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228 travel features tagged “Adventure”

Once-in-a-lifetime adventure travel trips

Discover your inner explorer on these do-before-you-die journeys.
27 November 2012


Ice climbing in Canada

Skiing and snowboarding dominate the slopes of Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada, but more adventurous travellers may also get to grip its frozen waterfalls of ice.
Read more… 26 November 2012


The Passport blog

Is the snap year the new gap year?

The old gap year order has changed. Thanks to recent tuition fee rises, the gap year’s shorter, punchier younger sister was born – "the snap year" – and it’s here to stay.
Read more… 23 November 2012


Madagascar's labyrinth of stone

A massive limestone formation runs through the African island’s largely unexplored Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, which shelters some of the world’s most diverse wildlife.
22 November 2012


Mini Guide

Mini guide to activities in Switzerland

Known as a summer and winter sports paradise of pines, peaks and pistes, Switzerland offers many ways for visitors to pit themselves against its remarkable landscape.
Read more… 21 November 2012


Secret New York oddities

From a butcher shop that was once a gangster hideaway to subway stations that are now abandoned, travellers to the Big Apple can often find magic in the mundane.
20 November 2012


Venezuela’s Andean playground

The world’s longest and highest cable car will reopen in Merida in early 2013, adding yet another attraction to Venezuela’s capital of adventure activities.
Read more… 08 November 2012


The world’s most extreme road trips

Whether you are revving your car’s engine to clear a narrow pass or grinding through sand in a 4X4, these five roads have a reputation for being among the most brutal in the world.
02 November 2012


Rural adventures in China’s backcountry

The isolated Huizhou region, 400km southwest of Shanghai, is the perfect place to explore remote villages and hike on ancient routes through terraced fields of rapeseed and tea.
Read more… 30 October 2012


Venezuela’s lost world

In southern Venezuela’s tepuis – the sandstone, table-topped mountains that inspired Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle’s novel The Lost World – travellers still feel like 19th-century explorers.
Read more… 26 October 2012


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