Safety Tips For Adventure Trips in Chile

If you’re looking for a place where your thirst for adventure and extreme types of sports can be satisfied, look no further than Chile where contrasting terrains and climates combined with breathtaking natural wonders make it a veritable paradise for active tourists. Here you can do all sorts of outdoor activities – from paragliding, scuba diving, surfing, mountain climbing, kayak and white-water rafting, skiing, horseback riding, and motorcycling to the “tamer” activities such as golf, fishing, bird watching, trekking or cruising and yachting. Before you go and head out to the slopes or hit the waters, consider the following safety information for some of the active pursuits you can do in Chile.

Kayak and White-Water Rafting. The rivers in Patagonia are known worldwide for their excellent rapids and experts travel here to hold international competitions or practice. Before booking a paddling journey, make sure that you have the right

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Tanzania Safari Essentials – Things to Carry With You in Your Adventure Travel

This is an important thing to create a checklist of all the belongings which you need to carry with you before going for any trip and if this is an adventure tour to Africa, Kenya and Tanzania then it is necessary to follow.

Explore on Internet about the important things those are required to take with you on safari travel. You can get complete information about the place, weather, government rules and regulations, and its culture. It will help you to create a checklist for your travel.

After gathering the information about the place, spend some time to pen down all the essentials. However, following are the basic things to keep in mind before planning for the Safari Trip:

Travel Essentials:

o Complete all the formalities related to Visa and Passport in advance, this will save your time when final packing would be done.

o Always take a duplicate copy of your passport along with you. This will help you in case of any mishap.

o Advan

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How to Travel With Your Bike On An Adventure

You must be quite an adventure enthusiast if you are contemplating to take it on with your bike. It is a big step particularly if you are not the type to be caged in what seems normal by taking a car. Even if you are an expert cyclist, deciding to travel by your bike on an adventure will demand thorough preparation and research compared to readying a car or just taking a flight. This article is aimed at giving you a guideline of the things to factor in as you prep to embark to enjoy the scenery at your own pace.

Inspect your bike first or have a professional do it for you. Whether you have the best mountain bike under 300 or the best mountain bike under 200, safety is paramount. You need to feel as safe as possible with your bike. Confirm your helmet is all set and it’s the right so as not to block your view. If planning to ride in the night, have a light mounted on your helmet and on your bike. Ensure its’ sharp enough for the other cyclists and drivers to clearl

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The Adventure Begins in Ecuador

Ecuador’s geological location, situated on the Equatorial line, makes it a diverse and unique country. It prides itself in the largest amount of flora and fauna per square kilometer in the world, and over 18% of the country’s area is declared protected.

Boasting a wide variety of ecosystems, it makes it the ideal spot for adventure travel of all kinds. With all its major attractions and nature sites within a short distance, you can plan a new adventure for every day of your trip. From surfing, kayaking, biking, whale watching, paragliding, hiking, rock climbing, horse back riding and more, this is a country you’ll never get bored of.

You can discover the lush forests and striking views of the Andes Mountains in areas such as Quito & Banos, where you will find more than enough paths, treks and mountain climbing sites to fill up your camera. Meet indigenous tribes and quench your thirst with the tropical fruits of the Amazon jungle, or bask in the s

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Importance of First Aid Workshops In the Adventure Travel Industry

Of late adventure is on every body’s mind & Affordable Global travel has made it easier for one to travel to any corner of the world in pursuit of the thrills of exploring sweet nature & the places that are full of adventure.Many new companies have now entered this sunrise industry of adventure & Travel. Also the Govt is very keen to improve the tourism sector.

Be it ‘Scuba diving’, Mountain biking or Para Gliding – every adventure activity is managed by a team of experts and SoPs are followed accordingly. Moreover most of the companies ensure that safety of the participants along with the need to make participants Eco-conscious towards the natural environment is never compromised. Moreover being sensitive to the local culture & tradition of the place or region where the adventure activity happens is deeply adhered to.

Therefore Quasi-regulatory bodies like the Indian Association of Professional Rafting Outfitters (IAPRO) and

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How to Keep Your Gadgets Safe While on an Adventure Trip

Taking an adventure trip can be amazing fun, full of excitement and adrenaline. The challenge is keeping your gadgets safe during this trip. There are so many ways in which your gadgets could be compromised – pickpockets, you drop it in a river, canyon, from a moving vehicle, and so on.

You could just leave without any of your gadgets and go completely off grid, but that may not be such a good idea, especially if you’re going on an adventure trip. These gadgets help you find hotels at short notice, making sense of the local public transportation system, translating languages to help you communicate better, money transfers, GPS, etc.

So, how do you ensure that these handy little devices are protected during your adventures? Here are a few tips to help you out.

Get Some Gadget Travel Insurance

Before you do anything else, get all your gadgets insured. Most good travel insurance policies will offer gadget travel insurance which will cover your ga

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Namibia – A Bountiful Harvest Awaits the Adventure Traveler

Namibia is a largely arid country of stark rough-hewn beauty. The most vivid images are those of a haunting technicolor landscape of swirling orange dunes, shimmering mirages and treacherous dust devils. The apparent desolation is deceptive and plant and animal life and even man has adapted to this environment. The country is designed almost specially with the active and adventure seeker in mind. Timeless deserts, thorn bush savanna, desolate wind ravaged coastlines, majestic canyons, and sun-baked saltpans are the bounty that awaits the traveler.

Namibia’s top draw is the Etosha National Park, rated as one of Africa’s finest game sanctuaries. The birding experience in the country is truly superior. On a Namibia safari, the range of activities you can indulge in the unsurpassable physical environment is truly impres

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Adventure Travel In Peru – Trying Out A New Road

In my missionary work here in southern Peru, I sometimes help out some short-term teams that come from the U.S. On one of these occasions, I drove to near Oyolo, a village about five hours away from Cotahuasi where I live, to meet Pastor Eddie and his team from Florida. They were driving from Pausa and were supposed to be meeting me up on the high plain, about an hour before Oyolo, as they were going to be using the “new road” we had learned about when we were there a number of months before. It was supposed to connect between Tactanga (there is a good road between Pausa and Tactanga) and Oyolo, saving a 4-5 hour walk. On Monday afternoon, I waited for Eddie and his team for a short while at the designated meeting place but that didn’t last long as I am not a very good “waiter”. So I decided to drive as far as possible on the new road to meet them. I drove down the road for a few minutes until I came to a steep downhill and stopped to check it out. I wa

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Cambodia Adventure Travel

With the emergence of Cambodia as a tourist destination after decades of tyranny and occupation tour operators are promoting the adventure destinations of the country.

While the majority of people travel to Cambodia to visit the Angkor Temples in Siem Reap there are hideaway places off the beaten tourist track for the more adventurous traveller. In Cambodia this encompasses travelling away from the Siem Reap – Phnom Penh – Sihanoukville route to explore the relatively sparsely populated areas of Cambodia.

What there area offer world not be classes as adrenaline – pumping for the true adventure junkie. They are adventurous travel activities which the whole family can enjoy. These activities could include bicycling, hiking or trekking.

The visit to Angkor Wat can be extended to a cycling tour of the whole Angkor Archaeological Park this giving plenty of options of exploring away from the heavy tourist traffic favoured sites of Angkor Wat and Angk

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Nelson Adventure Travel

Nestled in the top north west corner of New Zealand’s south island is the sunny Nelson region. With its mild climate and abundant sunshine, this rugged wilderness is the ideal location for adventure seekers looking for an action-packed travel experience.

Nelson City, the region’s hub, is a great base for those who want to experience the best adventure tourism this region has to offer. Nelson’s diverse and magnificent landscape is comprised of white sandy beaches, lush forests and rugged mountains. With great centrally located accommodation available like the Quality Inn Nelson this pristine wilderness adventure playground is the perfect destination for your next holiday.

Golden Bay

The secluded coastal waters of Golden Bay are the undisputed hidden gem of the south island. And with so many warm, golden sandy beaches to choose from Golden Bay is a great destination for that family holiday adventure. Why not take a day trip to Ligar Bay or

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