Ramblers Walking Holidays

New Guided Walks from Ramblers Worldwide Holidays

Press Release   •   Jan 04, 2016 14:44 GMT

Ramblers Worldwide Holidays – the experts in small group guided walking adventures across the globe – has added the following brand new guided walks to its extensive portfolio.

La Senda de Camille - a 10 night holiday exploring the Spanish and French Pyrenees including a circular trek through the spectacular Natural Park of the Occidental Valleys in Aragon, Spain and the National Park of the Pyrenees in France.

Highlights include awe-inspiring scenery – once home to the indigenous bear called ‘Camille’; beaches, forests and lakes; the limestone cliffs of Castillo d’Archer; the ancient frontier of Somport with its verdant forests, shepherds’ huts and delectable cheeses; the Circle of Lescun and peaceful Bearn village.

Price from £1,399 per person includes return flights, transfers, half board accommodation in mountain refuges and one night at either end of the holiday in an hotel in Echo, daily baggage transfer and a local walking guide plus the services of a dedicated tour leader. Departures from 22 June 2016.

Le Grand Bornand– a 7 night holiday exploring this picturesque French Alpine village with its beautiful surroundings and spectacular walks in the Massif des Aravis.

Highlights include, ancient wooden chalets; walks through high meadows and pine scented woods on meandering paths; the18 dramatic peaks of the Aravis; Lac Léman in the north west; the turquoise waters of Lac d’Annecy and Mont Blanc and a cable car to the ancient architectural site Le Chinaillon.

Price from £955 per person includes return flights, transfers, half board accommodation and the services of a dedicated tour leader. Departures from 25 June 2016.

Via Francigenaa 6 night pilgrimage through the stunning Tuscan countryside embracing, Via Francigena (the way of St Francis) which leads from Canterbury to Rome.

Highlights include, San Miniato, famed for its truffles; the ancient town of Gambassi Terme with its spa and superb glass blowing; the walled, hilltop medieval town of San Gimignano and Siena – a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the most beautiful attractions in Italy.

Price from £ 999 per person includes return flights, transfers, half board accommodation and the services of a dedicated tour leader. Departures from 5 April 2016.

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Award-winning Ramblers Worldwide Holidays have been established since 1946 and are the experts in small group guided walking adventures. 

The company now operates 250 holidays in 70 countries.

Ramblers Worldwide Holidays offer a range of graded walks from leisurely to challenging.

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Their portfolio also includes specialist holidays linked to walking such as, cooking, cruising, birdwatching, rail journeys and flora.

A range of walking grades are available from leisurely strolls to more challenging mountain hikes.

Alongside their traditional guided walking proposition, Ramblers Worldwide Holidays provide independent, self-guided UK walking adventures via their Load Off Your Back programme www.loadoffyourback.co.uk

Ramblers Worldwide Holidays are fully protected for their customers as members of ABTA, AITO & ATOL scheme.

The operator is a not-for-profit company and contributes monies to the Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust which supports walking related and environmental projects in the UK. The company also funds Heart & Sole - an initiative managed by company staff, with the aim of reaching into the heart of the communities visited.

The company’s mission is to generate funds for walking charities by the provision of outstanding outdoor activity holidays.

Ramblers Worldwide Holidays also runs The Walking Partnership - an initiative which champions walking at the 'grass roots' level by providing funding and support to walking groups and clubs throughout the UK.

Ramblers Worldwide Holidays is the Walking Holiday Partner of the Ramblers, Britain’s walking charity which is driving this summer’s Big Pathwatch project, to the ‘rights of way’ network across England and Wales which stretches for 140 thousand miles.