Trekking HolidaysDon’t be put off by the thought of a trek - if you are capable of the identical grade of walking on an hotel based tour and are in good health, then a trek could be just what you are looking for.
On a Ramblers Worldwide trekking holiday, you are fully supported, which means that all your meals are cooked for you, all camping equipment is supplied (except a sleeping bag) and your belongings are carried for you, so all you need for a day’s trekking is water, a camera, spare clothing and perhaps a waterproof jacket. For the treks where you stay in tents, you will arrive at each campsite to find your tents up and waiting for you, giving you more time to admire the stunning scenery that surrounds you.
BOOK ONE OF THESE HOLIDAYS AND YOU WILL RECEIVE A FREE RAMBLERS WORLDWIDE HOLIDAYS TREKKING BAG WITH OUR COMPLIMENTS.
A former History teacher who has lived in Africa, India and Australia, Jenny has been a leader since 2008 and now enjoys leading a wide variety of tours, from leisurely sightseeing to D+ walking in UK and abroad. Some of her favourite destinations are Portugal, the Balkans, the Himalayan foothills, Greek mainland and Northern Ireland.
Our Trekking Holidays
16 days Tea House Trek in Nepal with five nights trekking, staying in ‘Tea Huts’
Nepal is famous for mountains, and rightly so having all the biggest in the world but we should also explore other aspects of this diverse and fascinating country. The flora and fauna of Chitwan park is amazingly accessible, expect to see Rhino and a huge variety of birdlife to enthral even the most disinterested birdwatcher.
A chance to see the highest mountain in the world with a bit of comfort on the way.
16 days in Nepal, trekking towards the highest mountain in the world and staying in comfortable tea huts. After walking in Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, to get in to the swing of Nepali life, we take the classic flight up to Lukla below Everest...