"There was no one inspirational moment as there were so many! I shall never forget our granddaughter's wow moment when she saw the first elephant so close to our vehicle at Shamwari Game reserve.
Mrs Penelope Cook"
"The beautiful buildings in Samarkand were awe-inspiring for me.
Mr Norman Young"
"The entire holiday was excellent and it is difficult to single out any specific moment which was more inspirational than other moments/events.
Mr Robert Knox"
"I can't say that there was one specific moment - there were many. The country and the people were wonderful, despite their obvious poverty. Our tour guide Maria was first class, and went out of her way to make sure that everything went smoothly.
Mrs Judith Purssell"
"Being in the desert was the most inspirational - quite spectacular. Loved being taken out to the top of a sand dune to watch the setting sun. Particularly liked The View hotel - excellent accommodation and meals.
Miss Linda Spurr"
"We had the most wonderful time there thanks to your organisation.
"Seeing animals unique to Madagascar in their natural environment and able to photograph them as they fed and interacted with each other [was inspirational]. The tour guide, Tokey, had an amazing knowledge of all of the wildlife, plants - latin names included - and the history of the country and its people and customs.
Mr Ian Culley"
"Our trip to Egypt that you organised ran like clockwork. Many, many thanks.
"We have just returned from our trip to India and wanted to say a big thank you to you for all your help. You were terrific.
"The city of Trinidad contained much of what was great about Cuba in a nutshell. It was lively, friendly, very photogenic with a history that went back over 500 years.
Mr William Kerr"
"Seeing the Great pyramid, Sphinx and the tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
Miss Ann Colbert"
"We would like to let you know that Anna and I had a wonderful holiday in Morocco and a big thank you for all the arrangements and planning.
"Walking into and around Petra was truly inspirational - two items of particular note would be the walk up to the 'High Place of Sacrifice' and the first view of 'The Monastery', given it's size and scale and seeing it immediately after a long climb..
Mr Gurpreet Dehal"
"The visit to Gallipolli was very moving and thought provoking. The cemetery at Anzac cove and the inscription of Ataturk's words will live in our memories for a long time.
Mr Gordon Warwick"