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Enjoy a white winter this February half term

3rd January 2010 Print

Families wishing for a white Christmas can still enjoy a winter wonderland holiday with The Adventure Company.
February half term is a great time for a snow trip, with cross-country skiing, dog sledding and snowshoeing.
Bulgaria, Slovakia and Andorra are all alpine destinations with thick blankets of snow guaranteed – making them perfect winter playgrounds.
The following trips still have availability for February 2010 but, as with all school holidays, families are advised to book early for the best deals on flights.
Bulgarian Winter Experience, February 13 - 20
An action packed centre-based week surrounded by Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains. Staying in the village of Chepelare, which boasts the longest ski run in the country, holidaymakers will have the opportunity to test it out with some downhill and cross-country skiing. A snowshoeing expedition through the forest in search of deer, foxes and wild boar is just one of the highlights of the trip.
The trip costs from £869 for adults and from £789 for children. These prices include flights, accommodation, transport, activities on the itinerary and some meals (seven breakfasts, one lunch and two dinners).

Teenage Slovakian Snow Adventure, February 14 – 21
Slovakia is one of Europe’s most mountainous countries and the Tatras Mountains provide the ideal location for a centre based activity week. Learning how to dog sled and handling a team of between two and six dogs is an exciting part of the trip. Travellers will learn how to mush their team and navigate the snow-covered tracks. Also included in the itinerary are skiing and snowboarding, snowshoeing, swimming in thermal pools and dinner with a Slovak family.
The trip costs £899 per person. These prices include flights, accommodations, transport, activities on the itinerary and some meals (seven breakfasts and two lunches).

Winter Activity Week, Andorra, February 14 - 21
Igloos are a vital component of mountain survival and travellers will be taught how to make their own during this trip. There will be the opportunity to speed through the snow-covered forest on both snowmobile and dog sled, before trying out the oldest form of mountain transport – snowshoe.
The trip costs from £1,069 for both adults and children. The price includes flights, accommodation, transport, activities on the itinerary and some meals (seven breakfasts and six dinners).
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