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Aqua Expeditions Offers Extraordinary Experiences on the Amazon & Mekong Rivers

Aqua Expeditions

Aqua Expeditions, one of the world’s leading luxury river cruise lines, has announced its 2018 special themed cruises after the extraordinary success of the programs in 2017. Guests will have the exclusive chance of joining company founder and CEO, Francesco Galli Zugaro, consulting chefs Pedro Miguel Schiaffino and David Thompson, and the renowned conservationist, Jean-Michel Cousteau, on its vessels on…

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10 Adventure Travel Experiences You Can’t Miss in 2018

Archipelago of the Azores

With the lineup of ‘places to go next’ growing by the minute, deciding on your next trip can be a challenge. To help, Bannikin Travel & Tourism created this 2018 travel hit list. Follow it closely, and your social media feed will be the next go-to spot for travel inspirations. Here are the top 10 travel experiences for 2018: 1)…

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More Panda Encounters with Natural Habitat Adventures in China

panda bear babies

Natural Habitat Adventures has upped the already-intensive panda focus on its new itinerary for 2018 departures of The Wild Side of China: A Nature Odyssey. Guests will enjoy even more panda encounters on a fourth in-depth visit to China’s famed giant panda research and breeding bases. Two more new additions include a chance to observe and photograph golden monkeys up…

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Surf the Sri Lankan Wave: New Surfing Hotel Opening for 2018

Cantaloupe Hotels Group

Since its announcement as an official sport for Toyko 2020, surfing has continued to grow in popularity as an exhilarating sport that can be enjoyed in some of the world’s most striking settings. An alternative to traditional surfing destinations such as Bali and Australia, Cantaloupe Hotels is positioning Sri Lanka as a world-class surfing destination with the opening of their…

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Ride & Seek Offers New Samurai Roads Cycling Tour

Shikoku Island Cycling Tour

Ride & Seek announces a NEW 12-day cycling tour exploring the ancient Samurai roads of Shikoku, the smallest and least populous of Japan’s major islands. Shikoku is famous for its 1,200 km pilgrimage of the 88-temples associated with the Buddhist monk, Kuka. Beautiful and exhilarating descents through green valleys, terraced rice paddies, and ancient villages highlight the 750 km trip, which culminates with spectacular suspension bridges that…

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Wild Women Travel to Thailand to Help Save the Asian Elephant

Wild Women Thailand

Elephants are the stars in a new-for-2018 multi-sport Thailand adventure for women-only hosted by Wild Women Expeditions. Fall 2018 departures of Elephants, Treks and Temples tour of Northern Thailand (http://wildwomenexpeditions.com/trips/thailand-elephants/) will immerse guests for 11 days in the culture and landscape of northern Thailand’s Chiang Mai region on bicycles, and while trekking and coursing down rivers on bamboo rafts.  Stops…

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Enter the Majestic World of Whale Sharks at COMO Maalifushi, Maldives

COMO Maalifushi whale sharks

COMO Maalifushi, the pristine island resort in the Maldives’ Thaa Atoll, is now offering guests the opportunity to get close to whale sharks in their natural habitat. COMO Maalifushi is only a 20-minute boat ride away from a whale shark feeding area. Guests can watch these majestic creatures from the deck of a boat, or take a more adventurous turn…

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Sanctum Inle Resort Unveils Off-The-Beaten-Path Adventure to Ruined Royal Capital

Sagar village

The first upscale resort in one of Myanmar’s most compelling destinations, Inle Lake, has launched a boat journey to an ancient capital where more than 100 stupas lie in a flooded plain. With skyrocketing numbers of tourists descending on the lake’s stilted villages and floating gardens, Sanctum Inle Resort has introduced a full day tour to Sagar, a 538-year-old village…

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