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Holiday News and Offers

Here's where you'll find the most up-to-date information about what's happening at Mountain Kingdoms. Check below for details of any upcoming events we are holding, any special offers we are running, any news we've got to share and any holidays that have spaces and are due to run in the next few weeks. You can also sign up to receive our monthly e-newsletter.

Bank Holiday Bonanza - Plan your 2023 adventures

Bank Holiday Bonanza - Plan your 2023 adventures

There's a Bank Holiday bonanza in 2023! To make the most of those precious extra days off work, take a look at our latest enews which shows you where you could travel over each of the UK holiday dates this year. From Africa to Antarctica - there's no end of exciting options.

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See our latest enews for some Springspiration

See our latest enews for some Springspiration

If you'd love to take a holiday early in the new year, but need some springspiration, then take a look at our latest enews. From active cruises to cultural tours, high mountain treks to wildlife walks, we've got loads of great ideas for a spring getaway.

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Mountain Kingdoms clients return to Bhutan

Mountain Kingdoms clients return to Bhutan

Bhutan is back open after two long years, and Ian and Lizzy were amongst our first clients to return. They were doing the Druk Path Trek and here’s what they had to say about their time in Bhutan.

"Amazing scenery and sights with the most hospitable people you’re ever likely to meet. Our guide was superb and all the camp crew were great. The Druk Path trek may be a short trek but the altitude makes it more challenging as most of it is over 3500m, we were well looked after and the food was amazing in camp."

October enews - Dream destinations

October enews - Dream destinations

Our latest enews celebrates the full return of three of our most enchanting destinations - Bhutan, Japan and Canada, highlighting what makes each of them such a dream to visit. There's also news on how to enter our free prize draw with the chance to win £500.

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Latest enews - autumn & winter getaways

Latest enews - autumn & winter getaways

We may currently be basking in summer sunshine, but autumn is just around the corner. Our latest enews brings you a cherry picked selection of autumn and winter adventures, plus an update on the recent announcements from the government in Bhutan.

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May enews - Classic trekker or mountain maverick?

May enews - Classic trekker or mountain maverick?

In our May enews we're asking - are you a classic trekker or mountain maverick? Do you prefer to tick off those well-known routes in Nepal like Everest Base Camp or Annapurna Sanctuary, or do you prefer a more pioneering trail such as a trek in the Ganesh Himal or to Dhaulagiri Sanctuary? We take a look at the alternatives for you.

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April enews - Summer Trails

April enews - Summer Trails

This month's enews takes a look at some of our favourite summertime walking and trekking holidays from easy-paced wanders in the Med and the Americas, to tough treks in the remote mountain ranges of Asia and trekking peak challenges in the Alps, Africa and Nepal. Whatever your limits - we've got the summer holiday for you.

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March enews - A walk in the park

March enews -  A walk in the park

Take a walk in the park in this month's enews as we take you on a tour of some of the great national parks that we visit on our walking and trekking holidays in India and the Americas. Plus we look at our favourite walking boots in our new Kit Corner feature and highlight some guaranteed spring holidays.

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February enews - Test-free travel

February enews - Test-free travel

Want to know which holidays are test-free for UK travellers? Find out in our February enewsletter, along with the latest on the destinations which have recently reopened, a Moroccan holiday round-up, the low down on our new Trans Bhutan Trail trek and the superb overall winner of our 2021 photo competition.

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New Trek: Trans Bhutan Trail - Western Highlights

New Trek: Trans Bhutan Trail - Western Highlights

We are delighted to have launched a brand new trekking holiday which features the best sections of the Trans Bhutan Trail in the west of Bhutan, together with the key cultural sights of the Thunder Dragon Kingdom.

The Trans Bhutan Trail has been created over the last four years re-establishing a centuries old footpath that was once the only highway linking the villages, fortresses and sacred sites of Bhutan. Having fallen into disuse with the emergence of a modern highway, the Bhutan Canada Foundation, working together with the Bhutanese people, have rebuilt bridges, cleared paths and built thousands of steps, resulting in the 250 miles long Trans Bhutan Trail.

We've carefully selected the sections of the trail in the more accessible west of the country that avoid the steepest most challenging climbs yet still offer good walking through traditional, scenic landscapes with lots of cultural interest. Accommodation is a mix of hotels and camping and there's even a festival included on our autumn departure.

See Trans Bhutan Trail - Western Highlights for full trip information including dates, prices and a detailed itinerary.


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