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By Adventures Within Reach
Dean Paschall will be thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada starting April 15, 2015. He will attempt to complete the hike in a single season, walking an average of 20 miles a day, hopefully finishing in 5 months.
By Ecuador Freedom Bike Rental & Motorcycle Tours
Ecuador Freedom Bike Rental announced it has opened a new station for international motorcycle adventurers
By Private Expeditions Limited
Private Expeditions, based in Staffordshire, has been voted as one of the Best Activity/Sports Holiday Company at the British Travel Awards 2014.
By Ski 4 Cancer
Ski across North-East Greenland in the Montane Polar Iceman in aid of Ski 4 Cancer.
By AdventureSmith Explorations
Favorites for Spring 2015 Getaways Range from Darwin’s Galapagos to Homer’s Classical Greece
By The Travel Scientists
Adventure travel company the Travel Scientists launch new winter rally from Krakow to Tallinn as a cure for post-holiday boredom.
By McGovern Associates
Updated Protection Coverage Allows Suppliers to Help Travel Agent Partners Better Address Changing Needs of the Market
By Moab Adventure Center
Many of the outdoor experiences offered during warm weather months continue through winter.
By Natural Habitat Adventures
Active 13-Day Itinerary Weaves Wildlife with Diverse Cultural Encounters in Myanmar & Thailand
By Austin Adventures
Austin Adventures to Host Webinar Discussing Ways to Explore Ecuadorian Islands
By Natural Habitat Adventures
In addition to Cuban culture and history, this one-of-a-kind trip also showcases Cuba's natural side. Through one-on-one visits with Cuban hosts, guests understand how contemporary Cubans respect the country’s natural resources and diversity
By Adventures Within Reach
Jenny Gadow, of Scottsdale, AZ, summited Mt. Kilimanjaro in July 2014 with adventure travel tour operator Adventures Within Reach
By Adventures Within Reach
Jonathan Clayberg, of Waukee, IA, summited Mt. Kilimanjaro in September 2014 with adventure travel tour operator Adventures Within Reach
By Tropic
Huaorani Lifestyle Found to Have a Beneficial Effect on Species Biodiversity
By Moab Adventure Center
Great Fall Climate Now Through October Creates Ideal Conditions for Backcountry Fat Tire Biking In and Around Moab, Utah
By Run the World Adventures
To celebrate the launch of Run the World Adventures travel company this week, the company is offering a sweepstakes awarding a $1500 credit toward any of its trips.
By Austin Adventures
New Catalogs Feature Several “Firsts” for Award-Winning Adventure Travel Company
By Vaya Adventures
There is nothing more spectacular than Manu, because it combines a journey from the Andes down into the jungle through multiple ecosystems. In just a few breathtaking hours you go from towering glaciated peaks to lowland rainforest.
By Timberline Adventures
With the kids back in school crowds thin dramatically at many popular National Parks. Wildlife migrations and gorgeous fall foliage amplify the beauty of the country’s most scenic landscapes including the Grand Canyon and the Great Smoky Mountains.
By Nuzhath Ideas
Maximum fun and thrill is what you are looking for out of your adventurous trip to UAE.

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By Tropic
Small groups of up to 16 people visiting the Galapagos Islands now can have exclusive access to the specialized knowledge that only the experienced Foundation’s scientists and staff can provide.
By Pure Adventures
Catalonia is one of the world’s most diverse and scenic destinations and home to some of Europe’s most highly celebrated restaurants. The coastline, known as the Costa Brava, also happens to be a cycling hotspot.
By Resmark
Resmark Systems, comprehensive tour operator software was created by leading tour operators who understand the industry and business of travel.
By OARS
In its first-ever Sunset Travel Awards, O.A.R.S. was selected as one of 30 winners from a field of nearly 200 entrants who represent the West’s very best in travel.
By Austin Adventures
Five New Trips Let Guests Experience the Best in Adventure Travel in Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Bali, Vietnam, and Thailand
By Bicycle Adventures
Scenic byways, four and five-star accommodations and local dining and visits to National Parks are trademarks of Bicycle Adventures, founded in 1984.
By Pure Adventures
Europe in the spring & early summer is recommended - weather is pleasant for active vacations, fewer crowds, lower air fares and more.
By Vaya Adventures
As no two families are alike, the itinerary can be tailored to match a family’s activity level and interests, both before and 'on the fly' during the trip.
By OARS
O.A.R.S. Announces Two-Year Partnership with the National Park Foundation
By ROW Adventures
Rafting on the Lochsa River Provides Big Thrills in the Early Season
By Natural Habitat Adventures
Churchill, Manitoba is one of the best places on Earth to see the Northern Lights. It also has the distinction of being the Polar Bear Capital of the World.
By Just Ahead
Just Ahead utilizes GPS technology to pinpoint where drivers are on the road, and delivers stories and maps relevant to their location. Just Ahead also helps drivers avoid getting lost by providing helpful suggested directions.
By Wild Planet Adventures
Josh Cohen, founder of Wild Planet Adventures, outlines when his guests should travel to maximize wildlife sightings, particularly of rare and hard-to-find animals.
By Austin Adventures
Austin Adventures Combines Strategic Partnerships and Veteran Guides to Create Stress-Free, Multi-Sport Vacations in National Parks.
By Pure Adventures
Europe is on sale in 2015 for travelers with US dollars to spend. This means there’s never been a better time in recent history for a first trip to Europe.
By ARCC
Groundbreaking Cultural Immersion and Service Projects Over Two 14- Day Study Trips This Summer Help Island Neighbor Lift Veil of Secrecy
By Resmark
WaiverSign is a paperless liability waiver application that allows guests to electronically a sign a waiver even before they arrive at their dude ranch for vacation.
By Holiday Expeditions
Special VIP guest and Facebook contest for chance to win two seats on Cataract Canyon raft trip highlight the announcement.
By Secret Compass
A Secret Compass expedition team aims to explore one of the planet’s most active volcanoes this August on Siberia’s dramatic Kamchatka peninsula: Klyuchevskaya Sopka at 4,750m.
By Secret Compass
This July, a Secret Compass expedition team will explore Afghanistan’s new National Park in the remote and wild Wakhan Corridor. The park celebrates its first anniversary this month.
By AdventureSmith Explorations
AdventureSmith Explorations offers tips for nature-loving families who may be considering a trip-of-a-lifetime small ship cruise in the Galapagos Islands.
By OARS
North American River Outfitters Poised for Solid Rafting Season Despite Below Average Snowpack Levels Across the West
By Holiday Expeditions
The Maze is to mountain bikers what Mount Everest is to mountain climbers.
By Vaya Adventures
“While we tend to think of Machu Picchu as the main reason to visit Peru, anyone with a thirst for ancient cultures and wilderness will be exhilarated by what else we can show them,” - Jim Lutz, Vaya Adventures
By Pure Adventures
The strength of the dollar makes this tour into retro Italy especially appealing this year. The U.S. dollar is stronger against the euro than it's been in a decade, making it a bargain for North Americans to travel.
By Austin Adventures
Austin Adventures Recommends Nine Active National Park Vacations.
By Moab Adventure Center
Moab Adventure Center Provides Multiple Solutions to the Puzzle with Access via Land, Water and Air
By Bicycle Adventures
In Idaho, one of America’s least populated states, great roads and paved bike paths make bicycle vacations accommodating for everyone from die-hard cyclists to young families.
By OARS
Now in its tenth year, the goal of TravelAge West’s WAVE Awards is to give travel agents in the West the opportunity to recognize the outstanding qualities and services of their top travel-supplier partners.
By Adventures Within Reach
Dean Paschall will be thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada starting April 15, 2015. He will attempt to complete the hike in a single season, walking an average of 20 miles a day, hopefully finishing in 5 months.
By Tropic
A pioneer in community-based tourism in Ecuador, Tropic started working 20 years ago in the remote Ecuadorean Amazon with the indigenous Huaorani people. Today, Huaorani Ecolodge is operated by Huaorani community members.
By Wild Planet Adventures
Wild Planet Adventures’ best way to experience the wonders of Zambia is on their 18-Day Ultimate Wildlife Safari starting at $15,798 per person, double. The season is year-round but the best wildlife viewing is from July through October.
By Wildland Adventures
This is an active trip with hiking, kayaking and swimming splashed with antiquities that bring visitors close to earth and sea where Greeks, Romans, early Christians, Byzantine and Ottoman empires clashed and flourished.
By AdventureSmith Explorations
AdventureSmith Explorations Secures “Go-Where-Whales-Are Flexibility” with Addition of MV Sikumi
By OARS
Utah is where wild rivers converge in a landscape of otherworldly rock formations and hidden desert oases. It’s a land of hidden slot canyons, high adventure and five incredible national parks.
By Pure Adventures
This supported self-directed concept allows independent cyclists to ride and explore remote destinations where roadside assistance or local services may not exist, essentially creating their own ride complete with all the support needed.
By Natural Habitat Adventures
Just 10 guests per departure will explore wild regions of Costa Rica and Nicaragua, a country many visitors believe represents what Costa Rica felt like 50 years ago. The inaugural departure of this new 11-day adventure is set for Nov. 26, 2015.
By Austin Adventures
The webinar will take place on Wednesday, March 4 at 6 p.m. EST, and attendees who book an Austin Adventures Alberta vacation by April 1 will receive $200 off per adult.
By Vaya Adventures
Machu Picchu is justifiably the country’s largest tourist draw. But for scenery and culture seekers who want to go to the next level of exploration, the rest of Peru is a goldmine.
By Ecuador Freedom Bike Rental & Motorcycle Tours
Ecuador Freedom Bike Rental announced it has opened a new station for international motorcycle adventurers
By Roam NZ
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (February 25, 2015) – Already experiencing major growth as a tourist destination, visitors heading to New Zealand now have a complete travel option to arrange their flights, accommodation, tours and everything travel related...
By Moab Adventure Center
Happening Town with Sophisticated Amenities Surrounded by Raw Beauty and Adventure
By Natural Habitat Adventures
A Safari Focused on Rhino Conservation In the Company of World Wildlife Fund Researchers
By AdventureSmith Explorations
Croatia Island Hopper Cruise is the only deluxe, small ship cruise on a fully crewed yacht that focuses exclusively on the 1,100-mile Dalmatian Coast.
By OARS
Free publication showcases 21 “easy-to-epic” adventures including new trip through Utah’s Desolation Canyon
By The Bentwood Inn
Recognized for its rustic, cozy log cabin luxury just a few miles from Grand Teton NP and the ski lifts of Jackson Hole, the inn stands apart from others on the list because of its access to nature, wildlife and surrounding scenic beauty.
By Tropic
The Nonprofit Partnership Will Engage Guest Support in Filling Three Isolated Children’s Libraries They Have Created
By ARCC
ARCC Program alumni will help evaluate all aspects of this new destination and program opportunity. They will work in the slums of Delhi, at orphanages in rural India and on school construction projects in the regions of the Himalayas.
By Pure Adventures
‘Supported, Self-Directed’ adventures, are a new concept in cycling vacations that lets guests enjoy many of the freedoms of a self-guided/independent trip with the sag wagon service and trip leader support of a fully guided tour.
By Run the World Adventures
Six inclusive running vacation package exploration, cultural immersion and fun


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