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‘Mission Possible’ to New Zealand

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With the success of Ethan Hunt’s (Tom Cruise) latest adventure in Mission Impossible – Fallout, travel experts at New Zealand In Depth have developed a new itinerary combining the luxury and adrenaline fuelled adventure worthy of the blockbuster film franchise, taking guests through similar locations used for filming across the country’s South Island. With adventure on the water, land and…

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New Solomon Islands Discovery Cruises Announces 6 Adventure Itineraries

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Heralding a long-awaited return to dedicated Solomon Islands small ship cruise programs, newly-formed Solomon Islands Discovery Cruises (SIDC) has announced its plans to operate six adventure itineraries in 2018-2019. Operating ex-Honiara and timed to dovetail with Solomon Airlines’ Brisbane-Honiara services, SIDC has employed the 30-metre MV Taka to operate the six and seven-day cruises, each of which have been designed…

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10 New Zealand Experiences You Must Encounter this Lifetime

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The mention of New Zealand invokes thoughts of vast landscapes, Lord of the Rings, award-winning wineries, and thrill-seeking adventures, all discovered at the end of the earth. With travelers flocking to this isolated paradise, small-group, active tour operator New Zealand Walking Tours ensures its guests know which experiences are not to be missed. Here are 10 experiences to be savored…

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New Dive Sites Introduced at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji

Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji – the eco-friendly resort has released a South Pacific Dive & Rejuventation Package – which includes two free nights and free diving – following the introduction of three incredible new dive sites at the resort. Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort has access to the best dive sites Fiji has to offer, including the world-class Namena reef which is…

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AdventureWomen in New Zealand: Redefining Luxury

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In today’s multi-tasking world with the constant barrage of technology-driven e-mails, texts and news, travelers are discovering that being somewhere completely remote and off the grid is the new “luxury.” Finding a place left in the world that is unpolluted, unplugged and undisturbed seems to be more and more rare. AdventureWomen’s upcoming tour to New Zealand from February 26 to March…

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