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Wilderness Walking - Wilds of Assynt  
norman (skipton)
05 August 2021

Really enjoyable holiday in a beautiful area. The accommodation was excellent and breakfasts were really good where we were looked after very well. The scenery, the morning cruise round The Summer Isles and the
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walking were fantastic as were our group members. Our two guides, Ken and Graham were absolutely brilliant, very informative and looked after the needs of the group very well. They went the extra mile driving us to super places to eat each evening and equally as important they were good fun.
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Lake District – South Lakes Classics  
manisha (bristol)
12 July 2021

It was only because our Tuscany holiday with KE had had to be cancelled 2 years running that we thought of booking this holiday. What a shame we hadn't thought of visiting this area before! The views are to die
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for, the walking challenging but very doable, and as usual, the guides were excellent. Tim and Tom get to live and work in this fabulous landscape, no wonder they are so cheerful and friendly! But finding somewhere to eat in Ambleside was quite a challenge (huge staff shortage in all of the Lake District) so it would be a good idea to check in advance with KE which day of the week is not catered for so that if possible you can book before you arrive. And don't forget the insect spray! Midges and ticks made their presence felt!
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Sikkim - Beneath Kangchenjunga Trek   peter callomon (london) 16 November 2020

This trip doesn't seem to have changed since I did it in 1998. We acclimitised in Darjeeling having flown up to Bagodra and then a truck (bangbus) to Darjeeling. We stayed at the Windamere hotel which is a
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story in itself. A jeep trip to Tiger hill resulted in us missing the sunrise because the electrics caught fire. Then we transferred to the start of the trek. Uphill all the way, slow and steady to the top of the Singalila Ridge (very wet mattresses overnight). Back down after 6 days and then up to Yuksom, Samiti Lake and the Ran Glacier. I have never forgotten the KE trip that year or Millenium year with KE to Nepal and up Himachuli. along with white water river rafting on the Sun Khosi and Mountain biking out of Katmandu.
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Walking Holiday on the Captivating Cape Verde Islands  
michael (edinburgh)
13 April 2020

If you are looking for a winter walking holiday of substance, look no further than this excellent adventure with KE. I found Cape Verde to be a hidden gem of a destination for a winter trip. It is conveniently
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located not too far from the UK but feels a world away from cold, dark January in Edinburgh. The trip is a game of two halves. The first is fast paced: by day six, you will set foot on four different islands, undertaking three internal flights and a ferry journey on the way. You will have scaled the highest peak of the archipelago - Pico de Fogo - and seen a very diverse range of landscapes. And you will be on your fifth different bed for the night. The second half sees the trip settling down on the spectacular island of Santo Antao where you will undertake a series of coastal and mountain hikes which are surprisingly diverse when you take into account the comparatively modest size of the island which you are on. Overall, the walking is reasonably demanding: with almost no flat ground involved, the cumulative and descent over the course of the trip are in the order of 9,000 metres. So walking poles are strongly recommended. The scenery ranges from high, barren and freshly minted volcanic terrain to agricultural fields where coffee, mango and bananas are abundant. This is a well-organised and well-led trip. The accommodation is generally simple, but there's always everything needed for a comfortable stay. The hosts are friendly and the food is hearty and wholesome. Worth noting that the descent of Pico de Fogo is a run down a steep lava field. This makes for rapid progress which is gentle on the knees. As suggested elsewhere, take gaiters in order to keep the stones out of your boots. It is also pretty dusty, so a good idea to take something to cover your mouth and nose. A KE buff is a good start, but if I had my time again I might go further and take a proper dust mask as my lungs felt a bit inflamed for the rest of the trip. In terms of other tips, one thing to be prepared for is the first two days of the trip. If you are on the group flights, you are likely to arrive in Cape Verde at about 1am on day 2 and then be on the 7.30am internal flight to Fogo. There'll be a short walk that day, but best to get as much rest as you can as day 3 begins with at dawn with the ascent of Pico de Fogo. I have been on a good number of KE trips now and my view is that Cape Verde more than holds its own, especially if your circumstances are such as you are looking for winter walking.
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Kazakhstan Cycling Adventure

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Experts In Adventure Holidays

 

We’ve been helping customers to arrange their dream adventure holidays for more than 30 years, opening up new horizons around the world and creating unforgettable memories. We are experts in helping to create unforgettable experiences for our customers and every trip we offer is thought through carefully, ensuring that the element of adventure is there for you to enjoy. We can take you to some of the most awe-inspiring locations in the world, and the rest is up to you — hike, cycle and trek your way through your own KE Adventure holiday. 

 

Our team of travel specialists have a wealth of first hand experience when it comes to adventure and we offer unrivalled insights into every single one of our destinations, allowing you to choose the perfect base to explore. From our original pioneering trips to Pakistan through the Karakoram Mountains in the 1980s, we now offer adventure holidays in 43 countries around the world. Adventure is awaiting all year round, so whether you’re planning a far flung winter expedition, or if long summer evening hikes sound more appealing, we’ve got the adventure trip for you.

 

While some of our adventure holidays take you to unexplored, lesser known areas, we also take travellers to some of the most famous, natural locations. From our Northern Lights holidays to Mount Everest expeditions, you will stumble upon some of the most striking landscapes and natural phenomenons. We’re committed to taking you to these wonderful locations in a responsible way and our holidays are all aligned with sustainable tourism goals.

 

Whether you are looking for adventure as a solo traveller, as a couple or a small group of friends or family, we’ve got the trip of a lifetime waiting for you. All of our small group adventure holidays have fixed departure dates and are expertly guided by an experienced KE Leader. Whilst our ever-growing range of Self-Guided walking and cycling holidays offer the freedom to travel to your destination on the dates of your choosing, and on your own, as a couple or as a small group of friends.

 

Enjoy a one of a kind adventure holiday with KE Adventure, arrange a getaway to remember with us today.