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Adventure Vacation Planning tips

by Admin 22. May 2009 00:15

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There are so many adventurous places to go and see, the list is endless and you would be spoilt for choices in case you start reviewing your options. But unfortunately, you haven't climbed one rock or experienced white water rafting down one river. And the reason for this is of course, money. You just don't have the money to take off whenever you want, or you don't have the money to save. Guess what? An adventure vacation is possible? All you need is few tips to help you out!

Decide early when you'd like to go and which action-packed quest appeals to you. Many guided tours, such as white water rafting, rock climbing or safaris give discounts for early booking. The tourism trade wants to guarantee their spots are filled. Companies discount early booking to measure what the interest of the public is at that particular time to price the majority of their openings.

If the idea of booking early is unappealing or if you are more of the spontaneous type, you will be able to find last minute deals. Search online and you'll find tours at greatly reduced rates solely to fill their remaining vacancies.

Being a family has its rewards also. Many tours are geared for family adventures with the hopes of you and your family returning annually. Child-friendly tours are safe and fun experiences for everyone.

There are other budget friendly tips to take into consideration. Before booking your vacation, figure out the type of scenery that appeals to you, compare airline rates and fly there with your equipment already in hand. It doesn't cost much for a backpack, small tent, sleeping bag and non-perishable food. Pack the items you can carry in your backpack and trek through the landscape of your choice. There are reasonable tours for this type of activity, but if you surf the net instead, you'll find maps for trails, spots that are safe, advice from fellow trekkers, all which save you money.

If you love peace and quiet and you love to fish, then a good idea would be to invest in fishing gear. Take an airplane to Canada or another destination of your choice, with your equipment in tow.
Fishing licenses are inexpensive and your gear is yours to be used again and again. There are how-to websites, videos and books to instruct you on fly fishing or sitting beside the water and casting a reel.

Have fun and remember, because your vacation sounds expensive, doesn't mean that it has to be!

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