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Number of Reviews: 12727 Overall score: *****
Temples in Bagan, Myanmar
***** Written
Discover Myanmar (Burma)

Discover Myanmar

4
This tour provided a wonderful overview of Myanmar - citylife; temples; countryside; friendly, welcoming people and generally, delicious food. In order for this to happen, there were many early morning starts and long days - an 8.00 am start was considered a luxury! The transportation and connections were excellent, including the internal flights. Overall, the hotels were better than expected. The tour has left us with a desire to explore Mayanmar further.
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Temples in Bagan, Myanmar
***** Written
Discover Myanmar (Burma)

Fabulous Myanmar

4
This is a full on trip around Myanmar. Be prepared for some very early morning starts and little or no down time,but it's worth it as Myanmar has a lot to offer. The country is full of surprises from the beautiful Inle Lake with the fantastic boat rides around the various villages, to the areas around Kalaw with stunning scenery. The temperature can drop considerably in the Kalaw region so take something warm, but what a fab heated pool to counteract the change in temperature; if you are lucky enough to stay in the Pine Hill Resort. Here we went on a fantastic walk with 2 local guides, and spent time with the local villagers eating a scrumptious lunch. I found I didn't spend as much money as specified in the trip notes. Take dollars as pounds are hard to change,make sure they are pristeen but initially change up $200 and see how you go.
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Feluccas sailing on the Nile
***** Written
Nile Cruise - Premium

Nile Cruise -AENA

4
I had previously booked a very similar trip in 2011, which had been cancelled due to political instability, so I was delighted when I saw this trip which included all the places I had wanted to visit at a very reasonable price! Although the activity level ranked this trip leisurely due to the limited time and so much to see and do - it was very busy. In fact an extra day in Cairo may have made it a little less rushed and given more opportunity to include some more of the optional activities and spend longer at the pyramids and Cairo museum.
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Che Guevara Mausoleum, Santa Clara
***** Written
Cuba: La Isla Grande

La Isla Grande (AUB)

4
A two-week, whistlestop tour of the island from top to bottom and back. Interesting, exciting, and enjoyable... but with a lot of time spent on the bus.
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***** Written
Sicilian Volcanoes

Fabulous opportunity to visit a string of volcanoes

4
This trip takes you island hopping to experience the best of the volcanic activity in Sicily and the Aeolian Islands. There are opportunities to walk round craters, bathe in warm mud, dig your hands through warm sand and, most spectacularly, to watch the firework display that Stromboli puts on after sunset every evening. The hotels are comfortable and welcoming, and the sea view from our bedroom balcony in Lipari was fabulous.
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Tiger
***** Written
Land of the Tiger

Land of the Tiger

5
An excellent trip which I would recommend. Don't guarantee seeing Tigers however. We had done 9 safaris in both Pench and Kahna and hadn't seen a Tiger although we saw a Sloth Bear in Kahna, which is supposed to be rarer than Tigers. The group of four in our jeep were beginning to think we would never see one. Vijay our tour guide kept saying we would. So off we went in Bandhavgarh and believe it or not on our first Safari we saw 11 different Tigers. Out of the six Safaris there was only one afternoon when we didn't see one and overall we had well over 20 sightings. Absolutely brilliant. The trip by Train from Katni to Agra was much better than I expected. Katni station was manic with people, cows on the lines and a dog. What an experience, loved it. It was good to see the Taj Mahal again but would have been better if we had had gone at sunset rather than in the afternoon heat. There was a little scaffolding up but it didn't distract. However I wasn't blown away by my visit this time as i was 19yrs ago.
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***** Written
Ancient & Modern Japan

Cherry Blossom and so much more in Japan

5
We had high expectations for our visit to Japan for the Hanami (cherry blossom viewing) season and they were exceeded. Not only did we get to see the beautiful blossom but also the old Japanese streets of Kyoto, dancing Geisha, the spring fair in Takayama, snow monkeys bathing and so much more. We got to stay in a traditional ryokan with great dining which was a great Japanese experience. Over and above the standard tour, our group leader also arranged on our free days to see Mount Fuji (wonderful view from Lake Ashi) and the sumo wrestlers training. We've been back a week and still processing all the wonderful experiences.
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