adventure tourism

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adventure tourism

n
1. (Extreme Sports) Austral and NZ tourism involving activities that are physically challenging
2. Austral and NZ tourism involving activities that are physically challenging
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Established in 1978, Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) is part of Boston-based Grand Circle Corporation's family of travel companies, which include Grand Circle Cruise Line and Grand Circle Travel.
All roads lead to Swakopmund later this month when over 650 tourism professionals from the Adventure Travel Trade Associations converge in Namibia for the 13th Adventure Travel World Summit.
The Adventure Travel Trade Association has announced that it has launched adventure travel events globally.
Travelport Partners With AdventureLink AdventureLink Travel Inc., the world's largest provider of adventure travel, announces a new partnership with Travelport, the preeminent business services provider to the global travel industry.
announced an agreement to acquire High Sierra Sport Company [High Sierra], a US-based manufacturer and distributor of casual bags and adventure travel luggage.
TRAVEL specialist Holidaybreak hailed a "resilient" trading performance - after school trip bookings offset a loss-making year in adventure travel.
TRAVEL company Holidaybreak yesterday said demand for trips at its adventure travel arm Explore had fallen 16% due to the weak pound.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-29 January 2008-Sweden's Unlimited Travel Group AB acquires 75% stake in adventure travel company Varldens Resor AB(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The people and cultures of the Gobi desert come to life in this fine adventure read, a pick for any general-interest library where adventure travel is prized.
It's a new action sports book and embraces elements of both sports and adventure travel within the story of a surf-inspired road trip which makes Kerouac's classic 'On the Road' odyssey pale in comparison.
The head of the company, which provides short hotel breaks, camping and adventure holidays, added: "The general view is a steady sort of picture for 2007 - hotel bookings are quite encouraging and the adventure travel business is doing very well"
Edited by Susan Fox Rogers, who also collected stories for Sportsdykes: Stories From On and Off the Field, these adventure travel tales rarely venture into the overtly lesbian, yet Alison Watt's "We Are Not Alone," basically a campfire coming-out story, is particularly adept at exploring the intimate bonds of female companionship, terrain far more complex than the untamed wilderness.