- Niet Inbegrepen
After what seemed liked a forever spell of long dreary nights and grey skies, a week somewhere hot and sunny was desperately needed. When thinking about winter sun, there are a few options that spring to mind, but one chilly March morning, myself and my partner James found ourselves en route to the capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi!
We arrived fairly late in the evening but were greeted at the affectionately known ‘Grandad of Abu Dhabi’, the Hilton Hotel on the Corniche Road (it was the first luxury hotel to be built on the Corniche Road before anything else was there in the 1970’s) with a big smile and were shown to our room. We opted for the executive club floor, giving us access to the club lounge which served complimentary breakfast and snacks & drinks all day, with a great view of the beach and out to the marina. A highlight of my day was the two hours of bottomless prosecco with a window seat as the sun went down in front of the hotel… perfect!
Day 01: Arrival in Greece.
Day 02: Santorini: Sightseeing
Day 03: Crusie
Day 04: Spa
Day 05: Final departure
– Bus transport as per mention in the itinerary
– Trekking conservation permit
– Trekking Register Certificate
– Equipped and insured trekking porter (one porter in between 2 person)
– Experienced and first aid trained license holder trekking guide
– Tea House accommodation during the trek in double occupancy
– All meals during the trek (B=breakfast, L=Lunch, D= Dinner)
– Breakfast will be served with tea
– Drinks (including tea) and Bar Bill (beverage)
– Helicopter evacuation/rescue incase of emergency
– Personal insurance
– Personal use trekking equipment
– Tipping to guide and porter
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We will try our very hardest to accommodate all dietary requirements but in some out-of-the-way places it can be very difficult to guarantee. We will let you know if there are places on your itinerary where this is the case. Please let us know at the time of booking of any food requirements or allergies and we’ll pass the information onto your leader. It is also a great idea to bring a card with your dietary requirements written in the local language for those times you are eating away from the group.
Food is one of the most exciting parts of travel. There may be some familiar fare but often you’ll be confronted with the new, interesting and downright weird of the culinary world but we like to think of it as an adventure for all the senses. In addition to this, our flexible itineraries often allow you to eat with the group or branch out on your own - this means you can eat to suit any budget or desire.