IS OVERSEAS ADVENTURE TRAVEL FOR YOU?
September 20, 2008 by rtwsenior
Sometimes, you might get to wondering if you are cut out for a lovely serving of unobstructed adventure travel overseas, in a new and different country…but, you really don’t know what you would be letting yourself in for. Exactly, what is it that’s contained in that one term, anyway? We all see those tempting ads and then we often feel much younger than we really are at the very idea of having so much fun. How about it, body? Are you ready for me to drag you half way around the globe and string you up on a jungle canopy ride?
Just how much adventure are you ready to bite off, anyway?
Well, don’t just sit there in that easy chair, reading the catalogue that has just arrived in the mail, promising world class overseas adventures if you would but take a trip with a certain travel company. Some of them even provide comfortable hotels to take refuge in after hiking the Sahara, or whatever. You owe it to yourself to look into it. You’d be surprised to learn how many great trips have various categories of difficulty… all the way from five-star luxury to the most basic of accommodations and levels of culture shock. Many even offer excellent budget travel tips and advice because they are so passionate about their commitment to the global economy or to local projects in their destination countries. Sometimes, you can participate in volunteer activities in many out of the way places.
Especially if you’re interested in adventure travel in which you don’t have to be an already seasoned outdoors person, you can find companies which provide backpacking for beginners. Check out the trips described by these two adventure travel companies:
www.intrepidtravel.com or www.bootsnall.com
to see just what a range of trip styles await you in the fantastic vacation possibilty called Overseas Adventure Travel.
Some adventure travel companies even encourage you to take along the grandchildren or to actually get around independently using their company simply as your overall planners. No longer does travel have to be a one-size-fits all deal. You are in charge here, more and more, as other people elect to stay home because of the economy. That’s the time when the tough really get going. Plus, it’s not nearly as crowded out there on the interesting by-ways that the world has to offer these days.