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What&'s new? 5 tours to rock your world
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23 September 2013
What&'s new? 5 tours to rock your world
It has been a busy couple of months at Macs Adventure HQ; we are keeping things exciting as we've been launching many new tours to quench your adventure thirst.  Be prepared to add to your destination wish list as we are about to offer you a little taste of what is happening. If the thought ofWild Exmoor Pony getting up close and personal with roaming wild ponies or exploring archaeological remains interests you, then head to the Two Moors Way. Visit the only two national parks in the south of England, enjoy delicious cream tea in traditional villages and admire the longest row of English thatched cottages.  Could that possibly sound any more charming? From the endless wilderness of Dartmoor, refreshing green countryside of Devon to the secluded and untouched moorland of Exmoor, this self-guided walking holiday is a wonderful escape to some of the most unspoilt areas of England. We can all certainly use a little time to "get away from it all", can we not? 5.-For-web Pirates, coves and Cornish fishing ports, oh my! Walking in Cornwall, Padstow to St. Michael's, will allow you to experience history and local life as you catch your first glimpse of St. Michae's Mount, trot down the tiny streets of iconic fishing villages, Mousehole and Newlyn, and hear the legends and tales of Phoenician traders and pirates.  This 7 day self-guided tour takes you through Padstow, a lovely seaside town where you can dine at renowned chef Rick Stein’s seafront restaurants, and continue walking along the southern Cornish coast. Enjoy scenic walks along local bridleways and footpaths near Marazion and trails that follow the coastline to Mousehole, a charming fishing village that will lead you to believe you are walking onto a film set.  Celebrating a honeymoon, anniversary, or simply being you? Enjoy all of the sights and sounds and treat yourself to Cornwall in Style, as you stay in the some of the most luxurious hotels Cornwall has to offer. Your Camino may be motivated by personal, spiritual or physical reasons; whatever the source of 280.Camwalkgroup2motivation,  this journey will offer a great sense of achievement as you walk along one of the world's greatest trails.  Many world travelers admit they have met the best of friends whilst travelling, as you will always bond over the special experience you shared together.   Enjoy the camaraderie of our new group camino tour as it takes you on the final stage from Sarria to Santiago. Experience the vibrant buzzing atmosphere of Santiago de Compostela and the Midday Mass, a sense of rejuvenation and freedom amongst the rolling green hills and explore an endless succession of beautiful churches and buildings on the route.  This guided small group tour includes 7 nights along the route in hand-picked accommodation, 7 breakfasts and dinners, luggage transfers each day, services of a friendly and experienced walking guide, group transGlen Cannichfer from Santiago to Sarria, and a comprehensive information pack and guidebook. Few places offer the dramatic, natural beauty and scenery as Scotland.  Refresh your perspective on the Glen Affric Trail, as you begin your journey in the highlands capital, Inverness, before heading west along Loch Ness to Drumnadrochit.  Glen Affric, often called the most beautiful glen in Scotland, is a National Scenic Area and National Nature Reserve. This 8 day self-guided walking tour is a nature lover's nirvana; you are surrounded by brooding peaks, unforgettable views and will walk between the hulking mass of Bheinn Fhada and the Five Sisters of Kintail.  We are not sure you will want to end your adventure, however, the final stage of your journey will leave you satisfied as you walk on Drovers’ roads, across the Glenelg Peninsula, past iron age brochs, to Glenelg. You are now officially in the Macs Adventure loop. For further information and full tour details, check out macsadventure.com or as always, contact one of our Destination & Adventure Specialists who would be happy to listen to your ideas and help you plan your next adventure.      
Sarah Gillis

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