On our adventures, we offer twin-shared rooms with you and a traveller in your group of the same gender. But if you’d like the flexibility to book your own private room for the duration of your trip, you can choose to add a single supplement to your booking over the phone or online on the majority of our trips, for a small added charge.
Our small guided-group tours are all led by experienced local experts and normally have around 8-16 people in one group. We pride ourselves on having an interest-packed set itinerary that’s been fine-tuned to showcase the best highlights and hidden gems your destination has to offer.
We also like to encourage an inclusive atmosphere with our guided-group adventures, so most days are spent taking part in daily activities with your group. When it comes to mealtimes, check your trip notes to see what breakfasts, lunches and dinners are included in our itineraries. On some evenings, your guide will accompany you to dinner and help you choose which regional specialities to try. However, we also like to include some downtime and free days on our trips, where you have the freedom to explore as you like and heed the guidance of our local expert, who will give great suggestions of where to eat, the best museums and local art galleries to visit or help you organise optional activities like kayaking, ziplining and more.
We’re lucky to have travellers joining us from all over the world, with many coming from the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, in a wide range of ages. And what’s more, is that over 50% of our customers choose to travel solo with us so we rarely have a group that only has one solo traveller – most comprise a good mix of solos, couples, and friends travelling together. Prior to your trip beginning, you’ll also be invited to join our “Departure Lounge” by email, where you can post a message, start a discussion with other travellers, ask questions and share travel tips. This is a great way to get to know your group before you head off on your adventure.
You may be surprised but travelling on a guided-group tour can be more cost-effective than travelling solo on your own, as you have the opportunity to split the cost of some optional activities with the group as you go. The majority of transfers, included meals and organised activities are also covered in your booking costs too, which can all add up if you’re travelling alone, especially if you’re looking to travel in remote locations.