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New! Hiking the Alpe Adria

Trip Length 10 days

From $5,595

  • Experience the best of the Alpe Adria, a 43-stage trail system that National Geographic has dubbed one of the “World’s Best”
  • Hike among alpine peaks and meadows, and experience the culture of three different countries: Austria, Italy and Slovenia
  • Enjoy postcard-worthy views of the Grossglockner summit, the turquoise River Soca, and the Adriatic coast

Discover the highlights of the Alpe Adria, a 470-mile trail system that connects existing trails to take you from the Alps to the Adriatic Sea. This journey lets you hike the most beautiful parts of the Alpe Adria, from the highest summits down to lush valleys, past mountain lakes and rivers with turquoise-green water. As you go, you’ll experience the memorable landscapes, rich cultures, and local cuisines of three different countries—Austria, Italy, and Slovenia—and discover inspiring landmarks such as the Garnet Gate and mountaintop Sanctuary Monte Lussari. With views of the Adriatic Sea, the Italian town of Trieste provides the perfect ending to an unforgettable trip.

Day 1: Arrive in Salzburg

Start your journey in Salzburg, one of the most beautiful cities of Austria, if not the whole Alps. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mozart’s birthplace, and the setting for the movie The Sound of Music, Salzburg has a charming baroque Old Town with a formidable fortress looming above. You’ll meet with your group at 3pm in the afternoon for a trip orientation and welcome dinner.

  • Dinner
  • Accommodation:Sheraton Hotel

Day 2: Begin your hike on the Alpe Adria – High Alpine Road

After a scenic, two-hour drive from Salzburg, we’ll reach Hohe Tauern National Park, where we’ll take our inaugural hike amidst alpine meadows and peaks and enjoy a typical Austrian lunch. We’ll then transfer to the village of Heiligenblut at the foot of Grossglockner, Austria’s highest peak at 12,461 feet. This is a perfect starting point for Alpe Adria experience.

(Hiking distance: 7 miles; Hiking time: 4 hours; Elevation gain and loss: 1,650')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Laerchenhof

Day 3: The Alpe Adria – Heiligenblut – Pasterze Glacier

Today, we’ll hike the first stage of the Alpe Adria Trail, beginning in the village of Heiligenblut and ascending towards mighty Grossglockner and Pasterze Glacier. Our route takes us through forests and past waterfalls, following the river. We'll sometimes hike on steep hairpin bends until we reach Sander Lake from where we are rewarded with close-up views of Grossglockner. Next we'll take a gentle path along the lake and round a corner to see a magnificent view of Pasterze Glacier before us! Pasterze is the longest glacier in Austria and the Eastern Alps. Just a short climb and we can enjoy the best panoramic views from Franz Josef Hohe—in fact you can hardly get better views anywhere in the Austrian Alps. This is where we end our hike and take a 40-minute shuttle ride back to the village. In the evening, we’ll try some local lamb and beef dishes, which is especially tender as local farmers take their cattle up to 6,000-foot high alpine pastures.

(Hiking distance: 11 miles; Hiking time 7 to 8 hours; Elevation gain: 4,180 feet, Elevation loss: 660 feet)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Laerchenhof

Day 4: Mount Steinerner Tisch and Lake Millstatt

Today’s adventure centers around Lake Millstatt, starting with a scenic hike to Steinerner Tisch, a massive stone table that sits 6,000 feet above the lake with stunning, panoramic views. Legend has it that giants once lived in the grass-covered mountains here! We’ll stop at the local high alpine farmer to sample some of their products. In the afternoon, we’ll check into our hotel located on the shores of the Lake Milstatt, where we’ll enjoy a peaceful sunset and local wine grown in Italy, just on the other side of the mountain ridge.

(Hiking distance: 7 miles; Hiking time: 4 to 5 hours; Elevation gain and loss:1,300 feet)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel See-Villa OR Hotel Seefischer

Day 5: Path of Love – Millstatter Lake

Take in fabulous views as we climb the so-called Path of Love to the Garnet Gate, an impressive cubist sculpture at the summit that overlooks Lake Milstatt below. The hike across the lush Alpine meadows along the Millstätter Alpe Ridge is a feast for the senses. Afterward, enjoy freshly baked bread with local spreads and salami.

(Hiking distance: 9 miles; Hiking time: 5 to 6 hours; Elevation gain and loss: 1,800 feet) 

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel See-Villa OR Hotel Seefischer

Day 6: Experience Three Countries and a Mountaintop Sanctuary

Today we’ll experience how the Alpe-Adria Trail connects Austria, Italy and Slovenia, all in one day. We'll leave Austria in the morning take a 1½-hour drive to Italy to hike uphill through the Tarvisio woods along the charming pilgrims’ path to the church of Maria Lussari on Monte Lussari (5904'), which has wonderful views just above the Valbruna valley. From just above the tree line we can admire jagged limestone peaks in all directions. We'll be immersed in a real alpine environment as we hike towards a rocky amphitheater just below Cima del Cacciatore. After lunch with a view, we'll return back to the valley by gondola. We'll also still have time to do enjoyable 1½-hour hike in the woods along Laghi di Fusine at the feet of Mount Mangart mountain range and end our hike with gelato or a cold birra.

As the Julian Alps extend over both Italian and Slovenian national territory, we had towards Slovenia for some well-deserved rest at Kranjska Gora, a picturesque ski village that prides itself as the host of FIS alpine Ski World Cup.

(Hiking distance to Monte Lussari/Lagi di Fuisine: 5 to 6 miles/3½ miles; Hiking time 4 hours/1½ hours; Elevation gain: 1,485'/350')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Skipass

Day 7: The Highest Mountain Pass in Slovenia

This morning we’ll hike up to Vršič (5,738'), the highest mountain pass in Slovenia with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. As we climb along the scenic, alpine trail, we might even come across some mountain sheep. Later on, we’ll descend into the Soca Valley, following the stream of the turquoise-green Soča River to the town of Kobarid. We'll overnight in a charming villa.

(Hiking distance: 6 miles; Hiking time: 5 to 6 hours; Elevation gain: 2,310'; Elevation loss: 1,320')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Dobra Vila OR Hiša Franko

Day 8: Explore Soča Valley and Triglav National Park

Today, we’ll hike in the Soča Valley, following the Soča River through unspoiled parts of Triglav National Park. Famous for the WWI Battle of Isonzo vividly described in Ernest Hemingway's novel, A Farewell to Arms, Soča is now known as a playground for hikers, cyclists, and water enthusiasts. After trying some local cheeses, we’ll end our day amongst the vineyards with some fresh-cut prosciutto and a glass of local red wine.

(Hiking distance: 8 miles; Hiking time: 4 to 5 hours; Elevation gain and loss:  1,320')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Gredič

Day 9: Hike in the Valley of Rosanda and in Trieste

Last but not least, we head back to Italy to for a four-hour hike in the Valley of Rosanda. This unique natural reserve is known for its karst landscape and mild, Mediterranean climate. We’ll end our tour in Trieste, a special place that has been on a crossroad of Latin, Slavic and German culture for over two thousand years. For our final meal together, we’ll enjoy a farewell feast of local Italian specialties.

(Hiking distance: 6 miles; Hiking time: 4 hours; Elevation gain and loss:  1,650')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Savoia Excelsior

Day 10: Depart from Trieste

Depart from the Trieste Airport, or take a train, shuttle or taxi to the airport in Venice.

  • Breakfast

Jun 19 - 28, 2018

Jul 11 - 20, 2018

Sep 05 - 14, 2018

pricing

2018 Prices
$5,595 (4 – 16)
$1,300 single supplement

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Hiša Franko — Kobarid

Once a roadside inn, a village mill, and a WWI makeshift hospital, Hiša Franko is now home to a three-generation family who pride themselves on homey hospitality, fine food, and understated elegance. This historic countryside estate offers modern, beautifully appointed rooms that are spacious and light; some have private terraces with inviting hammocks. Guests can enjoy in-room massage, the lovely grounds and abundant garden, and myriad activities in the surrounding Soca valley, where the air is fresh and the pastures burst with flowers. But many report that the Hiša Franko highlight is dinner in Ana’s Kitchen, where the cuisine is local, seasonal, and creative.

Hotel Dobra Vila — Bovec

Visitors cannot say enough about the accommodations, food, service, and scenery at Dobra Vila. Each room’s décor is original and smart, and all offer the expected creature comforts and above-par bathrooms. Dobra Vila’s reputable restaurant serves up delicious meals on the terrace, served up with astounding mountain views, or indoors—try for a spot in the fireplace nook.

Hotel Gredič — Goriska Brda

The sweeping landscapes of the Collio hills and, farther afield, the snow-capped Alps hold center court in this fantastic fortress-palace-cum-hotel. Despite the building being 400 years old, the hotel’s design and hospitality are contemporary and refreshing. All floors offer spacious rooms with stunning views. Guests can enjoy the outdoor pool, welcoming terrace, surrounding grounds and vineyards, and well-stocked wine cellar.

Hotel Laerchenhof — Heiligenblut

Location, location, location! At the foot of Grossglockner, Austria’s highest mountain, this family-run hotel has been wowing international guests for decades. Every corner of the expansive building offers breathtaking panoramic valley and high-alpine views. Modern rooms are light, airy, and outfitted with local-timber and natural-material furnishings. The dining room often hosts folk or other local musicians, and the spa is a soothing retreat for guests and locals alike.

Hotel Savoia Excelsior — Trieste

Prepare yourself for an exquisite stay at the Savoia Excelsior Palace! At this stunning property, classical elegance melds effortlessly with contemporary edging. Italian flair touches every element—from the opulent lounge and shared spaces to the elegant rooms and marble bathrooms. Most rooms offer sweeping views over the Gulf of Trieste, and some have coveted private balconies. Of course, all of this is punctuated by the ultimate in fine Italian hospitality. And the Savoia is right in the center of town, walking distance to top sights including beautiful Piazza Unità d’Italia (Trieste’s main square) and the Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi—one of the longest-running opera houses in the world.

Hotel See-Villa — Millstatter Lake

The Hotel See-Villa’s website touts “imperial luxury and relaxation”—and it delivers both in spades. Built in the 1880s as a summer resort hotel, today the See-Villa operates year-round, delighting sun worshippers and snow bunnies alike. Perched on the shore of Millstatter Lake and right near the slopes, the hotel has a private beach area, a top-notch Austro-French restaurant, a full spa, tennis courts, and all the modern amenities. Rooms have lovely views over the lake, and some offer guests private balconies on which to take it all in.

Hotel Seefischer — Millstatter Lake

Splendid lake and mountain views delight from every nook and cranny of this waterfront hotel in charming Millstatt. The entire property oozes romance and relaxation, and each room is spacious with all the necessary comforts. The outdoor heated pool, Jacuzzi, and sauna offer stellar views while you soak your cares away. Those feeling more energetic can borrow a free bike to explore the lake and surrounding cycling trails.

Hotel Skipass — Kranjska Gora

Nestled among the mountains, rivers, lakes of the Upper Sava Valley, Hotel Skipass is the perfect retreat after a day of fun in the Julian Alps. The family-run hotel delights guests of all ages with warm hospitality, modern décor, stellar dining, and astounding views. The alpine architecture fits flawlessly amidst its rustic setting, while light-wood interiors give the ample rooms a Scandinavian feel. Skipass’s quiet location is mere steps from the slopes and the center of town—an ideal base for exploring this magical corner of northwest Slovenia.

Sheraton Hotel — Salzburg

Waltz on into Salzburg’s Sheraton Grand and experience all this internationally renowned hotel chain has to offer. Service is stellar, cuisine (international and local) is divine, rooms are nicely updated and well appointed, and beds are ultra comfortable. Immediately adjacent to Mirabell Park—the dining room and many guest rooms gaze right into its lush gardens— the hotel’s central location is ideal for walking to Old Town, Mozarts Geburtshaus (Mozart’s birthplace), and other must-see Salzburg sights.

  • Experience the best of the Alpe Adria, a 43-stage trail system that National Geographic has dubbed one of the “World’s Best”
  • Hike among alpine peaks and meadows, and experience the culture of three different countries: Austria, Italy and Slovenia
  • Enjoy postcard-worthy views of the Grossglockner summit, the turquoise River Soca, and the Adriatic coast

Discover the highlights of the Alpe Adria, a 470-mile trail system that connects existing trails to take you from the Alps to the Adriatic Sea. This journey lets you hike the most beautiful parts of the Alpe Adria, from the highest summits down to lush valleys, past mountain lakes and rivers with turquoise-green water. As you go, you’ll experience the memorable landscapes, rich cultures, and local cuisines of three different countries—Austria, Italy, and Slovenia—and discover inspiring landmarks such as the Garnet Gate and mountaintop Sanctuary Monte Lussari. With views of the Adriatic Sea, the Italian town of Trieste provides the perfect ending to an unforgettable trip.

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Salzburg

Start your journey in Salzburg, one of the most beautiful cities of Austria, if not the whole Alps. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mozart’s birthplace, and the setting for the movie The Sound of Music, Salzburg has a charming baroque Old Town with a formidable fortress looming above. You’ll meet with your group at 3pm in the afternoon for a trip orientation and welcome dinner.

  • Dinner
  • Accommodation:Sheraton Hotel

Day 2: Begin your hike on the Alpe Adria – High Alpine Road

After a scenic, two-hour drive from Salzburg, we’ll reach Hohe Tauern National Park, where we’ll take our inaugural hike amidst alpine meadows and peaks and enjoy a typical Austrian lunch. We’ll then transfer to the village of Heiligenblut at the foot of Grossglockner, Austria’s highest peak at 12,461 feet. This is a perfect starting point for Alpe Adria experience.

(Hiking distance: 7 miles; Hiking time: 4 hours; Elevation gain and loss: 1,650')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Laerchenhof

Day 3: The Alpe Adria – Heiligenblut – Pasterze Glacier

Today, we’ll hike the first stage of the Alpe Adria Trail, beginning in the village of Heiligenblut and ascending towards mighty Grossglockner and Pasterze Glacier. Our route takes us through forests and past waterfalls, following the river. We'll sometimes hike on steep hairpin bends until we reach Sander Lake from where we are rewarded with close-up views of Grossglockner. Next we'll take a gentle path along the lake and round a corner to see a magnificent view of Pasterze Glacier before us! Pasterze is the longest glacier in Austria and the Eastern Alps. Just a short climb and we can enjoy the best panoramic views from Franz Josef Hohe—in fact you can hardly get better views anywhere in the Austrian Alps. This is where we end our hike and take a 40-minute shuttle ride back to the village. In the evening, we’ll try some local lamb and beef dishes, which is especially tender as local farmers take their cattle up to 6,000-foot high alpine pastures.

(Hiking distance: 11 miles; Hiking time 7 to 8 hours; Elevation gain: 4,180 feet, Elevation loss: 660 feet)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Laerchenhof

Day 4: Mount Steinerner Tisch and Lake Millstatt

Today’s adventure centers around Lake Millstatt, starting with a scenic hike to Steinerner Tisch, a massive stone table that sits 6,000 feet above the lake with stunning, panoramic views. Legend has it that giants once lived in the grass-covered mountains here! We’ll stop at the local high alpine farmer to sample some of their products. In the afternoon, we’ll check into our hotel located on the shores of the Lake Milstatt, where we’ll enjoy a peaceful sunset and local wine grown in Italy, just on the other side of the mountain ridge.

(Hiking distance: 7 miles; Hiking time: 4 to 5 hours; Elevation gain and loss:1,300 feet)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel See-Villa OR Hotel Seefischer

Day 5: Path of Love – Millstatter Lake

Take in fabulous views as we climb the so-called Path of Love to the Garnet Gate, an impressive cubist sculpture at the summit that overlooks Lake Milstatt below. The hike across the lush Alpine meadows along the Millstätter Alpe Ridge is a feast for the senses. Afterward, enjoy freshly baked bread with local spreads and salami.

(Hiking distance: 9 miles; Hiking time: 5 to 6 hours; Elevation gain and loss: 1,800 feet) 

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel See-Villa OR Hotel Seefischer

Day 6: Experience Three Countries and a Mountaintop Sanctuary

Today we’ll experience how the Alpe-Adria Trail connects Austria, Italy and Slovenia, all in one day. We'll leave Austria in the morning take a 1½-hour drive to Italy to hike uphill through the Tarvisio woods along the charming pilgrims’ path to the church of Maria Lussari on Monte Lussari (5904'), which has wonderful views just above the Valbruna valley. From just above the tree line we can admire jagged limestone peaks in all directions. We'll be immersed in a real alpine environment as we hike towards a rocky amphitheater just below Cima del Cacciatore. After lunch with a view, we'll return back to the valley by gondola. We'll also still have time to do enjoyable 1½-hour hike in the woods along Laghi di Fusine at the feet of Mount Mangart mountain range and end our hike with gelato or a cold birra.

As the Julian Alps extend over both Italian and Slovenian national territory, we had towards Slovenia for some well-deserved rest at Kranjska Gora, a picturesque ski village that prides itself as the host of FIS alpine Ski World Cup.

(Hiking distance to Monte Lussari/Lagi di Fuisine: 5 to 6 miles/3½ miles; Hiking time 4 hours/1½ hours; Elevation gain: 1,485'/350')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Skipass

Day 7: The Highest Mountain Pass in Slovenia

This morning we’ll hike up to Vršič (5,738'), the highest mountain pass in Slovenia with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. As we climb along the scenic, alpine trail, we might even come across some mountain sheep. Later on, we’ll descend into the Soca Valley, following the stream of the turquoise-green Soča River to the town of Kobarid. We'll overnight in a charming villa.

(Hiking distance: 6 miles; Hiking time: 5 to 6 hours; Elevation gain: 2,310'; Elevation loss: 1,320')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Dobra Vila OR Hiša Franko

Day 8: Explore Soča Valley and Triglav National Park

Today, we’ll hike in the Soča Valley, following the Soča River through unspoiled parts of Triglav National Park. Famous for the WWI Battle of Isonzo vividly described in Ernest Hemingway's novel, A Farewell to Arms, Soča is now known as a playground for hikers, cyclists, and water enthusiasts. After trying some local cheeses, we’ll end our day amongst the vineyards with some fresh-cut prosciutto and a glass of local red wine.

(Hiking distance: 8 miles; Hiking time: 4 to 5 hours; Elevation gain and loss:  1,320')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Gredič

Day 9: Hike in the Valley of Rosanda and in Trieste

Last but not least, we head back to Italy to for a four-hour hike in the Valley of Rosanda. This unique natural reserve is known for its karst landscape and mild, Mediterranean climate. We’ll end our tour in Trieste, a special place that has been on a crossroad of Latin, Slavic and German culture for over two thousand years. For our final meal together, we’ll enjoy a farewell feast of local Italian specialties.

(Hiking distance: 6 miles; Hiking time: 4 hours; Elevation gain and loss:  1,650')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Savoia Excelsior

Day 10: Depart from Trieste

Depart from the Trieste Airport, or take a train, shuttle or taxi to the airport in Venice.

  • Breakfast
lodgings

Hiša Franko — Kobarid

Once a roadside inn, a village mill, and a WWI makeshift hospital, Hiša Franko is now home to a three-generation family who pride themselves on homey hospitality, fine food, and understated elegance. This historic countryside estate offers modern, beautifully appointed rooms that are spacious and light; some have private terraces with inviting hammocks. Guests can enjoy in-room massage, the lovely grounds and abundant garden, and myriad activities in the surrounding Soca valley, where the air is fresh and the pastures burst with flowers. But many report that the Hiša Franko highlight is dinner in Ana’s Kitchen, where the cuisine is local, seasonal, and creative.

Hotel Dobra Vila — Bovec

Visitors cannot say enough about the accommodations, food, service, and scenery at Dobra Vila. Each room’s décor is original and smart, and all offer the expected creature comforts and above-par bathrooms. Dobra Vila’s reputable restaurant serves up delicious meals on the terrace, served up with astounding mountain views, or indoors—try for a spot in the fireplace nook.

Hotel Gredič — Goriska Brda

The sweeping landscapes of the Collio hills and, farther afield, the snow-capped Alps hold center court in this fantastic fortress-palace-cum-hotel. Despite the building being 400 years old, the hotel’s design and hospitality are contemporary and refreshing. All floors offer spacious rooms with stunning views. Guests can enjoy the outdoor pool, welcoming terrace, surrounding grounds and vineyards, and well-stocked wine cellar.

Hotel Laerchenhof — Heiligenblut

Location, location, location! At the foot of Grossglockner, Austria’s highest mountain, this family-run hotel has been wowing international guests for decades. Every corner of the expansive building offers breathtaking panoramic valley and high-alpine views. Modern rooms are light, airy, and outfitted with local-timber and natural-material furnishings. The dining room often hosts folk or other local musicians, and the spa is a soothing retreat for guests and locals alike.

Hotel Savoia Excelsior — Trieste

Prepare yourself for an exquisite stay at the Savoia Excelsior Palace! At this stunning property, classical elegance melds effortlessly with contemporary edging. Italian flair touches every element—from the opulent lounge and shared spaces to the elegant rooms and marble bathrooms. Most rooms offer sweeping views over the Gulf of Trieste, and some have coveted private balconies. Of course, all of this is punctuated by the ultimate in fine Italian hospitality. And the Savoia is right in the center of town, walking distance to top sights including beautiful Piazza Unità d’Italia (Trieste’s main square) and the Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi—one of the longest-running opera houses in the world.

Hotel See-Villa — Millstatter Lake

The Hotel See-Villa’s website touts “imperial luxury and relaxation”—and it delivers both in spades. Built in the 1880s as a summer resort hotel, today the See-Villa operates year-round, delighting sun worshippers and snow bunnies alike. Perched on the shore of Millstatter Lake and right near the slopes, the hotel has a private beach area, a top-notch Austro-French restaurant, a full spa, tennis courts, and all the modern amenities. Rooms have lovely views over the lake, and some offer guests private balconies on which to take it all in.

Hotel Seefischer — Millstatter Lake

Splendid lake and mountain views delight from every nook and cranny of this waterfront hotel in charming Millstatt. The entire property oozes romance and relaxation, and each room is spacious with all the necessary comforts. The outdoor heated pool, Jacuzzi, and sauna offer stellar views while you soak your cares away. Those feeling more energetic can borrow a free bike to explore the lake and surrounding cycling trails.

Hotel Skipass — Kranjska Gora

Nestled among the mountains, rivers, lakes of the Upper Sava Valley, Hotel Skipass is the perfect retreat after a day of fun in the Julian Alps. The family-run hotel delights guests of all ages with warm hospitality, modern décor, stellar dining, and astounding views. The alpine architecture fits flawlessly amidst its rustic setting, while light-wood interiors give the ample rooms a Scandinavian feel. Skipass’s quiet location is mere steps from the slopes and the center of town—an ideal base for exploring this magical corner of northwest Slovenia.

Sheraton Hotel — Salzburg

Waltz on into Salzburg’s Sheraton Grand and experience all this internationally renowned hotel chain has to offer. Service is stellar, cuisine (international and local) is divine, rooms are nicely updated and well appointed, and beds are ultra comfortable. Immediately adjacent to Mirabell Park—the dining room and many guest rooms gaze right into its lush gardens— the hotel’s central location is ideal for walking to Old Town, Mozarts Geburtshaus (Mozart’s birthplace), and other must-see Salzburg sights.

Dates and Pricing

Jun 19 - 28, 2018

Jul 11 - 20, 2018

Sep 05 - 14, 2018

pricing

2018 Prices
$5,595 (4 – 16)
$1,300 single supplement

Activity Level Moderate
Trip Length 10 days

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