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Morocco holiday, Marrakech to the Sahara

This Morocco holiday blends the luxury of a private guided tour with a desert adventure as well as giving travellers the chance to stay overnight in some extremely comfortable and authentic riad and Bedouin accommodation, as they journey from Marrakech to the Sahara. The first port of call, Marrakech, presents a fantastic introduction to the mysteries of Morocco with a luxury converted guesthouse, within the main medina, providing a great base from where to get out and explore. A half day guided tour of Marrakech, which includes: Ben Youssef Medersa, Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace and the Djemma el Fna, allows travellers to get to know where they’re going and what they’re seeing, as well as ...Read more >
From £915 excluding flights

Croatia self drive holiday

Croatia is returning to its heyday as one of Europe’s favourite locations with a fantastic selection of lake-filled national parks, hillside vineyards, cobbled coastal towns and over a thousand Adriatic islands adding to the appeal of some genuinely friendly folk and a fascinating cultural history. Croatia fly drive holidays allow you to discover the country in your own time with a flexible two week itinerary from the capital, Zagreb, to the walled city of Dubrovnik, which you can do in either direction, featuring: duration, route and flight options* exactly as you’d like them. * For example, UK travellers may find it more convenient to fly to Pula (3 hrs west of Zagreb) to explore the ...Read more >
From £995 excluding flights

Romania holiday, the Beauty of Yesterday

Travel back in time to visit traditional craftsmen in their workshops and spend time with local families in rural villages, and you’ll quickly begin to piece together the centuries old traditions and customs that help holidays in Romania resonate with responsible travellers. This eleven day small group Romania tour provides the perfect introduction to the untouched lifestyles and sweeping countryside of northern Romania and Transylvania including some of the country’s best-loved national parks, historic towns and UNESCO world heritage sites. This small group holiday is offered on two guaranteed dates during the year accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide. Travellers are thus invited ...Read more >
From £1,425 excluding flights

Montenegro fly drive holiday

Take a couple of weeks to discover the delights of Montenegro and you’ll quickly begin to understand why this beautiful Balkan country is so highly regarded. Self drive Montenegro holidays really allow you to unlock the landscapes along the Adriatic and further inland where vast lakes and dense pine forests contribute to some superb hiking trails within national parks, such as, Durmitor, Biogradsko, and Plav (Prokletije). As this particular fly drive Montenegro itinerary has been designed as a circuit it’s incredibly convenient for those flying to Dubrovnik with the Bay of Kotor, Durmitor National Park, Budva and the Tara Canyon all included within the route, which can be navigated in ...Read more >
From £950 excluding flights

Romania hiking holiday

From medieval towns and hilltop castles, to the rugged peaks of the Carpathian Mountains and the historic monasteries of Moldavia, walking holidays in Romania never fail to inspire and excite cultural adventurers looking to wander off the beaten track. Accompanied by an expert walking guide, you’ll be treated to an insightful commentary into the folklore and cultural traditions of the feudal village communities who live amongst the mountains of Transylvania with chances to taste hearty local cuisine, never to be missed. As you’d hope of walking holidays in Romania, this nine day tour combines fascinating sites against a backdrop of hiking hot spots, with the Bucegi and Ceahlau mountains, ...Read more >
From £1,075 excluding flights

Railway tour of Morocco

If you fancy clambering aboard the ‘Marrakech Express’ bound for Fez then this Morocco rail holiday lets you do just that with an optional overnight stay in the capital, Rabat, giving travellers a real insight into the scenery and lifestyles across the north of the country. Unique, romantic and always exciting, travelling through Morocco by train is a reliable means of experiencing an ever-changing landscape in comfort with excursions possible to Meknes, Volubilis, Casablanca, the Atlas Mountains or Essaouira - all available upon request. Free time to explore, guided sightseeing tours, and optional activities, such as: hiking or cookery classes, help to give travellers a well-rounded ...Read more >
From £595 excluding flights

Morocco holiday, off the beaten track

A small-group tour with English-speaking guide. This tour visits not just historic locations but travels along the more interesting routes to and from the south of Morocco taking in some lovely walks, great food and stunning scenery. On this holiday you will experience the High Atlas mountains, kasbahs, the edge of the Sahara, waterfalls and the dramatic Atlantic coast. The Smaller Roads tour begins in Marrakech and travels through the Atlas Mountains on stunning roads which are not usually used for tour groups. Highlights of the Quieter Roads Tour include Marrakech, Tinmal Mosque, Taroudant, the Anti Atlas mountains, Skoura oasis, Ouzoud waterfalls, El Jadida and Essaouira. As this is a ...Read more >
From £1,595 excluding flights

Morocco trekking tour, High Atlas traverse

This fantastic eight day trek in Morocco's High Atlas Mountains offers the chance to hike the ascent from the Tichka Pass to Mount Toubkal via an incredible off the beaten track route. This unique journey includes hiking up to the Yagour Plateau, descending through the wild Kissaria Gorges and skirting the edge of the awesome Lake Ifni even before you reach the Toubkal Refuge prior to the summit ascent. The High Atlas Traverse is a stunning and quite unique route. The panoramic views at over 4,000 metres are simply mesmerising and with a moderate Grade 2 to occasionally strenuous Grade 3 trek rating enabling most fit and experienced trekkers to tackle this highly recommended route with ...Read more >
From £875 excluding flights

Island hopping holiday in Croatia

Imagine spending ten days in Croatia, island hopping between Dubrovnik and Split whilst soaking up the sunshine and stunning scenery along one of the Adriatic’s finest stretches of coastline. As this itinerary is flexible it’s equally viable in either direction with a flexible flight schedule adding to opportunities to tailor the tour to suit your travel needs. As you’ll be travelling from one island or mainland city to the next by fast-ferry catamarans and public (car) ferries you’ll become immersed in local lifestyles with the chance to stay overnight in smaller, independent, family-run accommodation definitely deepening travel experiences as a whole. In the main, this Croatia island ...Read more >
From £675 excluding flights

Slovenia highlights holiday, self drive

A full tour of Slovenia's "best bits" including the capital, Ljubljana, its beautiful coastline, incredible caves, lakes and historic towns. This self drive holiday is designed as a circuit starting and finishing in Ljubljana so you can travel to Lake Bled, the Triglav national park, the Adriatic coast and Postojna caves in any sensible order. The Highlights of Slovenia is based on an 8 day duration but we can, of course, tailor-make the overall holiday to suit your requirements. We recommend small, independent or family-run, properties and to take the stress out of arriving and departing we offer a private airport transfer service and will deliver your hire car to your hotel in Ljubljana ...Read more >
From £525 excluding flights

Croatia and Bosnia tour, food and culture

A small group guided tour to many of the lesser-visited parts of Croatia's historic landscape which will leave you wanting to see much more and wondering, perhaps, why you had not experienced this region away from the coastal resorts before. A holiday in Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina conjures up a heady mix of cultures, expressed in the history of its peoples, the legacy of its buildings and ways of life, similarly the region's food and drink also show the depth of influences and tradition. Added to the stunning and largely unspoilt natural beauty on this itinerary we are offering a fabulous experience of cuisine, culture and countryside. Croatia's Dalmatian Coast mixes a sunny climate ...Read more >
From £2,395 excluding flights

Self drive holiday in Northern Greece, hike & tour

This fly drive & hiking holiday in Greece takes place within the country’s remote and wild northern region bounded by archaeological sites near Thessaloniki and the wondrous monasteries at Meteora which form classic cultural highlights against a rugged backdrop of mountain scenery. Religious heritage threads its way through the foothills of northern Greece just as strongly as the gorge forming rivers in the Vikos-Aoos National Park; several Meteora monasteries are still inhabited despite the slightly precarious setting, some 400 metres above the ground. Highlights of this fly drive Greece hiking holiday: Meteora Discover one of the world’s most holy places and find out what it means to ...Read more >
From £425 excluding flights

Pelion walking holiday in Greece

Follow in the playful footsteps of the gods as you embark on a walking holiday in Greece that combines the traditions of mountain and beach communities with the dense forested slopes of Mount Pelion in central Greece. Once the home of Chiron the Centaur and renowned as the playground of the gods who resided on Mt Olympus, Pelion is an extremely important site in Greek mythology and certain to enthuse walking holiday makers interested in unspoiled natural landscapes. Several traditional mountain villages feature prominent stone built properties and characterful central squares with walks to hidden beaches and crystal clear coves providing a spot of sunshine away from the shade of the dense ...Read more >
From £975 excluding flights

Crete self drive holiday, Greece

This Crete self drive holiday is a tailor made holiday following a carefully crafted itinerary around some of the island’s most stunning, ancient archaeological sites, traditional villages and mountain landscapes. This is only a suggested itinerary and we can adapt it according to whether you want more time with Minoan or mountain heritage, coastal or central island getaways. Moving from one small hotel or guesthouse to another next enables you to cover some good ground on this, Greece’s largest island. World renowned Minoan sites on this itinerary include Knossos, just south of the capital at Heraklion which boasts a collection of ancient palaces. Or Gournia, an excavated Minoan town ...Read more >
From £615 excluding flights

Transylvania self-drive holiday in Romania

Romania is known for its amazing natural environment, beautiful historic towns and links to Bram Stoker’s Dracula. On this Transylvania self drive holiday you can experience all of this, plus lesser known highlights such as Maramures, Viscri and the Bucegi Mountains. The Transylvania self drive holiday is unique in allowing you to tailor the route to your personal interests. It is possible to combine the exciting city of Bucharest with atmospheric Transylvania and the hidden region of Maramures. Romania allows you to feel as though you have travelled back in time, and self guiding your holiday ensures you can maximise your time in the places which interest you most. Nevertheless, the ...Read more >
From £795 excluding flights

Romania family activity holiday, small group

The Transylvania Family Holiday is a whole family experience in the beautiful countryside of Romania's most famous region. A choice of family-friendly accommodation, in particularly good quality family-run guest houses and small hotels in the village of Zarnesti (near Bran) and the typical Transylvania town of Sibiu. In our opinion, staying in such smaller and more traditional places is a great way to meet the local people and to experience the incredible variety of Romanian culture and countryside activities on offer. The holiday itinerary is designed to be flexible so that we can meet the needs of most families, which means there is a fabulous choice of activities. Some are included and ...Read more >
From £1,075 excluding flights

Morocco holiday, central highlights

This is your chance to travel overland across Morocco’s central interior where rarely used roads unlock the secrets of the High Atlas, and the riads and kasbahs of Marrakech and Essaouira, bring you closer to North African culture than you’d ever thought possible. Heading off on a two week round trip from Marrakech allows your Morocco holiday to begin to take shape with the choice of hire car independence or English speaking driver enabling you to choose your own adventure as you explore off the beaten track. Whichever way you travel the drama of the Tichka Pass and the discoveries to be made in the kasbahs of Telouet and Ait Ben Haddou will stay with you for a lifetime and play no small ...Read more >
From £895 excluding flights

Romania's natural wonders holiday, small group

This small group tour of Romania (also available as a private tour for minimum of two people) takes you into the heart of a country that is for the most part rural tranquillity, spending time with local communities where tradition, culture and folklore are at their strongest. Many parts of Romania have an aura of being almost frozen in time, where ways of life carry on much as they have for centuries past. Exploring small villages, staying in locally owned guesthouses, and visiting many lesser-known destinations, you will gain a deeper understanding and clearer perspective on Romanian culture, as well as being immersed in many of the country’s most beguiling landscapes. Memorable ...Read more >
From £1,465 excluding flights

Mount Olympus walking holiday, Greece

Any walking holiday in Greece that’s going to include the fabled slopes of Mount Olympus, and the UNESCO monoliths of Meteora, is always going to reach legendary status. Forming a natural border between the region of Thessaly and Macedonia, Mt Olympus is the second largest mountain on the Balkan Peninsula with its highest peak, Mytikas, stretching into the clouds at almost 10,000ft. The setting, just over 100kms from Thessaloniki, overlooking the Aegean, is spectacular and it’s easy to see why the 12 Olympian Greek gods decided to make Mt Olympus their home. As the first national park in Greece and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Mt Olympus has become fabled just as much for its flora and ...Read more >
From £1,025 excluding flights
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