Laos & Cambodia Guided Walking Holiday

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Duration: 15 nights
Type: Worldwide Multi-Centre
Walking Grade: 3
from £3,999pp £3,699pp with flights

Enjoy and explore the mystique of ancient and modern worlds across two beautiful countries. The highlight is bound to be the mind-blowing site of Angkor – a sprawling complex of ornately decorated 12th century Buddhist temples. There are also walks in the peaceful Kulen Mountain Range to enjoy and the beautiful Kuang Si Falls. In Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s recent bloody history is recalled and there is also time to enjoy a taste of local life at a market. You’ll also visit grand Luang Prabang, former royal capital of Laos, and spot rare Irrawaddy freshwater dolphins amongst some 4,000 Islands in the mighty Mekong River.

Holiday Highlights

  • Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of Luang Prabang
  • Explore remote Kuang Si falls on foot
  • Learn about coffee processing on Bolaven Plateau
  • Enjoy the peace of the 4000 Islands and spot the Irrawaddy dolphins
  • Walk in the Kulen Mountains
  • Discover the Khmer temples of Angkor Wat

What’s included

  • 16 nights accommodation in en-suite rooms
  • 15 breakfasts, 9 lunches and 4 dinners
  • A full holiday programme led by specialist local guides and an HF Holidays' leader
  • All entrance fees, transport and internal flights
  • Tips

Trip Notes

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On our Guided Walking holidays, our day-by-day descriptions will help you understand where you’ll be exploring and what you’ll be doing. The itineraries are put together carefully to give you the best experience. While every effort will be made to adhere to the described itinerary, we may occasionally vary the sequence shown here or substitute an alternative to suit local conditions or for other operational reasons. In the wake of disruption caused by the Coronavirus outbreak to planning, this is particularly relevant to itineraries in 2021.

Leave the UK for an over night flight to Laos.


We arrive in Luang Prabang, where you will be greeted and transferred to your hotel. After checking in, you have the afternoon to explore the hotel and local area at your leisure.

In the early evening, we head out for a welcome dinner in town and the visit of the night market.

Sada Hotel - Luang Prabang, Laos & Cambodia

Sada Hotel captures the essence of the descendant’s Lao ancestry that subtly appears in its architecture and interior décor. The hotel is located near of the historical place of the city and only few minutes away from the Luang Prabang Airport and the city’s popular Luang Prabang night market.

A Lao traditional style property furnished mainly by real timber and teak wood promoting a real sense of comfort and class. Every piece of furniture in the hotel is exclusively designed and traditionally handmade by Lao craftsmen enhancing the overall local concept. All the 33 rooms guestrooms features private balconies, Air conditioning, fan. Wide screen LCD televisions, WIFI hi-speed Internet and bathrooms with bathtubs.


An early bird? There is an optional dawn visit (5:30am) to witness the lines of orange-robed monks leaving their pagodas to receive offerings of food from Luang Prabang residents.

After breakfast, we tour old Lauang Prabang town by vintage Tuk-tuk. The first stop of this original sightseeing tour is to explore the city of Luang Prabang with the Mekong River as our backdrop, confirming why it holds World Heritage status.

One of our more interesting visits of the morning is to the local market. Just two lanes, this market is used by locals to sell products grown or made at home.

We finish the morning with a drive to Wat Xieng Thong, the largest temple of Laung Prabang Royal City, best known for its impressive Tree of Life mural.

After lunch, we walk to the Mekong River and use a local ferry to reach Ban Xieng Mene . Here we enjoy the quietness of the afternoon, walk through lush green gardens, listen to birds singing and appreciate the pureness of a Lao afternoon stroll to Wat Long Khoun. We then finish with a heart pumping climb up 123 steps to Wat Chomphet, where we’re rewarded with stunning scenic views over Phousi Mountain and the city of Luang Prabang.

Trekking distance: approx. 5 km
Trekking duration: approx. 2,5 hrs
Day grade: Easy

Sada Hotel - Luang Prabang, Laos & Cambodia

Sada Hotel captures the essence of the descendant’s Lao ancestry that subtly appears in its architecture and interior décor. The hotel is located near of the historical place of the city and only few minutes away from the Luang Prabang Airport and the city’s popular Luang Prabang night market.

A Lao traditional style property furnished mainly by real timber and teak wood promoting a real sense of comfort and class. Every piece of furniture in the hotel is exclusively designed and traditionally handmade by Lao craftsmen enhancing the overall local concept. All the 33 rooms guestrooms features private balconies, Air conditioning, fan. Wide screen LCD televisions, WIFI hi-speed Internet and bathrooms with bathtubs.


Today we leave Luang Prabang behind, and head out to Ban Long Lao, (Hmong minority village). As we wander, we’ll learn more about life in this rural lowland Lao and Hmong community. Our hiking leads us through paddy fields before entering dense mixed growth jungle with a remarkable diversity of tree species. After an undulating hike through the forest, we reach Kuang Si Waterfall, where water tumbles over tiered limestone formations into crystal clear pools ideal for escaping the heat. Between cooling off in the pools, you can explore the lush forest setting around the falls. At the famous Kuang Si Waterfall, a short walk brings you down to the pool at the bottom of the waterfall with time for a swim or to enjoy relaxing by the water’s edge. There’s also the chance to visit the ‘Free the Bear Project’.

Trekking distance: approx. 7.5 miles/ 12km
Trekking duration: approx. 3-4hrs
Day grade: Moderate
Ascent: 600ft/185m

Sada Hotel - Luang Prabang, Laos & Cambodia

Sada Hotel captures the essence of the descendant’s Lao ancestry that subtly appears in its architecture and interior décor. The hotel is located near of the historical place of the city and only few minutes away from the Luang Prabang Airport and the city’s popular Luang Prabang night market.

A Lao traditional style property furnished mainly by real timber and teak wood promoting a real sense of comfort and class. Every piece of furniture in the hotel is exclusively designed and traditionally handmade by Lao craftsmen enhancing the overall local concept. All the 33 rooms guestrooms features private balconies, Air conditioning, fan. Wide screen LCD televisions, WIFI hi-speed Internet and bathrooms with bathtubs.


Enjoy a morning cruising up Mekong River to Pak Beng, taking in the beautiful countryside as you pass. We stop on the way to visit Pak Ou cave and possibly some of the numerous villages for a leisurely walk around. This is the perfect chance to learn more about the Laos villagers of the upper northern Mekong River.

Sanctuary Pakbeng Lodge - Pak Beng, Laos & Cambodia

Sanctuary Hotels and Resorts is an award winning 3* hotel group. Sitting on the banks of the Mekong, the Sanctuary Pakbeng Lodge is midway between the World Heritage Town of Luang Prabang, and Huay Xai, the main border crossing between northern Thailand and northern Laos.

The Lodge has 20 superior rooms, in two buildings bordering the Mekong. Decorated with bamboo, Hmong wall hangings, and with parquet floors of rosewood, they have a traditional feel. The en-suite bathrooms have hot showers. Each room has a large, private balcony with a coffee table and deckchairs, overlooking the Mekong. From this vantage point, you have a great view of the last boats returning to port, while the sun dips behind the mountains at the river's edge.


In contrast to river life, today we soak up some genuine mountainous culture and atmosphere as we tread lightly between the town of Pak Beng and some remote ethnic villages.

We reach Ban Houey Ka village in the late morning and indulge in a picnic lunch on the riverbank near the village. In the afternoon, our walk takes us through magnificent countryside to another Khamu village before we return to the town and close our day with a visit to its temple.

Trekking duration: approx. 5-6 hrs
Day grade: Easy

Sanctuary Pakbeng Lodge - Pak Beng, Laos & Cambodia

Sanctuary Hotels and Resorts is an award winning 3* hotel group. Sitting on the banks of the Mekong, the Sanctuary Pakbeng Lodge is midway between the World Heritage Town of Luang Prabang, and Huay Xai, the main border crossing between northern Thailand and northern Laos.

The Lodge has 20 superior rooms, in two buildings bordering the Mekong. Decorated with bamboo, Hmong wall hangings, and with parquet floors of rosewood, they have a traditional feel. The en-suite bathrooms have hot showers. Each room has a large, private balcony with a coffee table and deckchairs, overlooking the Mekong. From this vantage point, you have a great view of the last boats returning to port, while the sun dips behind the mountains at the river's edge.


Today we head deep into the wilderness of North Laos. Departing Pakbeng, we hit the road to the Northeast towards Oudomxay province and Muang Xay town. Here we visit a temple and enjoy some nice views over the surroundings before continuing to our lodge. Nested in what feels like the middle of nowhere, this is a perfect base for fun outdoor activities.

Namkat Yorlapa - Oudomxay, Laos & Cambodia

The luxury resort’s design draws heavily from the architectural and cultural influences of the historic Oudomxay region. Namkat Yorla Pa offers some of the world’s most spacious accommodations, from our beautiful setting to our acclaimed restaurants and outstanding spa.

We stay in superior rooms which are modernly furnished with 2 twin beds with private bathroom, with walk-in shower and private balcony.


Today we explore the region further with a walk across the Namkat rain forest. It’s an exciting adventure which includes walking over a total of 13 flying bridges hanging deep in the lush jungle. We will stop by a scenic waterfall for a well-deserved picnic lunch and, if you fancy it, a refreshing dip in the natural pools.

In the afternoon, we continue walking in the shade of some giant trees until we reach the meeting point with our vehicle to transfer back to the hotel.

Trekking distance: approx. 15km
Trekking duration: approx. 6.5hrs
Day grade: Easy

Namkat Yorlapa - Oudomxay, Laos & Cambodia

The luxury resort’s design draws heavily from the architectural and cultural influences of the historic Oudomxay region. Namkat Yorla Pa offers some of the world’s most spacious accommodations, from our beautiful setting to our acclaimed restaurants and outstanding spa.

We stay in superior rooms which are modernly furnished with 2 twin beds with private bathroom, with walk-in shower and private balcony.


After breakfast, we depart to Luang Prabang which will take approx 5 hours. We stop on the way to visit Ban Nayang village, where traditional weaving techniques are preserved for generations. Meet the craftsmen and observe them at work as we explore the village. When we reach our hotel in Luang Prabang, you’ll have time on your own to go stroll around the peninsula or relax at the hotel.

Sada Hotel - Luang Prabang, Laos & Cambodia

Sada Hotel captures the essence of the descendant’s Lao ancestry that subtly appears in its architecture and interior décor. The hotel is located near of the historical place of the city and only few minutes away from the Luang Prabang Airport and the city’s popular Luang Prabang night market.

A Lao traditional style property furnished mainly by real timber and teak wood promoting a real sense of comfort and class. Every piece of furniture in the hotel is exclusively designed and traditionally handmade by Lao craftsmen enhancing the overall local concept. All the 33 rooms guestrooms features private balconies, Air conditioning, fan. Wide screen LCD televisions, WIFI hi-speed Internet and bathrooms with bathtubs.


Enjoy a morning of leisure. Around midday, we transfer to the airport for your flight to Siem Reap. Upon arrival, your local guide and driver will welcome you and take you to a beautiful hotel right in Siem Reap’s center. Check-in and make yourself comfortable before gathering in the lobby where the guide will be waiting for you.

Tonight, we enjoy the vibe of Siem Reap’s old quarter on a walking orientation tour. Our guide will take us to the riverbank and the old market, venturing along some narrow alleys filled with shops, cafés and restaurants with the time to stop and try some local foods along the way.

Shinta Mani Resort, Siem Reap - Laos & Cambodia

The Shinta Mani Resort is a newly renovated boutique property centrally located in the leafy French Quarter between The Royal Gardens and the Old Market Area just 15 minutes from Angkor Wat. The courtyard-style resort’s 62 rooms enjoy direct access or first floor balcony views to the stunning swimming pool and flourishing tropical gardens.


Get your camera ready for a day filled with amazing sights and experiences as we explore the UNESCO World Heritage site and temples of Angkor, where we visit the most-wanted temples of Angkor Park.

We explore the ancient city of Angkor Thom, surrounded by an 8m high wall. Angkor Thom was the last capital of the Great Khmer Empire under the reign of Jayavarman VII. Continuing to Bayon Temple in the exact centre of the city, this 12th century masterpiece is a study in grandeur, its exterior gallery walls featuring extensive, superb bas-reliefs, particularly the East and South Galleries.

We also visit the Ta Prohm Temple which, unlike most other Angkor temples, has been left just it was when rediscovered: a photogenic and atmospheric maze of trees growing out of temple ruins amidst jungle surroundings, making it one of Angkor's most popular temples with visitors.

In the afternoon there is the opportunity to further explore Angkor Wat, easily the most famous and best-preserved of all temples within the Angkor complex. It is a massive three-tiered structure crowned by five lotus-like towers rising 65 meters from ground level. The centerpiece of any visit to the temples around Siem Reap, Angkor Wat offers many iconic sights for amazing pictures.

This evening enjoy a special treat with a performance from PHARE, the Cambodian Circus. They have long been famous for their performances, and teaching streetkids to become circus artists is a regular at international circus conventions worldwide. Enjoy their interpretations of modern life and issues in Cambodian society.

Trekking distance: approx. 3-5 miles/ 6- 8Km
Trekking duration: approx. 3 hours
Day grade: easy, flat walking. To climb the temples for the views, you will need to climb stairs. 

Shinta Mani Resort, Siem Reap - Laos & Cambodia

The Shinta Mani Resort is a newly renovated boutique property centrally located in the leafy French Quarter between The Royal Gardens and the Old Market Area just 15 minutes from Angkor Wat. The courtyard-style resort’s 62 rooms enjoy direct access or first floor balcony views to the stunning swimming pool and flourishing tropical gardens.


We drive to the Kulen Mountain Range, approximately 60km from Siem Reap. Phnom Kulen is considered by Khmers to be the most sacred mountain in Cambodia and is a popular place of pilgrimage during weekends and festivals.

A small Wat at the summit of the mountain houses a large Buddha carved into the very sandstone boulder on which the structure is built. Arriving at the top, we move by foot on trails leading to the area's hidden villages. Enjoy the natural jungle setting while exploring the hidden remains of the Khmer Empire, such as life size elephant statues. Back from the jungle, we have the opportunity to visit a waterfall and take a refreshing dip in its pool.

Trekking distance: approx. 6.2 miles/11Km
Trekking duration: approx. 3-4hours
Ascent: 430ft/130m ascent
Day grade: Moderate

Shinta Mani Resort, Siem Reap - Laos & Cambodia

The Shinta Mani Resort is a newly renovated boutique property centrally located in the leafy French Quarter between The Royal Gardens and the Old Market Area just 15 minutes from Angkor Wat. The courtyard-style resort’s 62 rooms enjoy direct access or first floor balcony views to the stunning swimming pool and flourishing tropical gardens.


We catch a morning flight to Sihanoukville. Upon arrival we are transferred to the heart of the wild Cardamom Mountains. It’s an approx 2.5-hour drive to the North and the lands of the Trapeang Rung’s community. Freshen up at the lodge before embarking for the hour’s trip over the Preak Tachan River to the hidden Cardamom Tented Camp. Make yourself comfortable in your private safari-style tent. Follow the guide on an exploratory hike in the jungle around the camp, the diversity of the fauna will amaze you.

Later on, chill at the riverside restaurant as the sun sets over Botum Sakor.

Cardamom Tented Camp - Koh Kong, Laos & Cambodia

The eco-camp is equipped with nine comfortable safari-style tents located inside Botum Sakor National Park that minimize the human footprint on nature and promote sustainable tourism. Each of the nine tents provides visitors with a fully-enclosed and mosquito-protected 32.6m² canvas tent. In-tent amenities include Twin, Double or Triple beds; standing fans; bamboo and rattan furniture; bathroom facilities with hot water, rain showers, and locally-sourced soaps and shampoos; and spacious patios with sun chairs.

This camp, which opened in November 2017, sees a percentage of its revenues go directly to Wildlife Alliance and its conservation efforts in the park. Any additional profits are then reinvested locally. Wildlife Alliance is also supported by the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation, an initiative of The Minor Group.


After an early breakfast, Wildlife Alliance Rangers will meet us and, together with an English speaking guide, embark on a patrol over a network of abandoned poaching and logging trails through the dense forest. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife like Macaque, Gibbon or Hornbill.

The half day trip will stop by the Ranger Station, where confiscated snares, traps and improvised hunting rifles are on display. After taking lunch at the station, you can choose to use one of the kayaks, or hike back to the camp.

Cardamom Tented Camp - Koh Kong, Laos & Cambodia

The eco-camp is equipped with nine comfortable safari-style tents located inside Botum Sakor National Park that minimize the human footprint on nature and promote sustainable tourism. Each of the nine tents provides visitors with a fully-enclosed and mosquito-protected 32.6m² canvas tent. In-tent amenities include Twin, Double or Triple beds; standing fans; bamboo and rattan furniture; bathroom facilities with hot water, rain showers, and locally-sourced soaps and shampoos; and spacious patios with sun chairs.

This camp, which opened in November 2017, sees a percentage of its revenues go directly to Wildlife Alliance and its conservation efforts in the park. Any additional profits are then reinvested locally. Wildlife Alliance is also supported by the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation, an initiative of The Minor Group.


Enjoy breakfast at your leisure. If you are an early riser, there are plenty of self-guided hiking trails around the camp, or other activities such as the early morning wildlife boat ride which can be arranged with the guide.

Mid-morning we board the boat back to Trapeang Rung, then head towards Phnom Penh (approx. 4-5 hours), the capital of Cambodia.

Aquarius Hotel & Urban Resort - Phnom Penh, Laos & Cambodia

Splurge into an authentic Cambodian escape at Aquarius Hotel and Urban Resort. This modern serenity of calm is nestled in the heart of Phnom Penh surrounded by the famous and momentous landmarks.

The hotels have an infinity glass walled; salt-water swimming pool with an open air sky bar and restaurant overlooking the charming city of Phnom Penh.


Phnom Penh is an Asian capital; the kind of destination you need to scratch the surface and explore beyond its classic sites to really know what it’s made of. Get ready for a fun and experiential day around some popular but also lesser known corners of the city. The guide picks us up at the hotel and we take off by local remork to an off-center district. Have a coffee on the street, visit a true local market, wander around narrow alleys and immerse yourself into some fascinating daily life. A van loaded with bicycles will pick us up and take us on a ferry to a big island of the Mekong River. There we start a 15-kilometer ride on a small concrete road around the island; the opportunity to soak up a bit of rural life just outside Phnom Penh and to visit a silk weaving workshop.

We stop for lunch at a local home and are hosted by a charming couple of islanders. We return to the city afterwards and will devote some time to dive into History at the Tuol Sleng museum.

We end the day with a stroll in the garden complex of the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda before ending our journey in style. Following our exploration of the city, we hop on a small wooden boat for a sunset cruise. Make yourself comfortable while the boat goes gently along the Tonle River. Our final dinner is on the other side of the river, a floating lounge and restaurant, which offers unique views over the city’s skyline. Sip a cocktail while the chef preps the barbecue.

Aquarius Hotel & Urban Resort - Phnom Penh, Laos & Cambodia

Splurge into an authentic Cambodian escape at Aquarius Hotel and Urban Resort. This modern serenity of calm is nestled in the heart of Phnom Penh surrounded by the famous and momentous landmarks.

The hotels have an infinity glass walled; salt-water swimming pool with an open air sky bar and restaurant overlooking the charming city of Phnom Penh.


We have the morning at leisure before transferring to the airport for the flight home.


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Sada Hotel - Luang Prabang, Laos & Cambodia

Sada Hotel captures the essence of the descendant’s Lao ancestry that subtly appears in its architecture and interior décor. The hotel is located near of the historical place of the city and only few minutes away from the Luang Prabang Airport and the city’s popular Luang Prabang night market. A Lao traditional style property furnished mainly by real timber and teak wood promoting a real sense of comfort and class. Every piece of furniture in the hotel is exclusively designed and traditionally handmade by Lao craftsmen enhancing the overall local concept. All the 33 rooms guestrooms features private balconies, Air conditioning, fan. Wide screen LCD televisions, WIFI hi-speed Internet and bathrooms with bathtubs.

Sanctuary Pakbeng Lodge - Pak Beng, Laos & Cambodia

Sanctuary Hotels and Resorts is an award winning 3* hotel group. Sitting on the banks of the Mekong, the Sanctuary Pakbeng Lodge is midway between the World Heritage Town of Luang Prabang, and Huay Xai, the main border crossing between northern Thailand and northern Laos. The Lodge has 20 superior rooms, in two buildings bordering the Mekong. Decorated with bamboo, Hmong wall hangings, and with parquet floors of rosewood, they have a traditional feel. The en-suite bathrooms have hot showers. Each room has a large, private balcony with a coffee table and deckchairs, overlooking the Mekong. From this vantage point, you have a great view of the last boats returning to port, while the sun dips behind the mountains at the river's edge.

Namkat Yorlapa - Oudomxay, Laos & Cambodia

The luxury resort’s design draws heavily from the architectural and cultural influences of the historic Oudomxay region. Namkat Yorla Pa offers some of the world’s most spacious accommodations, from our beautiful setting to our acclaimed restaurants and outstanding spa. We stay in superior rooms which are modernly furnished with 2 twin beds with private bathroom, with walk-in shower and private balcony.

Shinta Mani Resort, Siem Reap - Laos & Cambodia

The Shinta Mani Resort is a newly renovated boutique property centrally located in the leafy French Quarter between The Royal Gardens and the Old Market Area just 15 minutes from Angkor Wat. The courtyard-style resort’s 62 rooms enjoy direct access or first floor balcony views to the stunning swimming pool and flourishing tropical gardens.

Cardamom Tented Camp - Koh Kong, Laos & Cambodia

The eco-camp is equipped with nine comfortable safari-style tents located inside Botum Sakor National Park that minimize the human footprint on nature and promote sustainable tourism. Each of the nine tents provides visitors with a fully-enclosed and mosquito-protected 32.6m² canvas tent. In-tent amenities include Twin, Double or Triple beds; standing fans; bamboo and rattan furniture; bathroom facilities with hot water, rain showers, and locally-sourced soaps and shampoos; and spacious patios with sun chairs. This camp, which opened in November 2017, sees a percentage of its revenues go directly to Wildlife Alliance and its conservation efforts in the park. Any additional profits are then reinvested locally. Wildlife Alliance is also supported by the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation, an initiative of The Minor Group.

Aquarius Hotel & Urban Resort - Phnom Penh, Laos & Cambodia

Splurge into an authentic Cambodian escape at Aquarius Hotel and Urban Resort. This modern serenity of calm is nestled in the heart of Phnom Penh surrounded by the famous and momentous landmarks. The hotels have an infinity glass walled; salt-water swimming pool with an open air sky bar and restaurant overlooking the charming city of Phnom Penh.

What to Bring

Essential Equipment

As you’ll be carrying your own luggage at airports and between your transport and hotels we recommend you try to keep your luggage to a minimum. These items are a general suggestion of what to pack for an active outdoor and walking holiday; depending on your destination, you may need more of some things and less – or none! – of others. You’ll know best what you prefer to wear when out walking or while taking part in other outdoor activities.

  • Please ensure you have access to emergency funds should you need them; carrying a credit card is probably the most convenient method.
  • Passport (and copies); booking confirmation; insurance cover note; HF Holidays’ registration form.
  • Walking boots (worn in), with good ankle support and spare bootlaces
  • Walking socks
  • Walking sandals
  • Lightweight fleece, waterproof trousers and jacket
  • Shorts and short-sleeved t-shirts
  • Long trousers and long-sleeved lightcoloured shirts with collars to protect from the sun. Your clothing should ideally be pre-treated with insect repellent and in-built sun protection (available from specialist clothing stores such as Rohan, Cotswold Outdoor).
  • Warm fleece, scarf/buff hat and gloves
  • Torch
  • Comfortable clothes and shoes for evenings and sightseeing
  • Sun protection – sun hat, sunglasses, high factor sunscreen and lip protection
  • Water bottle – at least 2-litre capacity
  • Lightweight survival bag
  • Small/medium rucksack (30 litre) and a liner or cover to keep contents dry
  • Insect repellent
  • Universal travel plug
  • Personal first aid kit including: personal medication, tissues, plasters, blister kit, painkillers, antiseptic wipes, Imodium, rehydration sachets
  • Trekking poles (especially if you find these useful for descents); camera; umbrella; binoculars; high energy food bars. Please note that the HF Holidays’ leader reserves the right to refuse to take any guest on a walk should they consider that a lack of suitable clothing/footwear may affect safety

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All holidays are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.
Prices based on two people sharing. Supplements may apply.
Non-member fee: £20 per person.

These departure dates can be booked with flights or as land only holiday options. All packages that include flights are ATOL protected. Advertised flight prices are based on UK flights departing from London. Regional departures and/or connections to London, if available, can be requested. Cabin upgrades may also be available on request.

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2021
13 Feb - 02 Mar
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Important Information

  • Single room supplement: £47 per night
Duration:
15 nights
Type:
Worldwide Multi-Centre
Walking Grade:
3

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