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The Explorer’s Passage Turns History into Adventure with a New, Creative Approach to Adventure Travel

Story by The Explorer's Passage

Posted: February 24, 2014

Ridgewood, NJ – The Explorer's Passage (TEP), a boutique luxury adventure travel outfitter has announced its debut with the launch of nine highly customized itineraries in North America, South America, and Asia.

TEP expeditions are unique in that they are born from story – one embedded deeply in the history, scenery, and culture of the region. Guests may cross the might Andes on horseback as Jose de San Martin’s ‘Army of the Andes’ did in 1817, canoe the majestic Yukon River in the wake of the Klondike Gold Rushers, or trek through the ancient villages of Upper Mustang where, 1,200 years ago, a sage guru fought to open the world to Buddhism. Woven seamlessly throughout the experience, The Story behind each TEP expedition infuses guests with a remarkable sense of perspective and adventure.

TEP’s itineraries are creatively crafted to showcase each destination in the most intimate, exhilarating, and respectful way possible. Small groups are led by veteran guides with deep local knowledge and a commitment to exceptional service. Guest can expect personalized attention, the best accommodations each destination has to offer and the most culturally and historically immersive experience in the industry.