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Freewheeling Adventures
Bicycle, walk, or sea-kayak, privately or with small groups. Guided, self-guided, and customized options. Bike the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia. Walk the Amalfi coast. Do both in Iceland! Add to your bucket list! more...
Natur-Med Health Spa, Kusadasi Turkey
Mineral spring pools, forest walk, yoga, pilates, health coaching, ozone therapy, vitamin&mineral therapy, massage, Turkish Bath, fresh green and detox juices, a healthy diet of vegetables. Natur-Med Rejuvenation Program will help to freshen, cleanse and set up your body and mind. more...

Tokyo Guided Tour
Tokyo full day tour of six most popular destinations: Meiji Shrine, Tokyo Metro Government Observatory, Ueno Park, Asakusa District, Imperial Palace and Ginza. I'm a customer-centered tour guide with a good knowledge of Japan. more...
The Holiday Place
Cuba holidays are so much more than you can possibly imagine. We really know Cuba inside out; choose from historical tours, spectacular city breaks or relaxing beach escapes for the whole family. Come and discover Cuba with us, we are the true Cuba experts! more...

Mt. Kilimanjaro Group Trek
Possibly the most scenic route to the summit, Machame boasts different paths to the summit and back. Emerge onto high alpine deserts with amazing views of ice fields, all en route to Uhuru, peak of... more...
2 Day small group Marrakech desert trips
2 day desert trip from Marrakech. Inc Camel treks, 1 night in a Berber desert camp, air conditioned vehicle from only 54.50 Euro per person. suitable for solo travellers. more...
The Vikings came to North America!
The Year 2000 marks the 1000th anniversary of the Viking exploration of North America. At the very northern tip of Newfoundland is a site that preserves this outstanding cultural and historical event - L'Anse aux Meadows. L'Anse aux Meadows is the only authenticated Viking site in North America. more...
Chacha Picchu, New Discoveries in Amazonas, Peru
As a sometime archaeologist and dedicated adventurer, I have been poking around backcountry Peru since the1960s. While making an income by guiding adventure programs, I have been compiling data on Inca roads and sites associated with the last Incas. more...

Sailing in the Greek isles... or Turkey’s Turquoise Coast?
"Sailing the Greek isles..." - a phrase packed with romance and imagery. But Greece has been facing some stiff competition these past few years from next door neighbor Turkey - a relative newbie to tourism. They are so close together, and yet so radically different - which would you pick... more...
Paddling Fiji's Kadavu Island
Rationally, I knew cannibals no longer waged brutal, blood-thirsty warfare in these parts. Still, I experienced a brief flicker of doubt as we were escorted into the presence of a rather sinister-looking chief in a remote village called Ravitaki on one of the less-traveled of the Fiji archipelago's 350 inhabited islands. more...

Camping on the Roof of Thailand
The hottest time of the year in Chiang Mai is April and May. Temperatures can easily exceed 40 degrees Centigrade by mid-afternoon. There is a place very close to Chiangmai where you can escape the heat and enjoy some of the finest natural scenery in the Kingdom and that is Doi Inthanon National Park. more...
Walking and Kayaking in New Zealand’s Abel Tasman National Park
Near the water’s edge, some small irregularity in the smooth surface had caught the eye of our trekking guide. bending down, he scraped away wet, golden sand with the tip of a finger. There was a sudden glint of green. John Glasgow’s find was a rare fragment of polished pounamu... more...

Queen of the Nile
This was my 5 week sojourn into the history of ancient civilization, to see a country where old and new blend together, from the Pyramids to the ultra modern Opera House, from Camel rides to Diving in the Red Sea, Egypt has it all. This was my first trip to Egypt, and it was truly memorable... more...
The Tongan Cowboy
Adventurer, sea kayaker and environmentalist Doug Spence and his partner-wife Sharon discovered the Vava’u Islands in the Kingdom of Tonga while on a sea kayaking expedition several years ago. Today they spend half their time in the island group operating their Friendly Islands Kayak Company... more...