New brochure out now - celebrating our 32nd year of adventure
Our 2019 brochure is available now. It contains an incredible 150 holidays across 49 countries. We have introduced 31 new small group holidays and seven new destinations: Costa Rica, Reunion Island, Croatia, Georgia, Romania, Bulgaria and Zimbabwe.
We are reintroducing the Cultural Cycling Tour of Bhutan now that the roadworks have been all but finished in the Kingdom, and are bringing back the Snow Lake Wilderness Trek in Pakistan – another one of my all-time favourites! There are also new adventures in Nepal, Bhutan, Italy, Morocco, Cambodia and Patagonia to name but a few.
Wherever you choose to go, we wish you very many happy trails and trust you achieve your dreams, reach your objectives, and have an absolutely fabulous time!
Explore our range of new trips by following the links below:
The Himalaya & India
Weaver’s Trail, Bhutan
Thunder Dragon Trails in Style, Bhutan
Gentle Walking Eastern Bhutan
Cultural Cycling Tour of Bhutan
Dagana Wilderness Trek, Bhutan
A Painting Tour in Nepal with Susanna Bailey
Walking & Wellness Nepal
Mohare Danda Community Lodge Trek, Nepal
Namun La, Annapurna Wilderness Trek, Nepal
Langtang & the Laurebina La, Nepal
Snow Lake Wilderness Trek, Pakistan
Stok Kangri Climb, 6,121m/20,082ft, India
Rajasthan in Style, India
Gentle Walking Kerala, India
Spice Trails of Kerala & Southern India
Africa & the Middle East
Norwegian Fjords & Arctic Discovery
Monte Rosa Rando, Italy
Gentle Walking Islands of Croatia
Gentle Walking Bulgaria
Carpathian Mountains & Transylvania Trek, Romania
Svaneti & the Transcaucasian Trail, Georgia
Request a copy of our brochure today, call us on 01453 844400 or complete our brochure request form
The audience at last night’s Wilderness Lecture in Bristol were treated to a very special evening when Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner delivered the annual ‘Ginette Harrison Memorial Lecture’.
Due to demand we are adding new departures of two of our most popular group holidays in Uzbekistan and Norway.
In 2009 a group of celebrities led by Gary Barlow climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and raised an incredible £3.5 million for Comic Relief. A decade later and the big Red Nose Climb is on again.