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Peru tailormade holiday
Peru is a wonderful destination with so much more to offer than just the iconic Machu Picchu - all thoroughly recommended. (more)Paul Mors
Jordan holiday, a week in Jordan
Our guide was excellent and the 17 in the party got on really well... (more)Alastair Mann
Sri Lanka tour & beach holiday
On leaving our room at Serendip which led out straight onto the front veranda... we saw that the garden was full of fireflies. We were then led to our table out the back by the plunge pool where we would be eating dinner. The manager had arranged and lit dozens of tea lights around the garden. Priceless. (more)Robert Back
The Silk Route, Beijing to Tashkent
Absolutely wonderful, a once in a life time experience and all the guides were extremely knowledgable, funny and helpful. The sights and experience was truly magnificient (more)Gunilla Westerlund
Delhi to Kathmandu tour
Each day was packed with memorable moments, but if I had to pick one day it would be when we went to a very small town to stay in a fort/castle overnight. It was fantastic. I can't wait to go back one day. (more)Lindsey Lavaysse
Highlights of Peru holiday
It was a great experience and I was surprised by the diversity offered by Peru; the cities being very different from the smaller towns and the towns being vastly different from the solitude of the Inca trail and the Amazon. (more)Riaan Breedt
Budget Egypt tour
Getting to see all the wonderful sights, ancient temples and treasures, sailing down the Nile and meeting local families in their homes. (more)Julie Forshaw
Egypt tailor made holidays
We really enjoyed the extra time they took to show us some of the things off the beaten path and some real Egyptian food and sheesha. The Valley of the Kings was our most favourite site. (more)Tanis and Nikia Hernandez
Greece cycling holiday, archaeology tour
Cycling through quiet countryside and seeing rural life, miles of apple, orange and olive trees, sheep and goats grazing, beehives everywhere, wild flowers, birds, lots of opportunities for sitting and drawing or dreaming. (more)Fiona Eccles
Mexico, Belize & Guatemala tour, Mayan encounter
Snorkelling in a coral reef amongst nurse sharks and other amazing sea life was an experience that we will never forget. (more)Helen Hore
Mexico small group holiday, culture & beach
The most memorable part of the holiday was the hubbub of Mexico City and all the sights and museums within (we could only sample a few, regretfully!); and the laid back charm of San Cristobal with its streets, processions and central plaza activities. (more)CK Sharma
Iraq Kurdistan holiday
Very enjoyable, an very interesting itinerary, good guide with us, very safe driver (valuable given some of the roads and other drivers!) and an agreable group of people in the group. (more)Jenny Maddick
Sudan holiday
I had a great time with a good international group of friends. A brilliant guide Kahlid, great drivers and support staff. (more)Geoffrey Hermsen
Jordan holiday, tailor made
Jordan is a very friendly, welcoming country, with plenty to see and do. It is quite compact, so there are not long distances to travel. We stayed for 10 days, and would happily have stayed longer, but equally it makes a good destination for a shorter break as well. (more)Edward Milford
Egypt tour, Miracle of the Sun
Definitely the Abu Simbel Sun Miracle we were able to witness and experience was the highlight. To be able to see 3 of the 4 pharaohs light up from sun coming through, was an experience we will never forget. (more)Lori Bautista
Nile cruise & cultural holiday, Egypt
Most memorable? I think the Pyramids at Giza and the paintings in the tomb of Ramses I, or perhaps it was the gold mask of Tutankamun, or was it the statue of Ramses II at Memphis... it was always a jaw-dropping moment at each place we visited. (more)Amanda Bristow
Jordan holiday, tailormade
It was a five-star experience for both of us, no doubt of it: no disappointments, and a programme which gave us everything we were looking and hoping for...What we did seemed to us so much richer an experience, so much more rewarding, than we could have got from a standard package of 'highlights'. (more)Anne Macgeorge
Inca Highlights, adventure tour
Swimming in the Amazon, learning about the jungle and meeting a Shaman, Salsa dancing in Cusco, staying with a local family in Armanti and folk dancing to traditional music, the colours, textiles and crafts, music, food and drink (more)Amanda Whittington
Abu Simbel tour, Egypt
Excellent... Taking a camel ride around the Pyramids of Giza was the most memorable part. (more)Vanessa Dodd
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