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Mountain Kingdoms are worldwide walking and trekking holiday experts with 30 years of experience in running trekking holidays as well as select trekking peaks, cultural tours and cycling holidays. Whether you’ve travelled with Mountain Kingdoms before or just love to travel, we’d love to hear your tales. Email us your Travellers’ tales

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Tales from adventure holidays around the globe

Walking with Dynasties’ Painted Wolves

By Mountain Kingdoms - 29th November 2018
in Africa

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Walking with Dynasties’ Painted Wolves

When our Product Manager, Jude, travelled to Zimbabwe last month to research a new walking safari for Mountain Kingdoms, she hoped she might see painted wolves but knew that they could prove elusive creatures. But Jude was in luck, not... Read more

Painted Wolves Factfile

By Mountain Kingdoms - 29th November 2018
in Africa

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Painted Wolves Factfile

Little known or understood, especially in comparison to the animal superstars of the African bush, painted wolves, or wild dogs, are finally gaining worldwide attention. No more so than this weekend when David Attenborough’s highly acclaimed new series on... Read more

Walking and Trekking with Mountain Kingdoms

By Mountain Kingdoms - 17th May 2018
in Walking and Trekking

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Walking and Trekking with Mountain Kingdoms

Holidays are very much about getting away from it all, but for many travellers the traditional sun, sea and sand break is no longer enough. More and more holidaymakers seek activity and adventure on their escape... Read more

2017 Photo of the Year Competition

By Mountain Kingdoms - 11th April 2018

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2017 Photo of the Year Competition

This year we have received a fantastic selection of images from your adventures around the world. Our five final photos perfectly reflect our range of travel experiences, from a traditional festival in Bhutan to a Polar cruise through Antarctica. It... Read more

Everest 60th Anniversary Celebrations

By Mountain Kingdoms - 22nd March 2018

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Everest 60th Anniversary Celebrations

The mighty Mount Everest is well known as the highest mountain in the world – 8,848m / 29,029ft. The 29th May 2013 marked the 60th anniversary of the first ascent of Everest. To celebrate this occasion, we have put together some interesting facts... Read more

What are the top 10 things to see in Bhutan?

By Mountain Kingdoms - 15th February 2018
in The Himalaya

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What are the top 10 things to see in Bhutan?

We’ve been taking travellers to Bhutan for 30 years on treks, tours and Tailor Made holidays, and we’ve accumulated a lot of knowledge about this enigmatic Himalayan kingdom. One of the questions we most often get asked is what... Read more

What are the top 10 things to do in Bhutan?

By Mountain Kingdoms - 15th February 2018
in The Himalaya

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What are the top 10 things to do in Bhutan?

Whether you’re planning on spending a week or a month in Bhutan you’ll not be short of things to do. It may be small, but the Thunder Dragon Kingdom, is packed with no end of possibilities whether you... Read more

Top travel destinations for 2018

By Mountain Kingdoms - 10th January 2018
in Ask an Expert

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Top travel destinations for 2018

Find inspiration within our selection of popular travel destinations for 2018.... Read more

Trekking Guide to the Everest Region

By Mountain Kingdoms - 07th January 2018
in The Himalaya

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Trekking Guide to the Everest Region

Known also as the Solo Khumbu, the towering mountains of the Everest region are unrivalled in their sheer scale and majesty.... Read more

Trekking Guide to the Annapurna Region

By Mountain Kingdoms - 07th January 2018
in The Himalaya

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Trekking Guide to the Annapurna Region

Annapurna is a Sanskrit name meaning Goddess of the Harvests which aptly reflects the beautiful, verdant valleys and fertile terraced fields of this glorious trekking region of Nepal. ... Read more