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Guided Tours With More Doing Than Seeing?

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My husband and I are 20-somethings looking to tour Italy and Greece. We both love the idea of a guided tour because it takes so much stress out of a vacation. But a lot of the tour companies I've looked at seem to be ALL about just seeing the sights with very little active activities. We want to spend more time DOING things than just seeing beautiful sights. We enjoy some sightseeing, but not for a whole trip. Some examples of things we would be interested in doing: food tastings, sea kayaking, hiking, etc. More active things than just riding around on a bus and getting out to take pictures. Does anyone have a recommendation for a tour company that would suit our needs? I love the Adventures by Disney itineraries, but we just can't afford $5k+ per person.

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