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Packed with adventure, these tours offer inspiring destinations and authentic travel experiences at a reasonable price. Using all kinds of transport and accommodation, we’ll take you off the beaten track to discover the true heart of the people and places you visit.
Travelling in small groups is more flexible and allows us to be less conspicuous: we travel and eat with the local people, stay in smaller, family-run hotels and visit places inaccessible to larger groups.
These moderately paced tours provide some busy days with plenty of experiences to enjoy, as well as time to relax along the way.
The information below is intended to assist you as you consider your travel options with Explore. In addition to the detailed itinerary each trip has been supported with some useful information to provide you with an overview of your accommodation & meals, all things money, passports, visas, vaccinations, insurance, clothing, personal equipment and much more to help you with your travel preparations.
Each departure date has it's own dedicated trip note, detailing all you need to know about that trip. Whether you've already booked, or weighing up your options, please choose carefully the relevant itinerary for you.
We have the following different versions of the Cape Town to Victoria Falls Adventure trip available at present.
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Please refer to the tour notes where the single room option availability is detailed on a night by night basis for this tour, and the price for the available nights is detailed on the dates & prices tab by departure date.
For Self-Guided trips the Single Room supplement offers the option of a single room each and is charged per person. The Single Room supplement also applies to the third person in a party of three that will be accommodated in a single room.
Security Charge - With effect from 1 January 2011 the National Airports Corporation has added a Security Charge to all departing passengers payable at all NACL airports in Zambia. Cost is US $5 per person for international flights. Fees can be paid in US Dollars or Kwacha equivalent or any other major currency.
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You will need some extra money to cover meals and drinks not included in the trip price, any optional sightseeing, souvenirs and items of a personal nature such as laundry.
The costs for meals may vary depending upon location, type of restaurant and number of courses eaten and so the prices given are an average guide.Local restaurants located off the beaten track may be less expensive, whereas an upmarket restaurant located in the centre of a major city may charge more.
Lunch £: 6.00
Dinner £: 12.00
Lunch £: 15.00
Dinner £: 20.00
Lunch £: 8.00
Dinner £: 15.00
Lunch £: 6.00
Dinner £: 10.00
The prices for drinks can vary greatly depending upon location and the prices detailed below are an average guide. In general you would expect that drinks purchased in a supermarket or local bar to be less expensive, whilst drinks in an upmarket bar or restaurant may be more expensive.
Bottle of Beer £: 1.20
Water £: 1.00
Area Text: South Africa is celebrated, first and foremost, for its incredible natural beauty. It has some of the most varied and extreme environments in the world, from iconic Table Mountain and the acacia-studded plains of Kruger National Park to the tropical beaches of KwaZulu Natal and the sweeping emptiness of the Kalahari Desert. It's a top-rate safari destination and many visitors come here to see the Big Five - the collective term for the big-bucks players of wildlife spotting: elephant, rhino, buffalo, leopard and lion. But there are numerous other equally interesting animals, birds and marine life species and the choice of excellent parks and reserves across the country virtually guarantees sightings. Being outdoors is very much a way of life here and South Africa has become a major playground for the fast and furious, offering some of the wildest and best organized adventure sports in the world. It has varied environments to cater for a wide range of activities, which has encouraged an ever-expanding market for sports fanatics. You can try just about anything here, from bungee jumping to scuba diving, hiking to mountain biking. For something more refined, South African wines are fast finding their way in the international market, and the Western Cape Winelands are a beautiful region in which to taste them. Within a few hours' drive of Cape Town are hundreds of estates that have opened up their cellar, providing tastings and meals in a classic Cape Dutch setting. South Africa's history is compelling too, from the early hunter-gatherers to the arrival of the Europeans, the Boer War and the more recent breakdown of Apartheid, reflected in the cave paintings, colonial architecture, lively townships, moving battlefields and contemporary museums. The country's vibrant cities are home to a fascinating mix of cultures, religions and ethnicities. There's the fast-paced sophistication of Johannesburg and Tshwane (Pretoria), the steamy humidity and spicy Indian influence of Durban, or the spectacular setting and quirky beach-side hedonism of Cape Town. These have numerous exciting urban attractions as well as the best eating and shopping opportunities on the African continent. In short, the choice of destinations, activities and itineraries is virtually inexhaustible, so careful planning is needed to make best use of your time. South Africa has more to offer than you could ever hope to manage in one trip.
Bottle of Beer £: 1.50
Water £: 0.80
Area Text: Exposed to the mercy of the elements, Namibia's landscapes are not what you expect to find in Africa. Deserts, tortured rock, open plains and a bleak and eerie coastline that for much of the year is bathed in thick fog. The country is dominated by the brooding Namib Desert, a vast expanse of unspoilt wilderness, where the world's highest sand dunes march determinedly towards the sea in a dune field 300 km wide. Despite its hostile environment, Namibia is home to a wealth of African animals and birds - best seen at the shimmering white Etosha Pan. This is the last place on earth that the black rhino roam free, and it's the only home of the desert elephant, and 25% of the world's cheetah stalk the arid plains. Namibia is one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world with only 1.8 million people occupying over 800,000 sq km. It is a land divided between old and new. While many still dwell in traditional homesteads, hunting and herding their livestock, the towns and cities are clean and modern, with a fully developed infrastructure. Windhoek is as sleek as any European city and the quirky seaside town of Swakopmund, with its pastel-coloured turrets, comes as a delightful surprise on the barren coast. Namibia is better off than many other countries in the region, particularly because of its diamond wealth. The government is forward thinking and efficient, health and education standards are far higher than in neighbouring countries, and there have been some very successful conservation projects in recent years. Namibia has more to offer than you could ever see on one trip. There is a staggering and ever-expanding array of destinations, activities, sightseeing and experiences, and it is becoming an increasingly accessible place to visit. Namibia's greatest attraction is the magnificent natural beauty not only of its game reserves and national parks, but also its remote and beautiful deserts and gravel plains. The towns too are worth a visit for the excellent shops and restaurants, and the opportunity to learn about some of Namibia's colonial history on display in the museums and reflected in the architecture. Adventure junkies will be well rewarded with the numerous adrenalin activities on offer such as sand boarding. Whatever your interests, the opportunities to enjoy the wild beauty of this empty, ancient land are almost limitless.
Bottle of Beer £: 1.50
Water £: 0.75
Area Text: Beautiful Botswana is Africa's triumph. Not only does it deliver in terms of wildlife - spotting the 'big five' is pretty much assured on any safari - the country has the one of the highest rates of economic growth in the world and it's transparent, democratic government is the envy of many Africans. It has transformed from one of the most underdeveloped nations in Africa to its most successful and stable and the main reason for this can be found underground. Botswana's rich diamond reserves are 50% owned by the government, and the trickle down affect is palatable. Consequently, and unlike other African countries, Botswana hasn't had the urgent need to develop tourism for the sake of revenue, meaning that low-impact, eco-tourism is high on the agenda. Landlocked Botswana, whose landmass is roughly the same size as France, is dominated by the Kalahari Desert, a vast semi-arid expanse inhabited by the legendary Kalahari Bushmen. It is characterised by vast open savannahs and abundant wildlife - affording a once in a lifetime 'Out of Africa' experience. In the north, the Okavango River gushes in from neighbouring Namibia to form the Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta in the world and an unsurpassable destination for game viewing, birding watching or just taking its majestic, varied scenery. In the remote, flat Central Kalahari Game Reserve you could spot herds of giraffes and wildebeests wading through the golden, waist high grass whilst the Makgadikgadi Game Reserve has the largest collective of saltpans in the world. Its fringe is dotted with weirdly wonderful giant baobab trees (including the famous 'Chapman's Baobab', an ancient tree, 25m in circumference, that was once used as a navigation beacon by early explorers) and authentic villages, whilst the pans are flocked with countless flamingos, cloaking them in bright pink. Another major destination is Chobe National Park - a vast wilderness of floodplains, swamps and woodland. The Chobe River on its northern periphery is a lifeline for elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, sables, impalas, baboons and predators such as lions. Culturally, Botswana also has much to offer. There are many village homesteads set up for the visitor, where you will be able to view traditional arts and crafts, dancing and other activities. The county's capital Gaborone is a modern urban centre with gleaming new skyscrapers, malls, cinemas and museums - testament to Botswana's industrial and economic success yet only a short distance away from its unspoilt rural beauty.
Bottle of Beer £: 1.50
Water £: 0.50
Area Text: Though making news for all the wrong reasons in recent years, Zimbabwe was once, and will be again, among the principal tourist destinations in Southern Africa. A modest-sized, landlocked country situated between the tropic of Capricorn and the Equator, with a gorgeous climate, friendly people and a wide spectrum of landscapes and attractions, it can hardly be otherwise. Zimbabwe began life after independence in 1980, with one of the best transport and communication infrastructures in Africa, a solid industrial base, a thriving tourism industry, and with towns and cities that were ordered, safe and well maintained. While this is manifestly no longer the case as a result of the country's troubled political and economic woes in the last decade or so, Zimbabwe still has well-protected national parks and a network of lodges and hotels that, even in the midst of the crisis, offer world-class standards of accommodation and service. A side-effect is that mass-tourism is not present, unlike other parts of Africa. The country's principal attraction, however, is its natural environment. No visit to Zimbabwe is complete without seeing the Victoria Falls, where the mighty Zambezi spills dramatically into the Batoka Gorge. The energy and power of an almost 2-km-wide body of water crashing into the gorge 100 m below is a truly spectacular sight. The country offers one of the African continent's finest and largest concentrations of wildlife - most people visit in pursuit of the Big Five - and more than 11% of Zimbabwe's land has been set aside as parks and game reserves. Zimbabwe's largest national park, Hwange, covers the easternmost edge of the Kalahari and is home to a staggering 75,000 elephants. Whilst the journey may be rough on the parks' bumpy and slippery roads, there is a wide range of locations in which to watch game. And you are not confined to the back of Land Rover; walking, horse riding, canoeing and even elephant-back safaris are all on offer. Zimbabwe's modern difficulties have never affected tourists, and now that the country's reputation for stability is improving in leaps and bounds, tourism in Zimbabwe is flourishing once again. Wherever you go in Zimbabwe, ordinary people very much welcome travellers to the country.
Sesriem - Balloon Flight: N$3950. (Please note all bookings for this activity must be booked direct with the provider Namib Sky Adventure, www.namibsky.com/contact.php)
Swakopmund - Walvis Bay Boat Cruise: N$500, Scenic Flight: N$2200 - 5500 depending on numbers.
Victoria Falls - Whitewater rafting half day US$ 140, full day US$ 160 (seasonal); Upper Zambezi canoeing half day uS$ 105, full day US$ 135; Zambezi river cruises sunset US$ 60, sunset & dinner US$ 75; Helicopter for 30 mins flight US$ 300pp; Abseiling half day US$ 110, full day US$ 130; Game drives US$ 55pp for 2.5 hours; Livingstone tour US$ 45; Cultural village tour US$ 45pp (including transfers).
In order to make things easier for you, the Tour Leaders may organise a group’s tips kitty and if this is the case, they will account for it throughout the tour.
Major Language: Afrikaans, English
ATM Availability: Cash can be drawn on debit cards from ATM's in most South African towns.
Credit Card Acceptance: In large shops and restaurants.
Local Currency: Rand.
Recommended Currency for Exchange: Take your money in a combination of cash and an ATM card. Both GBP and USD are readily exchanged.
Where to Exchange: Most towns or cities, your tour leader will advise you.
Major Language: English, Afrikaans, German
ATM Availability: Cash can be drawn on credit cards from ATM’s in Windhoek and Swakopmund.
Credit Card Acceptance: Limited.
Travellers Cheques: Are difficult to exchange and should be used as back up
Local Currency: Namibian Dollar. South African Rand is legal tender in Namibia.
Recommended Currency for Exchange: USD are readily exchanged in Namibia and GBP to a lesser extent. Take your money in a combination of ATM cards and cash
Where to Exchange: On arrival.
Major Language: English, Setswana
ATM Availability: Cash can be drawn out on credit cards from ATM's in Kasane and Maun
Credit Card Acceptance: Limited.
Travellers Cheques: Not recommended
Local Currency: Botswana Pula
Recommended Currency for Exchange: We suggest that you take your spending money is cash as US Dollars. Please note that the banks and Forex Bureaus do not accept US Dollars pre-2002. NB: you may find it useful to bring smaller denominations of US Dollars for tips.
Major Language: English
ATM Availability: ATMs are availabile in the major towns but can be unreliable. Please note that currently cash cannot be withdrawn with international bank cards.
Credit Card Acceptance: Not widely accepted, please do not rely on credit or debit cards.
Travellers Cheques: We do not recomend use of travellers cheques due to the limited opening hours of banks.
Local Currency: Use US dollars or South African rand. The Zimbabwean dollar is no longer used.
Recommended Currency for Exchange: US Dollars
Where to Exchange: There is no need to change from US dollars, Sterling, Euros or rand as you can used these locally.
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You are able to book this tour on a 'land only' basis or as a ‘flight inclusive’ package. Your flight inclusive package will be fully protected by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) ATOL protection scheme.
Customers who have chosen to book on the ‘Land Only’ arrangements of our tour, please ensure that you have checked your tour specific ‘Joining Instructions’ prior to booking your own travel arrangements. Your joining instructions can be found on our website at www.explore.co.uk, in the tour specific dates and prices section.
You may also be eligible for the Free Explore Transfer. For more information please refer to https://www.explore.co.uk/transfers.
Customers booked on the ‘Land Only’ arrangements will now receive a Free Transfer, provided you arrive and depart on the tour only itinerary start and end dates. The transfers will be from the Explore designated airport or train station to the joining point of your tour, and then back from the ending point to the designated airport or train station. The exception to this rule is customers who are booked on a tour where the joining and ending point is at the designated airport or train station.
Free transfers are not available for Self-Guided, Tailormade or Tours for Churches customers.
If you are not eligible for the Free Transfer then you will need to make your own way through to the joining and ending point. On a majority of our tours Explore will be able to provide a private transfer at an additional cost. Please ask for a quote at the time of booking.
For more information regarding the Explore Free Transfer please refer to https://www.explore.co.uk/transfers.
We have a good selection of flights not only from London but from many regional airports around the UK allowing us to compare fares between scheduled carriers as well as low cost and charter airlines. Our dedicated flights team will match the best flight options to your arrival and departure airport.
On our website we display a UK flight inclusive package guide price which is generally based on a London departure. To avoid paying supplements or to secure your preferred flight option, we recommend booking as early as possible, especially for peak travel dates.
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It is a condition of booking with Explore that you have adequate valid travel insurance. It is your responsibility to arrange appropriate travel insurance and ensure you have read and understood the full terms and conditions of your travel insurance policy to ensure that you are covered for all activities you intend to undertake whilst on the tour, including all optional activities. Your Insurance Policy must fully cover you for medical expenses and emergency repatriation to your home country. Please ensure your policy includes medical emergency helicopter evacuation in the event of illness or injury and covers the entire duration of your holiday. If you are trekking at altitude please ensure that there is no upper altitude limit which may limit or exclude cover for your trip. Medical and repatriation insurance cover is not mandatory for UK residents who are travelling on trips within the United Kingdom.
Under 18 immigration guidance
Please note that some countries require proof of parental consent when travelling overseas with under 18s. Please check requirements with the relevant embassy or consular office well in advance of travel if this applies to your party.
All visitors should ensure their passport is machine readable and has two consecutive blank pages for the entry stamp. The South African Immigration officials will not allow child/ infant pages to be used for this purpose and visitors without the stipulated blank pages will be denied entry.
Namibia: Visas are not required by UK, Australian, New Zealand, US and Canadian citizens. Other nationalities should consult their local embassy or consular office.
Botswana: Visas are not required by UK, Australian, New Zealand, US and Canadian citizens.
Zimbabwe: Visas are required by UK, Republic of Ireland, Canadian, US, Australian and New Zealand citizens. This can be arranged on arrival for the current cost of 35GBP, or approximately 55USD. If you are arranging your visa on arrival, please bring small notes with you as immigration officers may not be able to provide change.
Visas can also be obtained prior to departure through Explore's recommended visa service in the UK, Visaswift, at http://www.visaswift.com/explore.aspx. Other nationalities should consult their local embassy or consular office.
All passports must have at least 6 months validity remaining on entry and also have three blank pages.
Travel via South Africa (including transits):
From 1st June 2015 South Africa will enforce new immigration regulations effecting all children aged under 18 years that are travelling to, from or via the country. The new laws state that parents and/or guardian maybe requested by the airline and/or South Africa immigration officers to provide additional documentation for each child they are travelling with. Please refer to the South African House website for full requirements: http://southafricahouseuk.com/visas/vis_forcit.html and your airline for up to date requirements.
All visa information is subject to change. You should confirm all visa related questions with the relevant Embassy prior to departure.
Vaccinations & Protection
Please note that you will be required to supply a yellow fever certificate that has been issued at least 10 days prior to arrival in South Africa if you have travelled from or via a country where yellow fever is endemic. We recommend protection against hepatitis A, tetanus, typhoid, polio and diphtheria. According to various travel health sources, the Western Cape is not regarded as a malaria risk area. The above is not an exhaustive list. Further information regarding vaccinations and travel health advice can be found by following the NHS and NaTHNaC links at http://www.explore.co.uk/Travelhealth/ and from your local healthcare provider. Visa and vaccination requirements are subject to change and should be confirmed before departure.
Nothing compulsory, but we do recommend protection against malaria, hepatitis A, tetanus, typhoid and polio. Consult your travel clinic for latest advice on different prophylaxis available against malaria. Travellers may wish to immunise themselves against meningitis. The above is not an exhaustive list. Further information regarding vaccinations and travel health advice can be found by following the NHS and NaTHNaC links at http://www.explore.co.uk/Travelhealth/ and from your local healthcare provider. Visa and vaccination requirements are subject to change and should be confirmed before departure.
We do recommend protection against malaria, hepatitis A, tetanus, typhoid and polio. Consult your travel clinic for latest advice on different prophylaxis available against malaria. Travellers may wish to immunise themselves against meningitis. The above is not an exhaustive list. Further information regarding vaccinations and travel health advice can be found by following the NHS and NaTHNaC links at http://www.explore.co.uk/Travelhealth/ and from your local healthcare provider. Immigration/Borders in Botswana are requesting a Yellow Fever certificate if you have previously travelled within/via an endemic country. For a list of Yellow Fever affected countries please refer to: http://www.who.int/ith/2015-ith-annex1.pdf?ua=1 Visa and vaccination requirements are subject to change and should be confirmed before departure. Please note that any travellers who have visited Ebola affected countries during the last 30 days will be denied entry into Botswana. These countries are: Guinea, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Liberia
The above is not an exhaustive list. Further information regarding vaccinations and travel health advice can be found by following the NHS and NaTHNaC links at http://www.explore.co.uk/Travelhealth/ and from your local healthcare provider. Visa and vaccination requirements are subject to change and should be confirmed before departure.
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Mild throughout the year and can thus be visited year round. The Western Cape has a Mediterranean-type climate, with warm, dry summers and cold winters with rainfall. Summer runs from November to March, with temperatures averaging 22oC to 34oC. The months of April and October are generally warm and sunny. Winter is also a good time to visit as towns and sites are not so crowded and the countryside is more verdant, but it can be cold. Additional information and climate charts can be accessed at http://www.explore.co.uk/weather. Seasonal weather patterns can be unpredictable. Up-to-date information on the weather worldwide can be found by following the BBC weather link on this page.
With a staggering 300 days of sunshine each year, Namibia is a year-round destination, although some may prefer to avoid the heat of high summer. The cold Benguela current keeps the Atlantic coast of the Namib Desert cool and rain-free for most of the year, with a thick coastal fog that lends a mysterious edge to the area. January and February are the hottest months, when daytime temperatures in the heart of the Namib can exceed 40ºC (104ºF), but nights are usually cool. Winter nights can be fairly cold, but days are generally warm and pleasant.
Botswana’s regional characteristics, from fertile areas in the east to waterless desert in the centre and south, and a vast delta in the north-west, make for extremes of temperatures and highly variable rainfall. Additional information and climate charts can be accessed at http://www.explore.co.uk/weather. Seasonal weather patterns can be unpredictable. Up-to-date information on the weather worldwide can be found by following the BBC weather link on this page.
Zimbabwe has a moderate climate, in the summer months (November to April) you can expect highs of 30 C° and lows of 20 C°. The wet season is from November to May when the days are typically dry and sunny with afternoon/evening thunderstorms. The best time for game viewing is September to October when days are dry and the temperatures are still relatively cool.
While tap water in South Africa’s urban area is drinkable, some people may take a few days to acclimatise and thus may experience traveller’s tummy. Therefore we recommend for you to travel with a reusable filtered water bottle such as the ones featured at Water-to-Go: http://www.watertogo.eu/
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We’ve been creating award-winning pioneering adventure holidays for over 30 years, earning the trust of thousands of delighted customers, who feel safe in our hands. Our tour leaders have expert local knowledge and our tours are designed to take you off the beaten track to see the most exotic, inspiring and dramatic places in the world.
- With over 30 years' experience, we are passionate about what we do.
- Pioneering small group adventures, self-guided, private journeys & tailormade holidays.
- Award winning tour leaders who you can trust.
- Responsible travel is and always has been one the driving principles of Explore.
Our adventure holidays are full of exciting things to see and do, exploring in small groups travelling by bus, boat, plane, rickshaw, camel, or any number of unusual forms of transport . Often you will stay in family run hotels and village houses and enjoy authentic local cuisine. In this way, it’s easy to discover the true heart of the people and the place you travel to – and make some new friends along the way. Each tour is uniquely different, so please feel free to browse through our tours to see what may whet your appetite.
When you travel with Explore, you are directly contributing to local economies and helping empower the people you meet. We currently support a range of charities and good causes, including: Toilet Twinning (helping to flush away poverty), Lone Buffalo Foundation (a community project based in Laos providing creative skills for young people), Dekamer ( a turtle rescue centre in Turkey) and Kids Saving the Rainforest (a wildlife rescue centre in Costa Rica supported through the LATA foundation). We also care passionately about the world’s wildlife. We are patrons of the Born Free Organisation and Friends of Conservation.
- The Travel Foundation
Explore are active members and supporters of the Travel Foundation which has established a variety of sustainable tourism projects in destinations and works with industry to improve practice. Visit their website www.thetravelfoundation.org.uk
- Tourism Concern
Explore support the work of Tourism Concern who campaign for fairly and ethically traded tourism, and are part of its Ethical Tour Operator Group www.tourismconcern.org.uk
- For further information on responsible travel go to www.explore.co.uk/ResponsibleTourism/
Know before you go
We strongly recommend that you check your government's travel advisory for up-to-date information and advice about your destination: safety and security, entry requirements, health, local laws and customs. For UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Advice follow the link at www.explore.co.uk/travel-safety
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You can book your Explore holiday with confidence, as all monies paid to us for your trip are fully protected. Explore is a fully bonded tour operator licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and by ABTOT.
The air holiday packages (Tours including flights) that we advertise are ATOL protected, since we hold an Air Travel Organiser's LicenceÂ granted by the Civil Aviation Authority.Â Our ATOL number is ATOL 2595. In addition, As a member of the Association of Bonded Travel Organisers Trust Limited (ABTOT), Explore has provided a bond to meet the requirements of the Package Travel, Package Holidays and Package Tours Regulations 1992. Please note that packages booked outside the UK are only protected when purchased directly with Explore.
To reserve your place on this tour you will need to check availability on the Explore website or through our dedicated call centre based in the UK where you can. Our tours can fill up quickly so you are advised to book as early as possible. If your chosen date is ‘Available’ or ‘Guaranteed’ we will be able to provisionally hold you a space for up to 48 hours.
For Self-Guided holidays and Private Journeys simply choose your date of travel and let us know so we can confirm all ground services.
The easiest way to confirm your booking is through our website. When you are ready to book, we normally require a 10% non-refundable deposit, but for some holidays this may be more to cover such items as permit fees, internal flights or other non-refundable services. If your travel starts within 60 days of booking, full payment will be required at the time of booking
The price paid for our holidays is no longer subject to change. Once booked and confirmed we will guarantee the price you pay will not increase, whatever the circumstances. You will not be approached to pay fuel surcharges unlike the vast majority of other adventure tour operators. The price guarantee applies to all new bookings departing between 1st January 2016 and 31st December 2017.
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