Activity & Adventure Holidays


FCO Warns Travellers against Ski Injuries This Winter

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), a UK government agency controlling interests of the UK overseas, has urged winter sports holidaymakers to exercise caution before hitting the slopes. The agency is campaigning for … Continue reading “FCO Warns Travellers against Ski Injuries This Winter”


Doomsday tourism on the increase

This year, tourists will be flocking to a French town to celebrate the ‘apocalypse.’ December 21, 2012, marks the end of the world, according to the Mayan calendar. With news spreading that the … Continue reading “Doomsday tourism on the increase”


Mumbai launches Trans Sahayadri trek

With a plan to develop eco tourism, the state of Maharashtra in India has launched its new programme, called the Trans Sahayadri trek. To be launched this month, the trek will cover routes … Continue reading “Mumbai launches Trans Sahayadri trek”


Follow in the footsteps of Cuba’s revolutionaries on a walking tour

There are many reasons to visit Cuba as part of a walking holiday, but one of the most fascinating tours you can book has to be the option looking into the history of … Continue reading “Follow in the footsteps of Cuba’s revolutionaries on a walking tour”


Why Elephantine Island is a must-visit for culture vultures on a Nile cruise

If you’re planning to explore Egypt,¬†Nile cruises¬†are the ideal way of doing so. As well as the renowned landmarks like the pyramids and the sphinx, you should make sure you take in equally-impressive … Continue reading “Why Elephantine Island is a must-visit for culture vultures on a Nile cruise”


A guide to India’s top national parks

India is a brilliant place to spot amazing wildlife and incredible scenery – and its national parks are arguably the best areas to do so. There is a surprisingly large number of these, … Continue reading “A guide to India’s top national parks”


Tourism helps to increase gorilla population in Uganda

Figures show that tourism has played a significant part in increasing the number of gorillas in Africa. Recent statistics show that the population of Uganda’s mountain gorillas has grown to 400, from 302 … Continue reading “Tourism helps to increase gorilla population in Uganda”


Tourist firms in Botswana said to be aiding poachers

Tourist firms in Botswana are said to be abetting poachers in the nation. The finding has raised concerns as an industry that should have encouraged wildlife is expected to lead to the end … Continue reading “Tourist firms in Botswana said to be aiding poachers”


Enjoy wildlife holidays in Bangladesh

For the adventurous animal lover, travellers could certainly consider enjoying wildlife holidays in Bangladesh, which has a collection of pristine forests and natural reserves. Bangladesh can be a good place for animal lovers … Continue reading “Enjoy wildlife holidays in Bangladesh”


Enthusiasts head to Australia for November eclipse

The upcoming solar eclipse in November has seen enthusiasts packing their bags for Australia. This year, a solar eclipse is scheduled for November 14, and Australia is said to offer one of the … Continue reading “Enthusiasts head to Australia for November eclipse”


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