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With a network of over 400 leading adventure tour operators, Adventure.Travel features all of the destination information you need to plan your next trip. Browse nearly 100 activities in over 100 destinations, and get inspired to visit some of the most beautiful lands on earth.


If adventure is your thing, you know it's not just what you do, but where you do it that counts. Tasmania is wild and untamed. Over a third of the island is protected as national parks, reserves and World Heritage areas and it’s all easily accessible.



Switzerland is an adventure aficionado's paradise: Climb a number of the country’s via ferratas and get lost in the grandeur of the Grindelwald Mountains.



Whether you’re hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu or discovering the wonders of the Amazon, learn why Peru is one of the most adventurous countries in the world.


Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean is a spectacular region in the heart of the province of Quebec, Canada. Renowned for its majestic and pristine Saguenay Fjord and Lake Saint-Jean, an freshwater inland sea. The region is the adventure travel hub of Quebec.



Whether planning a trip to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, the largest protected wilderness on earth, or opting to eat your way through Juneau, there’s no end to adventure in Alaska, America’s last frontier.


Banff and Lake Louise

Banff and Lake Louise is where comfort and culture effortlessly blend with the raw beauty of a pristine protected wilderness landscape. Banff National Park is a ‘must—see’ destination for travelers from around the world.



Catalonia is a surprising country full of contrasts.Lovers of open air activities find an incomparable diversity of scenery in a small territory, in which it is possible,to climb or ski in the morning and dive or swim in the afternoon.



Jordan, recently named one of the top 9 destinations to visit in 2018 by National Geographic, is a place that should chart your bucket list. Offering an array of unique experiences for an adventurer, such as the 400 mile country-length thru-trek aptly named The Jordan Trail, this Near East nation is full of surprises.



In the crossroads of the Americas lies a country designed for all sorts of adventure. Colombia's geography is so mind-blowingly diverse it's even hard to figure out where to start talking about it. Should it be at the world's oldest mountain formation? Or through one of our countless exhilarating rivers? If you're a lover of surreal landscapes, the mesmerizing deserts, cloud forests that veil sky-high palm trees, and chillingly beautiful paramos that lead to perpetually snow-capped mountains, you're bound to love every corner of our territory. There's also the second-largest canyon in the world, majestic plains that stretch beyond imagination, and we haven't even gotten to the treasures along the beaches and underneath the waves in the two oceans that bathe Colombia's shores... We could go on forever, but, truth is, we'd much rather not spoil the surprise.


Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego is an expansive archipelago shared by Chile and Argentina. Nicknamed “The End of the World” for being the terminus region of the South American continent, Tierra del Fuego is a refuge for wildlife—humpback whales, king penguins, elephant seals, and more—and rugged, majestic nature with snow-capped glacial peaks in easy sight.


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