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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.


Highly recommended holiday

An excellent holiday. Well organised from beginning to end by Mountain Kingdoms. Nothing was too much trouble. I would highly recommend.


Nepal & Bhutan - loved it all!

I have to say that I loved every minute of this tour. Nepal and Bhutan were so different to anywhere I have ever been. The Stupas and Monasteries and Dzongs were fascinating. I loved the Monkey Temple in Nepal and we also did a walk to the biggest cave in Nepal. Loved that. The Tigers Nest hike was the highlight for me. Seeing Everest and the Himalayas from the plane was also brilliant! The Guides in both Nepal and Bhutan were excellent as was the accommodation. Loved it all!


Excellent mix of trekking and culture in Bhutan

An excellent trip - only 2 clients so the guide was able to take us round a number of places in Thimphu and Paro which wouldnt have been possible with a big group. We were fortunate to see some of the mountain festivals at both Jhomolhari and Laya while we were on the trek. A great mixture of altitude trekking and also an opportunity to learn much more about the country and the people.


Off-the-beaten-track trek in Nepal

Overall, this was an enjoyable off-the-beaten track trek through countryside untouched by tourism with some pleasant rural and forest scenery. We didn't encounter any other trekkers. Unfortunately, apart from a couple of brief early morning glimpses of distant mountains and fragments between breaks in the clouds, we were denied the spectacular high mountain scenery we had been hoping for.


Immersive Japan

Things we loved: getting immersed in Japanese Culture; Japanese people are so polite and friendly; trying Japanese food; and travelling in a group of six with good camaraderie.


Unstressful walking in Japan

Having spent the previous two weeks mountain trekking in the Japan Alps without a guide we were looking to this "gentle trekking" trip with a guide to introduce us - with explanations - to some of the key cultural aspects and sites of Japan through the medium of unstressful walking. I think the trip met our aims for it.


A really enjoyable experience on safari

A great holiday for spotting wildlife both animals and birds. The regions visited allowed the contrast between green mountainous areas, scrubland and the bush. All the guides very knowledgeable about the wildlife and South Africa in general. The two weeks just flew by a really enjoyable experience.


A new high in Bhutan

We have enjoyed numerous holidays among mountains around the world (several of them with MK) but for its combination of easy walking amidst stunning scenery and insights into a fascinating culture, our two weeks in Bhutan marked a new high. Our local guide was simply fantastic, a wonderful companion and mine of information whether leading us down forest trails graced by unfamiliar flowers and birds, or explaining the significance of paintings and statues at stunning temples and fortresses.


Awesome Langtang

The Langtang Valley was a truly awesome place - the mountains, the friendly people in the tea houses, the way the area has recovered from the tragedy of the earthquake in 2015. The accommodation was better than we expected and we really appreciated the higher standards. The icing on the cake of the whole trip was having Durga as our lead Sherpa, who'd also led our Annapurna Sanctuary trip 10 years ago.

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