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Number of Reviews: 9300 Overall score: *****
Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

14 days in Indochina, and a bit more

5
A small, eclectic group of people, who enjoyed each other's company, and shared some wonderful experiences on a cycle through 3 countries. The cycling days were long, fast and flat. Very enjoyable, on well maintained bikes. Safety was taken care of by a very attentive team, shepherding us through busy, but generally slow, and forgiving traffic in towns. Outside the towns, the roads were empty, and well maintained. The sightseeing was well organised, with commentary by well informed local guides.
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Trulli of Alberobello, Italy
***** Written
Walking in Puglia & Basilicata

WALKING IN PUGLIA AND BASILICATA

4
Walks are quite long and it was 30c plus in June but varied and interesting. Every effort was made for us to experience local dishes and wine. Our guide provided quite elegant picnics and was very attentive in restaurants making sure we had everything we wanted.
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Elephants in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
***** Written
Classic Tanzania Safari - Lodge departure

Classic Tanzania Safari lodge departure

5
I've just returned from this most amazing trip...staying in tents and lodges in the most wonderful settings..Our group set off for the safari and Alex our guide asked each one of us what we wanted to see...I didn't know what to expect so I just said everything!!!! Every day Alex would say we will see everything and we did, truly a holiday of a lifetime... I extended the trip with 5 days in Zanzibar....this is a must ...Staying at Fumba Lodge it's "paradise" .
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Kilimanjaro; the Rongai route, Tanzania
***** Written
Kilimanjaro: Rongai Route & Safari

Up the Rongai!

5
This was a superbly planned and executed trip to the roof of Africa that left no stone unturned. The African Walking Company and Karibu Safaris were both excellent. The trek started in the foothills at a surprisingly slow pace but it soon becomes obvious that this is deliberately so your body has adequate time to acclimatise to the gradually increasing altitude. It also gives plenty of time to take in the beautiful African scenery and sounds. The Rongai route is somewhat quieter than others and gives time to acclimatise and take in such wonderful camping spots as Kikilelwa and Mawenzi Tarn. Using a different route down Kili allowed us to experience all the different vegetation zones the mountain has to offer. The food on the mountain was incredible. I did not expect to be served french fries at 4700m altitude. Omelettes, french toast, porridge, pancakes, fresh fruit, salad, spaghetti, ginger tea are just some of the delights and it never seemed to run out. Safety was also very good. The guides constantly checked that all was OK and knew exactly what to do as soon as anything was out of line. And the smiles!
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Making local friends, Trinidad, Cuba
***** Written
Cuba: La Isla Grande

Cuba: Isla Grande

5
This holiday is an in-depth look at Cuba: its principal cities, its landscapes and its fascinating history and culture. The hotels were better than I had expected, with several nights in 4-star accommodation. Quite a few meals were included and those at privately-owned restaurants were very good,. Meals are not particuularly cheap in tourist restaurants.
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Tallinn, Estonia
***** Written
Discover the Baltics

Mrs

4
A very interesting holiday seeing the 3 Baltic states and learning about their history and seeing towns and countryside. We also sampled local cuisine.
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Chiesa della Salute, Venice, Italy
***** Written
Highlights of Italy

An excellent way to get a taste of Italy

4
What a fantastic way to see some of the highlights of Italy! The accommodation was more than adequate throughout the trip, particularly surprising were the size of the rooms in the hotels we stayed in while in the main cities as i had expected little more than a shoe box, I was surprised to see another reviewer liken them to hostels as that was not my perception at all. The food was absolutely wonderful everywhere that we went and not nearly as expensive as I had imagined, mainly i think because our guide cleverly took us to places off the main squares/streets and advised us to order at the bar as it is cheaper than waiter service. Like any city break style holiday there was a lot of walking involved and the limited time in each major city meant we covered a lot of ground in a short space of time, because of this i would say this is a reasonably fast paced tour unless you just want to sit in a cafe and watch the world go by. The Cinque Terre walk was beautiful but fairly demanding due to the easier coastal paths having been closed for a number of years due to unsafe ground, however there is also a train which runs between each village that was very simple to navigate and included in your entrance ticket. My least enjoyable days were in Naples at the end of the tour. It was the one place where I didn't feel particularly safe and it is quite a grubby city. Definitely watch out for the pickpockets there!
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Climbers on Mont Blanc, France
***** Written
Mont Blanc Ascent

Mont Blanc Ascent

4
Great trip with a great team. Tough but we all made it. I would definitely recommend it but don't underestimate the challenge and the altitude .
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Albania
***** Written
Cycling in Albania

Cycle Albania

5
A quite outstanding trip that packed so much into a week. The route combines sleepy agricultural areas, grand mountains and spectacular coastline. Varied scenery combined with some excellent places to stop overnight and a couple of interesting sightseeing stops to enjoy aspects of Albania's history in Gjirokaster and Butrint. Inexpensive. Some demanding cycling on excellent bikes.
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