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TORONTO — Goway says its range of new adventure travel options invites clients to test their physical limits, or just immerse themselves in the wild and exotic with trips in Europe, Australia, and plenty of spots in between.
Madagascar “is one of Africa’s ultimate wild adventures”, says the company. Technically a part of the continent, it’s also a world apart with its own unique eco-system. The 12-day 1000 Views of Madagascar reaches far beyond the island’s famous lemurs to showcase the unique ecosystem and culture of the country.
A hiking vacation is one of the most popular active adventures to be had in Europe. It can also be a terrific way to see some of the most beautiful regions away from a ‘tour bus’ experience, says Goway.
Goway offers the eight-day Active Amalfi Coast trip from Naples of Amalfi, showcasing the best of this stretch of Italy. The National Parks of the UK are another popular choice, offering the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, and Highlands of Scotland, all of which are included on Goway’s 10-day trip.
For clients seeking more of a challenge, the Scenic Everest Private Trek tackles no less a hike than the Himalayas themselves. While not as strenuous as the famous Base Camp route, this eight-day hike stays in comfortable local lodges and offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains along the way, notes the company.
In Australia the 5-day Great Aussie Surf Adventure offers a rugged, down to earth camping trip with dorm accommodation travels between Sydney and Byron Bay (in either direction), stopping at New South Wales’ finest surfing beaches. A total of 7 surf lessons are included, along with surfboard and wetsuit hire, plus all meals at surf camps.