Through the foothills of the Western Himalayas an area of dramatic scenery and great cultural richness riding the legendary Enfield Bullet! IN LOVING MEMORY OF ATILLA TOTH
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Lamas, high altitude adventure and the breath-taking Machu Picchu
Tea plantations, butterflies, chai and temples and lots of good hard trekking
This savagely beautiful land, with its pristine rainforests, wild and untamed rivers and lofty mountains is all there waiting for you.
A 14-day adventure combining a remarkable trek across the Himalayan foothills, a highlight of the trip is your time in McLeod Ganj the home of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
The Great Wall traverses deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaux, stretching 6,700 kilometres from east to west China.
From the exquisite palaces, pagodas and French inspired architecture of Phnom Penh, to the World Heritage 12th century temple complex of Angkor Wat
Borneo's virgin forests are acknowledged as the most bio-diverse habitats on Earth and home to the orang (man) utan (jungle), Asia’s only great ape. Photograph courtesy of Mike Frakes
It's a long way to the top baby! But worth every grueling footstep. Mt Kilimanjaro is the tallest free-standing mountain in the world, 5895m