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Deborah from Naples, FL said:

We travel with you because any time something doesn’t seem right, or isn’t right, it gets fixed. Don’t have the seat assignments you thought you had in London? - fixed.


Arlene from Plano, TX said:

I have booked two trips with Viking Cruise and Travel.  Both of the trips have been to Alaska. 

They share my love for and interest in Alaska.  They know what I like and are great about sending me info on trips they think might appeal to me.  I would not hesitate to recommend Viking Cruise & Travel to friends and family.


Betty & Ray from Plano, TX said:

We can always depend on you to answer our travel questions. Thanks for all you do to make our vacations great.


Mickey from Katy, TX said:

Thank you for making this so pleasant an experience.


Jen from Seattle, WA said:

I have used your travel agency for the last three years.

You are always there to answer my questions when I plan new trips and to make really great bookings that meet my budget and travel desires. You are a delight to work with and very thorough. What could be better?


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Uluru (Ayer's Rock), Australia. It’s curious to think that without a little rust, Uluru wouldn’t be red at all. This extraordinary rock formation rears abruptly from the heart of Australia’s dusty, russet desert and famously glows a fiery orange-red, especially at sunset. As you hike round the base of what’s probably the world’s largest monolith, think also about Uluru being made up of arkosic sandstone. This acquires its distinctive reddish hue when exposed to oxidation and the iron in the arkose rusts. So what color would this iconic, vivid chunk of rock be without a little chemical decay? A dismal, rather dull grey.