Wilderness Adventures

March 2008
PN;Mar2008, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p38
Trade Publication
The article presents the adventures offered by the Wilderness Inquiry (WI) to people with disabilities. The organization has served more than 250,000 people of all abilities on trips across the world. It offers serenity and relaxation to travelers who are tired of big-city hassles. In 2008, it has introduced new outings such as the Prince William Sound and the Bahamas. Its Web site has expanded to provide more information, interactive maps and easier online registration.


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