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What’s included

  • An English speaking Sri Lankan leader
  • All meals included from lunch on Day 2 to breakfast on Day 16.
  • Good standard hotel accommodation, full board, twin share basis
  • All hotel/airport transfers by private vehicles
  • Sightseeing where specified
  • Carbon offset for clients taking our flight inclusive option
  • Economy class return air fares from the UK & UK Departure Tax (flight inclusive only)
  • A free Mountain Kingdoms high quality micro fleece
  • Whale watching excursions (Nov to Apr departures)
  • Early Morning optional ascent of Adam's Peak (Nov to Apr departures)

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Gentle Walking Sri Lanka
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Suitable for people who enjoy easy-paced walks or exploring the countryside on foot.

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Grade: Gentle ? Gentle
Duration:  16 days from the UK  
Walks on: 7 days
Private Departures Available

Flight inclusive from £2,735,
Land only from £2,085

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A gentle walking holiday visiting the island’s main historical, cultural, wildlife and scenic highlights.

Highlights

  • A comprehensive tour of Sri Lanka, combining cultural highlights with gentle walking
  • Travel into the hill country by train to hilltop tea plantations
  • Take a jeep safari to look for leopards in Yala National Park
  • A relaxing beach stay at the end of your travels

Reviews          

The itinerary was fabulous and it really gave us a fantastic idea of life in Sri Lanka. Our guide was really enthusiastic and we could not fault his care of us for the whole trip. By including all meals, the cost was kept down and we were impressed that the trip went ahead, even with just two of us.
Dr & Mrs W, Cheshire

Everything was very well organised and ran smoothly. Hotels were of a very good standard throughout, as was the food. The itinerary was very comprehensive, we really felt we had a full and varied experience of life in Sri Lanka, its history, culture and way of life.
Mr & Mrs B, Surrey

I am just back from yet another superb trip with MK. We had a fabulous time. The itinerary was rich and diverse providing us with a very broad experience of a large amount of the country without feeling rushed or pressurised… A great trip all round.
Ms B, Buckinghamshire

This was an excellent trip. The itinerary was well organised and I think contained all the most interesting places in Sri Lanka. It had a combination of interesting historical temples, good walking, coastal scenery and wildlife. The hotels and meals were of a consistently high standard. Everything was well organised.
Mr R, Middlesex

The standard of food and hotels was very good throughout. The size of the group was just right. The guide, driver, and assistant were always helpful and attentive. All round good experience.
Mr & Mrs D, Shropshire

What we enjoyed about travelling with Mountain Kingdoms was being able to get feet on the ground and walking, thus seeing more of the real (non-touristy) countryside and meeting the people in their natural environment.
Mr & Mrs B, Hampshire

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From the coast our exploration begins in the cultural heartland, visiting the ancient capitals of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, and the remarkable temples in Dambulla and Kandy. We’ll also enjoy short, easy-paced walks to see life amidst the rural villages and to stand atop the impressive Lion Rock at Sigiriya. Boarding a train signals a change of scenery as we climb to the cooler air of Nuwara Eliya, where we visit tea plantations, before walking through cloud forest to reach World’s End on Horton Plains.

Descending to the coast we will see the wildlife of Uda Walawe and Yala National Parks. Yala is considered one of the world’s premier parks for seeing leopard, as well as elephants, deer, wild buffalo, crocodile and some of the 120 species of birds that live here. During the winter and in the spring we will go Blue Whale watching in the Indian Ocean.

Private Departures

Gentle Walking Sri Lanka Private Departure

We can also offer Gentle Walking Sri Lanka as a private holiday for a minimum of two people sharing. Contact the office for further details or to book your private departure.


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At a glance

Grade: Gentle
Gentle

Duration:  16 days from the UK  
Walks on: 7 days

Max. Altitude: 2,243m/7,400ft (optional ascent of Adam's Peak, Day 10)

Guaranteed to run for a minimum of 4 clients

Maximum group size: 12

Land only joining city: Colombo

Accommodation types: Hotels

Meal arrangements: All meals included from lunch on Day 2 to breakfast on Day 16.

Itinerary overview
DayActivity
1-3
Fly to Colombo. Drive to Ranweli. As well as time to relax by the pool or on the beach, you can enjoy a two hour guided walk through the mangrove swamps and on a boat trip around the lagoons. There is plenty to see here including many bird and reptile species.
4-6
Drive inland to Anauradhapura. Established in the 4th century BC, Anauradhapura was Sri Lanka’s first capital and remained so until it was abandoned in the late 10th century. It is now a World Heritage Site. Tour the Sacred City and visit the Sri Maha Bodhi Tree. Drive to Mihintale, then on to Sigiriya. Visit Polonnaruwa, the ruined 12th century capital of Sri Lanka, including a 14 ft reclining Buddha.
7-8
Climb Sigiriya Rock and visit Dambulla caves. Drive to Kandy. Afternoon free for souvenir shopping and sightseeing. Early evening visit to the Temple of the Tooth.
9-10
Train to Nanu Oya, visit tea plantation. Optional ascent of the pilgrimage site, Adam's Peak (2,243m/7,400ft) to watch the sun rise. Drive to Horton Plains and walk to Baker’s Falls and World's End.
11
Drive to Uda Walawe.Jeep Safari through the park. Drive to Tissamharama.
12
Morning and afternoon game drives at Yala National Park.Yala is considered one of the world’s premier parks for seeing leopard, as well as elephants, deer, wild buffalo, crocodile and some of the 120 species of birds that live here.
13-14
Drive to Hikkaduwa and visit Galle, a fortified Portuguese/Dutch port, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Whale watching boat trip (Nov-Apr departures). Relax by the pool or on the beach.
15-16
Drive to Colombo. Fly back to the UK.
Leader: Local leader, Sri Lanka
Local leader, Sri Lanka

Your Sri Lankan guide will have an in-depth knowledge about the culture, history, flora and fauna of this beautiful island which they will be very happy to share with you.  By nature they will extend a warm welcome to their country and they will also speak good English.


  1. Day 1 - DEPART UK

    Depart London by overnight flight for Colombo.

    Overnight iconOvernight: In flight
  2. Day 2 - ARRIVE COLOMBO, DRIVE TO RANWELI 30-45 minute drive

    You will arrive in Colombo and be met on arrival for the short drive north to Waikkal. Just outside the village, and set between the sea, a lagoon and 2 rivers, lies the unique Ranweli Hotel. The final part of your journey to the hotel will by passenger ferry.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Ranweli Hotel Or Similar, Waikkal
  3. Day 3 - RANWELI RELAXATION & NATURE WALK 2 hours walk
    gentle walking sri lanka ranweli sunset smb.

    Today will be taken at a leisurely pace, after your long haul flight. As well as time to relax by the pool, or on the beach, you can enjoy a two hour guided walk through the mangrove swamps and on a boat trip around the lagoons. There is plenty to see here; the area is home to 130 species of birds some of which you may be able to spot and 9 species of amphibians, not to mention the Water Monitor Lizard. This evening you may also be lucky enough to see a spectacular sunset.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Ranweli Hotel, Waikkal
  4. Day 4 - DRIVE TO ANAURADHAPURA (3 hours' drive), SIGHTSEEING TOUR

    This morning your travels around Buddha's island begin in earnest as you drive inland to Anauradhapura. Whilst the distances covered on road journeys in Sri Lanka are relatively short, road conditions mean journey times are often much longer than western visitors anticipate. Today it's likely to take around 3 hours to cover the 200km/125miles to reach Anauradhapura, with stops for lunch and refreshments along the way.

    Established in the 4th Century BC, Anauradhapura was Sri Lanka's first capital and remained so for many hundreds of years. After a turbulent later history, the city was largely abandoned in the late 10th Century and over subsequent years its palaces and monasteries were reclaimed by thick jungle. Now a World Heritage Site, Anauradhapura once again enjoys both historic and religious status. The location of the city was originally determined by the planting of a cutting from the 'tree of enlightenment' (the famous fig tree of Buddha) and today the area is a major attraction for visiting Buddhists. This afternoon you will visit the principal sights including the Sacred City and of course the Sri Maha Bodhi Tree.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Palm Garden Village, Or Similar
  5. Day 5 - WALKS & VISITS TO MIHINTALE, KALA WEWA RESERVOIR & AUKANA. DRIVE TO SIGIRIYA approx. 2 hours' drive

    Just a few minutes' drive from Anauradhapura is the sacred mountain of Mihintale. It was here in 247 BC that Buddhism was first introduced to Sri Lanka - King Devanampiya Tissa was converted to the faith by the visiting son of the Indian Buddhist emperor Ashoka. This morning you'll take a walk to see some of the temples and shrines that adorn the slopes of the mountain. The summit is reached by a climb of around 1,840 stone steps and offers great views of the surrounding countryside.

    Returning to your vehicle you now drive to Kala Wewa Reservoir. Such reservoirs or 'tanks' as they are known locally, are a common feature of the landscape in this part of the island. Although used as domestic water source by local villages, their primary function was originally to store water for irrigating the surrounding fields. Alighting at the dam, you take a walk to visit the giant 12m/40ft Aukana Buddha statue, carved out of a rock face in the 5th Century. Your day ends with a couple of hours driving to reach your base for the next two nights in Sigiriya.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Aliya Resort & Spa Or Similar, Sigiriya
  6. Day 6 - VISIT ANCIENT CITY OF POLONNARUWA. COUNTRYSIDE WALK 2-3 hours
    gentle walking sri lanka polonaruwa smb.

    Polonnaruwa is the ruined 12th century capital of Sri Lanka, and beautifully set on the man-made Parakramabahu Samudra. Before visiting the ruins, you will visit the modern museum which gives an excellent insight into the history of the old city. The highpoint for many visitors to Polonnaruwa is the Gal Vihara (Stone Shrine). Four Buddha statues have been carved from the same huge slab of rock and originally were part of a monastery complex. The reclining Buddha is 14 metres long and supremely ethereal. It is one of the most famous sights in Sri Lanka. After lunch your leader will take you on a gentle countryside walk, a great opportunity to observe day to day life in rural Sri Lanka. The predominant activity here is Chaina cultivation (slash & burn farming). This involves villagers cutting and then burning patches of jungle to create clearings for short-term cultivation of crops, such as rice and vegetables. Water is a precious resource here so farming operations are kept small scale with farmers typically only working two or three small plots at any one time. On your walk you will doubtless see numerous wooden tree-houses where villagers take it in turns to stay at night keeping watch over their crops, lest they fall prey to wild elephants or other animals.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Aliya Resort & Spa Or Similar, Sigiriya
  7. Day 7 - MORNING WALK AT SIGIRIYA 2½-3 hours, AFTERNOON VISIT DAMBULLA CAVES, DRIVE TO KANDY 1-1½ hours' drive
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    The citadel at Sigiriya rose to importance in the 5th Century AD when Prince Kassapa murdered his father, the King and built a castle on top of Sigiriya Rock in anticipation of the backlash against him. 500 years later the site was abandoned, and was largely forgotten until rediscovery by the British in 1828. The rock is a World Heritage site and is much visited by tourists. It is worth arriving at the site early to walk through the peaceful water gardens to the start of the climb up the main rock. The walkway up the rock is astonishing and the rock is covered in notches and grooves cut for alternative routes to the top. From the summit the jungle extends seemingly endlessly in all directions.

    This afternoon you will visit Dambulla, famous for its remarkable cave temples. The caves are a steep 15 minute climb up from the road and are naturally cut out of a huge granite outcrop. It is thought that the caves may have been inhabited from prehistoric times, and now the five caves are full of beautiful statues and carvings. The rock offers magnificent views of the surrounding countryside across the plains.

    You now drive to Kandy, the last bastion of independent Sri Lanka before falling to the British in the 19th century. The city has distinctive Sinhalese culture and architecture.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hotel Topaz, Kandy
  8. Day 8 - THREE TEMPLES WALK approx. 3-4 hours. EVENING VISIT TO TEMPLE OF THE TOOTH

    This morning you will visit the Embekke Devale, Lankatilake and Galadeniya Temples. Founded in the 14th Century and set in three small villages in the hills just outside Kandy, you will walk between the three temples which are a fascinating combination of Buddhist and Hindu architecture.

    On returning to the city, and time permitting, you could make an optional visit to the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens. Covering 150 acres, they are the largest and best kept gardens in Sri Lanka with over 10,000 trees, an orchard house and spice gardens. The visit to the garden is an excellent introduction to many of the trees and plants that you will see in the wild.

    The afternoon is free to do your own sightseeing or shopping before an early evening visit to the Temple of the Tooth. Said to have been brought to Sri Lanka over 2,000 years ago in the hair of a Princess, the tooth relic is the island's most important Buddhist relic.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hotel Topaz, Kandy
  9. Day 9 - TRAIN TO NANU OYA approx. 4 hours, DRIVE TO NURWARA ELIYA 1 hour drive, WALK & TEA PLANTATION VISIT

    This morning you will catch the train from Kandy to make the journey to reach Nanu Oya and the surrounding hill country. Dating back to the mid-19th Century, Sri Lanka's railway network is another legacy of the British Colonial era. Whilst sometimes journeys can be even slower than by road, a train journey is definitely an atmospheric and enjoyable way to travel, especially through the hill country passing lush forest, waterfalls and manicured plantations.

    After arriving by train at Nanu Oya, you travel by road for around one hour to reach Nuwara Eliya, your overnight stop. Here, you spend the remainder of the day enjoying a countryside walk and making a visit to one of the areas many tea plantations. From the time tea was first brought to the island in the 19th Century, after the pre-existing coffee plantations were decimated by a coffee-fungus, the tea industry in Sri Lanka has developed at an incredible rate. Initially exporting mainly to British markets today more than 70% is grown for sale to Russia, the Middle East, and North Africa. During a tea plantation visit you will learn a little about the growing and harvesting techniques as well as perhaps having the chance to see first-hand the production process from bush to cup.

    If you opt to do the sunrise walk up Adam's Peak tomorrow you will leave the hotel in the late evening and drive for approx. 1 & 1/2 hours to the base of the mountain to begin your walk in the early hours (see Day 10 below).


    Overnight iconOvernight: Hotel Black Pool Or Similar, Nuwara Eliya
  10. Day 10 - OPTIONAL ASCENT OF ADAM'S PEAK OR DRIVE TO HORTON PLAINS. WALK TO BAKER’S FALLS & WORLD'S END 5 hours walking
    gentle walking sri lanka worlds end horton plains.

    OPTIONAL ASCENT OF ADAM'S PEAK (departures between November and April only). Please see Special Notes on Page 4.

    For those that wish, there is the option to make an early hours' ascent of Adam's Peak (2,243m/7,400ft) to watch the sun rise. Although not quite the island's highest point, Adam's Peak is its most famous and held sacred by Buddhists, Hindus and Muslims alike. Atop the peak, now covered by a shrine, is reported to be the footprint in the rock which, depending upon your faith is believed to be that of Buddha, Adam or Shiva.

    The peak is a major pilgrimage site and in the season many hundreds of people climb through the night to watch sunrise from the summit. Setting out from the base of the mountain at Dalhousie at around 2-2.30am, it takes between 2½-4 hours to cover the 7km/4½ miles and 5,200 stone steps, to reach the summit. Along the way you will pass a multitude of refreshment and souvenir stalls and the occasional rest area, all amongst the hubbub of monks, pilgrims and entire families making the climb. Watching the sunrise, and feeling its warming rays as they reach you, is certainly a memorable reward for one of the more unusual mountain walks you are likely to make.

    Having walked back down the mountain you then make the return drive to the hotel. The rest of the day is yours to rest and relax.

    If you are not opting for Adam's Peak then the day's programme is:

    VISIT HORTON PLAINS, WALK TO BAKER'S FALLS AND WORLD'S END:

    Today you will enjoy a circular walk that encompasses the main views and incredibly rich biodiversity of Horton Plains National Park area of mountain moorland and cloud forest.

    From the park visitor centre a broad track leads you onto the plains and via locations with such evocative names as 'Chimney Pool' or 'Leg of the Mutton pool' to reach Baker's Falls. Although not especially high at 20m/65ft Baker's Falls are a picture postcard spot, where the rushing waters of the Belihul River plunge into a gorge filled with rhododendrons. You can view the falls first from an observation deck and then after a short climb down, from their base. Your next viewpoint will be the dramatically named World's End, where the plateau drops away in a vertical drop of some 1,000m/3,300ft to the plains below.

    The paths around the plains vary from broad tracks to narrow dirt paths but the walking is gentle throughout, with negligible ascent and descent. Your leader will doubtless have his favourite route to follow, but altogether you can expect to be out walking today for around 5 hours, covering 5-7 miles.


    Overnight iconOvernight: Hotel Black Pool Or Similar, Nuwara Eliya
  11. Day 11 - DRIVE TO UDA WALAWE 2½-3 hours. JEEP SAFARI DRIVE TO TISSAMHARAMA 30-45mins

    You will leave the hill country today and make the scenic journey south towards the coast. From Nurwara Eliya the road descends first to Ella Gap, a prominent viewpoint over the valley that leads to the coast. There's a rest-house here which makes for a good refreshment stop whilst taking in the view. Driving on you'll arrive at Uda Walawe National Park, where you will have a Jeep Safari through the park. You are now in the Dry Zone, a lowland area of evergreen forests which in contrast to the ubiquitous rain forest, is one the few dry forest areas in the whole Indo-Pacific region. Combined with the surrounding areas of thorny scrubland this environment supports a healthy population of elephants and over 70 other species of mammal. After lunch you continue on to reach your overnight hotel in Tissamharama.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Chandrika Hotel Or Similar, Tissamaharama
  12. Day 12 - GAME DRIVES IN YALA
    gentle walking sri lanka elephant yala national park game drive smb.

    Yala National Park is perhaps Sri Lanka's best-known spot for wildlife viewing. Covering around 130,000 hectares it covers a wide range of vegetation zones including monsoon forest, grassland, fresh water & marine wetlands, and sandy beaches. These habitats support an equally diverse range of flora and fauna and on your morning and afternoon safari drives here you may be able to see elephants, deer, wild buffalo, crocodile and some of the more than 120 species of birds including, Lesser Flamingos and Paradise Flycatchers. Today Yala is considered one of the world's premier parks for seeing leopard, as these normally elusive cats have grown quite accustomed to the safari jeeps that criss-cross the park. On an early morning or early evening drive you therefore have quite a good chance of spotting a leopard on the dirt trails or sitting atop a rocky outcrop.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Chandrika Hotel Or Similar, Tissamaharama
  13. Day 13 - DRIVE TO HIKKADUWA 2 hours' drive. WALKING TOUR OF GALLE IN AFTERNOON

    A further contrast in scenery lies ahead today as you make the short drive to reach the coast south of Tissamaharama. Upon reaching the main coast road you'll then follow the shoreline westward via Hambantota, Tangalle and Matara to reach Hikkaduwa Bay.

    After checking in to your hotel and lunch you will make an afternoon visit to the nearby town of Galle. This fortified Portuguese/Dutch port is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walking along the walled ramparts and through the narrow streets, makes for a really pleasant afternoon. Galle is a popular spot for visiting tourists and you will doubtless be able to pick up some nice souvenirs or presents to take home

    Overnight iconOvernight: Calamander Unawatuna Beach Resort Or Similar
  14. Day 14 - DAY AT LEISURE. MORNING WHALE WATCHING (November to April departures only)

    In recent years Sri Lanka has developed a reputation as one of the best places in the world to view both blue whales and sperm whales. The prime spots are offshore from Dondra Head or Mirissa, both of which are just a short drive from Unawatuna. Early morning is considered the optimum time for sightings, so it will be an early start today in time to join one of the whale watching boats departing Mirissa at around 6:30am.

    Sri Lankan coastal waters are very rich in nutrients and therefore sea life, as a result of the heavy inflow of river waters during the monsoon rains. With the waters off Dondra Head being particularly deep and lying on the migratory path of the whales, conditions are ideal for whale watching. As well as the giant blue whale and sperm whales, dolphins are also commonly seen. Returning to shore in time for lunch, the rest of the day is now yours to relax in the comfort of your hotel, by the pool or on the beach.

    On May to October departures the whole day will be at leisure.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Calamander Unawatuna Beach Resort Or Similar
  15. Day 15 - DRIVE TO COLOMBO, 1½-2 hours' drive, REMAINDER OF DAY AT LEISURE

    This morning you will drive to Colombo and transfer to you hotel. The rest of the day will be at your leisure.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Galle Face Regency Or Similar, Colombo
  16. Day 16 - DRIVE TO COLOMBO AIRPORT, FLY TO UK

    This morning you will be transferred the short distance to the airport for your flight back to the UK.

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2017

DatesAvailabilityLand OnlyFlight Inclusive from
Sat 4 Nov - Sun 19 Nov 2017! Available

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Reduced by £160
£2135 Book£2735 Book
Sat 16 Dec - Sun 31 Dec 2017! Available

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Reduced by £65
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2018

DatesAvailabilityLand OnlyFlight Inclusive from
Sat 10 Feb - Sun 25 Feb 2018Available£2085 Book£2860 Book
Sat 4 Aug - Sun 19 Aug 2018Available£2085 Book£3035 Book
Sat 3 Nov - Sun 18 Nov 2018Available£2085 BookContact us
Sat 15 Dec - Sun 30 Dec 2018Available£2235 BookContact us

2019

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Sat 9 Feb - Sun 24 Feb 2019Available£2095 BookContact us

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What’s included

  • An English speaking Sri Lankan leader
  • All meals included from lunch on Day 2 to breakfast on Day 16.
  • Good standard hotel accommodation, full board, twin share basis
  • All hotel/airport transfers by private vehicles
  • Sightseeing where specified
  • Carbon offset for clients taking our flight inclusive option
  • Economy class return air fares from the UK & UK Departure Tax (flight inclusive only)
  • A free Mountain Kingdoms high quality micro fleece
  • Whale watching excursions (Nov to Apr departures)
  • Early Morning optional ascent of Adam's Peak (Nov to Apr departures)

What’s not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Visa fees
  • Sri Lankan airport departure taxes
  • Tips


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Reviews

Read holiday reviews by Mountain Kingdoms travellers.

Overall score:           (Based on 8 reviews)

Gentle Walking Sri Lanka          

From beginning to end the trip was well organised. The content was varied and interesting and we were escorted by an excellent guide who went to great lengths to ensure that we all had a good experience.

Well-organised trip to Sri Lanka          

A well-organised trip to a country rich in scenery, culture, and history. Good food, warm and welcoming people, and a relaxed approach to life.

Gentle Walking Sri Lanka          

What we enjoyed about travelling with Mountain Kingdoms was being able to get feet on the ground and walking, thus seeing more of the real (non-touristy) countryside and meeting the people in their natural environment.

Excellent trip          

This was an excellent trip. The itinerary was well organised and I think contained all the most interesting places in Sri Lanka. It had a combination of interesting historical temples, good walking, coastal scenery and wildlife. The hotels and meals were of a consistently high standard. Everything was well organised.

Attentive crew          

The standard of food and hotels was very good throughout. The size of the group was just right. The guide, driver, and assistant were always helpful and attentive. All round good experience.


Extend your holiday

There are many ways you can extend your holiday with Mountain Kingdoms: book extra hotel nights, relax at a beautiful beach resort, take a warm-up trek, arrange a personal sightseeing tour or enjoy specialist activities such as rafting, birdwatching or a safari.

We're happy to suggest ideas, provide quotes and make all the arrangements. We can also assist with flight and hotel upgrades. Just call us on +44 (0)1453 844400 or email info@mountainkingdoms.com and we will be pleased to help.

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