9 Sep September 9, 2015 by Vision Travel in Active Travel, Featured 1) Peru Surrender to the awe of mighty Machu Picchu on enthralling journey through Peru. Experience the clash of cultures that co-exist in thriving, bustling cities full of colour and passion. Meet locals who lead a traditional lifestyle and explore relic sand ruins, ancient stone reminders of the past. Set to the back drop of stunning mountain vistas and lush green landscapes, a journey to Peru provides authentic experiences and opportunities for adventure in a fun, accessible way. 2) Cambodia A holiday in Cambodia has a great many surmises to win the hearts of even the most jaded of travellers. There’s freshness to the place, a vitality which is infectious and a simplicity to life which is captivating. Visitors inevitably find themselves falling quickly into step with Cambodia’s languid pace, and soon discover their cares evaporate. With ever-quickening steps Cambodians are casting aside the memories of their tragic recent history and extending a warm, welcoming hand of friendship. This is a country yet to be spoiled by mass tourism, where the smiles are nearly all genuine. While the main attraction of Cambodia lies in Angkor Wat – the main temple located in Siem Reap, the actual Angkor temples spread over many miles of area and contain a variety of fascinating structures in varying states of repair. Days can be spent wandering these incredibly impressive buildings and a guided tour of 1, 2 or 3 days for you to gain the full understanding of what you are seeing. 3) Italy Discover the sights and delights of Italy! Begin amid the canals of Venice, visit the charming towns of the Cinque Terre, soak up the beauty of Florence and wind up in the piazzas of Rome. With plenty of free time for independent exploration and the freedom to discover Italy’s history and culture at your own pace-there’s no better way to see this wonderful pocket of the world. 4) China Stepping out across the peaceful semi-ruin of a section of the Great Wall is like walking in the footsteps of the past. Far from the tourist crowds you will be able to get a great sense of the scale and the majesty of this remarkable piece of engineering. As you trek along various contrasting sections of the wall, we get closer today-to-day life in rural China before returning to Beijing, a city steeped with history yet plunging headlong into modernization. 5) India Few cities can rival Delhi for vibrancy and contrasts. Varanasi meanwhile remains the most traditional and holy of Hindu cities. At Agra one must not miss out on visiting the magnificent Taj Mahal, before continuing to the eerie abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri. From here you will be hosted by the descendants of Rajput royals at Karauli. Jaipur is all colour and action, and centres on the huge Amber Fort. To cap off this magical journey, exploring Sawarda and Mandawa, two hidden gems in Rajasthan, in relative seclusion is truly unforgettable.