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Walk through monasteries carved high into the rock face in Greece or sip freshly-mixed Pisco Sours in Arequipa.
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1. Walking Trails of Hidden Tuscany

Wake up to beautiful morning views over the Garfagnana Valley and the Apuane Alps beyond from a charming farm stay. After a refreshing swim in the pool, fill your boots with a nourishing homemade breakfast to fuel a day’s walking in the surrounding mountains and valleys.
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2. Sri Lanka in Depth

An early start to climb Sigiriya Rock while it’s still cool and quiet pays off when you reach the 200m summit to see verdant plains stretching in every direction. Stop en route to admire elaborate frescoes and dramatic overhangs.
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3. Peru Encompassed

Sip a Pisco Sour on a roof terrace in Arequipa as you watch the sun set behind the town’s colonial buildings and the volcano El Misti, casting the whole scene into a flattering pinky-purple light. Then visit the mighty Colca Canyon, a deep river gorge patrolled by the majestic Andean condor.
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4. The Golden Triangle

Enjoy a feast at one of Delhi’s many street stalls as you let the city’s colour and chaos wash over you. Sample fresh kathi rolls - flatbreads filled with either kebab meat or veg – and rich potato based curries.  Leave room for dessert too and indulge in kulfi, a super-sweet Indian ice cream made in a variety of flavours including cardamom, saffron and rose.
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5. Remote Coastal Trails of Portugal

As you stand by the lighthouse at Cabo San Vicente, Europe’s southwestern-most point, looking out to the vast ocean, it is humbling to appreciate that the next land mass is Virginia USA.   Portugal’s Rota Vincentina is one of Europe’s most spectacular walking routes, and sunset along these dramatic cliff-lined shores is worth an effort to see.
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6. Cycle Southern Spain - Murcia

The cycle ride towards Cieza is something quite special, travelling on a quiet country road, surrounded by the immensity of the Llanos del Cagitán and vast expansive plains. The Pico del Almorchón mountain guides us as we approach the Sierra del Molino and the hilly terrain turns red, otherworldly, before we descend through a tunnel and appear 40 metres above the reservoir, across a deep canyon.
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7. Highlights of Vietnam and Cambodia

Learn to fish like a local in Hoi An. Take a trip on a traditional fishing boat and have a go at fishing by cast-net - an easy and sustainable way to catch your lunch! Combine Hoi An and the wonders of Vietnam with a few days in neighbouring Cambodia, visiting floating villages on Tonle Sap and, of course, the vast temple complex at Angkor.
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8. Jordan Discovery

An authentic Jordanian experience is to queue up in a busy deli and try warm knafeh from the pan. This sugar-syrup soaked cheese dessert is gooey, delicious and worth every calorie. The warmth of the owners’ hospitality and the buzz and humdrum of locals’ animated conversations is something you’ll take away as much as the historic sites.
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9. Family Greek Coast Caique Cruise

Wake up to a new view every morning in the Aegean Sea, swim to your hearts content during the day and head ashore to traditional seaside tavernas every night to enjoy hearty Mediterranean cuisine. Our Greek skipper Thanos and his crew will be happy to show you the ropes and there is ample opportunity to pick up some sailing skills along the way.
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10. South Africa's Garden Route

Take a slow afternoon drive along the tracks of the Addo Elephant National Park and stop to watch zebra, antelope and warthog. That moment you encounter a slow, dignified herd of elephant breaking through the bush is a spine-tingling one. Something about these majestic animals just stuns you to silence, your hairs standing on end.
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