Next year, 2013, marks 100 years since the first successful ascent of America’s highest mountain, Mount McKinley, in Alaska’s Denali National Park.
Ever wonder what it’s like to camp in an expedition tent on the frozen landscapes of Antarctica? Dreamed of following in the footsteps of great explorers such as Roald Amundsen and Robert Falcon Scott and sleeping on the ice?
Enjoy a variety of walks in the beautiful mountain scenery of Nepal – taking in the ancient cities of the Kathmandu Valley, the massive Annapurna mountains and a distinctive mountain culture – on a new 17-day Annapurna Trekking adventure courtesy of HF Holidays.
Did you know that only two of Greenland’s towns are connected by road? How about that the main mode of transport during the winter is the humble dog sled?
Comprising of 118 islands and set at the heart of the Pacific Ocean, Tahiti and her islands welcome visitors from across the globe, drawn by the rugged mountainous scenery, white sand beaches and colourful rich culture.
Walk the Walk, the UK’s largest grant-making breast cancer charity, has just launched an amazing new challenge....The Arctic Marathon, backcountry skiing through the beautiful sub-arctic in Northern Sweden.
Whether it’s an exotic adventure half-way around the world, or simply relaxing on the beach, Cheapflights.co.uk has put together their top five destinations to see before you die.
Adventure Worldwide has a new, highly unusual, 2-week, small-group trip (6-12 people) to Turkmenistan entitled Caspian and Karakum, the first departure for which will be on 11 May 2013 (with subsequent departures in June, September, October and November).
Indus Tours, the tailor-made holiday specialist, has introduced a new day-trip itinerary in Kashmir to its extensive menu of touring options in the Indian subcontinent.
Specialist Morocco has launched a new, private tour that covers the very best of southern Morocco including Marrakech, the Sahara, Atlantic coast & Atlas Mountains in just 12 days.
Adventure Worldwide has a brand new trip for winter 2012 entitled Secret South America.
Qatar is a country where sport, business and culture combine to create a dynamic haven full of masculine activities waiting to be explored. Whether it’s adrenalin pumping ‘dune bashing’ across the desert in a 4x4, checking out the largest multipurpose indoor sports dome in the world, or indulging in delicious cuisine, Qatar offers endless opportunities for those seeking adventure within a diverse Arabic culture.
Those looking for the ultimate safari adventure, offering excellent game viewing, remote National Parks and a dash of wilderness survival training, Zambian style, will find it here in this Wilderness Survival Skills Safari.
Ten travellers with an insatiable thirst for adventure - and £19,025 to spend - are being offered the chance to follow in the footsteps of legendary British explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton by joining an epic 56-day Antarctic expedition to mark the centenary of his remarkable 1916 polar voyage.
Myanmar is now the number one destination in Asia for travellers from the UK and as a consequence hotel rooms are virtually sold out from now until next March.
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