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Ramblers Walking Holidays launches new 2019/2020 brochure

Ramblers Walking Holidays has launched a new Autumn/Spring 2019/20 brochure featuring more than 110 itineraries to wonderful destinations around the world.  

Spanning five continents and 60 countries, with 13 new breaks in 12 different countries, the guided walking expert offers experiences ranging from African safaris to Alaskan wilderness adventures and from uplifting spring walking holidays to festive escapes to the Lake District.  Also, the holidays are designed to cater for all levels of walking ability, from novices to more seasoned hikers.

New itineraries include spring walks through rare "pinsapo" fir forests and flower-strewn hills in Andalucía’s Sierra de las Nieves, hiking the Himalayan Mountains on The Annapurnas & Chitwan holiday and Alaska – Wilderness, Walking & Wildlife.  There are also opportunities to get into the ‘Winter Spirit’ cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and walking from Ruhpolding in the Bavarian Alps, partaking in safari experiences whilst Walking in Zimbabwe and Botswana and discovering Oman whilst staying in a desert camp under the stars.

With holidays designed for all interests and levels of fitness, less experienced walkers can still enjoy an adventurous experience, with more leisurely walking and wildlife watching on a selection of grade 1 to 3 adventures such as the new Kruger & Swaziland Safari. More intrepid walkers also have plenty to choose from such as the new Mount Toubkal Long Weekend, a new grade 7 holiday.

The brochure also highlights the extensive collection of UK walking holidays including Christmas and New Year options.

Commenting on the new brochure, Kevin O’Regan, managing director, said: “Our new Autumn 2019/Spring 2020 brochure is a truly inspirational selection of holidays to some of the most enticing places on Earth.  At Ramblers Walking Holidays, we believe the world is more beautiful on foot, and with over 70 years of delivering exceptional walking holidays, we are passionate about the experiences we offer.  This year, we have added some great new holidays to our portfolio, taking in everything from long haul adventures with 4x4 Game Drives in South Africa and Swaziland and walking in the spectacular High Atlas Mountains in Morocco to snowshoeing through the snow in Germany’s Chiemgau Alps.  And with each trip complemented by knowledgeable and well-travelled leaders, there is always the opportunity to get away from the tourist trails for a more authentic walking experience that you won’t find in the guidebooks.

‘Continuing to operate as a not-for-profit social enterprise, our holidays also have the added satisfaction of helping to give something back. We provide support to the places and communities where we operate and by financially supporting walking groups through The Walking Partnership and the Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust.”

The walking holidays operator is also offering half board meals.  In addition, there are holidays for solo travellers with no single room supplement, combined two-week holiday options, ‘Early Bird’ discounts, a loyalty points programme and discounts for private group bookings.  

Visit www.ramblersholidays.co.uk to find out more


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