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Number of Reviews: 8898 Overall score: *****
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING: RAMSAU

4
Excellent hotel and resort, despite the fact that the snow was melting quickly.  This is a great resort for a little earlier in the season when the snow is more assured.  I also think that you have great potential for sommer walking programmes.  Again, I stress that the hotel is an excellent place to stay.
Kilimanjaro Rongai route, Tanzania
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Kilimanjaro Climb Rongai Route

KILIMANJARO CLIMB - RONGAI ROUTE

5
An absolutely amazing experience that I would not have missed for the world, and which I would recommend to anyone.  Also the hardest thing I have ever done - a view shared by all the rest of the group, including 3 marathon runners.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

CYCLE INDOCHINA & ANGKOR

4
Not a classic scenic holiday, often passing through mundane rural areas in Thailand and Cambodia rather than through eye candy landscape, but an excellent introduction  to the mood and pulse of these hardworking people.   The Vietnam segment, in the Mekong Delta, was more lush, varied and picturesque, offering a contrast.  In all countries, riding a bike makes you a participant in the daily life of the land, much more welcomed by the residents than a bus tourist, whom they may see as staring down from behind an antisceptic barrier with arrogance, disapproval or even disgust.  PS, the Thai and Khmer countryside might look very different in other than the dry season we experienced.   
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The Treasury, Jordan
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
A Week in Jordan

A WEEK IN JORDAN

4
A fabulous trip... love Petra and Wadi Rum most, and met a lot of friends. The trip is well organized and the recommended restaurant is really good. 
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Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Antarctic Circle Quest (Akademik Sergey Vavilov - One Ocean) Twin Semi-Private Cabin

ANTARCTIC CIRCLE QUEST

2
This was an expedition that promised much but delivered rather less, though I would have given it 3 stars out of 5 if there had been no description of the categories. We weren't told in advance that our Photographic and Whale Special had been amalgamated with another trip because of insufficient bookings, and this really diluted its value, particularly as the expedition leader was from the non-photographic trip and did not appear particularly sympathetic to the needs of photographers. The quality of the catering was poor compared with previous trips: contracting out the catering to the lowest tender was not sensible and will not encourage repeat bookings.
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Walkers enjoying the Galapagos landscape, Ecuador
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Galapagos, In Darwin's Footsteps

GALAPAGOS: IN DARWIN'S FOOTSTEPS

5
If you CAN do this trip.....DO IT!  It was everything it promised to be....and more!There was a lot of time for snorkelling.....MOST enjoyable! March is a wonderful month to go if you enjoy the sun....although it is the rainy season we had very little rain and PLENTY of sun! A very FULL-ON holiday....NOT a chill-out one....so, if you want to put your feet up, don't chose this trip!.....but, why would you want to put your feet up when there is SO much to see and experience?!
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Druik path, Bhutan
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written
Bhutan: Land of the Thunder Dragon

BHUTAN: LAND OF THE THUNDER DRAGON

3
I think you may need to rethink the categorisation of the trek. You say that it is nowhere difficult but we had a member of the trip who found it very difficult. There were 17 participants on this trip so we were very spread out at times with one guide tied up very far behind. In this circumstance I think another guide should have been provided.
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