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Looking ahead to 2020…

We have several exciting new destinations to tempt you with. We start the year off with a few days in North Norfolk when we have a look at the ancient landscape formed after the last Ice Age – there are lovely walks in quiet areas on old footpaths and we look for signs of early spring. In case it is a bit chilly pub lunches and a cosy hotel will be welcome. We are returning to Andalucia next March but with a new programme of walks. We are based in Grazelema village within the National Park ideal for spring flowers and interesting birds. In April we return to Sicily when we stay in delightful Agroturism accommodation on a farm. Lots of gorgeous wild flowers with many orchids.

Further afield is our trip to Georgia and the Caucasus Mountains at the end of June. We have already had a good response to this so do let us know in good time if you would like to join us. In July we spend a few days in the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland with its mild climate and beautiful coastline. Then in September we have a new programme of walks in Bulgaria – a beautiful and much underrated country and ideal for late butterflies. Our final trip of the year in early October will be to the ‘heel’ of Italy when we visit rural Puglia – known for its excellent wines, olive oil and pretty trulli houses.

We do hope you will be able to join us.


We have recently made a donation to Norfolk Wildlife Trust to help towards their project at Hickling Nature Reserve. Over the past three years Hickling Marshes has experienced large scale wetland habitat restoration and now needs to follow this with a programme of improvements to enhance the visitor experience and to coincide with their 90th anniversary celebrations.


CUSTOMERS COMMENTS – We receive lots of lovely letters from many of you and we thought the comment below sums us up well:

“Many thanks to you and Richard for the chance of a most enjoyable visit to Corsica – a chance to ‘travel slowly’ and absorb the wonderful landscape and meet with great company.”

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