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Walk of the Week: Tailormade Peru – Machu Picchu, Cusco & Titicaca

19 Jan , 2016  

Tailormade Peru

Experience the historical wonders and natural beauty of Peru on our latest walking tour, Tailormade Peru: Machu Picchu, Cusco & Titicaca. As well as once-in-a-lifetime trip to Machu Picchu, you’ll be exploring the historical city of Cusco, the country’s vibrant capital, Lima, and the stunning Lake Titicaca with its unique floating islands. Whether you’d rather […]

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Walk of the Week: Downton Abbey to Bath

12 Jan , 2016  

Downton Abbey to Bath

The latest edition to our English tours, Downton Abbey to Bath, offers an insight into quintessential England – full of lush green countryside and charming villages, interspersed with some of the most fascinating historical sites the country has to offer. After a day of walking and taking in the historical sites, you can stop off […]

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Walk of the Week: Ways of doing the West Highland Way

23 Dec , 2015  

The West Highland Way was our original tour and is still one of our key trips. Offering up to a week’s walk in some of Scotland’s most beautiful terrain, the WHW is a favourite with many, from 9-year-old Rachael to some of our more ‘mature’ travellers. What you might not have known is that there […]

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Walk of the Week: Full Camino

16 Dec , 2015  

Camino de Santiago is one of the most popular walks in Europe, providing you with a beautiful walking route through the Spanish countryside. It is a challenge for sure, but a rewarding one at that; when you finish in Santiago you can proudly display your pilgrim’s passport, evidence of your incredible achievement. In a Nutshell Distance: 753 km, […]

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Walk of the Week: Castles of the Romantic Rhine

9 Dec , 2015  

A new addition to our collection, Castles of the Romantic Rhine combines some of the best that Germany has to offer. Walking between picturesque villages and historic hilltop fortresses, this trips gives you more than your fair share of stunning castles, topped up with a glass of Riesling at the end of the day. In a Nutshell […]

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Walk of the Week: Via Francigena

2 Dec , 2015  

The extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy begins on the 8th of December, marking the start of a Holy Year in Rome. The first Holy Year was held in the 14th century, and traditionally, you could have your sins forgiven by walking through the four Holy Doors of the papal basilicas in Rome and the Vatican. These days, […]

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Walk of the Week: Nakasendo Trail

24 Nov , 2015  

Japan: a dream destination for many of our travellers. By combining a walking holiday with cultural explorations, you get the chance to experience this fascinating country from all aspects. Walk from village to village on ancient roads, stay in family-run accommodations and indulge in the flavoursome Japanese cuisine. The Nakasendo Trail can be combined with […]

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Walk of the Week: A Long Walk on the Isle of Skye

19 Nov , 2015  

The Isle of Skye is one of the most beloved Scottish islands and a favourite with walkers. It has a fascinating history and offers stunning scenery – not just on the island, but on the journey there as well. Let’s go for a long walk on Skye. In a nutshell Distance: 73 miles (118 km) […]

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Walk of the Week: La Palma

10 Nov , 2015  

La Palma, known as ‘the beautiful island’, is the greenest and also one of the most unspoiled Canary Islands. Ideal for walking, expect beautiful vistas around every corner. In a Nutshell Distance: 77.5 km Grading: Moderate Where is it? La Palma is the most north-westerly of the Canary Islands and also the 5th largest in size. It’s located off […]

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Walk of the Week: Pembrokeshire Coast Path

4 Nov , 2015  

Pembrokeshire Coast

Pembrokeshire in Wales is one of the UK’s most spectacular corners for coastline loving walkers, sunseekers, wildlife-watchers, and watersports fans. This week, Walk of the Week is the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which as the name suggests, is a coastal trail through this beauty of a region. In a Nutshell Distance: 186 miles Grading: Moderate Where […]

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