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Canopy Tour Swaziland (4hrs) » Northern Highlights Tour (4hrs) »
White Water Rafting (full day) » Adventure Caving - day trip »
White Water Rafting (half day) » Swazi Local Host guide service (half day) »
White Water Rafting Abseiling Tubing Combo » Mountain Bike Safari (4hrs) »
Safari Mkhaya Game Reserve (9hrs) » Mountain Biking Culture Trail (4hrs) »
Quad Biking Devil's Cauldron 1-hour trail » Adventure Caving - Evening with dinner »
Quad Biking Devil's Cauldron 2-hour trail » Hlane Royal National Park Safari »

Taste of Swaziland Tour (full day)
The Swazi Trails Taste of Swaziland tour is a distinctly different tour. It is alive living and changing from day to day. This tour is not directed from the office, its led from the field. Where you go and what you decide do is up to you and your private driver-guide. This tour is constantly tailor-made to meet specific requests on a daily basis. This is the guided tour to book when want to accessa once-off or annual occasion like a national ceremony, a traditional wedding or on lucky occasions a public appearances by His Majesty the King.
You will find your Swazi Trails guide resourceful and enthusiastic. He or she will be passionate about doing something a little different and exploring off-the-beaten track.
If you are interested in bathing in a hot spring with locals, need to track down a relative in a long-forgotten cemetery or simply want to explore on-of-a-kind photographic opportunities then this is the way to do it.
Pickup info: For the Taste of Swaziland Tour - a free pick-up is generally offered from lodges and hotels in the Ezulwini Valley and surrounding areas. Pick-up's and drop-off's further afield may attract an additional charge.
 
 

Taste of Swaziland Tour (half day)
The Taste of Swaziland tour is an unusual tour in that it is largely unstructured. Where you go and what you do is entirely up to you and your private driver-guide to decide. This tour is custom-designed to satisfy specific requests on a daily basis. It is the tour to book when needing guidance to visit once-off or annual occasions like national ceremonies, traditional weddings and public appearances by His Majesty the King.
So, those who have scanned all the tours and can't find one to suit their specific interests, book a Taste of Swaziland excursion! The Swazi Trails guides are resourceful and enthusiastic and love doing something a little different, so if you want to go bathing in a hot spring, track down a relative in a long-forgotten cemetery or simply explore photographic opportunities off-the-beaten track, the guides will try their best to ensure you get what you really want.
Pickup info: For the Taste of Swaziland Tour - a free pick-up is generally offered from lodges and hotels in the Ezulwini Valley and surrounding areas. Pick-up's and drop-off's further afield may attract an additional charge.
 
 

Canopy Tour Swaziland (4hrs)
Canopy Touring is one of Swaziland's newest adventure activities, with this recently established site being rated as one of the best in Southern Africa. The backdrop of Malolotja Nature Reserve and its rolling wilderness of mountain peaks is juxtaposed against the intimate exploration of the Majolomba River Gorge. Its vivid rock formations, rich montane vegetation and active birdlife can only be accessed from above.
Attached to a system of cableways and platforms and gliding between tall forest trees and from cliff-face to cliff, your experience may seem somewhat unreal or dreamlike... but certainly not it is an outing that will never be forgotten.
This Swazi Canopy Tour is guided by experienced local guides and the highest level of safety is adhered to in all aspects of the operation.
 
 

White Water Rafting (full day)
White-water rafting was introduced to Swaziland in 1991 and is renowned as the best white-water in Southern Africa, south of the Zambesi. Operated by Swazi Trails the standard format is a half or full day guided river trip. The Great Usutu River offers a variety of Grade II to Grade IV white-water rapids. Trips are undertaken in 2-man, inflatable "croc" rafts and guided by local river guides in kayaks. Rafting in various formats is available 365 days a year. Departures are guaranteed for a minimum of two persons.
The Great Usutu is Swaziland's largest river. It flows from the South African highveld through central Swaziland and exits the Kingdom near Big Bend. Thereafter it winds past Nduma in KwaZulu-Natal and up to the Bay of Maputo in Mozambique. The Swazi Trails rafting stretch runs from a location between the villages of Sidvokodvo and Siphofaneni, which is known as the Bulungapoort. Although the river changes dramatically from full to low water levels, there is always a selection of Grade 2 to 4 rapids to be attempted. At certain medium and high water levels some stretches become Grade 5 in difficulty, with optional or compulsory portages at the river guide's discretion.
The river is wide and at lower water levels it winds its way between numerous islands and sandbanks, which are otherwise covered during the full water season. The location is scenic with tall mountains and forested riverbanks, interspersed occasionally by rural Swazi homesteads.
This booking option that you are currently browsing is for a full day White Water Rafting trip - generally available November through to May annually.
If you prefer a half day river rafting trip, which is available all year round then try - White Water Rafting Half Day.
If you would still like a full day of adventure, but are planning to visit in the winter season June to October, then try our great value White Water Rafting Abseiling Tubing Combo.
Pickup info: Trips depart Swazi Trails office between 08h30 and 09h00 daily. Swazi Trails are situated within the Mantenga Craft Centre in the Ezulwini Valley. There is safe parking for vehicles. A hotel or lodge pick-up in the Ezulwini, Mbabane and Manzini areas can be arranged at an additional charge. Free pick-ups are often provided when logistically possible, especially for larger groups or for participants accommodated in the direction of the tour departure. If unsure just ask as a special request when booking.
 
 

White Water Rafting (half day)
From its launch in 1991, white-water rafting has been rated as the must-do adventure activity in Swaziland. The Great Usutu River is widely regarded as the best white-water to be found south of the legendary Zambesi. Swazi Trails provide a choice of half or full day guided river trips.
This booking tab that you are currently browsing is for Half Day White Water Rafting - available all year round. If you would prefer a full day river adventure, generally November to April then switch to - White Water Rafting Full Day. Another option, for those that are travelling in the winter months, May to October, but who still want a full day of adrenaline and adventure - why not try the rafting, tubing, abseiling combination. You find find out all about this here - White Water Rafting Tubing Abeiling Combo.
The Great Usutu River offers a good range of Grade II to Grade IV white water rapids. Trips are undertaken in two-man, inflatable rafts and guided by local Swazi river guides. Departures are guaranteed for minimum of two persons. Although available all year round, the half day white water option is most popular in the winter months when water levels in the Great Usutu River are lower. During these months Swazi Trails choose to restrict their usual rafting section to only the most enjoyable sections of rapids. Low water does not mean low adrenaline and in fact the section becomes a lot more challenging with more exposed rocks and need for careful navigation.
The Great Usutu is Swaziland's largest river. It originates on the South African highveld and flows through central Swaziland and exiting the Kingdom near Big Bend. Then it meanders past Nduma in KwaZulu-Natal and up to the Bay of Maputo in Mozambique. The white-water rafting stretch that Swazi Trails make use of is roughly between the rural villages of Sidvokodvo and Siphofaneni, an area known as the Bulungapoort. The river is wide and at lower water levels it winds its way between numerous islands and sandbanks, which are otherwise covered during the full water season. The location is scenic with tall mountains and forested riverbanks, interspersed occasionally by rural Swazi homesteads. Although the river does change dramatically from full to low water season, there is always enough rapids to maker this day one to remember.
Pickup info: Trips depart Swazi Trails office between 08h30 and 09h00 daily. Swazi Trails are situated within the Mantenga Craft Centre in the Ezulwini Valley. There is safe parking for vehicles. A hotel or lodge pick-up in the Ezulwini, Mbabane and Manzini areas can be arranged at an additional charge. Free pick-ups are often provided when logistically possible, especially for larger groups or for participants accommodated in the direction of the tour departure. If unsure just ask as a special request when booking.
 
 

White Water Rafting Abseiling Tubing Combo
White-water rafting was introduced to Swaziland way back in 1991 and is rated as the best white-water south of the mighty Zambesi. Swazi Trails offer a half or full day guided trip format. During the winter months of June to October Swazi Trails opt to restrict their rafting section to only the best rapids, which make up a half day trip. However with so many hours of great sunlight (winter is fantastic in Swaziland) why waste the rest of the day? That's how this rafting-abseiling combo came about, with the afternoon jam-packed with exciting ropework alongside the thundering Holomi waterfall. Raft, then abseil, then relax and chill out - in that order !
The Great Usutu River offers a good range of Grade II to Grade IV white water rapids. Trips are undertaken in two-man, inflatable rafts and guided by local Swazi river guides. Departures are guaranteed for minimum of two persons.
The Great Usutu is Swaziland's largest river. It originates on the South African highveld and flows through central Swaziland and exiting the Kingdom near Big Bend. Then it meanders past Nduma in KwaZulu-Natal and up to the Bay of Maputo in Mozambique. The white-water rafting stretch that Swazi Trails make use of is roughly between the rural villages of Sidvokodvo and Siphofaneni, an area known as the Bulungapoort. The river is wide and at lower water levels it winds its way between numerous islands and sandbanks, which are otherwise covered during the full water season. The location is scenic with tall mountains and forested riverbanks, interspersed occasionally by rural Swazi homesteads. Although the river does change dramatically from full to low water season, there is always enough rapids to maker this day one to remember.
The abseiling site at Holomi waterfall is particularly scenic with a vast moonscape of granite rocks carved into numerous potholes, twirls and towers of smooth rock. Our abseil is aimed at beginners and is not particularly high, however the staging area is quite exposed and even experienced abseilers will get a little bit of a rush from this gnarly take-off. Abseiling is not offered in the summer months as it can be uncomfortably hot sitting on top of a cliff...when the river is really the place to be.
For those that don't have a head for heights and aren't interested in abseiling, we offer another afternoon alternative and that is to re-run the last section of white-water rapids by tube. Swazi Trails provide proper Ark Inflatable white-water tubes, with handle holds and high volume bouyancy, because there's no doubt you'll need it. Note - there is generally not time to do both the tubing and abseiling in one afternoon, so you'll need to choose.
Pickup info: Trips depart Swazi Trails office between 08h30 and 09h00 daily. Swazi Trails are situated within the Mantenga Craft Centre in the Ezulwini Valley. There is safe parking for vehicles. A hotel or lodge pick-up in the Ezulwini, Mbabane and Manzini areas can be arranged at an additional charge. Free pick-ups are often provided when logistically possible, especially for larger groups or for participants accommodated in the direction of the tour departure. If unsure just ask as a special request when booking.
 
 

Safari Mkhaya Game Reserve (9hrs)
Almost guaranteed viewing of a wide variety of big game - black and white rhino, elephant, buffalo, hippo, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, jackal, tsessebe, waterbuck, roan and sable antelope, as well as many other species.
Viewing is undertaken in open Landrovers at surprisingly close proximity, with guiding by friendly Swazi rangers. On occasions visitors are led on short bush walks for more intimate viewing of big game. Even ardent fans of the Kruger National Park will be awe-struck at the quality of this national wildlife attraction.
A delicious bush camp lunch of venison meats, salads, phutu and home-made bread is enjoyed in the shade of tall riverine trees at the reserve's tented camp.
Note: his tour is inclusive of a chauffeured transfer service from hotels and lodges in the Mbabane-Ezulwini-Manzini area to Mkhaya. Travelling time approx. 1-1.5 hrs each way.
Pickup info: Pick-up from accommodation establishments on the Mbabane - Ezulwini - Manzini corridor. Pick-up varies between 08h30 and 09h00, depending where you stay.
 
 

Quad Biking Devil's Cauldron 1-hour trail
The Devil's Cauldron Quad Trail offers 8km of meandering and interconnecting quad track. Every metre was cut and purpose-built to maximize enjoyment and skill development. The venue is immediately adjacent to the Royal Swazi Sun hotel complex in a site that was intensively mined for tin some 75 years ago. The resulting deep donga's (gulley's) and scarred landscape has been reclaimed by nature over time and is now fully re-vegetated with grass, riverine forest and reed beds. There is a stream bubbling through and the area is teeming with birdlife, flowers & small mammals, including duiker & nyala. A large central "canyon" with high red earth walls is what has given rise to the venue label as "The Devil's Cauldron".
Opened in December 2006, after 8 months of extensive scoping and development the Devil's Cauldron Quad Trail offers 8km of quad track, suitable for total beginners as well as experienced ATV (all terrain vehicle) enthusiasts. Trails are fully guided on 250cc Suzuki "Ozark" quads with one and two hour options available from 08h00 to 17h00 daily. Special requests can be made for earlier and later departures to fit busy touring, conference or golfing schedules.
Trips depart for a minimum of 1 person and a maximum of 8. For pre-booked corporate groups, capacity can be boosted to 21 bikes per hour, split between 3 lead guides. The quad trail can be linked up to exciting team-building exercises and/or multi-activity fun sessions including paintball, archery & orienteering, which are also available through Swazi Trails.
Pickup info: Quad trail participants are required to check-in 15 minutes prior to trip departure at the Swazi Trails tour desk at the Royal Swazi Sun Hotel. Hotel or lodge pick-ups within Swaziland are offered in the Ezulwini, Mbabane and Manzini areas at an additional charge.
 
 

Quad Biking Devil's Cauldron 2-hour trail
The Devil's Cauldron Quad Trail consists of 8 kilometres of winding and criss-crossing quad track. The entire track was cut and built to optimize enjoyment and the development of quad-riding skills. The trail is situated adjacent to the Royal Swazi Sun Hotel in an area that was tin-mined 75 years ago. Over time the mining scars of deep donga's (gulley's) have been reclaimed by nature and now is well re-vegetated with grass, riverine forest and swampy reed beds. There is a small stream cascading through the area. Birdlife, flowers & small mammals, including duiker & nyala can be seen. The main central "canyon" with its characteristic red earth walls is what has given rise to the name "The Devil's Cauldron".
Initially opened in late 2006, after many months of detailed scoping and development, The Devil's Cauldron Quad Trail offers 8km of very unique quad track. The trail is manageable by beginners, yet still offers challenging options for experienced ATV (all terrain vehicle) enthusiasts. Trails are led by a full-time quad guide. 250cc Suzuki "Ozark" quads are utilised with one hour and two hour options available from 08h00 to 17h00 daily. Prior requests can be made for earlier or later departures (06h00 to 18h00) to fit busy touring, conference or golfing schedules.
Trails depart for a minimum of one and a maximum of eight persons. For pre-booked corporate groups, capacity can be boosted to 21 quads at a time, split between three guides. The quad trail can be combined with team-building challenges or multi-activity fun sessions including paint-ball, long-bow archery & orienteering. This can be arranged directly through Swazi Trails.
Pickup info: Quad trail participants are required to check-in 15 minutes prior to trip departure at the Swazi Trails tour desk at the Royal Swazi Sun Hotel. Hotel or lodge pick-ups within Swaziland are offered in the Ezulwini, Mbabane and Manzini areas at an additional charge.
 
 

Swaziland Highlights Tour (8hrs)
This is popular combination of both the Southern and Northern sight-seeing loops is one sure way to see Swaziland in a day.
Operated by Swazi Trails, who boast 22 years of local touring experience, this highlights tour takes in many of Swaziland's art and craft attractions, plenty of local scenery, a smattering of Swazi history, a solid chunk of traditional Swazi culture and dancing, plus plenty time inbetween to ask anything you may want to about how Swaziland ticks.
Your local professional driver-guide will guide you throughout the day and will endeavour to pack as much as possible into the time available. This tour does a big figure-8, taking in the area to the south of the Ezulwini Valley, including Mantenga, Lobamba, Manzini and Malkerns and thereafter the Mbabane, Ngwenya, Maguga and Nkhaba areas. The diversity of this tour and the number of stops its makes contribute to its popularity.
This tour runs on a daily basis. For more info read the full itinerary below. To get an advance glimpse of what to expect, see our photo gallery.
If you prefer a shorter day out have a look at either the Northern Highlights tour itinerary or alternatively the Southern Highlights Tour , both of which are finished within 4 hours.
Pickup info: A free pick-up is generally offered from lodges and hotels in the Ezulwini Valley and surrounding areas. Pick-up's and drop-off's further afield may attract an additional charge.
 
 

Southern Highlights Tour (4hrs)
This is the most popular sight-seeing or highlights tour operating by Swazi Trails. In a short space of 4 hours you will see many of Swaziland's art and craft attractions, view some local scenery, get to hear about Swazi history and see traditional Swazi culture and dancing.
Your professional driver-guide will answer any burning questions that you may have and endeavour to help you get the very best of the time available. The tour focuses on a fairly tight area to the south of the Ezulwini Valley, encompassing Mantenga, Lobamba, Manzini and Malkerns. The diversity of this tour and the number of stops its makes contribute to its popularity.
This tour runs in the morning or afternoon on a daily basis. For more info read the full itinerary below. To get an advance glimpse of what to expect, see our photo gallery.
Another similar option is the Northern Highlights tour which heads north of Mbabane. If you would like to link and Northern and Southern Highlights Tour into a full day, then try the Swaziland Highlights tour which includes lunch.
Pickup info: A free pick-up is generally offered from lodges and hotels in the Ezulwini Valley, Mantenga, Mlilwane, Manzini and Malkerns areas of Swaziland. Pick-up's and drop-off's further afield may attract an additional charge.
 
 

Northern Highlights Tour (4hrs)
This half-day sight-seeing tour is operated by Swazi Trails. In a wide arc to the north of Mbabane, this 4 hour outing covers scenic, art and craft, historical, geological and cultural highlights.
Your local guide will assist to make the jorney come alives, with numerous stories and anecdotes en route and between the numerous stops at diverse points of interest.
The tour focuses on the areas to the north of the Ezulwini Valley, encompassing Mbabane, Ngwenya, Nkhaba, Maguga and the Komati and Mbuluzi River valleys. The scenic viewpoints on this tour and the opportinuity to see a wide range of Swazi landscapes are its main features.
This highlights tour runs in the morning or afternoon on a daily basis. For more info read the full itinerary below. To get a quick glimpse of what to expect, see our photo gallery.
If you prefer a tour that heads south of Ezulwini, try the Southern Highlights tour or if you are lokking to link and the Northern and Southern Highlights Tour into a comprehensive full day outing including lunch, have a look at the Swaziland Highlights tour.
Pickup info: A free pick-up is generally offered from lodges and hotels in the Ezulwini Valley, Mantenga, Mlilwane and Mbabane areas of Swaziland. Pick-up's and drop-off's further afield may attract an additional charge.
 
 

Adventure Caving - day trip
Adventure Caving is one of Swaziland's most famous adrenaline pursuits. Launched in April 1999, following the exploration of the unique Gobholo Cave system, Swazi Trails now offer amateur explorers the opportunity to get underground in true speleological fashion. Headlamps, battery packs, muddy passages, bats and lots of total blackness are all part of the experience - ideal for first-timers, as well as dedicated spelunking experts.
The caves were formed by an ancient boulder choke, which has been further opened and eroded, into subterranean chambers by the passage of water through softer rock material. This is the only known major cave system in granite rock in Southern Africa and thus presents a unique geological experience. The system can be compared to a giant underground gravel pit, with cavers manoeuvring themselves like ants through the myriad of gaps and passageways. Care has to be maintained to stick to the known routes, as portions of the cave remain unexplored. A minor river flows through the bottom of the cave, which can only be reached by athletic and competent groups. The cave location is scenic with tall mountains and surrounding forested areas.
Pickup info: Trips leave from the Swazi Trails office at the Mantenga Craft Centre, Ezulwini. There is safe parking for vehicles. A hotel or lodge pick-up in the Ezulwini, Mbabane and Manzini areas can be arranged at an additional charge. Free pick-ups are often provided when logistically possible, especially for larger groups or for participants accommodated in the direction of the tour departure.
 
 

Swazi Local Host guide service (half day)
Whether travelling alone (self drive) or in a group, interaction with a local guide is guaranteed to be a memorable event and to add value to your visit to the Kingdom. Even if you have a South African based guide or driver, the addition of a Swazi guide for a half or full day will be a great novelty.
Swazi Trails guides are polite, well spoken and trained to expose visitors to sights and experiences, which are otherwise off the beaten track. Guides are all English speaking.
Standard procedure sees guides dispatched to wait for the arriving group at the border post of entry to Swaziland, or scheduled to meet groups on their arrival at a local hotel. Guides are usually dressed in traditional attire and are happy to pose for photographs. Services include offering answers to difficult questions, assisting with translation at Swazi markets and roadside stops, highlighting local events when in progress and making suggestions to drivers on where to go to make the best use of available time.
Guides are also useful in solving problems and assisting where groups are split to do different activities. The added security of a local guide allows opportunities for greater exploration of off-the-beaten track attractions which otherwise would be missed.
Pickup info: Determined when booking.
 
 

Mountain Bike Safari (4hrs)
There are few places in Africa where you can cycle past herds of game on the seat of a bicycle. Enjoy a half-day excursion to Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary and get eye-to-eye with zebra, wildebeest, warthog, kudu, nyala, waterbuck, blesbok, impala, hippopotamus and crocodile. Under the careful guidance of a Swazi guide, follow tracks and trails through the gentle hills and valleys of this scenic area. Ideal for photography & bird watching - this is an African safari with a healthy difference.
Our bicycle tour starts at Mantenga Craft and Lifestyle Centre, with a gentle ride through Lobamba Village to the Mlilwane Park entrance. Within the park a wide variety of routes exist and guides match cyclist ability and fitness to available routes. An optional swim in a warm spring, the Mhlambanyatsi River or the Rest Camp pool can be considered on most days - so bring a costume.
These MTB trails take 4 hours and cover 22-30km.
 
 

Mountain Biking Culture Trail (4hrs)
This half-day cycle tour starts at Mantenga in suburban Swaziland and soon enters a rural area where everyday Swazi lifestyle can be observed. A footbridge across the Lusushwana River offers access to Lobamba, the Royal Village and home to the National Stadium, Houses of Parliament, National Museum, National Archives, King Sobhuza II Memorial Park, National Church and Ludzidzini, home to the Swazi Queen Mother and site of the annual Swaziland Reed Dance. Follow your friendly local Swazi guide on a trail of interaction, meeting people, visiting homes, tasting Swazi beer at a shebeen, roasting bits of meat on fire, buying fruit at the market and generally mixing with Swazi people in a way that one can only do on a bicycle.
The trail then moves on to Mantenga Nature Reserve with lovely natural scenery, waterfalls and a 19th century Swazi Cultural Village in pristine settings. Learn about the traditions and beliefs of the Swazi nation, as preserved in a living museum, and then catch an energetic foot-stomping display of the traditional Swazi sibhaca dancing.
21-speed mountain bikes (MTB's) are used for this activity. Helmets are provided.
 
 

Adventure Caving - Evening with dinner
Adventure Caving is one of Swaziland's famous adrenaline pursuits. Launched in April 1999, following the exploration of the unique Gobholo Cave system, Swazi Trails now offer amateur explorers the opportunity to get underground in true speleological fashion. Headlamps, battery packs, muddy passages, bats and lots of total blackness are all part of the experience - ideal for first-timers, as well as experts.
The caves were formed by an ancient boulder choke, which has been further opened and eroded, into subterranean chambers by the passage of water through softer rock material. This is the only known major cave system in granite rock in Southern Africa and thus presents a unique geological experience. The system can be compared to a giant underground gravel pit, with cavers manoeuvring themselves like ants through the myriad of gaps and passageways. Care has to be maintained to stick to the known routes, as portions of the cave remain unexplored. A minor river flows through the bottom of the cave, which can only be reached by athletic and competent groups. The cave location is scenic with tall mountains and surrounding forested areas.
Pickup info: Trips leave from the Swazi Trails office at the Mantenga Craft Centre, Ezulwini. There is safe parking for vehicles. A hotel or lodge pick-up in the Ezulwini, Mbabane and Manzini areas can be arranged at an additional charge. Free pick-ups are often provided when logistically possible, especially for larger groups or for participants accommodated in the direction of the tour departure.
 
 

Hlane Royal National Park Safari
This Swaziland safari offered by Swazi Trails, is an ideal way to explore Hlane Royal National Park, home to populations of lion, elephant, leopard, cheetah, rhino, hippo, crocodile, hyena and many other species of wildlife. The Hlane Game Parks is Swaziland's largest conservation area at over 30 000ha. Hlane is held in trust for the Swazi Nation by His Majesty King Mswati III.
A network of game-viewing roads criss-cross the game reserve's flat terrain, weaving between 1,000-year old hardwood vegetation and past shallow pans which attract great herds of animals during the dry winter months.
Swazi Trails have been running day tours to Hlane Royal National Park since 1987 and are well acquainted with the best ways to get value out of this high-quality game-viewing sanctuary.
Pickup info: Tours leave from the Swazi Trails office at the Mantenga Craft Centre, Ezulwini. There is safe parking for vehicles. A hotel or lodge pick-up in the Ezulwini, Mbabane and Manzini areas can be arranged at an additional charge. Free pick-ups are often provided when logistically possible, especially for larger groups or for participants accommodated in the direction of the tour departure.
 
 

 

 

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