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Wonderful trek in Atlas mountains

For various, unpredictable reasons I ended up going on this trek alone. However, I still had an excellent, English speaking guide, a wonderful cook, 2 muleteers and 2 mules all looking after me! I was very well looked after and had a great time. The food was fantastic, especially considering the basic cooking arrangements. The terrain is very dry and arid but the scenery is quite striking and the night sky is wonderful. Don't expect anything other than very basic (squat toilet) or non-existent toilet facilities and you do have to be careful with water hygiene. I had no problems and I was provided with hot water and liquid soap at every meal time and filtered all my drinking water. All in all a great trek that was very well organised and enjoyable.


Tour of remarkable Bhutan

A wonderful holiday discovering the remarkable features of Bhutan: scenery, architecture, national dress and Buddhist customs and traditions. The Bhutanese are friendly and gentle people who added a lot to our overall experience. We enjoyed expert and knowledgeable guiding both from local guide, Tshering and from Michael Rutland whose experiences of Bhutan over 50 years are unique. We were privileged to be invited to his home for a special evening watching the film "A Yak in the Classroom".


Fantastic Hidden Valleys of Bhutan

A fantastic way to explore Bhutan. We got a real insight into Bhutanese life by staying in the homesteads and attending the local festival.


Beautiful Eastern Bhutan

Nice to be back in Bhutan, this time gently discovering beautiful east. Amazing nature, slow-paced life, tradition, nice food. With the favourable weather that we had, just a perfect holiday.


Rajasthan mix

We really liked the mix of culture and nature and to see the life of people in the villages.


Good balance of walking and touring in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is truly remarkable. The architecture of the Silk Road cities is uniquely spellbinding and the opportunity to see the landscape of mountains, steppe and desert make for a memorable trip. The balance between walking in the mountains and cultural tours really makes it, giving you the chance to recharge and refresh between cities.


Annapurna memories to last a lifetime

The trekking holiday was everything I'd hoped for! Breathtaking and varied scenery along the route. Each lodge provided a beautiful setting to relax and unwind after each days walk. Every lodge provided exceptional hospitality and service. Nothing was too much trouble. The food was beautifully prepared and served with care. Our guide NG (Namgel) was humorous and knowledgeable. Our porters Surmago, Albie and Antim were friendly and supportive. Memories to last a lifetime. Thank you.


Amazing journey through northern India

We loved visiting the Golden Temple in the evening which was amazing, as was the scenery and the people we met on our journey through Northern India. Also wonderful to visit at last the beautiful and historical Shimla.


Golden Temple highlight

Amritsar and the Golden Temple was the highlight of the trip followed by the daily India/Pakistan border ceremony.


Brahmaputra cruise and Bhutan tour - well worth experiencing.

A wonderful holiday full of happy memories of lovely people and cuisines. Cultural tour in Bhutan provided a good insight into the life of the lovely and very kind people. On the cruise, I experienced magical moments, local customs, costumes, cuisines and yoga and ever smiling crew The shore excursions and safari provided good insight into everyday life. All very relaxing and well worth experiencing.

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