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Ireland

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Life Changing
  • Romes08 Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries

The Ireland trip was my first Contiki and my first solo adventure! To say that this trip was life changing, is an understatement. Ireland was breathtakingly beautiful, the adventures were some that I would have never done on my own and the people were the best! I made some great friends and my trip manager was amazing!

If you are even thinking a little about taking this trip or any other Contiki trip, I say go. Jump at the chance. You only live once and this will change your life!

I will be back to do another Contiki, soon!

My Contiki was: Amazing, Life-changing, Exhilarating

Ireland

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Life Changing
  • Romes08 Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries

The Ireland trip was my first Contiki and my first solo adventure! To say that this trip was life changing, is an understatement. Ireland was breathtakingly beautiful, the adventures were some that I would have never done on my own and the people were the best! I made some great friends and my trip manager was amazing!

If you are even thinking a little about taking this trip or any other Contiki trip, I say go. Jump at the chance. You only live once and this will change your life!

I will be back to do another Contiki, soon!

My Contiki was: Amazing, Life-changing, Exhilarating

  • Ayeisha T Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 1 Country

This was my first time traveling out of the country since I was younger and I am beyond happy I made the decision to go with Contiki for this trip! It was the most educational and best sight seeing tour ever, I never wanted it to end.... Our tour guide was absolutely amazing and made it so much more enjoyable because she was so easy to get along with. I would definitely recommend doing as much of the optional activities as you can but if that's an issue definitely include one of the bungy jumps in there - AMAZING!! This tour is great even if you are on a budget as the inclusions that they have keep you entertained just as much!

This tour is very live out of your suit case the first few nights but don't worry this changes in queens town. Definitely over budget yourself for this trip as the Me time activities are amazing and if you are into the night life than you are in for a treat. There is literally something on every single night.

Once you get into Queenstown you need to make it a rule to get down to Ferg burger, best burgers ever no word of a lie. The traveling from stop to stop goes quite fast and you do stop a lot which eases it up and you don't feel like you have been traveling for 5+ hours sometimes. My Contiki group was bloody unreal and I hope the same for anyone else because the crazy bunch I was on tour with are already my mates for life. I think this factor made a big difference on the way I enjoyed myself, this trip is definitely something you can fly solo on though too.

If you are an adrenaline junky and love the outdoors, this is the tour for you! From bungy jumping, canyon swinging, sky diving, water rafting and ice hiking... YOU WILL LOVE EVERY SECOND!!

  • Vanessa Level 5 Traveler
  • 5 Contikis
  • 12 Countries

Nabbing a last minute deal for a spur of the moment trip to the Northern Territory, this tour delivered on everything I wanted to experience here.

Normally one to backpack, I chose the Outback Adventure tour instead since it offered a great price for this region (paired with the frequent Contiki traveller discount) of Aus which isn't so easy or affordable to travel solo.

I wasn't disappointed with the tour in any way and as an Australian, felt it was a wonderful option to see more of my own country.

Travelling quite a distance in a short time meant a lot of time on the bus which was super modern, comfortable and clean.

Youngy, our driver is amazing at his job and never failed to start the day (no matter how early or how many hundreds of km's he had to drive!) with a smile. Zammit, our guide was also extremely knowledgable, organised and passionate about his role and the pair made the tour look and feel seamlessly effortless for us all, despite the hard work that surely went on behind the scenes.

The accommodation at each stop was in my opinion, really great for where we were, which was often (unsurprisingly for this region) the middle of nowhere! We almost always had a pool and since our group was a small one (around 20 people) as we travelled in out of peak season in March, often quad share was less and we were only 3 to a room.

I usually choose a tour based on itinerary and this one covered a lot of highlights from Darwin to Alice Springs. The most exciting in my opinion was Kakadu, Katherine and Uluru, but each stop had its highlights. Even sleeping in a swag for the night was pretty fun, despite some original hesitations!

Compared to other companies which offer a similar product for often a much larger price tag, I felt the Outback Adventure tour with Contiki was a great value option to see the best of the NT :)

My Contiki was: natural beauty, adventure , fun

  • Ashley Level 2 Traveler
  • 2 Contikis
  • 7 Countries

This was easily the best trip I've ever done. The group was absolutely amazing, we all got along so well and were all on board for some serious sight seeing during the day, followed by some equally intense partying at night. #ContikiGazelle was fantastic, super knowledgeable and friendly. Prague and Budapest were favourites. I drank more beer on this trip than I ever have in my life, it was that good (plus no hangovers!). Time on the bus was minimal, which was great. Even when we were driving, the views out the windows were phenomenal. Food was okay, but that was to be expected from that part of Europe (so much schnitzel, no complaints here). I thought accommodations were decently central and actually really nice. DO ALL THE ME TIME OPTIONALS - don't miss a thing. They were all worth every single penny. Personal favourites were the traditional Czech evening, Czech river boat cruise, Vienna classical concert and Vienna snapps museum. It was an easy pace, so a ton of free time to wander around the cities and throw back a few pivos. If you can, stay an extra day in Budapest and do the beer biking around town! You get 30 litres of beer with up to a party of 6 - easily best part of my whole vacation. Lots of young single people on this one, which was totally opposite of the Italian Espresso one I did last year.

  • Ashley Level 2 Traveler
  • 2 Contikis
  • 7 Countries

This was easily the best trip I've ever done. The group was absolutely amazing, we all got along so well and were all on board for some serious sight seeing during the day, followed by some equally intense partying at night. #ContikiGazelle was fantastic, super knowledgeable and friendly. Prague and Budapest were favourites. I drank more beer on this trip than I ever have in my life, it was that good (plus no hangovers!). Time on the bus was minimal, which was great. Even when we were driving, the views out the windows were phenomenal. Food was okay, but that was to be expected from that part of Europe (so much schnitzel, no complaints here). I thought accommodations were decently central and actually really nice. DO ALL THE ME TIME OPTIONALS - don't miss a thing. They were all worth every single penny. Personal favourites were the traditional Czech evening, Czech river boat cruise, Vienna classical concert and Vienna snapps museum. It was an easy pace, so a ton of free time to wander around the cities and throw back a few pivos. If you can, stay an extra day in Budapest and do the beer biking around town! You get 30 litres of beer with up to a party of 6 - easily best part of my whole vacation. Lots of young single people on this one, which was totally opposite of the Italian Espresso one I did last year.

Of course there were some concerns when booking the trip, but I didn't hesitate at all. I'm so glad I did it, and the timing was 100% perfect. I went during Christmas break/NYE, and WOW that was the best experience I've ever had. The temperature was a nice 70 degrees fahrenheit on average, cooler at night. And going inside the tombs it was so muggy at that time, I can't imagine it in the summer. The pictures and itinerary should speak for themselves, but if you need some convincing...let me just tell you...Abu Simbel was mind blowing, the Pyramids were breath-taking, and my camel named Michael Jackson was a doll.
The group was the largest he had had in months-there were 40 of us, and I think he said they usually have like 12. By "he", I mean Sherif aka tour manager aka the best. He had the best sayings...."Wakey wakey!" or "We go inside this tomb and take a sneaky tiki picture". So knowledgeable and sincere. Please, don't forget to tip your tm. On top of all of that, I'd say the highlight of the trip was the optional $140ish hot air balloon ride. We saw the last sunrise of 2015 that morning in Egypt overlooking the Valley of the Kings and I don't know a person in that damn basket who wasn't moved.
I know it's corny, but my soul felt better after visiting one of the most ancient and historic places on Earth. The food was good, the Egyptians were respectful, and I didn't get a thing stolen or lost or anything bad! Honestly. I made some awesome life-long friends to say the least. A few of us already planned and paid for our next NYE contiki together in Asia. What are you waiting for?!

My Contiki was: amazing, life-changing, soul-satisfied

Of course there were some concerns when booking the trip, but I didn't hesitate at all. I'm so glad I did it, and the timing was 100% perfect. I went during Christmas break/NYE, and WOW that was the best experience I've ever had. The temperature was a nice 70 degrees fahrenheit on average, cooler at night. And going inside the tombs it was so muggy at that time, I can't imagine it in the summer. The pictures and itinerary should speak for themselves, but if you need some convincing...let me just tell you...Abu Simbel was mind blowing, the Pyramids were breath-taking, and my camel named Michael Jackson was a doll.
The group was the largest he had had in months-there were 40 of us, and I think he said they usually have like 12. By "he", I mean Sherif aka tour manager aka the best. He had the best sayings...."Wakey wakey!" or "We go inside this tomb and take a sneaky tiki picture". So knowledgeable and sincere. Please, don't forget to tip your tm. On top of all of that, I'd say the highlight of the trip was the optional $140ish hot air balloon ride. We saw the last sunrise of 2015 that morning in Egypt overlooking the Valley of the Kings and I don't know a person in that damn basket who wasn't moved.
I know it's corny, but my soul felt better after visiting one of the most ancient and historic places on Earth. The food was good, the Egyptians were respectful, and I didn't get a thing stolen or lost or anything bad! Honestly. I made some awesome life-long friends to say the least. A few of us already planned and paid for our next NYE contiki together in Asia. What are you waiting for?!

My Contiki was: amazing, life-changing, soul-satisfied

  • avalonh Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 1 Country

I would definitely recommend Contiki's Greek Island Hopping trip to anyone who is looking to explore Greece in an activity-packed yet laid back way! Our trip leader Karin did such an amazing job of making us feel like every detail was taken care of from the hotel bookings to the private meals and excursions to the travel logistics. This allowed us to really enjoy our vacation and take in the sights without worry.

Although most of the other travelers in the group had booked the trip with friends, I felt totally comfortable being a solo traveler with Contiki. The attitude of the group was welcoming and there were so many activities that made it easy to make new friends. Our trip leader, Karin, did a great job of ensuring everyone felt included.

I would recommend choosing to do as many of the ME Time Optional activities as possible. They don't cost too much extra money and they truly allow you to take advantage of being in Greece and get a taste for its culture and landscape. My favorites included the Athens Affair and Farewell to the Greek Islands dinners as well as the Santorini Highlights day!

This trip also allows for plenty of free time/down time to explore at your own pace, nap or just hang out with your friends. The pace of this trip was perfect for someone looking to relax and just get away from the monotony of everyday life!

Overall, I was happy with the trip's accommodations. Except for our hotel in Santorini, I felt I was truly getting value for my money. Hotels in Greece are funkier than the hotels you might be used to, but the proximity to the beach make up for less than functional plumbing and older facilities.

Taking a trip with Contiki allows you to experience so much more than you would traveling on your own and takes much of the stress out of travel. Contiki booked all the ferries and hotels and took care of many of our meals. They also arranged a wide range of activities for us from private tours and entertainment to picnics and transportation to volcanoes, donkey rides, and warm springs on deserted islands.

Another plus of traveling with Contiki is that there are plenty of opportunities to party. Our group stayed out drinking and dancing early into the morning on many occasions! If this is your thing, you will not be disappointed. If it's not, there are always opportunities for you to go back to your hotel early or choose not to drink.

As a bit of a nerd, I would have liked to learn more about the historical context of the islands we visited. But Contiki certainly doesn't market itself as an educational tour company, so the lack of the historical information didn't surprise me.

All in all, I would recommend Contiki Greek Island Hopping because it makes discovering Greece easy and fun. Traveling with Contiki is a great way to make new friends and truly get to experience it all!

My Contiki was: Stress-free, Exciting, Relaxing

  • avalonh Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 1 Country

I would definitely recommend Contiki's Greek Island Hopping trip to anyone who is looking to explore Greece in an activity-packed yet laid back way! Our trip leader Karin did such an amazing job of making us feel like every detail was taken care of from the hotel bookings to the private meals and excursions to the travel logistics. This allowed us to really enjoy our vacation and take in the sights without worry.

Although most of the other travelers in the group had booked the trip with friends, I felt totally comfortable being a solo traveler with Contiki. The attitude of the group was welcoming and there were so many activities that made it easy to make new friends. Our trip leader, Karin, did a great job of ensuring everyone felt included.

I would recommend choosing to do as many of the ME Time Optional activities as possible. They don't cost too much extra money and they truly allow you to take advantage of being in Greece and get a taste for its culture and landscape. My favorites included the Athens Affair and Farewell to the Greek Islands dinners as well as the Santorini Highlights day!

This trip also allows for plenty of free time/down time to explore at your own pace, nap or just hang out with your friends. The pace of this trip was perfect for someone looking to relax and just get away from the monotony of everyday life!

Overall, I was happy with the trip's accommodations. Except for our hotel in Santorini, I felt I was truly getting value for my money. Hotels in Greece are funkier than the hotels you might be used to, but the proximity to the beach make up for less than functional plumbing and older facilities.

Taking a trip with Contiki allows you to experience so much more than you would traveling on your own and takes much of the stress out of travel. Contiki booked all the ferries and hotels and took care of many of our meals. They also arranged a wide range of activities for us from private tours and entertainment to picnics and transportation to volcanoes, donkey rides, and warm springs on deserted islands.

Another plus of traveling with Contiki is that there are plenty of opportunities to party. Our group stayed out drinking and dancing early into the morning on many occasions! If this is your thing, you will not be disappointed. If it's not, there are always opportunities for you to go back to your hotel early or choose not to drink.

As a bit of a nerd, I would have liked to learn more about the historical context of the islands we visited. But Contiki certainly doesn't market itself as an educational tour company, so the lack of the historical information didn't surprise me.

All in all, I would recommend Contiki Greek Island Hopping because it makes discovering Greece easy and fun. Traveling with Contiki is a great way to make new friends and truly get to experience it all!

My Contiki was: Stress-free, Exciting, Relaxing

  • Kayla Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 1 Country

This was my first journey with Contiki and my first time travelling solo. That being said, I didn't have any expectations so my review may be a little biased.

I arrived in Athens a day earlier than when I was to meet my group, and had the day to relax, get adjusted and catch my breath from the journey from Canada. I had some time to walk around a very quiet Athens, as it was Greek Orthodox Easter the day I landed. I met my group the next evening, and arrived at the hotel a couple hours early.

The tour itself was very busy and jam packed, waking up early each day though arriving to our destinations around 6-8 in the evening, which made time to wind down and relax, which I thoroughly appreciated. What I enjoyed about Contiki was that everything was arranged and laid out for me, and each evening before we left we were given our schedule for the next day so we knew what to expect. Included were helpful instructions like wear good walking shoes, have your cameras ready, and dress appropriately (for a beautiful Greek Orthodox church that we got an inside peak of).

Coming to Greece I wasn't sure what to expect or what I was to learn, but our tour guide Tom was so full of information, and his personality made all of the stories he shared funny, relevant, and easy to listen to. Because I chose the first tour of the season, our group was only 14 people large, so we got to all take the time to know each other and learn from each other too. I've made some wonderful friends who I look forward to keeping in touch with on their future journeys :)

The hotels were very pretty, some of them out of the ordinary and very neat and personable, and the sights were fantastic. I *loved* all the food, and the coach was clean, comfortable and spacious. I think one of the best parts of the tour was that there were so many stops along the way between Athens, Delphi and Olympia, and it was nice to often get up and off the bus, walk around a little, and grab a snack. In addition, some of these small stops are places you wouldn't see if you made the journey on your own, and there are many hidden gems to discover. I thoroughly enjoyed myself and my experience, and I hope others will when they make the choice to come on this tour too!

(The picture I included was my favourite of the entire trip, in Galaxidi, a small coastal town with the beautiful Greek Orthodox Church)

My Contiki was: Beautiful, Awe-inspiring, Jam packed

  • Kayla Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 1 Country

This was my first journey with Contiki and my first time travelling solo. That being said, I didn't have any expectations so my review may be a little biased.

I arrived in Athens a day earlier than when I was to meet my group, and had the day to relax, get adjusted and catch my breath from the journey from Canada. I had some time to walk around a very quiet Athens, as it was Greek Orthodox Easter the day I landed. I met my group the next evening, and arrived at the hotel a couple hours early.

The tour itself was very busy and jam packed, waking up early each day though arriving to our destinations around 6-8 in the evening, which made time to wind down and relax, which I thoroughly appreciated. What I enjoyed about Contiki was that everything was arranged and laid out for me, and each evening before we left we were given our schedule for the next day so we knew what to expect. Included were helpful instructions like wear good walking shoes, have your cameras ready, and dress appropriately (for a beautiful Greek Orthodox church that we got an inside peak of).

Coming to Greece I wasn't sure what to expect or what I was to learn, but our tour guide Tom was so full of information, and his personality made all of the stories he shared funny, relevant, and easy to listen to. Because I chose the first tour of the season, our group was only 14 people large, so we got to all take the time to know each other and learn from each other too. I've made some wonderful friends who I look forward to keeping in touch with on their future journeys :)

The hotels were very pretty, some of them out of the ordinary and very neat and personable, and the sights were fantastic. I *loved* all the food, and the coach was clean, comfortable and spacious. I think one of the best parts of the tour was that there were so many stops along the way between Athens, Delphi and Olympia, and it was nice to often get up and off the bus, walk around a little, and grab a snack. In addition, some of these small stops are places you wouldn't see if you made the journey on your own, and there are many hidden gems to discover. I thoroughly enjoyed myself and my experience, and I hope others will when they make the choice to come on this tour too!

(The picture I included was my favourite of the entire trip, in Galaxidi, a small coastal town with the beautiful Greek Orthodox Church)

My Contiki was: Beautiful, Awe-inspiring, Jam packed

  • Gemmaj Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 1 Country

The places you visit on this trip are amazing - the Contiki experience and organisation sucks. If you can get away from the main group during your fee time and put up with the naff organisation when you have to then you will have a good experience. You don't actually stay in Bass Lake as advertised/sold - but an hour away in a basic motel with no 'beautiful views'. The San Fran hotel is unsafe, we had bad experiences both in the hotel (people trying to get into the room) and outside with people injecting drugs and having drug induced seizures within steps of the front door - no-one gave a damn about our concerns and we were given very limited info of where to and where not to go - luckily most of the tour stayed in bed all day with hangovers!?!?! I would not recommend to anyone who has travelled with a well organised company and therefore knows a bad trip when they experience it.

My Contiki was: Unsafe , Disorgainised, Bearable

European Horizon

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Amazing
  • Onj Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 8 Countries

Where to begin? The trip was intense from start to finish. You do as much as possible with the small amount of time given. Great for anyone looking for a taste of europe. If you want a restful relaxing trip. Don't book this one haha.

Accommodation? Was good. I've never stayed in hostels so i was expecting the worst but these were really nice. Usually 4 person rooms with private bathrooms some with shared and a couple twin share rooms. Not a lot of space but all pretty cozy and tidy. There were 2 places during our trip that we could do washing one in Austria and the second in switzerland.

Travel time? Tour manager? Well you spend alot of the time on the bus so be prepared. Some bus rides are 6 hours long. You do stop at service stations along the way (not the usual kind we have in australia) which are huge and have fresh food. The food is amazing by the way. Our tour guide was awesome. So knowledgeable about every place we went to. We had a wake up song (hated that song by the end of the trip lol) that would play about a half an hour before we reached our destination so that our tour guide ashley could give us an introduction to our destination and a bit of a history lesson as well. Our bus driver was also amazing. Felt safe on the road at all times. He could park like a boss and fit the bus through impossible gaps without a scrape!

Optionals? I found out are not so much optional. There isn't anything you can really do while the optionals are running. I did do all of the optionals except for the train up the mountain in switzerland. I enjoyed every single optional i did and would have loved to do the train but didn't budget for it before i went on the trip. I recommend putting money aside to do all the optionals because you miss out on so much with your tour group if you don't.

People/other travellers? Were awesome met some great people and now we share some great memories. Even though it was only a short trip it felt like we spent much more time together.

Other tips? Hmm? always have change for the toilets. You have to pay to use most public bathrooms but all are really tidy and clean so it's worth it. Other thing to note is if you're looking for some downtime during this trip you won't find any. The great thing about this trip is that you don't miss out on anything but you will sacrafice sleep for it :)

Overall? I would do it all again!

My Contiki was: Awesome, Fast-paced

European Horizon

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Amazing
  • Onj Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 8 Countries

Where to begin? The trip was intense from start to finish. You do as much as possible with the small amount of time given. Great for anyone looking for a taste of europe. If you want a restful relaxing trip. Don't book this one haha.

Accommodation? Was good. I've never stayed in hostels so i was expecting the worst but these were really nice. Usually 4 person rooms with private bathrooms some with shared and a couple twin share rooms. Not a lot of space but all pretty cozy and tidy. There were 2 places during our trip that we could do washing one in Austria and the second in switzerland.

Travel time? Tour manager? Well you spend alot of the time on the bus so be prepared. Some bus rides are 6 hours long. You do stop at service stations along the way (not the usual kind we have in australia) which are huge and have fresh food. The food is amazing by the way. Our tour guide was awesome. So knowledgeable about every place we went to. We had a wake up song (hated that song by the end of the trip lol) that would play about a half an hour before we reached our destination so that our tour guide ashley could give us an introduction to our destination and a bit of a history lesson as well. Our bus driver was also amazing. Felt safe on the road at all times. He could park like a boss and fit the bus through impossible gaps without a scrape!

Optionals? I found out are not so much optional. There isn't anything you can really do while the optionals are running. I did do all of the optionals except for the train up the mountain in switzerland. I enjoyed every single optional i did and would have loved to do the train but didn't budget for it before i went on the trip. I recommend putting money aside to do all the optionals because you miss out on so much with your tour group if you don't.

People/other travellers? Were awesome met some great people and now we share some great memories. Even though it was only a short trip it felt like we spent much more time together.

Other tips? Hmm? always have change for the toilets. You have to pay to use most public bathrooms but all are really tidy and clean so it's worth it. Other thing to note is if you're looking for some downtime during this trip you won't find any. The great thing about this trip is that you don't miss out on anything but you will sacrafice sleep for it :)

Overall? I would do it all again!

My Contiki was: Awesome, Fast-paced

  • Scotty Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 10 Countries

Alls i can say is WOW !
The best 18 days of my life if you've never done this trip you have to do it ! #NOREGRETS

  • Scotty Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 10 Countries

Alls i can say is WOW !
The best 18 days of my life if you've never done this trip you have to do it ! #NOREGRETS

  • Erin Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 8 Countries

This was my first Contiki and I thoroughly enjoyed it! It was very fast-paced, which called for lots of naps on the bus. If you want to see many countries in Europe, this is the tour for you! A downside was not having a significant amount of time in each location. Overall, the accommodation was better than expected. The Me-Time Optionals were great, with most people taking part. Some included dinners were lacking (hotel buffet wasn't the best), but you will probably want to buy food to sample the local cuisine. One of the best parts of this tour was the great Contiki crew and meeting new friends from around the world!! The people on the tour helped make it unforgettable! Overall, I would recommend this tour.

My Contiki was: Fun, Fast-Paced, Friends

  • Erin Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 8 Countries

This was my first Contiki and I thoroughly enjoyed it! It was very fast-paced, which called for lots of naps on the bus. If you want to see many countries in Europe, this is the tour for you! A downside was not having a significant amount of time in each location. Overall, the accommodation was better than expected. The Me-Time Optionals were great, with most people taking part. Some included dinners were lacking (hotel buffet wasn't the best), but you will probably want to buy food to sample the local cuisine. One of the best parts of this tour was the great Contiki crew and meeting new friends from around the world!! The people on the tour helped make it unforgettable! Overall, I would recommend this tour.

My Contiki was: Fun, Fast-Paced, Friends

  • jessicaxcb Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 3 Countries

This was my first ever trip with Contiki, and going to Europe as well. I had such an amazing experience, not only with the group I was travelling with but with all the places we has visited. I arrived early into London so had a couple days of exploring on my own before meeting with the group and checking into the Hotel. Throughout the trip, there was definitely lots of rain, but I went prepared with rain boots. The only thing I would want to do differently next time, is to pack a little lighter! We stayed in cozy and comfortable hotels every night, so there was a lot of carrying our luggage to and from the coach each morning and night. We were always provided with a continental breakfast in the morning, and the dinners that were provided always gave lots of option to choose from; especially when it came to having the option to try traditional foods from the area. Our tour manager and bus driver were so, absolutely amazing and super friendly. It was so easy to be able to sit and have a drink and talk life with them. I would definitely recommend this trip to anyone, and I can't wait until I can book my next Contiki trip =D

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