If your ideal adventure involves getting off the beaten tourist trail and using your two legs to do so, our exciting collection of walking and trekking holidays are just the ticket. Ranging from leisurely walking holidays around Croatia's beautiful Istria Peninsular to epic adventures such as the trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal, our tours cover a range of destinations with a variety of itineraries to cater to walkers and trekkers of all abilities.
There are many different factors that contribute to the difficulty of a tour, including how many days you’ll be trekking for consecutively and the distance covered, the terrain, altitude and weather conditions, in addition to the type of accommodation.
Suitable for most reasonably fit people, these trips usually include only a short element of walking which is predominantly on good paths and at low altitude. Inclines are not steep so you don't have to worry about challenging ascents or descents.
Suitable for fit and active individuals, such as weekend walkers, on holidays at this grade you may be walking for up to 6-7 hours a day at moderate altitude, on good paths and tracks. There can be the occasionally more difficult day.
Physically challenging holidays, where you need to be prepared before you go and a high level of fitness is required. Holidays at this grade are suitable for regular hill walkers who are used to long days of physical exertion. These treks can involve difficult and sometimes glaciated terrain, as well as lengthy periods at high altitude.
Our Active range brings you thrilling trekking and cycling holidays to some of the world's most popular destinations. Whether it’s trekking to the Lost City of Petra in Jordan or cycling around the Angkor temples in Cambodia, you’ll get to explore more of your chosen destination than just the standard highlights, either by bike or on foot. There will still be lots of cultural experiences and even the occasional wildlife encounter along the way. You'll need a good level of fitness and an intrepid spirit.
Group sizes are small and average around eight travellers. The accommodation you’ll be staying in reflects the off-the-beaten track nature of these trips with simple hotels, wild & fixed camping, homestays and local guest houses for value and convenience.