazca civilisations continue to fascinate visitors. Cuzco is the ideal base for archaeological discovery and for embarking on the spectacular Inca Trail trek to the imposing citadel of Machu Picchu.

Alternative Moonstone Trek also available - please see Holiday Style (below).
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Peru
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Peru
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Peru
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Peru
Trip Validity 
Sunday, January 1, 2017 to Monday, December 31, 2018
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  Last Modified: 16 Sep 2015Inca Trail Titicaca & NazcaTrip code: TPDValidity: 01 Jan 2016 to 31 Dec 2017 Table of ContentsStyleGroup sizeJoining point ThemesAccommodationAlternate Joining point MapMealsFinish point ItineraryTransportAlternate Finish point  StyleExodusThemesWalking & Trekking, Solo departures, Guided Group, Culture & Discovery, Trek: point-to-point, Accom: hotel/lodge, Accom: camping, Archaeology, History Map[DoxHandler=108350]ItineraryDay 1 Start Lima. Day 2 Drive south to Paracas and sail to the Ballestas Islands; on to Ica. Day 3 To Nazca; visit Nazca Lines viewing platforms; optional scenic flight. Day 4 Turn inland away from the coastal desert, driving high into the Andes to Abancay. Day 5 Continue to Cuzco (3400m); afternoon free to acclimatise. Day 6 Free day in Cuzco to explore the many Inca ruins and Spanish churches. Day 7 Start Inca Trail trek from km82; walk along Urubamba River then climb to Huayllabamba. Day 8 Climb to the top of Dead Woman's Pass (4200m), then descend via old Inca steps to Pacaymayu. Day 9 Over Runcuray Pass (3800m) to ruins of Sayajmarca and Phuyupatamarca. Day 10 Walk down Inca steps to Wiñay Wayna and Machu Picchu via the Sun Gate; overnight in Aguas Calientes. Day 11 Visit Machu Picchu; guided tour of the site; return to Cuzco by train. Day 12 Drive across the antiplano to Lake Titicaca (3800m), visiting Inca sites en route. Day 13 Day trip to floating reed islands of Uros and Taquile. Day 14 Transfer to Juliaca; fly to Lima. Day 15 End Lima.  

  • Arrival Transfer included GROUP FLIGHT LIMA ()
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  • Moonstone Trek (Moonstone)
  • Rainforest Extension (APD ad TPD) Compulsory single traveller supplement (XTNRAIN5)
  • Rainforest Extension (APD ad TPD) Single supplement (XTNRAIN5)
  • Single supplement (TPD)
  • 18 days worldwide single trip insurance (18WST)

 

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Group sizeMaximum of 16 travellers per group.AccommodationMeals14 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 4 DinnersTransport Joining pointEl Tambo HotelAvenida La Paz 1276MirafloresLimaPERU Phone: +51 1 2194 080Alternate Joining pointFor trips departing on the following dates, use this joining point.18 Jun 2016 (TPD160618), 03 Sep 2016 (TPD160903), 01 Oct 2016 (TPD161001), 15 Oct 2016 (TPD161015) El Tambo Hotel 2Avenida La Paz 720MirafloresLimaPERU Phone: +51 1 2452 900Finish pointEl Tambo HotelAvenida La Paz 1276MirafloresLimaPERU Phone: +51 1 2194 080Alternate Finish pointFor trips departing on the following dates, use this finish point.18 Jun 2016 (TPD160618), 03 Sep 2016 (TPD160903), 01 Oct 2016 (TPD161001), 15 Oct 2016 (TPD161015) El Tambo Hotel 2Avenida La Paz 720MirafloresLimaPERU Phone: +51 1 2452 900

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  • 4 days point-to-point walking with full porterage
  • 7kg personal weight limit
  • Inca Trail altitude maximum 4200m, average 3050m
  • Group normally 5 to 16, plus local leader. Min age 16 yrs
  • 11 nights hotels and 3 nights full-service camping
  • All breakfasts, 4 lunches and 3 dinners included
  • All breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Arrival and departure transfers
  • Peru's diverse geography results in a very varied climate. The coastal desert including Lima, is generally dry but cloudy through most of the year. The exception is January to March when the skies are clear and the temperatures rise.
  • In Cuzco and the Andes, April to November is the dry season; during these months the sky is generally bright and clear with strong sunshine in the mornings, sometimes clouding over as the day progresses. In the Andes, however, anything is possible at any time of year, including cloud rolling up from the Amazon basin, rain or even snow, and rapid and unexpected changes! During the dry season temperatures at night can dip to around the freezing mark (and sometimes below!), particularly around Lake Titicaca. The chart below only shows average temperatures - daytime and night time extremes in the Andes, particularly in the dry season, can be very different from these.
  • Aguas Calientes and Machu Picchu are in the Cloud Forest and as such attract large amounts of precipitation all year as clouds move up from the Amazon basin. Rain here can be heavy, but is seldom prolonged.
  • If booking the Amazon Rainforest extension in conjunction with this tour please refer to the Trip Notes for further information on Peru's weather and seasonality.
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Discover Peru's deserts and high Andes and follow a classic trekking route

All breakfasts, 4 lunches and 3 dinners included in the price of the tour. Breakfast: hotel breakfasts are normally continental buffet-style; on trek they are more substantial and include a cooked dish such as porridge, omelette or pancakes. Lunch and dinner: on trek good quality three course cooked lunches and dinners are provided, and usually consist of soup or a starter, a main course with meat/fish and some form of carbohydrates, followed by a dessert. Drinks and water: drinking water (boiled and filtered) is provided in the mornings and at lunch during the trek so that you can refill your bottles. Bed tea/coffee is brought to your tent each morning and juice or hot drinks are provided with all meals during the trek.
You should be aware that the size of Peru means that this trip involves some long drives and early starts. The buses used are comfortable and the scenery is outstanding. There will be several stops along the way to help break up the journeys. The road between Cuzco and Nazca involves long descents and ascents on winding mountain roads, especially on the day we leave Cuzco, and this, combined with the increase in altitude, may affect you if you are prone to travel sickness. There are 4 days walking on the Inca Trail with full porterage, at a maximum altitude of 4150m, average 3050m. Though not without its difficulties (in particular the ascent and descent of the first pass, known as Dead Woman's Pass!) this trek is certainly possible for anyone in a good state of health and fitness, but we would not recommend it as a beginner's trek to anyone who is totally unused to walking. If you are not a regular walker you should put in some physical preparation beforehand. It is also not particularly suitable for those with bad knees due to the number of steep and uneven steps, particularly on the third and fourth days of the trek, although the use of trekking poles will help to reduce strain on the knees. An Inca Trail permit is required for this trip - please refer to the 'Inca Trail Regulations' outlined within the Trip Notes. Inca Trail permits are limited and can sell out fast. Although the classic Inca Trail is the most iconic trekking route, there are other treks in the region which are equally spectacular. One of the best alternatives is the Moonstone Trek which can be arranged in place of the Inca Trail. If selected, the Moonstone Trek will replace days 8 to 11 (Ex London) of the standard itinerary. Please note that the maximum altitude on the Moonstone Trek is 4625m (higher than that of the classic Inca Trail) and the route is slightly more strenuous, therefore we class it as a Moderate/Challenging trek (level 4). This trip spends considerable time at altitude - please see the Trip Notes for more information.
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Floating reed islands on Lake Titicaca
Foating reed islands of Lake Titicaca
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Hotels & Camping
You will spend eleven nights in locally run hotels, with en suite rooms and breakfast facilities. During the trek we spend three nights full-service camping, meaning that our camp staff will erect and dismantle the tents, cook, and do all camp chores for you: you need only carry your day pack. Inflatable Thermarest style sleeping mats are provided. There will also be dining and toilet tents and bowls of warm water are provided both morning and evening for washing with. Single rooms and tents can be booked throughout for an optional single supplement From £395 (approx. US$515) subject to availability at the time of booking. We recommend the early booking of single supplements, and of pre and post tour accommodation.
Number of Days Activity 
4
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Approximately 5-6 hours' walking per day.
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High altitude; good paths, lots of steps
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  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request)
  • Visas or vaccinations
  • Trek the famous Inca Trail
  • Marvel at the mysterious Nazca Lines
  • Explore the islands of Lake Titicaca
  • See the birdlife of the Ballestas Islands

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INCA TRAIL PERMITS ARE LIMITED - There is a daily cap on the number of trekking permits available on the Inca Trail, and they sell out very quickly. For this reason, we recommend booking your trek at least 4 months in advance, or 6 months for the peak trekking months of May to September.

PERMIT STATUS - If you have elected to do the Inca Trail trek, you should be aware that whilst your departure date may be 'Guaranteed', your Inca Trail permit itself will initially be 'On Request'. Inca Trail permits are released in January of each year, for the whole of that year and we cannot reserve or pre-purchase them. If travelling within the current year we will try to purchase your permit immediately upon receiving your booking. If travelling next year, we will apply for your permit next January as soon as they are released for sale. In either case, in the event that we are unable to get your permit we will contact you to discuss your options.

ALTERNATIVE MOONSTONE TREK - When Inca Trail permits run out, we offer an alternative trek (not requiring a permit) in its place. Please click here for details about the alternative remote Moonstone Trek.

TRIP EXTENSION - If you would like to visit the Amazon Rainforest it is possible to extend your trip. For more details please refer to the Trip Notes or call our Sales team, who will be happy to assist you.

This is a small group guided holiday. The group is usually between 5 and 16 in size, with an average of 12 like-minded clients booking individually, in a couple or as friends together.
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Peaks & Valleys of the Atlas

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Marrakech
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Marrakech
During this varied and challenging trek we aim to summit Jebel Toubkal, North Africa's highest peak (4167m), Jebel Ouanakrim (4088m) and Jebel Adrar n'Dern (4001m). We also discover seldom-visited gorges, passes and valleys and are rewarded with spectacular views as far as the Sahara. Campsites are mostly in high valleys and one night we camp near Lake Ifni with the chance of an afternoon swim. When our trek is over we return to the fabulous city of Marrakech to cool off in its pleasant gardens or to visit the vibrant souks.
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  • 12 days point-to-point walking
  • Between 4 to 8 hours walking a day
  • Altitude maximum 4167m, average 2400m
  • Group normally 6 to 16, plus local leaders. Min age 18 yrs
  • 8 nights semi-participatory camping, 3 nights gite with shared facilities & 3 nights hotel in en suite room
  • All Breakfasts, 11 lunches and 11 dinners
  • All breakfasts, 11 lunches, 11 dinners
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
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Trek through remote gorges, passes and valleys of the High Atlas mountain range

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Oukaimden Valley, Atlas Mountains
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Hotels, Camping & Gites
Camping on this trip is always in wild camps, as official campsites simply do not exist in the areas we visit. Wild camping means there is no ablutions or toilet block; however, there is sometimes the possibility to find a private spot at a nearby river for a quick wash. Ground conditions and space permitting, a basic toilet tent is erected at each camp. All camp chores are done for you from erecting and dismantling your tent to all the cooking and washing up. A table and chairs are also provided for meal times. On days 4, 7 and 11 we spend the night at a simple gite with showers and toilets. On days 9 and 10, we stay at Toubkal Basecamp with toilets and warm showers available in the refuge building for a small payment. Please note the refuge can be rather crowded with other independent travellers. All the hotels we use are of a similar standard, clean and functional although the rooms and facilities may be basic and limited and the breakfasts simple. Single supplement GBP100
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  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request from GBP125 - hotel and tent)
  • Visas or vaccinations
  • Ascend 3 peaks over 4000m, including Mt Toubkal
  • Experience a classic trek through remote villages
  • Absorb Berber culture and visit Marrakech

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Island Hopping in the Bay of Naples - Reverse

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Massa Lubrense
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Naples
Not far off-shore from the Amalfi Coast, Ischia and Capri have long been the summer playground of the rich and famous. However, away from the yachts, glamorous piazzas and exclusive boutiques, the stunning natural landscape of these islands also offer breath-taking walking opportunities with their great variety of quiet coastal trails, secluded sea coves and pastel-coloured villages. Starting from the blissful Sorrento peninsula, we sail through the blue waters of the gulf, walking on the world-famous Capri and Ischia, plus the island of Procida - one of Italy’s best kept-secrets - and ending in the vibrant Naples. Perfect for first timers as well as the Amalfi Coast aficionados, this new trip is definitely one for the bucket list!
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Italy
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Italy
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Wednesday, March 9, 2016 to Thursday, March 22, 2018
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  • 5 days walking and 1 free day
  • Low altitude throughout
  • Group normally 4 to 16, plus leader. Min age 16 yrs
  • 7 nights in four 3-star hotels, all rooms en suite
  • All breakfasts and 3 dinners included
  • Trip can be combined with TDA: Walking the Amalfi Coast
  • All breakfasts and 3 dinners
  • All accommodation (see below)
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  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Southern Italy, like much of the Mediterranean, has a hot, dry climate in summer and cooler but sometimes wet spring and autumn periods. Summer can be very hot with daytime temperatures in July and August reaching up to 35°C on the coast. The earlier and later departures in spring and autumn are likely to be cooler with a slightly higher chance of rain. In late summer there is the possibility of heavy thunderstorms, but these are usually short-lived.

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All breakfasts, 3 dinners and 1 limoncello tasting are included. Breakfast at the hotels is continental style with a choice of cereal, bread, pastries, yoghurt, orange juice and milk with an array of teas/coffee. Lunches will be picnic style or taken in local cafes. The first two evening meals included in the itinerary are normally taken at the hotel, where the standard is excellent and the chef takes great pride in showcasing the best of regional foods. The last group dinner in Naples will taken in a typical pizzeria in the historic centre. The abundance of fresh local produce as well as highly skilled local chefs make the Campania region one of the most envied culinary landscapes in the world. Most regional meals are prepared using of seasonal fresh ingredients such as olives, oranges, lemons, eggplants, tomatoes, almonds, grapes, and more; not to mention all of the seafood fished right off the coast. On this trip the leader will always be on hand to recommend the best restaurants and specialities in the islands. In Capri try the simple but delicious insalata caprese (mozzarella, tomato and basil salad) and the ravioli capresi, Capri’s staple dish made with simple pasta dough filled with parmigiano and aged caciotta cheese, tossed with a fresh tomato and basil sauce. Other of the island's traditional first courses are scialatielli, a fresh ribbon pasta often served with seafood or sautéed vegetables, and spaghetti alla Nerano, tossed with zucchini and cheese. Seafood lovers visiting the islands will also find excellent local shrimp caught on the sea floor between Capri and Massa Lubrense, which are served sautéed or eaten raw with just a bit of olive oil. There is no better way to end your meal than with a generous slice of torta caprese, a local chocolate and almond cake, which is traditionally served with a small, icy glass of limoncello. In Ischia, enjoy spaghetti alla puttanesca (spaghetti with olives, chilli, garlic and tomato sauce), coniglio all’ischiatana (rabbit cooked with garlic, chilli, tomato, herbs and white wine) all accompanied by top quality local wines such as Ischia Bianco, Ischia Rosso, Biancolella and Forastera.
Activity Level: 2 (Leisurely/Moderate) 5 days walking with low altitude throughout. Similarly to the Amalfi Coast, the islands of the Gulf of Naples are home to some of the best walks in Europe, with a variety of great coastal trails, deserted beaches and coves and picture-perfect fishing villages. The pace of the walks on this trip allows time to rest and enjoy the views, however, the terrain and amount of ascents and descent encountered is similar what you may find on a moderate walking trip. The terrain and type of path will vary from man-made paved tracks, tarmac to forest trails. The walks usually take between 4 and 6 hours including lunch stops (depending on the pace of your group). Please note that the summer temperatures can make some of the walks more strenuous. Overall, the trip offers a very good balance between backcountry walks and sightseeing in beautiful towns of Italy such as Sorrento, Capri and Naples. The boats used to travel between the islands are normally high speed ferries with good facilities on board. Occasionally, depending on sea conditions and seasonal timetables, slower ferries or private fully licensed boats might be used. Due to the number of transfers included on this itinerary, we recommend packing light and limiting the number of suitcases/rucksacks you travel with. You may find our Fitness Training Guide a useful reference: http://www.exodus.co.uk/assets/pdf/Exodus_WT_Fitness_Training_Guide.pdf
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Capri island
High angle view of Capri Island, Faraglioni Rocks, Italy
Sunset at Corricella harbour, Procida
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Hotels
We spend the first two nights in Massa Lubrense, two nights in Anacapri, two nights in Ischia and the final night in a central hotel in Naples. All rooms at the hotels are en suite, and all of them offer free Wi-Fi. The hotels are all 3-star and have been chosen for their warm hospitality and character; some of them have a pool. List of hotels normally used: Massa Lubrense: Hotel Il Piccolo Paradiso or Hotel Primavera Capri: Hotel La Bussola Ischia: Hotel Europa or Hotel Bellevue Naples: Hotel Chiaja
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Leisurely, 4/6 hours including lunch
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  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request from GBP200)
  • Visas or vaccinations
  • Discover wild scenery and bays in volcanic Ischia
  • Take an optional boat trip to Capri's iconic Blue Grotto or Faraglioni
  • Get lost in the narrow alleys of pastel-coloured Procida

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Portugal Walking & Wine - Premium

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Porto
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Porto
Portuguese wine is the result of traditions introduced by ancient civilizations; the Basto and Douro regions remain two of the main wine-producing regions of Portugal, complete with wonderful landscapes and a rich history to discover. This walking tour takes us from the atmospheric city of Porto, through the UNESCO World Heritage Douro Valley, where famous port wine is produced and on to the Terras de Basto, home of Portugal’s ‘young’ vinho verde wine. With leisurely walks, wine tastings and cultural visits throughout, this tour is the perfect introduction to the country that once dominated world trade routes.
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Portugal
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  • 5 days gentle walking and sightseeing
  • Low altitude throughout
  • Group normally 4 to 16, plus leader. Min age 18 yrs
  • 7 nights 4 and 5-star hotels, all rooms en suite
  • All breakfasts, 2 dinners and 3 wine tastings included
  • All breakfasts
  • 2 dinners and 3 wine tastings
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • Tour leader throughout
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • The Douro enjoys its own micro-climate, which is an important reason for the quality and style of its wines. The most important geological features responsible for this are several mountain ranges sheltering the region from the Atlantic Ocean influence, giving it a continental climate, with hot and dry summers and cooler and wetter winters. As one leaves Porto behind and travels upriver in the region the rainfall decreases and the temperatures increase. In May spring reaches its climax, with flowers and greenery abounding. June still enjoys this flush without having the hotter weather of July and August. September is one of the most favoured climatic months, being mostly dry and warm without being hot. October is still warm and from the second half the beautiful red, orange and yellow hues of the leaves herald autumn.

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Enjoy leisurely walks and wine tastings in Portugal's UNESCO Douro Valley

All breakfasts, 3 wine tastings and 2 dinners are included. Porto and the Douro valley are known for their excellent wines and the delicious regional cuisine which makes use of the natural resources found here. All meals have strong links with the land and sea, often prepared following old traditional recepies. Local specialities include the caldo verde, a cabbage soup that originated here thanks to the fertile green fields of the region. Portugal also prides itself in having some of the best fish in the world, and in this region a lot of the fish comes from the Douro river. The Douro region is also well-known for an endless number of meat dishes, which include the famous roasted goat with rice and potatoes, wild boar stew, posta mirandes (veal steak) and cozido à portuguesa (boiled meat, sausages and cabbages). There is another dish too, made on the basis of a sandwich, that is a true institution: the francesinha. Please note that vegetarians meals are available on request although options may be limited. The Douro Valley, birthplace of Port, is one of the oldest and most beautiful historic world wine regions. Wine has been made here for 2000 years. Considering the importance of the Alto Douro Wine Region, in 2001 UNESCO recognized this site as World Heritage. Port wine is a fortified wine produced under peculiar and unique conditions. It is still produced in an old fashioned way, in which the fermentation process is stopped by adding spirits distilled from wine, and the blending of wines and aging still play a vital role. Port wines can be red, white and rosé and during the trip there will be plenty of opportunities to try the different varieties. The Vinho Verde is also an excellent wine produced in this area. Naturally light and fresh, it is fruity, easy to drink, great as an aperitif or served with light meals.
Grade: 1 (Leisurely) Each day, we walk for 2 to 5 hours (excluding the sightseeing day). The terrain and type of path will vary from manmade paved tracks and tarmac, to dirt roads. The walks are easy and taken at a leisurely pace, although some short ascents and descents should be expected. Please be aware that the Douro region can also be very warm, possibly reaching 30 degrees in the summer months between June and September. Walking hours stated in the itinerary are given as approximates only. Timings stated include lunch and photo stops and will vary depending on the pace of your group. Some of the drives, although short, follow twisty mountain roads. You may find our Fitness Training Guide a useful reference: http://www.exodus.co.uk/assets/pdf/Exodus_WT_Fitness_Training_Guide.pdf
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Vineyards in the Valley of the River Douro, Portugal
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Terraced vineyards in Douro Valley, Alto Douro wine region in northern Portugal, officially designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Site
Panorama of Porto, Portugal
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We spend the first and last night at the 4-star Vila Gale in the heart of Porto. The central hotel offers a health club with an indoor swimming pool and the spacious rooms are air-conditioned and feature a bright décor. All come with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen cable TV, minibar and a private bathroom, including a hairdryer. The second hotel used on the trip is the the 5-star luxury Douro Scala Agua Hotel, offering stunning views of the world-famous Douro valley and vineyards. It has a spa with a heated indoor pool, private treatment rooms, and a hot tub. Other two nights are spent at the 4-star Mondim Agua Hotel, a contemporary hotel with an infinity pool and stunning views.
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5
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Average 6 miles a day
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Manmade paved tracks, tarmac paths and dirt tracks
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  • Single accommodation (available on request) from GBP250
  • Visas or vaccination
  • Discover ancient wine cellars
  • Walk through quiet countryside
  • Explore vibrant Porto

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Concordia & K2

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Concordia has possibly some of the most spectacular mountain vistas. Situated at the confluence of the Baltoro and Godwin Austen glaciers, it is an extraordinary place, dominated by K2, the world's second highest mountain. Gasherbrum 4, Broad Peak, Mitre Peak and Chogolisa form the rest of an astounding circle of mountain giants which has been called 'the throne room of the Gods'. This stunning trek starts in Askole and follows the Braldu gorge to the snout of the Baltoro glacier, which we then follow Concordia. We have an optional day walk to K2 and Broad Peak base camps. This is one of the world’s most stunning mountain treks and is wild and remote with scenery of unmatched grandeur.
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  • 13 days point-to-point walking with full porterage
  • Previous altitude experience necessary
  • Altitude maximum 4724m (5200m K2 base camp - optional), average 3650m
  • Group normally 4 to 16, plus leader and appropriate local staff. Min age 18 yrs
  • 6 nights en suite hotels and 14 nights full-service camping
  • All breakfasts, 17 lunches and 17 dinners included
  • All breakfasts, 17 lunches and 17 dinners
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • All listed transport and activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Arrival and departure transfers (Group flights only)
  • The weather in northern Pakistan is very hot during the summer. Maximum daytime temperatures will depend on the altitude, but will mainly lie in the range 25 to 40°C. Most days will be hot and sunny, although the occasional severe storm and bad weather cannot be ruled out. If the days are sunny on trek with no cloud cover it can be extremely hot and make the walking quite hard as there is often no shade at all, especially on the glacier. The nights will be cooler and the night time temperatures can drop to well below freezing when higher than 3,500 m. Islamabad and the lower Indus valley will be very hot and humid, while Skardu, although hot, will be less oppressive.

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One of the world's greatest treks; unrivalled high mountain scenery and breathtaking views of K2

All breakfasts, 17 lunches and 17 dinners included. All food is provided throughout apart from lunches and dinners in Islamabad, we suggest you allow around £50 for these meals.Food on trek is simple but wholesome. Breakfasts will consist of porridge and cereal, eggs and chapatti or toast. Lunches are a picnic usually with tinned meat, fish, cheese and crackers or chapattis. Dinner is 3 courses, soup, main course which is rice or pasta based and dessert. If you have any special dietary requirements we recommend you take along some of your own snacks or food. Pakistan is a meat eating country and does not cater as well as India for vegetarians, vegans or gluten free diets.
The trek is graded 'Tough' (Activity Level 7) with 13 days walking to a maximum altitude of 4,500m at Concordia (5,120m K2 Base Camp - optional) and an average of 3,650m. The walking on the Baltoro glacier is fairly tough, and is definitely not recommended for those who have not been walking at a relatively strenuous level in high mountain regions previously. Although there is a trail on the glacier nowadays, it is still rocky terrain and requires good balance and concentration. There may be some river crossings at certain times in the summer and if the rivers are high we may have to use alternative trails. We do not advise inexperienced walkers to attempt this trek. There is no habitation, except a couple of military posts, after leaving Askole, so conditions are more primitive than elsewhere. It can also be very hot in the early stages of the trek and on the glacier during the day. You may find our Fitness Training Guide a useful reference: http://www.exodus.co.uk/assets/pdf/Exodus_WT_Fitness_Training_Guide.pdf As this trip spends considerable time at altitude, we ask you to refer to the altitude warning under the 'Practical Information' section below.
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Mt.K2, the second highest mountain in the world
Group on Blatoro Glacier
Trekking towards K2
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Hotels & Campsites
6 nights hotels, 14 nights camping. In Islamabad, we use a standard hotel, which has air-conditioned rooms with en suite bathrooms. In Skardu we stay in a simple hotel. The trek itself is on a full-service camping basis, meaning that our camp staff will erect and dismantle the tents for you, cook, and do all of the camp chores for you. You need only carry your day pack. Most of the camping on this trek is wild camping amidst the mountains. We stay in two-person tents which have enough room inside for your kitbags. Sleeping mats and bags are not provided – please see the packing section. We also have a dining tent complete with table and stools. No running water is available whilst camping.
Tent on K2 trek in Pakistan
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12 (plus 1 optional day)
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Approximately 7-8 hours walking per day on average. K2 Basecamp day is 10-12 hours walking
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High altitude; including steep, rocky terrain
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  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request from GBP250)
  • Visas or vaccinations
  • Stunning scenery and wild, challenging trekking up the Baltoro Glacier
  • Camping in Concordia one of the most spectacular places on earth known as the Throne Room of the Gods
  • Trek Broad Peak and K2 Base Camps
  • Views of the Karakorum including K2, Broad Peak, Gasherbrum IV, Masherbrum, Trango Towers, Cathedral

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Walking Wild Greenland

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016 to Tuesday, April 24, 2018
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Reykjavik
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Reykjavik
A spectacular walking journey through the mountain and coastal wilderness of Greenland’s fjorded east coast.
Explore this untouched region abounding in mountains, icebergs, huge glaciers and rivers.
Combine well-paced daily walks with exploration from the air thanks to two short helicopter flights above the iceberg filled coastal waters.
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Iceland
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Iceland
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Greenland
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Greenland
Iceland
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Tuesday, April 26, 2016 to Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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  • 9 nights in 3-star hotels
  • All breakfasts, lunches and evening meals included
  • 7 days centre based walking, Approximately 3-6 hours per day
  • Full board throughout (packed lunches).
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  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Greenland has an Arctic climate with average temperatures that do not exceed 10° C in the warmest summer months. The air quality in Greenland is among the best in the world due to the country's geographical position to the high north. In the southern part of the country and the innermost parts of the long fjords, the temperature can, however, rise to more than 20° C in June, July or August, and due to the fine air quality and low levels of moisture in the air, in general you are able to see very far.

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A spectacular walking journey through the mountain and coastal wilderness of Greenland’s fjorded east coast.

Full board throughout.
Activity Level: 2/3 (Leisurely/Moderate) Please see the introductory pages of the trekking holidays brochure or our website for more important information on classification and grading. The terrain and type of path track will vary due to the remote nature of the destination. The walks are not technically difficult however a basic level of fitness is required. As this is a two centre-based trip, your luggage stays in the hotel, so you only need to take a daypack with you on the walks. You may find our Fitness Training Guide a useful reference: http://www.exodus.co.uk/assets/pdf/Exodus_WT_Fitness_Training_Guide.pdf
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Houses in Tasiilaq at the edge of Kong Oskars Havn with the mountain Polheim in the background
A boat from Travellodge Greenland passing a rather large iceberg near Tasiilaq
Hikers overlooking Sermilik Ice
A couple hiking in Greenland
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Hotels
In Reykjavik we usually use the Hotel Klettur offering comfortable accommodation with private facilities not far from the city centre. In Greenland we use the following hotels: Hotel Kulusuk located by the sea. 20 minutes walk from airport and 20 minutes walk from village of Kulusuk offering simple but comfortable en suite rooms. Wifi payable locally. Hotel Ammassalik – located on the edge of town up a hill overlooking the town and fjord. Panoramic views. Wifi payable locally. Both Hotels provide buffet meals of mostly meat and fish, however vegeterian options are also available on request, please inform us when booking.
Number of Days Activity 
7 days
Pace 
Approximately 3-6 hours walking per day
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Varied
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  • Single accommodation (available on request)
  • Visas or vaccinations
  • Explore one of the most remote location on Earth
  • Enjoy spectacular views of sculpted Icebergs
  • 2 nights in Reykjavik

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Island Hopping in the Bay of Naples

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Wednesday, March 9, 2016 to Thursday, March 15, 2018
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Massa Lubrense
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Naples
Not far off-shore from the Amalfi Coast, Ischia and Capri have long been the summer playground of the rich and famous. However, away from the yachts, glamorous piazzas and exclusive boutiques, the stunning natural landscape of these islands also offer breath-taking walking opportunities with their great variety of quiet coastal trails, secluded sea coves and pastel-coloured villages. Starting from the blissful Sorrento peninsula, we sail through the blue waters of the gulf, walking on the world-famous Capri and Ischia, plus the island of Procida - one of Italy’s best kept-secrets - and ending in the vibrant Naples. Perfect for first timers as well as the Amalfi Coast aficionados, this new trip is definitely one for the bucket list!
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Italy
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Italy
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Italy
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Wednesday, March 9, 2016 to Thursday, March 22, 2018
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  • 5 days walking and 1 free day
  • Low altitude throughout
  • Group normally 4 to 16, plus leader. Min age 16 yrs
  • 7 nights in four 3-star hotels, all rooms en suite
  • All breakfasts and 3 dinners included
  • Trip can be combined with TDA: Walking the Amalfi Coast
  • All breakfasts and 3 dinners
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Southern Italy, like much of the Mediterranean, has a hot, dry climate in summer and cooler but sometimes wet spring and autumn periods. Summer can be very hot with daytime temperatures in July and August reaching up to 35°C on the coast. The earlier and later departures in spring and autumn are likely to be cooler with a slightly higher chance of rain. In late summer there is the possibility of heavy thunderstorms, but these are usually short-lived.

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All breakfasts, 3 dinners and 1 limoncello tasting are included. Breakfast at the hotels is continental style with a choice of cereal, bread, pastries, yoghurt, orange juice and milk with an array of teas/coffee. Lunches will be picnic style or taken in local cafes. The first two evening meals included in the itinerary are normally taken at the hotel, where the standard is excellent and the chef takes great pride in showcasing the best of regional foods. The last group dinner in Naples will be taken in a typical pizzeria in the historic centre. The abundance of fresh local produce as well as highly skilled local chefs make the Campania region one of the most envied culinary landscapes in the world. Most regional meals are prepared using of seasonal fresh ingredients such as olives, oranges, lemons, eggplants, tomatoes, almonds, grapes, and more; not to mention all of the seafood fished right off the coast. On this trip the leader will always be on hand to recommend the best restaurants and specialities in the islands. In Capri try the simple but delicious insalata caprese (mozzarella, tomato and basil salad) and the ravioli capresi, Capri’s staple dish made with simple pasta dough filled with parmigiano and aged caciotta cheese, tossed with a fresh tomato and basil sauce. Other of the island's traditional first courses are scialatielli, a fresh ribbon pasta often served with seafood or sautéed vegetables, and spaghetti alla Nerano, tossed with zucchini and cheese. Seafood lovers visiting the islands will also find excellent local shrimp caught on the sea floor between Capri and Massa Lubrense, which are served sautéed or eaten raw with just a bit of olive oil. There is no better way to end your meal than with a generous slice of torta caprese, a local chocolate and almond cake, which is traditionally served with a small, icy glass of limoncello. In Ischia, enjoy spaghetti alla puttanesca (spaghetti with olives, chilli, garlic and tomato sauce), coniglio all’ischiatana (rabbit cooked with garlic, chilli, tomato, herbs and white wine) all accompanied by top quality local wines such as Ischia Bianco, Ischia Rosso, Biancolella and Forastera.
Activity Level: 2 (Leisurely/Moderate) 5 days walking with low altitude throughout. Similarly to the Amalfi Coast, the islands of the Gulf of Naples are home to some of the best walks in Europe, with a variety of great coastal trails, deserted beaches and coves and picture-perfect fishing villages. The pace of the walks on this trip allows time to rest and enjoy the views, however, the terrain and amount of ascents and descent encountered is similar what you may find on a moderate walking trip. The terrain and type of path will vary from man-made paved tracks, tarmac to forest trails. The walks usually take between 4 and 6 hours including lunch stops (depending on the pace of your group). Please note that the summer temperatures can make some of the walks more strenuous. Overall, the trip offers a very good balance between backcountry walks and sightseeing in beautiful towns of Italy such as Sorrento, Capri and Naples. The boats used to travel between the islands are normally high speed ferries with good facilities on board. Occasionally, depending on sea conditions and seasonal timetables, slower ferries or private fully licensed boats might be used. Due to the number of transfers included on this itinerary, we recommend packing light and limiting the number of suitcases/rucksacks you travel with. You may find our Fitness Training Guide a useful reference: http://www.exodus.co.uk/assets/pdf/Exodus_WT_Fitness_Training_Guide.pdf
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Procida, colourful island in the Mediterranean Sea,  Italy
Capri island
High angle view of Capri Island, Faraglioni Rocks, Italy
Sunset at Corricella harbour, Procida
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Hotels
We spend the first two nights in Massa Lubrense, two nights in Anacapri, two nights in Ischia and the final night in a central hotel in Naples. All rooms at the hotels are en suite, and all of them offer free Wi-Fi. The hotels are all 3-star and have been chosen for their warm hospitality and character; some of them have a pool. List of hotels normally used: Massa Lubrense: Hotel Il Piccolo Paradiso or Hotel Primavera Capri: Hotel La Bussola Ischia: Hotel Europa or Hotel Bellevue Naples: Hotel Chiaja
Number of Days Activity 
4
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Leisurely, 3/5 hours including lunch
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Moderate
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  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request from GBP200)
  • Visas or vaccinations
  • Discover wild scenery and bays in volcanic Ischia
  • Take an optional boat trip to Capri's iconic Blue Grotto or Faraglioni
  • Get lost in the narrow alleys of pastel-coloured Procida

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Walking the Island of La Palma

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Monday, March 7, 2016 to Wednesday, March 14, 2018
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Los Cancajos
Location End 
Los Cancajos
The entire island of La Palma (known as the Pretty Isle) was classed as a Biosphere Reserve back in 2002, and is home to over 900 endemic species. This walking trip takes in the incredibly diverse scenery in the north and the centre of the island taking advantage of the islands well waymarked paths. Days range from dramatic coastal hikes and walks through the lush National Parks before culminating in arguably the most classic walk on La Palma; La Ruta de los Volcanes.
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Spain
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Spain
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Spain
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Spain
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Monday, March 7, 2016 to Wednesday, March 14, 2018
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  • 5 days point-to-point walking
  • Altitude max 2426m, average 800m
  • Group normally 6 to 16, plus local leader. Min age 16yrs
  • 7 nights accommodation in guesthouses and hotels
  • All breakfast, 5 lunches and all dinners included
  • all breakfasts, 5 lunches and all dinners included.
  • All accommodation
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughoutFlights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • La Palma enjoys a relatively balanced climate year round due to the trade winds that affect all of the Canary Islands. These winds from the north east carry moisture and can mean that two different sides of the island can be experiencing completely different weather patterns simultaneously. The winds provide a lovely natural cooling system which is perfect for hiking. However you should be prepared for rain at any time, La Palma is a lush, green island and the weather systems can be quite unpredictable. We offer this trip year round, but please be aware that there can be significant increases in temperature in July and August and this may lead to cancellation of some walking days if the weather is too hot. The best time to trek is from October to May, when the island is a little cooler.

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All breakfasts, 5 lunches and all dinners included. Breakfasts are generally a simple buffet affair at your hotel, usually including a selection of bread, jam, pastries and cold meats and cheese. Lunches will be a picnic prepared by your hotel, usually consisting of bread, meat & Cheese, with nuts, fruits, chocolate and water. Dinners are taken from a set menu at a local restaurant or at your hotel and offer a variety of mouthwatering local specialities and international cuisine. Wine is not included with dinner but the average price of a bottle is €12.
Activity level 4 - Moderate/Challenging. This is a 6 day, two-centre walking holiday with transfers. Average altitude is 800m, maximum is 2426m on day 6 (the Caldera de Taburiente walk). The walks on this trip vary between moderate and challenging and each day involves a fair amount of ascent and descent (for more details please see the daily itinerary). The trip requires a reasonable amount of fitness, ideally with previous trekking experience. The most challenging walks of the week are on days 6 and 7. The terrain and type of path will vary but many of them can be rocky and steep, especially on the gorge walks on days 4 and 5. Good quality walking boots and poles are highly recommended for the type of walking you will be doing. All of the paths walked are approved and monitored by the Federación Española de Montañismo and are well signed. Although the walking can be steep we don't anticipate that vertigo suffers will struggle at any points, apart from on day 6 which involves a walk across the crater rim.
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Caldera de Taburiente National Park on La Palma
Views to the sea
On the way to Barlovento
Hotel La Palma Romantica, Barlovento
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Hotels
5 nights in a 4-star hotel, 2 nights in a 3-star; both with pools and en suite facilities. 5 nights are spent in Hotel Las Olas, in Los Cancajos. The hillside apartments are well-postioned between a backdrop of dramatic mountain terrain, and the Atlantic Ocean. There is a black sand beach five minutes walk away, and the hotel offers three pools. La Palma Romantica is located 1km from Barlovento, in the north of La Palma. Views from your balcony or terrace will be over the mountains or ocean, and the hotel comes with an outside pool and spa. All rooms are en suite and both hotels are equipped with wi fi.
Hotel La Palma RomanticaSwimming pool, Las Olas
Number of Days Activity 
5
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Varied; many days can be rocky and steep as you cross gorges and ravines. Ground can be loose underfoot as the landscape is volcanic.
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  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request) from GBP150
  • Visas or vaccinations
  • Witness dramatic volcanic landscapes
  • Bask in the winter sun
  • Trek the famous 'Ruta de los Volcanes'

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Fantastic walking across La Palma's dramatic volcanic terrain
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Self-Guided Walking in the Cinque Terre and Portofino

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Tuesday, February 23, 2016 to Sunday, December 31, 2017
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Sestri Levante
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Sestri Levante
About sixty miles east of Genoa lies a corner of the Liguria region with a remarkably well-preserved landscape steeped in tradition. 'Cinque Terre' means five lands; villages which are nestled high on cliffs or along deep inaccessible coves, with colourful houses facing the seafront. Each village offers its own olive oils, anchovies and Sciacchetrà liqueur (known as the 'Elixir of the Gods'). By day, you discover the beautiful peninsulas of Portofino and Sestri Levante using well-marked walking trails; in the evening enjoy the sunsets over the Mediterranean.
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Tuesday, February 23, 2016 to Sunday, December 31, 2017
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  • 6 nights hotel, all rooms en suite
  • 5 days centre based walking
  • Moderate walking on a variety of paths
  • Low altitude throughout
  • All breakfasts and 3 dinners
  • All accommodation (see below)
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  • April and May departures can expect warm days, although rain is always possible. Nights may be rather cool. Early June is similar, with the days becoming progressively hotter and the evenings much warmer. Late June to August departures should expect very warm weather with temperatures over 30 degrees celsius. Late September and October are cooler and can be wetter, however visibility is better. We strongly recommend a fleece-lined jacket or warm sweater in May, September and October.

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Discover the beautiful peninsulas of Portofino and Sestri Levante

Liguria is well-known for its delicious cuisine and classic regional dishes include pasta with pesto or walnut sauce, focaccia bread and of course plenty of seafood! With an abundance of fresh local produce and plenty of restaurants to try in Sestri Levante, food is a highlight of the trip. Vegetarians are well-catered for in Italy.
Activity Level: 3 (Moderate). 5 days optional centre-based walking and low altitude throughout. This is a self-guided tour, so you can walk at your own pace (we recommend taking plenty of time to rest and enjoy the views!). The walks on this trip are graded moderate. Although some walks will get your pulse racing we will also have plenty of time to rest, admire the views and on many days you can also enjoy swim breaks! Over the course of the week, the terrain and type of path will vary from man made paved tracks and tarmac to forest trails. Some areas may be rocky underfoot with narrow, overgrown or exposed paths. Although the walks are not technically challenging, you do need to be steady on your feet. All walks take between 4 and 6 hours including lunch stops and require a moderate level of fitness. Public transport is used in order to reduce your carbon footprint. The transport timetables will be provided in your route notes so you can choose the bus or train time that suits you best. As this is a self-guided tour, there will be no group or tour leader and you are free to complete the walks at your own speed.
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Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre
Boats in Portofino
Portofino village on Ligurian coast, Italy
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Sestri Levante
You will spend 6 nights in the charming, family-run B&B Sole e Luna. This cosy hotel is located a stones throw from the sea and is 5 minutes walking distance from the train station. All rooms are ensuite and some rooms have a balcony. There is a beach right outside the hotel where you can swim.
Sole e Luna room Sole e Luna room
Number of Days Activity 
5
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All walks take between 4 and 6 hours including lunch stops and require a moderate level of fitness.
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5 days optional centre-based walking and low altitude throughout.
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  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation
  • Supplement for single traveller
  • Visas or vaccinations
  • Flights from London (available on request)
  • Walk coastal and inland paths
  • Take a boat to Palmaria island
  • Explore chic Portofino

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