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Trekking amidst wild flowers around Theth
***** Written
Walking in Albania

WALKING IN ALBANIA

5
The holiday is a mixture of walking and cultural sightseeing rather than a purely walking holiday. Albania is a wonderful country, with incredible mountains and superb History. Its tourist industry is only just beginning, meaning that some features (e.g. hotels) were less well developed than in other countries, but there was nothing which caused problems compared with the huge advantage of having people who were proud of their country and who were so keen to make tourists feel welcome. 
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Temples in Bagan, Myanmar
***** Written
Discover Myanmar (Burma)

DISCOVER BURMA

5
Beautiful country and friendly locals - a fabulous trip .   Temples galore!  Every day had a highlight - there are no 'filler' days. 
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Underrated and Understated – Sri Lanka

Discover what happened when Imran Arshad took his family on...

Underrated and Understated – Sri Lanka
Written by Imran Arshad
I think back and now see that I have done it all...from guiding Japanese cultural tourists across Southwest Asia to a camping holiday sales floor, from managing website, to marketing travel online and offline. What's left? I guess, I got some travelling to do. I am off....

One Night In: The Trans-Siberian Railway

Not just one night, but five: the definitive journey by...

One Night In: The Trans-Siberian Railway
Written by Georgina Lawrence
Gina started off with four trips as a punter before ever stepping foot over the threshold of Adventure HQ for a job interview. Since then she's racked up seven new countries in under two years and developed a passion for mountains and trekking. You'll find her heading for the Mont Blanc Circuit this summer.    

Top 5 Cuban Rides

1. Topes de Collantes – Cuban Highlights Ride - day...

Top 5 Cuban Rides
Written by Adam Roberts
Adam has always looked to seek out adventure ever since an early age, venturing by whatever means beyond his native Northern roots on journeys to each corner of the world. His backpack would go on to become a trusty companion as years passed by in a mixture of work and travel in Thailand, France, Mexico and Canada. A desire to learn Spanish led him to become a kayaking guide in Andalucia followed by a year in South America living in beautiful Patagonian Chile. Although now based in London town, Adam loves to get away and explore the outdoors at any opportunity to pursue his hobbies of mountain biking, camping, photography and experimental cooking.

Family Brochure: Cover Story

The hotly anticipated 2015-16 Family Adventures brochure is...

Family Brochure: Cover Story
Written by Exodus Travel
Exodus is the original activity holiday and adventure holiday company. We specialise in cultural, walking, cycling, winter, photographic, wildlife and family holidays. The Exodus Price Promise: “The best experience at a fair price.”

New Year Challenges

All too often the first couple of months of the...

New Year Challenges
Written by Natasha Preston
A lifelong wildlife enthusiast, Natasha fulfilled a childhood dream in 2011 when she sat beside a family of Mountain gorillas in Rwanda. Her other African highlights include the Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru. She has also been whale and dolphin watching in the Azores where she was treated to sightings of Fin and Sperm whales, as well as Bottlenose and Common dolphins riding the bow wave of the boat. Just in the past year she's ventured around the jungles of Costa Rica, the lush Caribbean island of St Lucia and even explored the frozen wilds of Iceland. Most recently she embarked on a photographic voyage around Spitsbergen where she saw Polar bears, walrus, Arctic fox and even a Blue whale. Natasha's always thinking about her next wildlife adventure… perhaps Indonesia will be next!  

Me & My Ma!

I’m just back from walking the Amalfi Coast with my...

Me & My Ma!
Written by Jae Hopkins
Jae’s first independent trip was cycling around Holland with a friend in the school summer holidays aged sixteen. She says the most useful lesson she’s ever learnt was losing every travel document – passport, tickets, visas, travellers cheques etc – while in Thailand; the friendliness and generosity of everyone she encountered as a result taught her that the huge majority of people in the world will go out of their way for others. She’ll be attempting Kilimanjaro with her mum and son in August – check out their 3G Kili Climb blog for more info.

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