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Noclegi w Polskich Górach Tatrach i Beskidach

w dniu Grudzień 30, 2012

The Tatra Mountains offer a great mix of authentic culture, warm hospitality and a wide range of winter sports. The oldest settlement in the High Tatras is Smokovec, which has grown over the years into a lively small town and the perfect base for a fantastic week trying a host of the most popular winter sports, including downhill skiing and snowshoeing. We will also visit Zakopane, across the border in Poland, to experience this unique high mountain atmosphere and have a go at dogsledding. Add to that a visit to nearby thermal pools and you have the perfect way to experience winter at its best. See  Clients’ Reviews about: This was my second trip with Exodus and whilst I enjoyed the itinerary and companions of the first trip the guide at times was useless. I am however glad that this didn’t put me off using Exodus again as Erik, our guide for the winter activities trip, was no less than exceptional. The activities were fun and well co-ordinated and were at times juggled by Erik to ensure we had the best experience possible. .. Another great winter activity holiday.  We were blessed with lots of snow, a great group and a good leader noclegi szczyrk.  For the beginner it is an ideal holiday to try a little of each activity and then decide which activity you prefer before going the whole hog and booking a longer holiday with one activity, ie dog sledding. .. A brilliant holiday with a fantastic guide and good bunch of people (solo trip).  The accommodation (Penzion Michael) was modern, clean and comfortable with really good food.  All the activities were enjoyable and of a good length to get to grips with if a complete beginner, or simply to enjoy it if already capable.  The only reason I did not give the trip 5 stars is because we had a freak warm spell (around zero Celsius) which did impact on the holiday to some extent! This is the first holiday where by the end, I have actually not been content to leave for home.  I just wanted to stay there!  Overall, a really enjoyable trip that I would happily do again!  ..I suggest taking a compact camera that you can use on the ski slopes and will fit inside a coat pocket.  Take snack bars, such as fruit and nut bars, for when out on the activities. Beside learning a few Slovak words (please, thank you, yes, no, etc.) I would suggest either learning or taking a little booklet of words to help with food menus.  While our guide was really excellent in helping us decipher the menus (some were sort of in English), it was perhaps unfair on him when going round everyone helping out!  A few Polish food words would also be of use on the day visit to Poland…. I suggest about €200 spending money. Clothing wise, it was a bit windy on a couple of days so a ski jacket that zips right up and with a close fitting hood would be good.  However, on the other days layering is needed (I got quite warm doing the cross-country skiing).  But then again, we did have a warm weather spell while we were there!  Sounds obvious but, I suggest taking gear for cold weather with items that can be taken off as required.


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