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10 July 2018
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From the famous Camino pilgrimage to the picturesque Croatian national parks or the Carpathian Mountains in Transylvania, there is no better way to experience a country in all its natural wonders than with TD active Holidays.  Whether you are an experienced walker or prefer to take things at a more moderate pace TD active Holidays has a Walking Holiday for you.

We offer a range of exciting itineraries in destinations such as Spain, Romania, Austria & Hungary. Flights, accommodation, transfers and local expert walking guides are all included as part of the price, so all you have to do is lace up your walking boots on arrival.

Not sure what type of walking holiday will suit you? No problem! The majority of our walking holidays are split to accommodate different walking levels. The grades are judged by the average distance, terrain and incline covered in each holiday. .

So, what will life be like on a TD active Walking Holiday? The group will be between 10 and 40 people. In some cases, the group will be divided into smaller walking groups depending on numbers. For some destinations, an orientation meeting may take place before the first walk, to give participants an opportunity to meet with the local guides and decide which level is best suited to their abilities. There is a great sense of comradery during a walking holiday, making them suitable for everyone - solo travellers, groups of friends, couples or even family members have all travelled with us before on our walking holidays.

At TD active Holidays we are proud to say that we work with a fantastic team of local expert walking guides. Their main responsibility is to make sure that all members of the group are well looked after and return home having had a wonderful holiday, with some fantastic memories. Their goal is also to ensure that each walking day runs smoothly and that all the logistics are in place. In order to keep things operating effectively, our walking guides give regular briefings to inform you about what is happening in the next few days, to remind you of timings and what you need to bring for each walking day.

Some might think that embarking on a walking holiday seems a little too strenuous for a “holiday”. However, the sense of accomplishment and adventure you feel at the end of a walk in the Alps, upon reaching the peak of Mulchaen in the Sierra Nevada mountain range or trekking the Camino, is something you cannot get simply laying by the pool on a typical sun holiday! What better way is there to get to know a destination than exploring it by foot and getting the chance to interact with locals along the way?



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