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Tajikistan

The republics of Tadjikisan offers some of the best mountaineering and trekking opportunities in the world. The remoteness, variety of mountains, colourful and friendly local communities, relative ease of access and stable weather make this one of our most highly recommended destinations.

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Russia

Most first time visitors to Caucasus are keen to ascend Mount Elbrus, 5642m, Europe’s highest mountain. Elbrus lies just north of the main Caucasus Chain – a range almost 1000 miles long with a heavily glaciated central section containing several summits rising well above 5000m.

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Turkey

Tanzania is probably best known for being the home to Mount Kilimanjaro – one of the 7 summits of the world. Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing summit in the world and the highest summit in Africa, standing proudly at 5895m. As a country Tanzania also boasts many other natural attractions such as Mount Meru (4565m), the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar.

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Uganda

Uganda, known as ‘the Pearl of Africa’ is a country with fantastic natural scenery and a rich mosaic of tribes and cultures. Travelling through Uganda you will be captivated by its beauty, overwhelmed by the friendliness of its people and intrigued by all that Uganda has to offer.

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Kenya

Kenya has a wealth of superb and varied destinations, many of these rival the best in Africa and often are less popular and crowded. EWP originated in Kenya and our knowledge and experience of the country allows us to help you create an ideal adventure holiday programme.
Mount Kenya is located on the equator. Magnificent cliffs and glaciers protect the highest peaks of Nelion (5188m) and Batian (5199m). The third highest summit – Point Lenana, (4985m) – is also glaciated but accessible to walkers. Tarns and alpine meadows; exotic, equatorial, high-altitude vegetation; sunbirds, hyrax and soaring eagles make the walk around the peaks one of the most beautiful expeditions in the East African mountains.

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Tanzania

Tanzania is probably best known for being the home to Mount Kilimanjaro – one of the 7 summits of the world. Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing summit in the world and the highest summit in Africa, standing proudly at 5895m. As a country Tanzania also boasts many other natural attractions such as Mount Meru (4565m), the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar.

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