#Adventure Travel

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9 LGBTQIA+ Tour Companies That Will Help You Travel Well

These are the LBGTQIA+ tour operators, trip designers, and travel agencies to know before you go. Everyone should be able to pack their authentic selves and feel welcomed when they travel, but for members of the LGBTQIA+ community, this notion is often supplanted by hesitation. Luckily though, with travel specialists who cater to the community, and organizations like the International LGBTQ+ Travel Association (IGLTA), there’s no need to go it alone.
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Saga Cruises Announces International Itineraries Following Government’s Ban Lift

Saga Cruises has announced that it is returning to international cruising following the UK government’s lift of restrictions. According to a press release, the Spirit of Adventure will sail a five-day cruise, Taste of the Continent, taking in Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Zeebrugge. The 1,000-passenger ship will set sail on Oct. 5 from Dover, England. All cabins feature a balcony and prices start from £1,156 per person.
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Halifax author uncovers the secret to family adventures in Nova Scotia

Travel writer Helen Earley has released a new book for families looking for tips and ideas for trips around the province. “This is the first book ever published just for families, just for Nova Scotia,” says the Halifax-based author behind 25 Family Adventures in Nova Scotia: Making the Most of Your Travels With Your Kids. “So when the publisher approached me asking me to write the book, I thought it was a great idea.”
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From boosting confidence to soothing the soul, why adventure is great for our wellbeing

Between lockdowns and travel restrictions, most of us have had little opportunity for real, uninhibited adventure out in the wilderness over the past year-and-a-half. While staying home was often necessary during the pandemic of course, the absence of boots-in-the-mud adventure hasn’t just made life boring, it may have impacted our wellbeing too – according to explorer and writer, Belinda Kirk.
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Pick The Right Bag According To Your Travel Routine!

We love travelling, don’t we? However, when travelling that one thing that we are almost always concerned about is packing! No, we are not going to tell you how to pack, what to pack and tricks regarding the same. That is something that has been written about abundantly. However, something that we are going to talk to you about are the bags you need to take while travelling.
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15 Best National Parks in August (+ Travel Tips!)

This site uses affiliate links, meaning that if you make a purchase through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Are you booking an end-of-summer trip and looking into some of the best national parks in August as a destination? This guide showcases 15 incredible US national parks to visit in August that you should consider for your trip!
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The Revenge Travel Route

It’s best to have something fabulous in mind for when the travel dam actually, finally bursts…. The hour of escaping the border is approaching. Revenge travel is trending, a treat for putting up with locking down for so long. Have you thought about where late fall and winter will see you sitting on a beach somewhere, twirling your umbrella drink? While some islands are still shuttered for safety, others have their shingles out, ready to welcome those with their health papers in order, with no quarantine on arrival. Here is a little circular sunny route to get you motivated.
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10 Powerful Reasons Why People Love to Travel

If one thing is encouraged by most senior people is to travel more and see the globe. There is no need to take pricey holidays or traveling holidays. Traveling means visiting somewhere you’ve never been with an open schedule before. When you do this, your mind is responsive and you have more chances to improve the quality of your life. Here are the 10 powerful reasons why people love to travel:-
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Deepening Intentions: A Pioneering Adventure Yoga Company Folds Climate Action Into Its Business

When Jen Hoddevik founded The Travel Yogi in 2010, her goal was to elevate the experiences she knew were possible through both adventure travel and yoga by blending them. She was the first to bring the two experiences together and since then, with carefully curated itineraries that combine yoga and adventurous destinations, The Travel Yogi has evolved the concept of ‘yoga retreats’ from the beach to incorporate forays into the wilderness, deepening the powerful benefits of both yoga and adventure travel.
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ExWeb’s Adventure Links of The Week

Here at ExWeb, when we’re not outdoors, we get our adventure fix by exploring social media and the wider interweb. Sometimes we’re a little too plugged in, and browsing interesting stories turn from minutes into hours. To nourish your own adventure fix, here are some of the best links we’ve discovered this week.
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World’s tallest bungy jump launched in China’s Hunan province

Straddled between two cliffs in China's Hunan province, a 430-metre glass-bottomed suspension bridge has launched the world's highest bungy jump experience. Visitors to the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge can now take a leap from a height of 260 metres above the UNSECO World Heritage listed Wulingyuan wilderness. Scheduled to...
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