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Top 10 unusual trips to book in April

Where next to tick off your bucketlist? We've chosen ten of our most unusual trips to book now. Cycle to explore Georgian cave towns or watch the sun rise over a smoking volcano.
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1. NEW: Highlights of Lebanon

Slow your pace right down, and sip delicious Lebanese wine in the Roman cellars at Chateau Ksara. Founded by Jesuit priests in 1857, Ksara is Lebanon’s oldest and largest winery, best known for its range of delicious reds.
 
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2. Indonesia - Exotic Java and Bali

Rise early to climb the rugged slopes of Mount Penanjakan first by jeep and then by foot. It is from here we take in the sweeping vista of Mount Bromo and the surrounding volcanoes as the darkness fades and they begin to be bathed in the soft morning light.
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3. Cycle the Baltic States

Exploring the beautiful and pristine Curonian Spit National Park, stop in one of the old fishing villages with traditional wooden fisherman’s houses and try the delicious smoked fish hot from the smoker.
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4. Ethiopia - Blue Nile and Lalibela

Spend a day discovering the Simien Mountains National Park on foot. Few people travel to this region and we sometimes have the mountains all to ourselves. Take a break from walking and sit for a while watching the endemic Gelada monkeys play.  
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5. Walking in Kyrgyzstan

Marvel at the skills of the horseback riding eagle hunters as they show their skills amongst the Djety-Oguz Gorge’s surreal red-rock landscape. These ancient skills have been passed down from generation to generation, and Kyrgyzstan is one of the only places you can still see these nomadic practices.
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6. Remote St Helena

Landing on St Helena, you’ll find a little slice of the UK in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean.  The island’s remote location means that its traditional culture has been preserved. The welcome you’ll receive from the 4,000 ‘Saints’ that live on the island is legendary – here, everyone waves and greets one another.

 
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7. Walking Albania

Take a rewarding hike across the Valbone Pass, through unspoilt natural scenery and spectacular flowers with beautiful mountain and valley views. On arrival in the Thethi Valley, we’ll be welcomed by an excellent and well-deserved home cooked dinner.
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8. Brown Bear Weekend

What did you do this weekend? Eschew the usual chores and activities and spend the weekend in a hide in the Finnish wilderness in search of the majestic Brown bear. It’s amazing how loudly you can whisper BEAR when one appears from the forest cover at 3am!
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9. Turkey - Family Legends of Lycia

An early start is completely forgotten the moment you take to your kayak on Kekova Bay, floating over the relics of an ancient sunken city. Getting on the water before other paddlers and boats really pays off – this scenic área of picturesque islands, pretty bays and small ancient cities looks wonderful in the calm morning light.
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10. Cycling in Georgia

After a beautiful ride up the Mtkvari valley, we round a corner and the cave town of Vardzia comes dramatically into view. Etched into the vast cliff face some 800 years ago, the impressive cave monastery stretches 500 metres along the cliff face.
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