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China walking holiday, adventure tour

For those looking for adventurous walking in China these 2 treks offer a chance to go to remote areas of the country which very few Westerners visit. Szechuan This special region of China remains in a time warp and to access it requires visitors to travel over a high mountain range with surrounding snow-capped peaks rising to over 5000m. Beyond the mountains are extensive grass plateau and into the folds of the mountain lie deep verdant valleys. This is the majestic setting for our trekking and camping experience (optional non camping itinerary). You will be walking through grassy plains set between high mountain peaks as well as out on the open steppe of the high plateau. Tiger Leaping ... Read more >
From £1,922 excluding flights

Walking holidays in Dominica, 11 days

The Island Dominica is such a pristine island there is a very short list of typical island attractions to fill each day. So it's back to nature and you soon become a bit of naturalist - that's the island. With so much to learn, discover and explore the best way to start is on foot. Walking is undoubtedly what the island is all about and we offer a choice of guided and self guided walks from two beautiful and very comfortable Eco Lodges and a converted fort. For a perfect combination stay in all three. Aside from hiking the Ocean offers further opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, diving and whale watching. The Walking Hiking on Dominica can be enjoyed by all levels of walkers and ... Read more >
From £1,389 excluding flights

Dominica walking holidays, 9 days

The Island Dominica is such a pristine island there is a very short list of typical island attractions to fill each day. So it's back to nature and you soon become a bit of naturalist - that's the island. With so much to learn, discover and explore the best way to start is on foot. Walking is undoubtedly what the island is all about and we offer a choice of guided and self guided walks from two beautiful and very comfortable Eco Lodges and a converted fort. For a perfect combination stay in all three. Aside from hiking the Ocean offers further opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, diving and whale watching. The Walking Hiking on Dominica can be enjoyed by all levels of walkers and ... Read more >
From £1,095 excluding flights

China relaxed walking holiday

For those looking for less strenuous walking in China but still encompass the the culture and history of the country we have combined our Guilin Rivers and Rice Terraces trek with a visit to Xi'an for the Terracotta Warriors. Guilin - Rivers and Rice Terraces One of the most appealing aspects of hiking in the Guilin area is the variety of walking it offers. Part of the time will be spent north of the city amongst the most famous Rice Terraces in the world – The Dragon’s Backbone. In contrast, you then travel south of the city to idyllic Yangshuo in the heart of the karst hills. Xi'an and the Terracotta Warriors Few visitors would wish to miss an opportunity to witness yet another of ... Read more >
From £1,140 excluding flights

Dominica walking holidays, 16 days

The Island Dominica is such a pristine island there is a very short list of typical island attractions to fill each day. So it's back to nature and you soon become a bit of naturalist - that's the island. With so much to learn, discover and explore the best way to start is on foot. Walking is undoubtedly what the island is all about and we offer a choice of guided and self guided walks from two beautiful and very comfortable Eco Lodges and a converted fort. For a perfect combination stay in all three. Aside from hiking the Ocean offers further opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, diving and whale watching. The Walking Hiking on Dominica can be enjoyed by all levels of walkers and ... Read more >
From £1,899 excluding flights

Nepal trekking holiday, Annapurna Sanctuary

The Annapurna Region has long been one of the most popular hiking destinations in Nepal. This is not surprising as it offers the hiker an opportunity to walk through spectacular varied scenery amongst majestic mountain peaks. In addition, to experience Nepali mountain life passing through Gurung villages clinging to the mountain sides where farming has continued unchanged in its methods for centuries. This way of life is now supported by providing hospitality for trekkers, both in lodge accommodation and porters to carry luggage for as with Everest Region, there are no roads to speak of. During a trek up to Annapurna Sanctuary you will walk through Rhododendron forests full of vibrant ... Read more >
From £965 excluding flights

Macedonia holiday, self guided walking

Explore Macedonia on foot, on this eight-day self guided walking holiday. Enjoy a great variety of walking, passing tiny villages and green forests, roaming up mountains and above lakes. The walks are mostly in the mountainous west of the country, near the Albania border, in three of the country’s national parks. This is a remote area, but you will still be able to experience the rural life of the country and meet the friendly local people. You won’t be scaling rugged peaks – the mountains here have softly rounded summits with no vertiginous sections. Some days the walks are quiet lengthy but the paths are generally good. There is often a choice of routes each day and all out-and-back ... Read more >
From £579 excluding flights

Trek to Everest Base Camp, Nepal

A trek to Everest Base Camp with an ascent of Kala Patar to view the highest mountain on earth has to be a truly once in a lifetime experience. However, anyone with a high level of fitness and good stamina can attempt this challenging trek to fulfil their ambition. Although the distance of each hiking day may not always be long, the altitude will undoubtedly have an effect on your walking ability, but we take things slowly and with flexibility offering plenty of time to adjust your body to the altitude. Trails are all used by local people for their everyday living as there are no roads in the Everest Khumbu Region - most are therefore well maintained with some steep stepped sections as well ... Read more >
From £1,179 excluding flights

Walking holiday in St Lucia

The Island Tiny St. Lucia, shaped like a tear drop, is just 24 miles long and 14 miles wide. It forms part of a volcanic chain of islands and is widely known for its two great spires, Gros Piton and Petit Piton. They are among the Caribbean’s most striking landmarks, jutting straight up for over half a mile out of the ocean. The island has superb rainforests, volcanic ridges, valleys, beautiful beaches and unique flora and fauna – a paradise for bird watchers and walkers. Islanders are anxious to preserve their special island and much is now protected providing the walker with a dream landscape to explore. English is the official language, but the French sounding Creole patois is widely ... Read more >
From £949 excluding flights

Portugal walking holiday, highlights of Rota Vicentina

So what is Rota Vicentina? In case, you aren’t yet familiar with this long distance route, Rota Vicentina is a network of well-preserved walking trails in South-West Portugal totalling 450km. Comprised of two main routes (several circular routes are also available) – The Historical Way (inland) and The Fishermen’s Trail (coastal) propose an exceptional journey between the two contrasting personalities of this admired route which was certified as a ‘Leading Quality Trail’ within Europe in 2016. Rota Vicentina was officially established in 2013 when an association was founded who adopted responsibility for this project. Aware that this region is one of the last wildernesses of Europe’s ... Read more >
From £539 excluding flights

Cape Verde walking holidays, North Islands

Throughout this Cape Verde walking holiday you'll get to experience the very best of the north islands' naturally beautiful landscapes and wonderful climate, with well-considered trip notes to guide you along the numerous foot paths and mule tracks. In general, paths are in good condition and mule trails have been smoothed over time however, there are some that have become slightly overgrown and aren't sign-posted so please take this into consideration before embarking on a walking tour. Also, in some areas, Santo Antao, for instance, walking holidays in Cape Verde take on new heights with trails and roads at altitude offering amazing views and a bit of a challenge. Note: You can ... Read more >
From £620 excluding flights

Northern Portugal self-guided walking holiday

The southern Algarve and islands of Madeira are famous as walking hotspots, but Portugal’s Minho region, in the north of the country, is less well known. Yet its landscape, defined by green fields, vineyards and a lovely coastline, is beautiful and diverse – and a wonderful location for a walking holiday. This self guided walking holiday follows carefully chosen routes so you experience the best the Minho region has to offer. The first two days of walking are in the Serra D’Arga Mountains on the Spanish border, then on the third walk alongside the beautiful River Lima, stopping off for a dip when you like, before reaching the historic town of Ponte de Lima. It’s the oldest village in ... Read more >
From £599 excluding flights

Annapurna trek in Nepal

The Annapurna region has long been one of the most popular hiking regions in Nepal. This is not surprising as it offers the hiker an opportunity to walk through spectacular scenery amongst majestic mountain peaks. In addition you experience Nepali mountain life passing through Gurung villages clinging to the mountain sides where farming has continued unchanged in its methods for centuries, but now supported by providing hospitality for trekkers. You will walk through Rhododendron forests which offer an unforgettably colourful sight and through giant bamboo stands above fast-flowing mountain rivers filled with melt water as they pass through deep gorges. Guided Walking A guide is ... Read more >
From £865 excluding flights

Annapurna luxury trekking holiday, Nepal

The Annapurna region has long been one of the most popular hiking regions in Nepal. This is not surprising as it offers the hiker an opportunity to walk through spectacular scenery amongst majestic mountain peaks. In addition you experience Nepali mountain life passing through Gurung villages clinging to the mountain sides where farming has continued unchanged in its methods for centuries, but now supported by providing hospitality for trekkers. You will walk through Rhododendron forests which offer an unforgettably colourful sight, and through giant bamboo stands above fast-flowing mountain rivers filled with melt water as they pass through deep gorges. Guided Walking A guide is ... Read more >
From £1,185 excluding flights

Cape Verde walking holidays, South Islands

The Walking – Guided and Self Guided We offer this holiday on a guided and self guided basis. The paths are not well marked and are indistinct in places and our walk notes are essential. The paths are generally good and many are smooth cobbled mule trails. However, some can become overgrown or become indistinct amongst the terraces and vegetation. On Sãnto Antao a good head for heights is necessary both on the hiking trails and the mountain roads! Travel to and from the walks can be achieved by shared taxis (Aluguars) which are very inexpensive, or if you prefer greater flexibility, by private taxis and these can be arranged through our local partner or your hotel. We recommend self ... Read more >
From £950 excluding flights

Walking holiday in China, classic walks

For those looking to do the most classic walks which China has to offer then these treks offer this with two of the most identifiable walks in the country. Beijing and The Great Wall We have selected five contrasting stretches of the Great Wall which cover Restored and Intact Sections with safety a prime consideration. These sections offer a magnificent and unforgettable insight into the different features and surrounding landscapes to be seen on the Wall and along its boundaries. Views are superb as the Wall snakes its way into the distance with watchtowers topping every peak. Tiger Leaping Gorge (Gorge itinerary only) In this spectacular part of China with dramatic and diverse natural ... Read more >
From £1,483 excluding flights

China strenuous walking holiday

For those looking for strenuous walking in China these 3 treks offer challenge as well as the opportunity to marvel at some of the most fantastic views that the country has to offer. Beijing and The Great Wall We have selected five contrasting stretches of the Great Wall which cover Restored and Intact Sections with safety a prime consideration. These sections offer a magnificent and unforgettable insight into the different features and surrounding landscapes to be seen on the Wall and along its boundaries. Views are superb as the Wall snakes its way into the distance with watchtowers topping every peak. Mount Emei Mount Emei is a UNESCO world heritage site rising abruptly from the ... Read more >
From £2,022 excluding flights

Pyrenees self-guided walking holiday, Andorra

Andorra is well known for its unique mountain walking, offering unforgettable views over vast lakes and lush countryside with its highest mountain Coma Pedrosa, standing at a sizeable 2943 metres! Most of the small towns and villages in Andorra are characterised by their medieval charm and intrigue, leaving much to explore. We selected this route to get the very best out of the stunning Andorran Pyrenees and are also the first people to offer a trek across the whole country. The Andorran cuisine also takes on many influences from its neighbouring countries serving delicious dishes of cured meats, fresh fish and hearty mountain stews. The Area This intriguing landlocked principality, ... Read more >
From £649 excluding flights

Everest Base Camp luxury trek in Nepal

A trek to Everest Base Camp with an ascent of Kala Patar to view the highest mountain on earth has to be a truly once in a lifetime experience. However, anyone with a high level of fitness and good stamina can attempt this challenging trek to fulfil their ambition. Although the distance of each hiking day may not always be long, the altitude will undoubtedly have an effect on your walking ability, but we take things slowly and with flexibility offering plenty of time to adjust your body to the altitude. Trails are all used by local people for their everyday living as there are no roads in the Everest Khumbu Region - most are therefore well maintained with some steep stepped sections as well ... Read more >
From £1,979 excluding flights

China walking holiday, Charms of China

Combine the ancient history of Beijing and The Great Wall from the north with the peace and karst mountains of Guilin in the south and visiting Xi'an and the Terracotta warriors. Beijing Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China and constitutes its nation's political, economic, cultural, educational and international trade and communication center. Located in northern China it also serves as the most important transportation hub and port of entry. The Great Wall The Great Wall of China has origins dating back to the 7th century BC. Especially famous is the wall built between 220–206 BC by the first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang. Built to protect the Chinese Empire ... Read more >
From £1,889 excluding flights
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