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Riding holiday in Kyrgyzstan

Saddle up for a unique horse trekking adventure along ancient Silk Road trails in Kyrgyzstan on paths taken by ancient warriors, nomads and traders through one of the world's most pristine wildernesses. You begin, though, in the laidback Kyrgyz capital Bishkek, famed for its Osh bazaar. You'll also visit the renowned felt-making village of Kochkorka, before fetching up at the magical 3000m glacial lake of Son Kul to meet our host family and horses. From here, each day's riding reveals unforgettable vistas. Cross the Uzun-Bulak Pass and camp wild by the Kurtka River, hug the banks of Kyrgyzstan’s largest river (the Naryn) to Ak Tal Chat, then enjoy two days of remote riding along two ... Read more >
From £2,745 excluding flights

Uzbekistan holidays, tailor made

This journey through Uzbekistan reveals a stunning melange of history, culture and natural majesty in one of Central Asia's most fascinating countries. Beginning in Tashkent, you’ll discover Silk Road cities and desert castles, see the transformation of the Aral Sea, and experience wilderness and village life in the beautiful Nurata Mountains. Delve one of the world’s finest collections of Soviet avant-garde art one day, sleep in a desert yurt camp another. After exploring Tashkent's mosques, madrassahs, grand squares and museums (don't miss the world's oldest Koran at the Muyie Mubarak library), travel north to the fascinating town of Nukus, home to a superb collection of rare Soviet ... Read more >
From £2,090 excluding flights

Ukraine and Moldova cultural tour

Of the 44 officially recognised countries in Europe, few if any are less well-known from a travel perspective than Ukraine and Moldova. Yet both have much to offer those looking for a truly fascinating and enlightening travel experience much nearer to home than you might otherwise have expected to be possible. From stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites at Lviv and Chernivtsi to the traditional Hutsul people of the Carpathians and the vast wineries of Cricova, this journey traverses steppe lands and beautiful mountains to reach the shores of the Black Sea at Odessa. Along the way we’ll discover ancient fortresses, medieval towns and traditional villages. We’ll also visit the Moldovan ... Read more >
From £2,495 excluding flights

Vietnam small group explorer holiday

Vietnam remains one of South-East Asia’s most diverse and intriguing destinations and with its unique shape – stretching north to south over 1600kms and yet from east to west only 50kms in places – it offers incredible variety in its landscapes, food, architecture and culture. This trip balances visits to some of the country’s better known and much lauded sights – such as Hanoi, Hue, Hoi An and Ho Chi Minh City with some more off-beat places such as Phong Nha-Ke Bang with its stunning cave systems & Bach Ma with its faded French colonial mansions, stunning vistas and impressive wildlife. In addition, we’ll spend one night aboard a privately chartered boat so as to be able to access some ... Read more >
From £2,495 including domestic flights only

2019 solar eclipse tour in Argentina and Chile

Few places on earth provide a more fitting backdrop for a solar eclipse than the vast open landscapes of South America. Here, amongst the ice-capped Andes and the searing plains of Argentina’s northwest frontier, we’ll experience one of earth’s most unique events. Beginning in the Chilean town of San Pedro de Atacama, our journey takes us from the very edge of the magnificent Salar de Atacama and the Atacameño Highlands, across the Andes into neighbouring Argentina. We then journey through an extraordinary landscape rich in colonial architecture, ancient dinosaur bones and spectacular walking country. The highlight of our journey then sees us swapping the surreal panoramas of “The Valley ... Read more >
From £4,995 excluding flights

Sikkim and West Bengal tour, India

Situated in the Eastern Himalayas Sikkim is one of the most beautiful states of India. It boasts the 3rd highest mountain in the world – Kanchenjunga – at 8586m, luxuriant forests, deep valleys with terraced hillsides, exotic flora and fauna, pristine waterfalls, sacred lakes and a number of beautifully ornate Buddhist monasteries. We will enter Sikkim via Darjeeling, long renowned as a Hill Station during the Raj, famous for its colonial architecture and tea plantations. Heading out to West Sikkim we visit the sacred lake of Khecheopalri and walk to the charming and unspoilt town of Yuksom. Our journey also includes the breath-taking wild landscapes of North Sikkim with a homestay at a ... Read more >
From £2,650 excluding flights

Georgia horse trekking holiday

The Georgians have a saying … at the beginning of time when God was giving out land to the various nations of the world the Georgians were too busy drinking to attend. Arriving late, God was angry and asked why they had dishonoured him so; there was now no land left to give them. But the Georgians replied that far from dishonouring God they were late simply because they were drinking to His health and this had taken quite some time. God was pleased by their answer and so gave them the tiny bit of land he had kept for himself. Georgia has some of the world’s most spectacular mountains and some very fine horses making it a perfect location for a one-week horse adventure. But that is not ... Read more >
From £1,645 excluding flights

Armenia horse riding tour

Armenia has a reputation for greeting its visitors with warmth and hospitality. Nowhere is this truer than in Yerevan, one of the most ancient cities in the world, where we’ll begin our tour before we head north to our horses. Words alone cannot express the natural beauty of the Tavush Region, which is teeming with rivers, lakes, and natural mineral springs. The rocky hillsides and flat peaks shrouded in the dense forests of the region give the north of Armenia its characteristic look. Turning back the clock, this region of Armenia bustled with activity as the Silk Road passed through this centre of monastic life and learning, with signs of this activity evident at the impressive ... Read more >
From £1,675 excluding flights

Petra & Palestine holiday, small group

This incredible journey provides us with an opportunity to gain a unique insight into these ancient and fascinating countries of the Middle East: this area has seen the passing of Crusaders and Saracens, the crucifixion of Christ and the bloody conflicts of the Arab-Israeli wars. Travelling on foot through the Jordan Valley we venture from the biblical lands of Madaba, Jericho, Bethlehem & Jerusalem to the desert landscapes of the red sands of T E Lawrence’s Wadi Rum and the rocky outcrops and wadis of the Judean desert. Continuing on we explore the fabled lost city of Petra which needs no introduction… hidden away in the heart of the Jordanian desert for centuries, Petra obtained a ... Read more >
From £3,150 excluding flights

Haiti holiday, The Undiscovered Caribbean

Like many of the destinations we offer, Haiti is a country which is widely perceived in a negative light. But look a little deeper or talk to anyone who has actually been there and you will soon realise that the reality of what you are likely to experience on the ground promises something very different. Beyond the obvious appeal of a largely undeveloped Caribbean coastline, Haiti lays claim to a unique history in being the first independent black republic and as such has a distinctive legacy of not only art, music and voodoo but also – and to the surprise of many – the largest and most spectacular fort in the whole Caribbean. Add to that a backdrop of stunning mountains just waiting to be ... Read more >
From £2,995 excluding flights

Jordan honeymoon

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan lies at the heart of a region whose development and culture has played a pivotal part in the history of the world for the past two thousand years. This short journey provides a stunning introduction to a country whose landscapes and traditions have been influenced by Romans and Byzantines, Crusaders and Arabs for over two millennia. Beginning in Amman, the Jordanian capital, you will travel to the spectacular Roman ruins of Jerash and the imposing Saladin fortress of Qa’lat Al Rabat, before following the King’s Highway south. Travelling along one of the oldest roads in the world you will then visit Mount Nebo and Madaba and the Crusader fortress of Kerak, ... Read more >
From £1,295 excluding flights

Horse trekking holiday in Mongolia

With vast steppes, arcing skies, pristine lake-dotted high meadows and snow-capped mountains allied to a grand equine tradition, Mongolia truly is the quintessential land of the horse trek. With daily rides varying from 15-45km, this tour on the backs of Mongolian steeds combines the majestic north of the country with the southern fringes of the Siberian Taiga, with plenty of chances to experience the warm friendliness and amazing rituals of various Mongol communities as you camp in glorious locations. Few foreigners have experienced the turquoise rivers and beautiful lakes of the wildflower-strewn great meadow of Darkhad Valley, where locals live with hairy yaks in the lee of grand peaks ... Read more >
From £2,750 including domestic flights only

Afghanistan small group holiday

Afghanistan needs no introduction; just the name is enough to have most politicians panicking, journalists packing and wild travellers salivating with expectation. News, time and again over the centuries has focused on this most extraordinary arid and mountainous country in middle-Asia and now, as always, its place at the heart of world affairs is as poignant as ever. Our Afghan Explorer tour takes us through the mountains and plains; following in the footsteps of Marco Polo. From Kabul and the foothills of the Hindu Kush, we will visit the extraordinary city of Herat; the famous mountain caves of Bamiyan, the breath-taking lakes at Band-e Amir, the historical northern town of Mazar-e ... Read more >
From £5,245 excluding flights

Walking in Bulgaria holiday

Wild and beautiful, the high mountains and vast forests of Bulgaria provide the breath-taking setting for this cultural walking tour through one of eastern Europe’s most beguiling destinations. Infused with a history that can trace its ancestry back to the Thracians, Bulgaria’s untamed landscapes hark back to a time of rich discovery and adventure. Beginning amongst the spectacular scenery of the Rila Mountains, we’ll traverse a land filled with glacial lakes and tangled forests, where wolves and bears still hunt amongst the dark interiors. We’ll visit the stunning UNESCO setting of Rila Monastery and enjoy the panoramas of the Seven Lakes, before moving on to the virgin forests of the ... Read more >
From £1,295 excluding flights

Colombia chocolate tour with Amelia Rope

Hosted by enthusiastic chocolatier Amelia Rope, the founder of Amelia Rope Chocolate, this enriching and aromatic adventure takes us into the heart of Colombia’s cocoa industry. Set against the backdrop of one of the most exciting and energetic countries in South America, the journey focuses on the rich importance that cocoa and chocolate has played in Colombia, both as a cultural tradition and as an economic lifeline from the once rampant drug trade. With Amelia as a passionate and knowledgeable host, we’ll journey from the bustling centre of the country’s capital and deep into the rich landscapes of the central highlands and the western hills. Along the way we’ll take in the colonial ... Read more >
From £4,295 excluding flights

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 deep into the mountain landscapes. Along the way we will explore ... Read more >
From £1,695 excluding flights

Colombia tailor made holiday, culture and nature

Vibrant Colombia is a land of contrasts and legends, an entire continent encompassed by one country. After being off the travel map for some time, Colombia is gradually moving back into the spotlight as an exciting new travel destination. Ranging from palm fringed Caribbean beaches, snow-capped Andean mountain peaks, verdant rain forests and National Parks, Colombian terrain is truly diverse. From the cosmopolitan metropolis of Bogotá to the cobbled alleys of the colonial towns, you will explore all aspects of the country taking in the spectacular underground salt cathedral at Zipaquira, Los Nevados National Park, the coffee region and Cartagena. This itinerary offers a fantastic ... Read more >
From £2,495 excluding flights

Ladakh adventure holidays, India

Ladakh lies on the Tibetan Plateau and is the highest, least populated and most inaccessible region in all India. It is a striking destination, home to many Tibetan Buddhists and its capital, Leh, is often referred to as a “Little Lhasa”. Fascinating in its own right, it is the overland route to Leh from the lowland town of Manali that draws travellers from all over the world, being renowned as one of the world’s most spectacular road journeys. Crossing four Himalayan Mountain passes (including the 5,400m Taglang La), this epic journey will literally take your breath away! Ascend from the verdant foothills of Himachal Pradesh to the snow-capped mountains of Ladakh, passing stunning vistas ... Read more >
From £2,995 excluding flights

Uzbekistan Silk Road tour

Alongside a rich imperial past, Uzbekistan boasts an equally absorbing present as Central Asia's only ‘Stan’ to border the other four - a cultural and geographic crossroads that made it one of the legendary Silk Road’s key meeting points. This trip provides a remarkable journey along timeless trading routes linking East and West. Begin in Tashkent with Tamerlaine's Square, Chorsu Bazaar and the old city's most striking mosques and madrassahs, before heading for the beautifully preserved medieval city of Khiva through the Kyzyl-Kum Desert – a glimpse of rural Uzbekistan enlivened by visits to the 'desert citadels' of Toprak Kala, Ayaz Kala and Koi Krylgan Kala. Amid Khiva's wind of ancient ... Read more >
From £1,770 excluding flights

Taurus Mountains walking holiday, Turkey

This wonderful walk on the St Paul’s Trail, Turkey’s second marked long-distance trekking route, offers a true insight into some of Central Anatolia’s most beautiful rural parts. Utilising ancient Roman roads and paths, we pass through some of the most diverse and surreal landscapes you are ever likely to have seen, from towering limestone rock columns to high altitude pastures and forests of fragrant cedar and pine. We will encounter shepherds with their flocks and incredible ancient and deserted archaeological sites. We will eat fresh cherries from the trees and swim in the rivers. We will drink from fresh mountains springs, one - so they say - that St Paul drank from on his epic journey ... Read more >
From £795 excluding flights
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