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October 2013

Hi Anyone booked on this adventure? My first time to India.

October 2013

Hi Anyone booked on this adventure? My first time to India.

Celebrating June around the world

June is a busy month and throughout history June has seen some big events. For instance 60 years ago on the 18 June Egypt became a republic for the first time, Queen Elizabeth II was crowned at Westminster Abbey and on 13 June 1983, 30 years ago, Pioneer 10 became the first spacecraft to leave the solar system. So what does all this have to do with travel I hear you cry?

September Top Trips

The Inca Trail, departing 11 or 25 September Our autumn sees the end of the wet season in Peru which makes it the perfect time of year to trek the infamous Inca Trail. The rains have mostly gone and the skies are clear and conditions on the trek are pleasant. September and October are two of the most popular months to trek the Trail so it's worth booking early. And remember we offer 5% off if you book six months in advance.

May Top Trips

Everest Base Camp, departing 24 May 2013 Spring signals the start of the dry season in Nepal and the Himalayas making May a great time to head to Everest Base Camp. Plus this year we’re running a fantastic anniversary trek, departing 24 May 2013 to celebrate 60 Years since the first summit of Everest by Hillary and Tenzing. 

April Top Trips

Petra & Wadi Rum , departing 7 April 2013 Head to Jordan in April and visit the top sites away from the crowds and without the oppressive heat of summer. The weather is perfect and you'll have sites like Petra almost to yourself. This is a great time for crossing the desert and sleeping under the stars too.

February Top Trips

Kenya Adventure, departing 21 or 28 February 2014 Kenya is one of the top safari destinations in Africa and in February Lake Nakuru sees the native pink flamingoes arrive in their thousands.

Destination of the Month: Morocco

"A civilization rich in types and models unchanged for centuries, ... ideas and customs, moral and physical aspects of mankind that are eternal simply because they have never changed .... But that it has survived until our own times, that we can see it, we can touch it, we can mix with its people, is a miracle that never ceases to astonish."
Andre Chevrillon, Paris, 1920 - referring to Morocco.

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