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Tips For Trekking Companies: 5 Ways You Can Improve Your Service

To help deliver their service, many adventure travel brands use small on the ground operators, called Destination Management Companies. To avoid any mishaps, let’s look at a few ways any trek company

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Things to do in Tanzania - Safari

5 Best Things to Do in Tanzania After Your Kilimanjaro Climb

With its massive landscapes untouched by cultivation, Tanzania boasts some of the best nature and wildlife adventures in the world. From an amazing spectacle of the Great Wildebeest Migration in the Serengeti,

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RV for Mountain Roads

How to Ensure Your RV is Ready for Mountain Roads

With any adventure in an RV, proper preparation is key to a safe and rewarding trip. Mountain roads can be steep, narrow, and slippery depending on weather conditions. By completing all the necessary checks

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Trekking in Morocco Guide – By Foot and By Camel

Begin your trekking adventure in Morocco and visit the popular Mount Toubkal in the High Atlas or other areas in the Middle and Anti-Atlas. Ride a camel through the Sahara, otherwise known as “The Great

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Atlas Mountains Uncovered – Hiking, Accomodation and Other Things To Do

The Atlas Mountains are home to the highest peak in North Africa, Mount Toubkal. When traveling through the mountains, you will see spectacular views of the Mediterranean, the Atlantic, and the Sahara

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Fergus White Everest Interview: Ascent Into Hell

In 2009, Irish National, Fergus White, travelled to the Himalayas to train as a mountaineer. The following year he returned to climb Everest. In this interview Fergus shares his story from Pumori to the

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The Hardest Choice: Turning Round on Everest

Singaporean mountaineer Jeremy Tong talks about turning round at 8600m on Everest, and why he will be returning next year. This year, Jeremy attempted to become the youngest Singaporean to summit Everest,

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Tips to Stay Comfortable on Long Hikes

If you’ve been exploring the great outdoors for years, chances are you’ve come by a few tried and true tips for your own personal comfort whether you are only spend a few hours hiking, or a few days.

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Alex Txikon Winter Everest Attempt

Spanish mountaineer Alex Txikon has returned from Nepal after an unsuccessful attempt to become the first person to summit Everest in winter without supplemental oxygen. Everest has not been climbed at

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