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Overall — 5
Value — 4.8
Guide — 5.0
Activities — 4.8
Lodging — 4.8
Transportation — 4.8
Meals — 5.0
Overall — 5
Value — 4.9
Guide — 4.7
Activities — 5.0
Lodging — 5.0
Transportation — 5.0
Meals — 5.0
5.0 May 2018
Lantang valley trek was amazing. Everything was well managed and easy going. Sunrise adventure trek was a wonderful company they make everything was sure and safe. So I would like to come next time with this company for Everest base camp trek. I highly recommend everyone to use this company.Read more
5.0 April 2017
We had a wonderful experience with Sunrise Adventure Trek on our Annapurna Circuit trek last month. Our guide Ramesh was very good and very knowledgeable about the region, culture, flora fauna . Great value for money, with comfortable accommodation and outstanding food. I'd definitely use this company again.Read more
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5.0 April 2017
My friend and I recently traveled to Nepal from the United States and had an amazing experience trekking to Annapurna Base Camp with sunrise adventure travel! We met Suresh in Kathmandu and he was incredibly helpful in setting up our trek and accommodation/activities in Pokhara post trek. Our guide, Palman (aka Paul) was amazing as well!! He was knowledgeable, patient, trustworthy, and kept us laughing with his hilarious sense of humor (which matched our own spot on!). Everything worked out exactly as Suresh promised that it would and he checked in before and after the trek to make sure that we were pleased with how things were going. We definitely felt that we were in good hands with both gentleman and would highly recommend Sunrise Adventure Travel. The prices were very fair and our experience was unbeatable. Thanks again, SAT!Read more
3.0 July 2018
The Scottish Highlands is an incredible place, and there isn't much that can take away from it. Rabbie's 3-day tour to Skye makes the surprisingly far distance manageable, and stops at all of the right places. I particularly like the stop in Pitlochry, which is avoided on other trips. Other great things about the tour include the lodging (my friend I signed up for "hostel" and were put up in a lovely little bed-and-breakfast with a super nice host, other guests had similar experiences!), the bus, which is a spacious and comfortable Mercedes van, the small group size, and the amount of time you are given to explore the many towns and stops along the way. These things definitely helped make the trip wonderful, and are why I loved my journey into the highlands, even in the wind and the pouring rain.Read more
With all that being said, there were two things I wasn't too fond of: the "tour guide", and the fact that no hike is included. Being surrounded by some of the most incredible hiking trails in the world, it would be great if we had the time to do even a 1 or 2-hour loop somewhere. I was itching to get out and actually experience the land, and never really got to beyond climbing the Dun Beag Broch (which was awesome).
The guide also pissed me off. Chick was a charismatic enough guy, definitely very Scottish, but he had next to nothing to offer about the place, historical landmarks, and really anything. We sat for 3 days in a van for hours with this guy, and he not only knew nothing, but happily spouted completely incorrect information. My friend and I, who were studying at the University of Edinburgh, were absolutely appalled at the outlandish "facts" he just made up about just about everything! From absurd statistics like the fact that Scotland runs on 95% wind power (in actually only like 60% is even renewable energy), pointing out castles that and landmarks in Edinburgh that literally weren't what he said they were (he called a random building the Palace of Holyrood, and said Mary Queen of Scots had three children), it was so annoying. I don't know if he was doing it to test us "tourists" and see if we actually knew the truth, or literally did not know, but when other people started asking about basic things later on, he would straight up admit that he didn't know and say he would look it up (he never did). The only thing he really did was preface the Battle of Culloden, telling us he would tell us the story the entire time, and we only actually got to the battleground at the end of the trip.
That was my main issue with Chick, but my friend was also offended by some of his jokes, one was a bit homophobic and others were sexually explicit. I think he was harmless and wasn't hateful or anything, and I wasn't personally bothered, but if you are traveling with children or sensitive to this kind of thing, it may bother you as well.
In conclusion, I was upset with the guide because I expected to learn new information on my tour. Instead, my friend and I would google all the attractions the night ahead and read up so we knew what we were looking at during the tour, and made sure we got correct information.
Tour The Isle of Skye
5.0 October 2017
We went on two Rabbies tours while in Edinburgh. Both were excellent and the group consensus was that the tours were the highlight of our trip to Scotland. Without having a car, Rabbies makes seeing the country-side of Scotland accessible and fun. Rabbies takes care of the details so you can really relax, listen to Scottish tunes and enjoy the ride. We also got lucky with absolutely perfect weather for our week in Scotland, the tours were no exception.Read more
Our first outing was with Ross and was a two-day Inverness, Highlands and Loch Ness tour. We saw so much on the tour and had plenty of opportunities to get off the bus, take pictures, grab a coffee, do a little exploring and enjoy lunch in a small, quaint town. Ross was very knowledgeable, authentic and a delight to have as our tour driver. We thought he was exceptional. Some highlights were grabbing a coffee in Dunkeld, fish and chips at Bruer, boat tour of Loch Ness, exploring Urquhart Castle, a photo stop (and a special bagpipe performance by our awesome guide) at Glencoe and so many other memorable stops. This trip was the "real" Scotland I had always wanted to visit wrapped up in an unforgettable 2-day trip.
Our second trip was with Stephen who took us on a one-day Lochs and Castles tour. Stephen was a great guide too; very knowledgeable and personable. He offered to take pictures for us and even did a few impromptu stops along the way to make sure we got the most out of our trip. We were able to catch a beautiful rainbow over Loch Awe thanks to his quick stop. The one day tour is more condensed (less time for very in-depth exploration) but still has the same breathtaking stops. Our only regret is that we didn't have more time in Scotland to go on more tours. We absolutely loved them!
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5.0 October 2017
Peter took us to Islay for the magical tour of single malts! He was a superb guide, always working to give us the best experience and very entertaining with his stories and information. A first class trip.Read more
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|Tours||10 Trips||3 Trips|
|Average Trip Price Per Day||$ 92||$ 57|
|Operator Type||Group Tour Operator||Group Tour Operator|
|Size||Local Specialist||Regional Expert|
|Headquarters||Kathmandu, Nepal||Edinburgh, Scotland.|
Sunrise Adventures specializes in trekking tours in Nepal, but also offer trekking and sightseeing in India, Tibet, and Bhutan.
What Makes Them Stand Out?
Nepal is a classic trekking destination and Sunrise Adventures local guides have years of professional experience guiding and walking challenging multi-day treks. They offer assistance not only on the trail, but pre and post travel as well, including visa support and hotel booking. 24 hour customer service is available during your travel - including safety support such as helicopter rescue.
Who Travels With Them?
Trekking is not for the faint of heart! Both literally and figuratively. Most of their trips are quite challenging, and you will be hiking in altitude. Most of their tours, if not fully focused on trekking, have an adventure component whether it be bungee jumping or whitewater rafting. These kinds of tours are most suited to young travelers seeking excitement with a dose of culturally enriching activities as well. Groups and individual travelers are welcome.
Where Do They Operate?
Primarily they are known for their Nepal treks, which range from the famous Everest variations to lesser known areas. However they also offer a variety of adventure trips in India, Tibet, and Bhutan.
Why Travel With Them?
Trips are all conducted by local guides, and they have many years of expertise leading the challenging multi-day treks. They are also an eco conscious tour company for those looking to minimize their carbon footprint while traveling. You can also feel good about helping the local communities as a portion of the profits when you book your trip go toward social services such as helping orphanages and local charities.