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Croatia Coast and Islands

By: Graham & Irene Taggart, Isle of Man, UK

The holiday was everything we expected and more. The country is beautiful and the people very friendly. The scenery is stunning and the diversity makes it very interesting. The standard of accommodation was much better that we initially expected.

Transylvania Traverse - Trekking in Romania

By: Pam Smith, UK

Lovely guides, well organised picnics from local team and great transport drivers. Although the walking was sometime hard going, our leader was always looking out for us and sorting us out with food and water. She was an excellent guide. The mountains were fantastic and I really enjoyed walking and getting to the top of Moldoveanu. The food was good even in the huts, but we were all very tired on the night in Brasov and would have enjoyed our meal more if it had been in a quite restaurant rather than a noisy tourist one. It would be good to take a flag with the group to take photo's on Moldeveanu Peak as it's that sort of mountain where everyone celebrates.

Patagonia Paine Circuit

By: Angela Campbell, Cumbria, UK

Thank you for everything - I always feel safe travelling via k.e.

Toubkal Weekend - The Ultimate Morocco Short Break

By: Jonathan Warden, Wakefield, UK

We had a combination of hotel and refuge accommodation which for the price were excellent. The support crew were superb and on time with everything. The trip was only 4 days so the itinerary pace could be as expected, everything ran on time and very smoothly.Most enjoyed the country, the trip guide Mustapha (did a great job) & the food. The organisation was good, leaving us to just concentrate on walking, we felt like V.I.P's. Thanks for a great trip.

Trekking across the High Atlas

By: Sharon Jackson, London, UK

Around every corner there was a completely different view... gorgeous scenery. And I loved getting to learn more about the Berber people. Hamid was an excellent guide. He is able to offer great practical support and is very diligent in ensuring everyone's needs are met. What a star!

Tour del Gran Paradiso

By: Nick Bentley, Huddersfield

The trip met and at times exceeded all personal expectations and it was a pleasure to climb with Klemen Gricar as lead guide. His knowledge and experience are incredible. Assistant guide Rocio Siemens was also great.

Having stayed in tea houses on treks, the mountain refuges were much better than expected. The base accommodation of Yeti Lodge was superb, in a great location with great facilities. The catering at Yeti was also superb!

Inca Trail and Machu Picchu

By: Michael Pate, Angus, Scotland

No problems at all, information all good. Professional.

Trip leader was really fantasitc, friendly and informative quickly understood the needs of the group and taliored accordingly.

Exceeded my expectations by a considerable margin. One of the guys I worked with took the trip with KE some years back and passed KE details with a high recomendation - he was right.

Machu Picchu and the Salkantay Trail

By: Ian Roberts, England

Everything was great and it was a amusing when the driver made the sign of the cross before and after negotiating a difficult corner on the mountain pass.

Trekking holiday in Nicaragua's Fire Mountains

By: Peter Clague, Isle of Man, UK

Oliver was an excellent Leader. Knowledgeable, informative, helpful, responsive, supportive, great manner and helped everyone 'gell' into a cohesive group. We all enjoyed both his and the 2nd guide, Javier's skill and leadership throughout.

The beautiful landscape in general, the friendliness of the Nicaraguans (especially on isolated farmsteads and working in the fields), the superb volcanic cones, the challenges they set me to climb them (and descend again!) and the old Spanish Colonial buildings in Granada & Leon.

Brazils Highest Waterfall Trek

By: Stephen Guthrie, Nottingham, UK

This has been a very enjoyable trip. Like all good adventures too short in duration. It would have been nice to have extended it by another week, having more time to look around on the tepui. This was a really well run trip and for me it is all what adventure travel is all about, out into the wilderness, living off fresh fish from the rivers, wild fruit from the trees, good drinking water, open camp fires every day for two weeks. This was my fourth time with hammocks and I still rate them as the most comfortable type of wilderness sleeping. The local crew that Wolfgang hired were all highly skilled and fully capable for this type of adventure. The service boat from Manaus to Barcelos a very good experience, the pre expedition site seeing tours also extremely enjoyable. There is still much to see on this tepui. Follow the river up from the waterfall up to the highest point around and climb it. I believe it is so far unclimbed. Perhaps two weeks addition for this, it would cost a lot more and probably involve having a third boat to bring extra supplies. I don't usually do write -ups, but I felt I had to in this instance; such was my enjoyment of the trip.

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