Redefining Beauty, Adventure is the New Pretty.
Lazing around a beach, book club in Amsterdam and the usual sightseeing sounds fun.
What’s the trend?
Are you young with no cracking bones, Then Why follow the Routine, get some adrenaline rush, explore and use your motor skills this holiday.
To discover out of the usual, the extraordinary.
Check out the newest and coolest adventure packages on Tripcultr
Adventure HOTS This Year,
1. Bye – Cycle
Say bye to Cycling and Hi to the newly introduced E-Bikes, you don’t need to be super fit to pedal across places, thanks to its e-bike’s battery-powered pedalling ‘boost’. It permits people of various fitness levels to cycle together, taking on greater distances with ease. Now available in Vietnam, China, New Zealand, Mongolia, Cambodia, Laos and Japan.
2. Wildlife replacing a Generic Theme park.
The safari is a trip of a lifetime, travellers are trade classic drives for more adventurous pursuits. People want an intensive wildlife adventure that brings in vogue
The safaris, scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef or gorilla trekking in Rwanda,
Recently has been more accessible thanks to new infrastructure in the country.
3. Slow Motion.
Many travellers opt for a slow, leisurely mode of travelling rather than a meticulously arranged itinerary of 1 week with 3 places. Hence Trekking across Nepal, biking across France or Spain is the new trend, with tourists opting from hotels to home stays to get more adaptive to their new culture.
4. -40 Degrees Matters!
The polar, snow cold regions are an adventure sports newest Hot with travellers crazy about the Northern Light, Polar bear spotting or come up close to a penguin.
Luxury cruising itineraries with just-built ships that can handle icy conditions, it’s easier than ever to visit the Arctic and Antarctica. Excursions include hiking on a glacier or scientist-led lectures for a science geek.
5. Forgotten The New Fashion.
Travelling to forgotten or less discovered areas in Vogue of someone who is bitten by an adventure bug. A few spots on the radar : The Falkland Islands and Madhya Pradesh, India, where you’ll have a good chance of spotting Bengal tigers.