This was a mystical and awe-inspiring trip - seeing tigers in the wild was the best wild animal experience I have ever had. We saw small cubs, 3 near adult tigers lounging around together in the shade, several crossing the road next to us, another one sitting in a waterhole, altogether 16 tigers and 5 leopards. Can't believe how lucky we were.
A fantastic holiday really enjoyed all the activities especially the Huskys and the Quinze Building (felt like a real achievement to build and sleep in it). The surrounding area was beautiful and it felt like a real break to re charge batteries. Accommodation and food were ideal and the guides were all really helpful, professional, good fun and along with all the other great people I met, made the holiday.
A fantastic experience, worth the occassional moments of discomfort:- eg, lack of hot showers. This trip was so well organised it was very quickly clear we could relax completely and enjoy each moment. Nepal is a stunningly beautiful country, and the excitement of seeing Everest for real was worth the wait.
We were well looked after and the trail was magnificent with awesome views. Arriving at the sun gate overlooking Machu Picchu was emotional after four days trekking. Really felt like I had achieved something.
I saw many Mayan archaeological sites which were fantastic and my fellow travelers were wonderful but the trip itself had some problems. We started out with 11 people crammed into a small van and then spent numerous hours on bumpy roads with little room to move and get comfortable. Not a good way to begin a tour.
A brilliant week out, exploring a different world. The trek gets better each day, and the desert scenery gave context to our viewing of Petra. The camping was comfortable and the travelling Portaloo was appreciated.
What an amazing country to cycle in. Pretty much traffic free. Fascinating history. Beautiful landscapes, especially through the national parks. Cheap rum. Lovely people. An hilarious, funny tour guide who made the trip extra special and an amazing bunch of guys we cycled with. A memorable holiday
Cuba is a facinting time warp experience. There is live acoustic music in every bar and on every street corner. The Spanish colonial architecture is delightful. Dancing in the moonlight on the steps of the town squrae in Trinidad was great fun. Visiting the ration shops, cigar making factory and local peoples' hoses was quite revalatory.
Many thanks for writing a review of your cycling holiday in Cuba, I'm glad to hear that you had a wonderful time on this trip. The mechanic is only meant to spend the first couple of days with the group to ensure that everyone is comfortable with their bikes and after this time the drivers (who are also trained in basic mechanics) take over. I'm sorry to hear that you had some problems with the suspension on your bike. I've passed this comment over to our bike fleet manager who will double check everything and ensure replacement parts or bikes are ordered if necessary.
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