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Nepal’s Royal Annapurna: What’s it Like?

Take the noble road to adventure on our Royal Annapurna Trek into the heart-stopping majestic Himalayas. This 7-day adventure to the world's highest lands gets its name from Prince Charles, who became one of the first outside visitors to make the trek through the farming villages of Kalikasthan and the gentle foothills north of the Pokhara Valley.…
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Discover Bolivia: What’s it Like?

Explore the lost treasure of the Spanish Empire. A visit to this legendary outpost on the Andean Plateau begins with a tour of the old colonial grandeur of La Paz, Bolivia's enchanting capital city. In the days that follow, you will revel in the natural beauty and ancient atmosphere of this peaceful, cultured land. From…
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Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro: Trail Conditions

The trails on Mount Kilimanjaro are well marked and maintained. Technical skills are not required on our routes. There are only a couple spots where scrambling (climbing on hands and feet) is required, such as the Barranco Wall, the Western Breach approach (now closed) and optional Lava Tower climb. The path to and from Uhuru…
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The Uganda and Rwanda Safari Experience

OUR VEHICLES On our traditional safaris, clients travel inside a 4-wheel drive Toyota Land Cruiser with a pop-up style roof, which allows you to stand up in the vehicle and view animals unobstructed. The Land Cruiser can seat seven people comfortably. Land Cruisers are the undoubtedly the best vehicles for safaris, and are used exclusively…
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How to Pre-Acclimatize to Nepal’s High Altitude?

Everyone can benefit from using altitude training systems to pre-acclimatize to the high altitude. Altitude training systems work by simulating the high altitudes found in Nepal. The altitude training system reduces the percentage of oxygen in the air you breathe. Through regular use, the body undergoes physiological changes to cope with the lower oxygen level.…
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