Major publications globally have declared Arctic destinations among the most desirable places to head in 2014, even as the president of the leader in polar adventures, Quark Expeditions predicts an exceptional year for Arctic tourism. Increased accessibility and tour options, with greater awareness of polar destinations and activities, have piqued adventure-hungry travelers’ interest.
Get back to nature with new eco retreats in Australia's only biodiversity hotspot, take a private jet tour of Western Australia's (WA) world heritage sites or enjoy a stylish new hotel and free wifi in Perth, Australia's sunniest city.
Holidaymakers seeking adventure, exploration and culture are looking at Eastern European countries like Romania to fulfill their needs, according to travel experts at HomeAway.co.uk.
Keen travellers will understand the thrill of a new destination, particularly if that destination is something of an undiscovered treasure.
Inspired by the BBC Wildlife programme 'Wild Burma', award-winning Far East specialist Bamboo Travel has created a three-week adventure tour of the same name that encompasses many of the very best wildlife opportunities currently available in Myanmar.
With its snow-capped peaks and dramatic valleys, Tibet’s remote location has helped preserve its unspoilt landscapes making it a remarkable holiday destination.
Specialist tour operator Voyages Jules Verne has added a further seven new itineraries to its escorted holidays selection.
London-based microfinance charity, MicroLoan Foundation, has opened registration for the ‘Malawi Challenge 2014’ – a unique trip designed to raise funds to enable women living in extreme poverty in rural, sub-Saharan Africa to start their own micro-enterprises.
There are certain countries around the world that conjure up images of culture, romance and adventure purely by their very name, and Uzbekistan is one of them.
Tailor-made adventure specialist Chameleon Worldwide has created the ultimate activity holiday for those who would rather swing through the trees like a monkey than lounge on a sunbed like a sloth: Adventure Costa Rica.
Albania’s famous cousins Greece, Croatia and Italy have hogged the family holiday limelight for decades – it’s time to move aside the preconceptions and look properly at this last undiscovered treasure of Europe.
Norway is listed in the 'Top Ten Adventure Nations' list in Lonely Planet's new book Lonely Planet's 1000 Ultimate Adventures.
Do you know an adventurous traveller, a keen camper or simply someone who prioritises off-the-beaten-track culture and experiences over five-star facilities?
The UK's summer is drawing to a close, but that does not have to be an end to long summer days and exciting outdoor adventure.
After the depressing return to school for thousands of students across the UK in September, the late October half term is the first chance that families have to get away for a well-earned break.
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