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Armenia small group holiday

Spanning cultures and continents, Armenia lies at the heart of the Caucasus, its ancient monasteries and candlelit churches standing silent sentinel over centuries of conflict and religious devotion. Watched over by the biblical heights of Mount Ararat, its mountains and forests play host to a stunning collection of ecclesiastical treasures, from the beautiful cathedral at Echmiadzin, to the serene majesty of the Khor Virap and Tatev Monasteries. This incredible journey takes us into the heart of this remarkable country, offering us a chance to discover the very soul of Armenia as we travel from its bustling capital and into the remote fortresses, ancient caravanserais and breathe in ...Read more >
From £1,595 excluding flights

Kaçkar Mountains walking holiday in Turkey

From the highlands of eastern Anatolia, this walking adventure takes us into the heart of a land scattered with the reminders of Turkish conquest, Russian expansion and Orthodox doctrine. Discover Seljuk treasures and historic markets, visit the spectacular Armenian ruins at Ani and the iconic cliff-top monastery of Sumela and walk amongst the landscapes of the dramatic Kaçkar Mountains. Sampling local cuisine and learning of local traditions along the way, our journey follows a route through some of the most spectacular landscapes in the country, as we pass through the Karagol National Park and Mt Ovit area (3060m) and on towards the Black Sea and the coastal city of Trabzon. Fascinating ...Read more >
From £1,265 excluding flights

Papua New Guinea small group tour

This Papua New Guinea small group tour takes you to one of the most fascinating and diverse places on earth; and one that retains many of its ancient traditions. There are over 850 living languages here and most people still practice rituals and customs that have endured for centuries. This is also one of the least visited countries in the world so it makes for an incredible adventure. Along with your small band of like minded travellers you’ll explore the country’s natural and cultural landscapes in depth, experiencing a wide range of cultural traditions. After starting your journey in Port Moseby, you’ll head down the Sepik River to the home of the crocodile people, before making your ...Read more >
From £7,995 excluding flights

Saudi Arabia small group holiday

A land of arid desert and scorched mountains, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia conjures up all the romance and adventure of the golden age of discovery. The only country on the Arabian Peninsula with a foot in both the Red Sea and the Arabian Gulf, the birthplace of Islam is one of the most difficult and enigmatic countries on earth to visit. Beginning in historic Jeddah with its beautiful Ottoman houses, this astonishing journey takes us deep into the heart of its ancient landscapes, visiting sites that few travellers from beyond the Arab world have ever seen. Blessed with a remarkable cultural heritage, we will visit four of its five spectacular World Heritage sites including Nabatean Mada’in ...Read more >
From £4,875 excluding flights

Gujarat holiday and the Rann of Kutch, India

Gujarat is one of India's most dazzlingly diverse states, home to both a 1600km coastline and one of the world's largest salt deserts. Seasonal marshlands around the Little Rann are a wildlife beacon for wild ass and flamingos, while Gujarat is renowned for some of the finest textiles in India. Its large Jain community underpin both a stunning heritage of white marble temples plus exquisite vegetarian cuisine. This village-focused tour opens up this wondrous state, from the surreal Rann of Kutch and the ancient town of Bhuj to tribal Poshina, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Champaner and the marvellous mountain top Jain temple complex at Shatrunjaya. Kick off in the state capital ...Read more >
From £2,875 excluding flights

Montenegro walking holiday

Exploring on foot is the perfect way to discover the diverse landscapes of Montenegro, and this walking holiday leads you along mountain trails, through remote valleys and down to lakeside towns. Roughly the same size as Northern Ireland, Montenegro makes up for its diminutive footprint with epic scenery. Home to the deepest canyon in Europe – the 1,300m Tara Canyon – wild and rugged mountains and a picturesque coastline, Montenegro also boasts an impressive history. It was the only country in this region to fend off the advances of the Ottoman Empire, and retains a strong sense of culture and national identity. Montenegro is emerging as an exciting destination for active holidays, but ...Read more >
From £1,545 excluding flights

Togo & Benin holiday

Home to a fascinating variety of vibrant cultures, Togo and Benin are lands of quite extraordinary scope and spectacle, being the spiritual home of voodoo and steeped in the tragedy and horror of the tragic trans-atlantic slave trade. Beginning in Lome, Togo’s lively capital, our journey takes us into the heart of some of West Africa’s most culturally diverse regions and geographically varied landscapes. We’ll explore the tropical forests along the slopes of Mount Klouto and visit the spectacular adobe architecture of the Tamberma and Somba people. We’ll then head north to take in the scenic landscapes around the Atakora Mountains and hike amongst the villages of the Taneka plateau, our ...Read more >
From £3,295 excluding flights

Uzbekistan small group holiday

Hear someone mention Uzbekistan and you’ll immediately think of the mysteries and legends of the ancient Silk Road – and this small group holiday takes you to its very heart. Along with a band of likeminded travellers and expert guides, you’ll spend ten days exploring the treasures of this extraordinary country and you’re sure to rack up a large collection of memories that will stay with you for a long time to come. Your journey begins in the Uzbek capital Tashkent, where there’s time to acclimatise before hopping on a plane to Nukus. Here, highlights include a visit to the Savitsky Museum, which details the region’s Karakalpakstan culture and early 1900s avantgarde Russian art. Next, ...Read more >
From £1,615 excluding flights

Ethiopia small group holiday

The contrasts of Ethiopia never cease to amaze. While it may be home to the fertile headwaters of the Blue Nile and the striking Simien Mountains which rise to 4,550m, this adventurous trip focuses instead on the arid north-east of the country which counts amongst its treasures the fascinating medieval walled city of Harar as well as the unforgiving Danakil Depression, one of the lowest and hottest places on earth. Along the way our journey will see us encounter the famed ‘hyena man’ of National Geographic fame, take a drive through Awash National Park, where Wilfred Thesiger once explored in the 1930s and reach the shores of Lake Afrera which sits 100m below sea level. In addition we’ll ...Read more >
From £3,385 excluding flights

Vietnam small group explorer holiday

This Vietnam small group tour is two weeks long, starting in Hanoi and finishing in Ho Chi Minh City, with plenty of diverse and fascinating places to visit in between. Vietnam is 1600km long and travelling from north to south gives us time to explore not only some of its classic sites but also get far off the beaten track. Classic sites on this Vietnam holiday include its great cities of Hanoi, the thousand year old capital, Hue and Hoi An both of which feel like a leap back into the past, and Hoi Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon and which needs little introduction. As well as its great cities, we get a chance to explore the country’s landscape wonders, travelling with a variety ...Read more >
From £2,755 excluding flights

Nicaragua cultural and wildlife tour

Few countries in Latin America combine so much unique history and authentic culture with stunning nature and geography as Nicaragua. Enjoy Nicaragua’s passion for food and laughter in an active journey that traverses the countries tropical ecosystems and campesino culture. This two-week group tour visits all the best that this off-the-beaten-path country has to offer, from the temperate cloud forests of the northern mountains to the biologically intense rainforests of the south. The tour also journeys through Nicaragua’s gorgeous volcanic ranges from the jet-black slopes of Cerro Negro Volcano (where there is the chance to board down the volcano!) to the stunning dual-volcano island of ...Read more >
From £3,345 excluding flights

Northern Albania walking holiday

This Northern Albania walking holiday explores this wild and undiscovered pocket of Europe on foot. The Albanian Alps, also known locally as the Accursed Mountains, tower over a landscape of valleys, lakes and limestone gorges – walking in this wild and sparsely populated region feels like a true adventure. This eight day walking holiday begins in Shkodër, one of Europe’s most historic cities, before heading to the vast and beautiful Lake Koman, in the Valbonë Valley. Take a boat cruise here to fully appreciate the canyons and narrow passageways that flank the lake, looking a lot like the Norwegian fjords. Enjoy hikes that follow little used trails to pretty mountain villages and lead up ...Read more >
From £975 excluding flights

Southern Pakistan tour, small group

Enigmatic, edgy and intriguing, Pakistan often makes the headlines for all the wrong reasons. However, it is a land filled with colour and contrast, offering the adventurous traveller a stunning wealth of culture, tradition and natural beauty. This remarkable journey travels through the Indus Valley encompassing everything from Sufi tombs and desert fortresses, to bustling bazaars and lively cities, as we travel from the streets of Karachi and deep into the Punjab. Beginning in Karachi we’ll have a chance to explore one of Pakistan’s most exciting and historic cities, discover the tombs of some of the country’s most revered mystics and poets, visit the UNESCO World Heritage ruins of ...Read more >
From £2,775 excluding flights

Lebanon small group holiday

Emerging from the ashes of its war-torn past, Lebanon is a country of captivating contrasts, lain at the crossroads of religious, historical and social change for over 7,000 years. Blessed with gorgeous coastlines, a national cuisine and collection of ancient sites that are the envy of many, today it is emerging once more as one of the most engaging and dynamic country’s in the Middle East. This short, but ultimately engrossing journey takes us from the vibrant streets of its historic capital and deep into landscapes that have been forged over the centuries by Phoenician traders, Roman legions and bloody crusades. Beginning in Beirut we have a chance to enjoy its rich cultural heritage ...Read more >
From £2,260 excluding flights

Peru cultural tour

Far from Machu Picchu and well off the beaten track, the northern highlands of Peru are home to some of the country’s most enthralling and remarkably little-known ancient sites. Here can be found traces not only of the Incan civilization, but also Moche, Chimu and the Chachapoyas cloud warriors. Over 14 days, this small group tour leads you to a series of amazing locations, including colonial Trujillo, where you will see the largest adobe pyramids in the country. In the Chaparrí Mountains you’ll overnight at an eco lodge in a private conservation area where Andean condors, guanacos and spectacled bears can be seen. In Chiclayo, the twin-pyramid complex holds the tomb of the Lord of Sipan ...Read more >
From £3,225 excluding flights

Walking in Bulgaria holiday

Walking in Bulgaria will take you to new heights, in every sense. Not only does Bulgaria boast the highest mountains on the Balkan Peninsula, Mount Musala, but you'll also discover many of the country's traditional cultural customs alive, well and forming part of a fascinating historical backstory. It's impossible not to be impressed by the wild and untouched nature of Bulgaria and this ten day walking tour does little to discourage the great sense of wonder that you get from breaking new ground. Figuratively, of course. The size of the group has been limited to just 12 like-minded cultural walking enthusiasts which allows you to stay in locally-owned guesthouses and village homestays. ...Read more >
From £1,535 excluding flights

Ladakh adventure holidays, India

Prepare for an epic journey through one of India’s highest and most remote regions, Ladakh, and the stunning overland route from Manali to Leh over the steepest mountain pass in the world. Starting in Delhi, you’ll move straight on to Kalka, where you will board the ‘toy train’ to Shimla. It’s a spectacular journey on this historic mountain railway that involves some 100 tunnels and over 800 bridges. McLeod Ganj is the seat of the Tibetan government in exile, and the home of the Dalai Lama. After a day of exploring the hill station it’s onwards to Manali, via the tea gardens of Palampur, and the most thrilling drive in the Himalayas. You’ll be crossing several high altitude mountain ...Read more >
From £3,165 excluding flights

Nile traditional cruise of Egypt

Follow the River Nile from Esna to Aswan aboard a comfortable and spacious dahabiya houseboat, pausing at iconic locations including majestic Kom Ombo, the temples of Philae and Edfu, and the bustling camel market at Daraw, on this memorable small group trip. The tour gets underway in the ancient city of Luxor, once home to pharaohs and todayone of the most renowned destinations of the Nile. You’ll hike through the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens, escaping the crowds to enjoy impressive panoramas over the river’s west bank, and sites including the Colossi of Memnon. Boarding your vessel at the famed locks of Esna, you’ll slip gracefully into the current for several days ...Read more >
From £2,875 excluding flights

El Salvador and Honduras holiday

Discover two of Latin America’s most underrated gems on a spectacular adventure deep into the heart of lands blessed with stunning natural beauty, plus a richly distinctive cultural inheritance featuring captivating colonial cities along with epic Mayan ruins. In El Salvador’s Joya de Ceren you'll discover a UNESCO site often referred to as ‘The Pompeii of America’. Then compare the awestruck epithets with its Honduran counterpart in the magnificent ruins of Copan. Home to some of the most remarkable Mayan remains left in Central America, this has earned it the title ‘Paris of the Ancient Maya World’. You'll travel through a landscape liberally scattered with reminders of the country’s ...Read more >
From £2,595 excluding flights

Laos small group tour

This fascinating fortnight in Laos invites you to become part of a small group tour exploring one of Southeast Asia’s last remaining undiscovered treasures. Although Laos is not exactly off the beaten track it has still managed to retain much of its old-fashioned charm and original cultural heritage. Large modern developments and mass tourist crowds are relatively rare and as such you’ll get to meet local people who are still genuinely interested in sharing their country with wide eyed travellers. Buddhism is as significant to the souls of Laos locals as the Mekong River is to their pockets and this two week tour enables you to get to know both sides of the coin en-route from Luang Prabang ...Read more >
From £2,935 excluding flights