Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner at Wilderness Lectures in Bristol
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’.
New Departures – Silk Road to Samarkand and Mountains of Lofoten, Norway
Due to demand we are adding new departures of two of our most popular group holidays in Uzbekistan and Norway.
A fascinating evening with Sir Chris Bonnington
Mountaineering legend, Chris Bonnington, appeared in front of a packed audience in Bristol last night as one of this year’s star Wilderness Lecture speakers.
Return to Kilimanjaro – the Big Red Nose Climb 2019
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.
Good news from Kerala after the devastating floods
Here at Mountain Kingdoms, we were all very concerned to see the havoc that the floods wrought in Kerala in August last year. We were keen to find a small grassroots charity that would be able to actively assist those affected, and were pleased to be able to donate funds to Kerala Partnership (KP) who were already on the ground and ready to help.
Sue Lawty’s adventures in wild Zanskar at the Destinations Travel Show
Last year Sue Lawty successfully led our Wild Zanskar trek in this remote and fabled region of the Indian Himalaya. Accomplished artist, as well as experienced trek leader and adventurer, Sue will be presenting tales and images from her experiences in Zanskar at the Destinations Travel Show in London at the end of the month.
December e-newsletter - New adventures in southeast Asia, Sri Lanka & India
New holidays in southeast Asia, Sri Lanka & India * New 2019/20 brochure now available * Request your brochure * Tailor Made Travel
Read our December e-newsletter here for a round up of all of our recent news and offers. If you'd like to receive our new e-newsletter, sign up here.
David Attenborough, Dynasties, and the Painted Wolves of Mana Pools
The most recent episode of David Attenborough’s remarkable wildlife series, Dynasties, tells the brutal, moving and gripping story of two rival packs of painted wolves, one led by matriarch ‘Tait’ and the other by her daughter ‘Blacktip’. The intense rivalry, as Blacktip challenges her mother for territory and supremacy, was filmed by the BBC over the course of two years in Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe; one of the last remaining homes of these rare and striking animals.
November e-newsletter - New 2019/20 brochure now available
New 2019/20 brochure now available * Request your brochure * New Himalayan adventures for 2019
Read our November e-newsletter here for a round up of all of our recent news and offers. If you'd like to receive our new e-newsletter, sign up here.
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.
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