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Adventurous travellers choosing multi-activity trips, says World Expeditions

Why settle for one experience when you can have several at once? That’s the clear message from today’s adventurous travellers, according to trekking and adventure specialist World Expeditions. Launching its Active Adventures 2009-2011 programme, World Expeditions has introduced a number of new itineraries which combine two or more different activities, offering travellers a broader range of…

Why settle for one experience when you can have several at once? That’s the clear message from today’s adventurous travellers, according to trekking and adventure specialist World Expeditions. Launching its Active Adventures 2009-2011 programme, World Expeditions has introduced a number of new itineraries which combine two or more different activities, offering travellers a broader range of experiences within their chosen destination.

“The multi-activity trips are based very much on feedback from our existing customers, for whom variety is increasingly important,” said Brad Atwal, World Expeditions’ UK Manager. “In particular, they told us that using different means of travel allows them to really get under the skin of a destination, providing a much more rewarding experience as a result.”

Focusing on genuine ‘off the beaten track’ experiences with an emphasis on travelling responsibly, World Expeditions offers groundbreaking adventures in the Himalaya, Europe, Asia, Australasia, the Polar regions, Africa and South, Central and North America, but is best-known for its trekking and climbing options in Nepal. New multi-activity trips for this year include:

– ‘Gobi Traverse’ – join local nomadic herdsmen on a camel safari through the Great Gobi Desert and trek untouched regions of the Altai mountain range on this 15-day itinerary in Mongolia.
– ‘Laos & Cambodia Active’ – cycle from the World Heritage-listed city of Luang Prabang to visit hilltribes and scenic waterfalls, kayak the Nam Song River and explore the limestone caves of Vang Vieng – then bike around the unforgettable temple system of Angkor Wat on this 12-day trip.
– ‘Alaska, The Dramatic Northwest’ – sea kayaking around icebergs, hiking on spectacular glaciers and rafting the white water of the mighty Nenana River are highlights of this 12-day itinerary.
– ‘Hike & Bike China’ – spend two days hiking a remote section of the Great Wall, hike through spectacular Tiger Leaping Gorge then get in the saddle and cycle the picture-book limestone landscape of Yangshuo, which has inspired artists and poets for centuries.
– ‘Vietnam North to South’ – trek the villages of the remote northern region of Ha Giang, home to many of Vietnam’s ethnic minority groups, staying in local homes, then spend the night aboard a traditional wooden junk as it floats among the 3,000 limestone islets of Halong Bay.

Trip prices include all accommodation, most meals, equipment, site and National Park entrance fees. Flights are not included but can be arranged on request.

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