Active Adventure Travel
Bodies are meant to move, and active adventure vacations give you that opportunity.
If you are like us, your sacred vacation does not mean spending seven solid days pasted to a sandy beach sipping umbrella drinks. You crave a little more adventure before plopping yourself in the sand.
Active adventure means different activities to different people:
To some, it may mean hiking St. Lucia’s magnificent Pitons and/or roaring along its mountain biking jungle trails.
It could also mean partaking in a biking tour along the Almafi Coast.
Or, kayaking along the Napali coast of Kauai.
Or even ziplining through the rain forest of Costa Rica.
And, it may mean paddleboarding amongst the Florida Keys or the glaciers of Alaska.
Our attention is focused at placing you smack dab in the middle of the active adventure of YOUR dreams.
This type of wellness vacation will definitely give you something much more entertaining and interesting to chat about at the next neighborhood gathering than the most recent episode of some silly reality show.
We love Backroads and know you will too! Their amazing worldwide trips are much more than just physical activity. YES, there is a wide range of opportunities to physically challenge yourself whatever way feels right for you! Plus, Backroads believes in the value of you of conversing with locals, strolling along pristine beaches or listening to local experts discuss their rich history and culture.
Natural Habitats Adventures
Natural Habitat Adventures is a Conservation Travel Partner to World Wildlife Fund and is the world's first 100% carbon neutral travel company. Thumbs up! Featuring polar bear tours in Churchill, small-group Galapagos cruises, Alaska grizzly bear adventures African safaris, and much more, their guides will reveal to you the world’s most extraordinary nature sites.
Designed with curious people with a zest for adventure in mind, Lindblad’s adventure expeditions are simply extraordinary. Lindblad specializes in exploring the planet’s exceptional places, many of which are either otherwise inaccessible (e.g. Antarctica) or best accessed by a ship such as the.Galápagos, Alaska, Baja’s Sea of Cortez, Costa Rica & Panama, to name just a few.