Excellent insight into the history culture and local food. Guide very personable.
The only problem was that i did not receive confirmation of the booking when first made so I booked again.
The guide was expecting 4 people because of our double booking.
May I have a refund for the double booking?
Mr. Phil R., Colombo, 22 Jan 2018
Nancy was an excellent tour leader - very passionate and knowledgeable, and very helpful (and a great sense of humour!). We did several Urban Adventures in Vietnam, and this was my favourite. The Mekong area is very colourful and interesting, and the people are very friendly. Being treated to a traditional music performance while eating delicious local fruit, and riding in a tuk tuk through village streets to our lunch destination were both highlights.
Ms. Natalie M., Ho Chi Minh City, 19 Jan 2018
This is my review I put on Trip Advisor
We were so lucky - we had our guide to ourselves! My husband and I did this walking tour with 'Pili' our guide who gave us so much insight into Mexico City - about the people, the history, and just everyday life. Everyday life is something you don't get to experience much as a tourist on limited time, and it is what makes a city. Visiting historical attractions and learning about the history, visiting local markets seeing the handicrafts that young Mexicans like to buy, eating insects, drinking coffee and eating tacos where the locals like to eat and drink - this tour had it all. Thank you Pili for your insight and great company, thank you Urban Adventures for making sure you're guides are the best. We have done many Urban Adventures walking tours and you never cease to disappoint us.
Ms. Jennifer Z., Mexico City, 19 Jan 2018
Our guide Jimmy was fantastic! Enthusiastic, friendly, welcoming and provided a great history lesson and education of how locals live in Bangkok today. His passion for the city, country and cycling was wonderful!
Ms. Tricia M., Bangkok, 17 Jan 2018
Our guide Huong Le (Ms Linda) was fantastic! Enthusiastic, friendly, welcoming and provided a great history lesson and education of how locals live in Saigon today. Calling those of us on her tour "Linda's family" was also a nice touch!