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Nepal walking holiday

Highlights: •Get away from the tourist circuit at Bandipur and Kurintar. •Wake up to incredible Annapurna Mountain range views. •Enjoy guided sightseeing in Kathmandu and Bhaktapur. •Guided tour of the village of Bandipur to meet the locals. •Sightseeing and boat ride in Pokhara, visit world peace pagoda. Anybody who has experienced the sun rising across the Himalaya on a cold crisp morning will say it is life affirming. The enormity of the mountains and the scale of the vista transform one’s view of the world. As the world turns slowly from black through red and pink to white, body and soul will be captivated by the sight. There is nowhere in the world to enjoy this better than ...Read more >
From £2,485 including UK flights

Peru walking holiday

Highlights: •Take the cable car to Kuelap. •Glimpse Gocta, the 5th highest waterfall in the world. •Learn about Trujillo, the first Spanish city in Peru. •Enjoy the scenery walking to Cumbemayo. •Visit the Lord of Sipan, a hugely important archaeological treasure. Description: We start in Lima, the capital and then head on to Chiclayo on the coastal plains. We are here to visit the Senor de Sipan Museum, containing artefacts from perhaps the most important archaeological site in Peru. Next it’s south to Trujillo, a desert oasis between sea and mountains. We will see the Spanish colonial city, one of a few Hispanic sites we visit on this holiday. We also visit the ruined city at Chan ...Read more >
From £3,299 including UK flights

Bavarian Alps winter activity holiday

Highlights: •Three winter activities in one holiday - cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and winter walking! •Magnificent views of the Bavarian Alps. •Local guide throughout for support and expert knowledge Description: Nestled deep in the valleys of Bavaria is the pretty mountain village of Ruhpolding. This picturesque alpine gem is hidden in the foothills of Germany’s Chiemgau Alps, a perfect winter haven. We’ll spend our week here discovering the beautiful countryside accompanied by a local guide. We’ll enjoy winter walking through the snow-covered meadows and snowshoe through the dramatic Bavarian valleys and around the many pristine hidden lakes. Ever fancied cross-country skiing? ...Read more >
From £1,495 including UK flights

Hadrian's Wall National Trail walking holiday

Highlights: • Six days walking the way of The Wall • Step through history and discover remarkable Roman heritage • Walk amongst magnificent wild frontier scenery • Explore two millennia of history at our feet Description: Roam the northernmost border of the Roman Empire and imagine what it must have been like for the Roman soldiers stationed here, so far from home in this remote and compelling landscape. This continuous walk, with two bases, follows the Hadrian’s Wall National Trail. With its relatively easy terrain and lack of long ascents, it should appeal to just about every reasonably fit walker. Starting just west of Heddon on the Wall, and finishing at Bowness on the Solway ...Read more >
From £839 excluding flights

Hong Kong walking holiday

Highlights: •Discover unspoilt hill country and outlying islands. •Enjoy fantastic walking in open countryside and along coastal paths. •Experience the clash of British and Chinese culture. •Observe the harbour and skyline, plus ride the Star Ferry. Description: Experience Hong Kong from a new perspective. Unspoilt hill country and outlying islands, where you walk through lush open countryside and along deserted coastal paths, far away from the crowds. Hong Kong is a beguiling place to visit; a teeming metropolis with a harbour surrounded by skyscrapers but with the attraction of walking in the backdrop of the relatively remote and unspoiled New Territories. The Chinese metropolis is full ...Read more >
From £2,449 including UK flights

Dorset and the Jurassic coast walking holiday

Highlights: • Dorset is one of the finest counties in England for walking with its dramatic coastline, ancient wooded valleys and secluded river valleys • Experience a mixture of interesting sea and inland walking routes offering panoramic views and access to small towns • Walks along the superb Dorset Coast Path which forms part of the South West Coast Path – the longest national trail in the UK • Four walking days with two days on the coast and two days inland Description: The 95 mile Jurassic coast illustrates three geological time periods of Earth history, Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous, which collectively make up the Mesozoic Era, running from around 250 to 65 million years ago. ...Read more >
From £668 excluding flights

Northern Portugal walking holiday

Highlights: •Discover the valley of the Rio Peneda with its rustic trails, wild hillsides, intricate patchwork of fields and traditional farms. •Explore the mountain village of Castro Laboreiro. •Delight in the abundance of rare wild flowers, birds of prey and wild horses. •Visit isolated villages with high mountain meadows. •Enjoy the freedom of walking directly from our hotels. •Discover the rich natural beauty of the protected park. Description: The Peneda-Geres National Park is high country of outstanding natural beauty. Here the air is clear and the waters pure. This park contains some of the most beautiful and varied scenery found in the whole of the country and you’ll find an ...Read more >
From £959 including UK flights

Malvern Hills walking holiday

Highlights: • Walk the Malvern Hills 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' • Discover Ledbury with its distinctive timber framed houses • Explore the attractive former spa town of Malvern Description: Walk the undulating Malvern Hills and you’re exploring geological history. These ancient landscapes beckon you on to uncover how their scenic splendour was created. The Geopark Way meanders for 109 miles from Bridgnorth to Gloucester through landscapes 700 million years in the making. We walk south, covering around 40 miles of the trail in four ten-mile sections of spectacular countryside through the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark from Knightwick to Eastnor. We encounter sites of ...Read more >
From £519 excluding flights

Isle of Man walking holiday

Highlights: •Discover a timeless, beautiful and forgotten island. •Make use of the excellent transport – steam, electric mountain railways, horse drawn trams, vintage buses. •Take cliff walks with the wow factor. •Explore Douglas – a delightful base. Description: Encircled by the wild Irish Sea, on the Isle of Man you are amidst sweeping coastlines, gentle rolling hills, leafy valleys and hidden coves. As a walker you'll reach the hidden corners others may miss. From the highest peak, Snaefell, views extend over the water to the Cumbrian hills of the Lake District, Ireland’s Mountains of Mourne and the Welsh mountains of Snowdonia. Inland paths lead you through ancient woodland glens ...Read more >
From £659 excluding flights

Wales walking holiday, the Offa’s Dyke path

Highlights: • An historical trail following the ancient barrier built by Offa, the King of Mercia, in the 8th century to protect his kingdom from his rivals in what is now Wales • Hike the most challenging section of the entire route • Follow the path for 66 miles south from Chirk to the traditional town of Kington • Climb the cliffs of Llanymynech Hills, ascend Beacon Ring and walk on the highest point of the trail • Take in the views of Montgomery and Corndon Hill • Discover rolling countryside and market towns along the way Description: The Offa’s Dyke path runs for 177 miles from Prestatyn on the North Wales coast to Chepstow on the Severn Estuary. The route follows the ancient barrier ...Read more >
From £869 excluding flights

Drakensberg Mountains holiday in South Africa

Highlights • Savour views of The Amphitheatre, an impressive cliff face and the world’s second highest waterfall, Tugela Falls. • Explore this untouched paradise following scenic trails. • Experience the awe-inspiring jagged peaks of the Great Wall Rock, and two very different centres on this tour of KwaZulu Natal. Description: As you approach the Drakensberg the view sends tingles down your spine. The great rock wall which the Zulus call the Barrier of Spears rises up before you, awe-inspiring jagged peaks rising to 3300m. Its scale is overwhelming, leaving even the most seasoned traveller speechless. You are spending two weeks inside this walkers’ paradise, based in two very different ...Read more >
From £2,450 including UK flights

Walking holiday in Valencia, Spain

Highlights: •An abundance of flora, fauna and birdlife. •Explore the stunning Mediterranean coastal landscapes. •Discover protected coves in the Serra d’Irta National Park. •Experience the Mediterranean jungle of Serra d'Espada Natural Park. •Visit Vilafames, one of the prettiest villages in Spain. Description: Spain’s Castellon region, in north Valencia, is relatively unknown outside of Spain. The miles upon miles of soft sandy beaches, traditional villages, numerous natural parks and protected areas are a well kept secret. This area offers walkers spectacular trails in the hills and along the coast, Moorish history and wonderful cuisine. From Benicassim, a coastal town with a ...Read more >
From £1,175 including UK flights

Jordan walking holiday

Highlights: •Walk the captivating Ibn Hammad gorge. •Discover rock tombs and The Treasury in Petra, the Rose Red city. •See obscure rock formations, sand dunes and beautiful night skies. •Explore the Dana Nature Reserve with its array of flora and fauna. Description: Jordan is a captivating country, full of history and spectacular landscapes. We’ll explore the capital Amman, with its colourful bazaars and ancient citadel, as well as visit the best-preserved Roman city in the Near East at Jerash. We’ll take a dramatic walk from the hot springs at Ibn Hammad, en route to the Dana Nature Reserve, and walk to a spectacular Eco lodge at Feynan. Admire the spectacular sand dunes of Wadi Rum, ...Read more >
From £2,749 including UK flights

Sidmouth and the Devon Coast walking holiday

Highlights: •Enjoy superb coastal and inland walks •Explore the Regency town of Sidmouth •Admire the Jurassic Coastline - a World Heritage Site Description: The sandstone cliffs change colour with the path of the sun, from brilliant red to burnt umber, contrasting with the lush green sheep-dotted pastures inland and the blue haze of the sea. This is fine rambling country. Sidmouth is ideally sited for wonderful scenic walking both coastal and inland. As well as the 95 mile long Jurassic Coast shoreline there are numerous trails along the Exe and Axe Estuaries, the East Devon Way and many other circular walks. Sidmouth is on the South West Coast Path at the mouth of the Sid Valley between ...Read more >
From £509 excluding flights

Guernsey walking holiday

Highlights: • Walk some of the best stretches of the coast with clifftop paths and views out to sea • Stroll the ‘Green lanes’ through picturesque countryside • Immerse yourself in Guernsey’s history from the megalithic tombs to the WW2 defences • Step back in time on the Isle of Sark • Enjoy the charming blend of French and English influences • Take the opportunity to visit Herm Island on your free day Description: Explore the dramatic coast and picturesque interior of Guernsey and two of the other islands of the Bailiwick, Sark and Herm. The islands lie in the Bay of St Malo and despite loyalty to the British crown since 1066, at only eight miles from the French coast at their nearest ...Read more >
From £930 including UK flights

Greece guided walking holidays, Tinos and Andros

Highlights: •Enjoy this walkers’ paradise – endless ancient stoned pathways in unspoiled countryside. •Visit attractive towns alive with local flavour and colour. •Take a one day walk with our knowledgeable guide from Andros Routes. •Revel in this nature lovers’ delight. •Relax on uncrowded beaches lapped by the azure sea. •Visit to the archaeological site of Marathon Description: The last sun drenched mile of pathway wanders through the wooded valley. A cove fringed by a sandy beach and a cooling swim awaits. Relatively unknown to visitors to Greece, the Cycladic islands of Tinos and Andros offer miles of ancient stone pathways, unspoiled countryside, wooded valleys, and quiet ...Read more >
From £1,499 including UK flights

The Annapurna Circuit walking holiday

Highlights: •The view from the Thorong La •The first glimpse of the high peaks from the start of the trek. •Relaxing in the hot springs at Tatopani. •Chatting with fellow hikers in the tea hut at the end of the day. •Enjoying the sun rise and sunset on trek. •The overwhelming sense of achievement on completing the circuit. •Meet and chat with a retired Ghurka soldier. Description: Few people enjoy the privilege of completing the Annapurna Circuit. One of the most demanding and rewarding long distance walks on the planet. Over 15 nights trekking, experience altitude changes from 760m at Besisahar to 5146m at the Thorong La. We fly to Kathmandu, stay a night and drive to the start of the ...Read more >
From £2,695 including UK flights

America's canyonlands walking holiday

Highlights: •Walk the Grand Canyon rim trail, plus down to Plateau Point. •Marvel at Bryce Canyon’s hoodoos from the rim and valley below. •Monument Valley with a Navajo guide (4x4 and on foot). •Enjoy alpine views across Zion Canyon National Park. Description: Wow! Rarely has one country been blessed with so many of Mother Nature’s finest works. Spectacular landscapes, national park walking trails, and the best opportunity to really see the best of Americas desert southwest. The scale, colour and sheer majesty of the scenery is truly awe inspiring and no photograph can really prepare you for the actual reality of witnessing it first-hand. Of course, the best way to explore American ...Read more >
From £3,899 including UK flights

Wales walking holiday, Offa's Dyke northern path

Highlights: • Follow the first 50 miles of the route southwards from Prestatyn to Chirk Castle • Pass through the highest of the Clwydian Hills and cross the Dee Valley • Walk on heather clad hills and sites of iron age forts • Descend to World’s End, crossing Pontcysyllte aqueduct towards Chirk • Distances covered each day are less on this section than the others, so the days may be shorter. If time allows, afternoons will be spent sightseeing • Option to combine all three sections consecutively – the whole path runs for 177 miles from Prestatyn on the north Wales coast to Chepstow on the Severn Estuary Description: The Offa’s Dyke path runs for 177 miles from Prestatyn on the North Wales ...Read more >
From £689 excluding flights

Offa's Dyke path walking holiday

Highlights: • Walk the southern 70 miles south from the traditional town of Kington to the city gates of Chepstow • Ascend the highest part on the trail on the Hatterall Ridge crossing the Black Mountains • Walk the beautiful Wye Valley routes to pass Tintern Abbey • Arguably one of the most beautiful day’s walking on the entire route as you encounter Hay-on-Wye • Enjoy views of the Clwydean Hills and the relatively modern aqueducts on the Llangollen Canal Description: The Offa’s Dyke path runs for 177 miles from Prestatyn on the North Wales coast to Chepstow on the Severn Estuary. The route follows the ancient barrier which was built by Offa, the King of Mercia, in the 8th century to ...Read more >
From £899 excluding flights
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