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Walking

Imaginative Traveller's walking, hiking and trekking trips provide you with expert trail guides, accommodation and porters (where necessary); from easy ambles to more testing treks, you bring your legs and a sense of adventure. From the frosted peak of Kilimanjaro and Patagonia’s windswept trails to a more sedate stroll through the rice fields of Vietnam, there’s a calf-stretching trip to suit every level of fitness and expertise. All you have to do is put one foot in front of the other.

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Our Walking trips


TRIP CODE
IBTSG

GROUP TOUR from £1.0E+19 for 0 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- This Expedition is land-based, perfect for those suffering from sea-sickness who don't want to travel the region by cruise ship.
- Be welcomed into a local home to enjoy kaffeemik, a unique Greenlandic tradition and casual celebration where sweets and conversation are served up by the plateful.
- Stay on the edge of the famed Ilulissat Icefjord, watching frosted peaks of icebergs from the shore while you explore the village.

TRIP CODE
IHHXA

GROUP TOUR from £1.0E+19 for 0 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Jump in the saddle and descend from one of the world's highest motorable roads on two wheels.
- Swap peaks for valleys as you raft through 30 kilometres of pristine river featuring Grade III/IV rapids.
- Spend three days trekking through mountain passes to remote villages and monasteries.

TRIP CODE
IZMSPC

GROUP TOUR from £1.0E+19 for 0 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Take a walk through the idyllic coastal city of Porto and understand why the birthplace of fortified wine is renowned for its narrow lanes, charming buildings and delicious cuisine.
- Explore the country’s oldest university when discovering the historic riverfront city of Coimbra – once the capital of Portugal.
- Walk through the secluded Schist Villages, hidden between the mountain slopes, and consider the option of an authentic cooking class run by local residents.

TRIP CODE
ITIXS

GROUP TOUR from £1.0E+19 for 0 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Learn about the Ma’nene death ritual, or the ‘ceremony of cleaning corpses’ – a 900-year- old tradition where the Torajan people dig up and spend time with the dead.
- Traverse some of Indonesia’s most stunning landscapes as you trek well away from the tourist trail, through evergreen valleys and bamboo forests, staying in traditional villages and interacting with locals.
- Soak up the tranquil atmosphere of Ramang Ramang village as you float along the river in a traditional wooden boat, surrounded by the stunning mountainscape and acres of emerald green rice paddies.

TRIP CODE
IBMLP

GROUP TOUR from £345 for 3 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Walk the winding trails between picturesque villages and then hole up at a local pub to try a fittingly named brew from Intrepid Brewing Co.
- Treat yourself one of the town’s famous tarts or puddings in Bakewell and explore the arched bridges, narrow shopping streets and stone cottages.
- Chat with the locals in the village community shop as you take a break from walks through beautiful countryside of farms, woods, and tumbledown remains.

TRIP CODE
IBMLI

GROUP TOUR from £425 for 3 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Stay on a sustainable farm in the heart of Suffolk’s countryside, where you’ll enjoy locally sourced meals cooked on your campfire.
- Enjoy a tour and wine tastings at an award-winning English vineyard.
- Explore the walking trails of the quaint Suffolk countryside, keeping an eye out for local wildlife.

TRIP CODE
IBMLS

GROUP TOUR from £840 for 4 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Discover the flavours of the Highlands with a whisky tasting at one the oldest distilleries in Scotland.
- Explore Loch Leven by bike and take in striking panoramas of the water and surrounding munros.
- Walk through the history of the highlands in Fort William and Inverlochy, equipped with the insider knowledge of your local host.

TRIP CODE
IBMLC

GROUP TOUR from £505 for 4 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Find peace with the relaxing sounds of crashing waves, the smell of salt spray, and a yoga session overlooking the ocean.
- Take bracing walks through the mining history of Cornwall and along dramatic, rugged clifftops, as you reconnect with nature.
- Taste the true flavour of Cornwall with a traditional pasty, after a hike round a headland that lives up to its official designation as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

TRIP CODE
IEELP

GROUP TOUR from £540 for 4 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Visit a Bedouin camp, which provides the local Ammarin tribe with a sustainable income from tourism and is vital for the preservation of Bedouin culture and the natural environment.
- Enjoy dinner with a local village family who used to live in Petra and were moved out of the site after Petra became UNESCO heritage listed.
- Hike along the unique Copper Mines trail in the Dana Biosphere reserve.

TRIP CODE
IXMLO

GROUP TOUR from £280 for 4 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Tap into the nomadic spirit of the Imazighen (Berbers) with a hike through the red earth hills and green-dotted valleys of a place that feels beyond the reach of the modern world.
- Break bread with a local Imazighen family in their village, and get an insight into daily life in the High Atlas region.
- Learn the secrets behind tea, tanorte and tagine with a cooking demonstration and, best of all, feast on the delicious dishes for lunch.

TRIP CODE
IERLF

GROUP TOUR from £590 for 5 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Spend a day on the Mediterranean Sea on a private boat, visiting small islands and swimming in the crystal waters.
- Take part in a Turkish meze cooking class, using food that you’ve picked yourself.
- Learn about how turtles are rehabilitated at a dedicated Sea Turtle rescue centre.

TRIP CODE
EW05JC

GROUP TOUR from £735 for 6 days

HIGHLIGHTS

- Sweeping sea-cliffs, panoramic chalk downs, rich rolling hills, ancient woodlands, meadows and hedgerows
- Incredible variety of wildflowers, birds and butterflies
- Unique history: battle-worn castles, Iron Age forts, WWII bunkers and fossils spanning 185 million years
 
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