- Let the Adventure Begin! // American Fitness;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p45
Reprints the article 'Let the Adventure Begin!,' which features tips on adventure travel from Island Expeditions Co. in the U.S.
- HAWAII. // Sierra;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p57
This article focuses on the Sierra Club's outing in Hawaii. Explore and help protect the beauty of Maui. The Club will help stabilize an archaeological site in the Honokowai Valley on West Maui. They also spend a few days exploring Hana and the surrounding area. They will wind their way around...
- Going to see me elephant... // Journal of Business (10756124);9/18/2009 Supplement, p4
The author offers her view on people's endeavor and exploration in the U.S. She notes that elephant symbolizes the high cost of gold rushers' endeavor and the promise of an adventure of a lifetime. She narrates that her deceased father taught her a love of exploration. For her, venturing on a...
- 20 GREAT AMERICAN DRIVES. Scheller, Kay; Scheller, William G.; Peffer, Randall; Conaway, James; Briley, John; Nelson, Andrew; Thompson, John M.; Bass, Shermakaye; Rennicke, Jeff; Whipple, Dan; White, Mel; Kelly, Patrick J.; Glusac, Elaine; Taylor, Michael Ray; Schmidt, Thomas; Dunn. Jr., Jerry Camarillo; Bopp, Suzanne B. // National Geographic Traveler;Sep2009, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p80
The article offers information on best U.S. road trips. One can follow the trails of Indians, adventurers, George Washington's Continental Army, and Gilded Age millionaires on a drive showcasing vistas that inspired the Hudson River School artists, mid-19th-cenrury painters of romantic...
- Down To The Wallow. Moore, Colin // North & South;Jul2004, Issue 220, p98
Presents an article about an outdoor adventure in eastern Taranaki, New Zealand. Description of the routes towards the mountain; History of the areas which were explored during the trip.
- Cheap Thrills: The Best Budget Adventure Trips. Manske, Laura // Cosmopolitan;Sep2003, Vol. 235 Issue 3, p306
Presents information about ideal places in the world where one can go for adventure trips.
- CRUISING 'STAYCATIONS'. Young, Susan J. // Travel Agent;8/18/2008, Vol. 333 Issue 4, p92
The article focuses on the advantage of taking StayCations during vacations in the U.S. According to the author, StayCations can keep clients traveling, even if they are not traveling far or for a robust a vacation as in the past. A short cruise is highly affordable when considering that food...
- Scratching the surface itch. Wastnage, Justin // Travel Weekly Australia;9/28/2007, Issue 67, p5
The article provides information on surface travel, the alternative for air travel. According to the author, mostly of the surface travelers chose surface travel over air travel because of environmental concerns, and the thrill and adventure in surface travel. Furthermore, the author states that...
- more active cruises. Eulberg, Tyera // National Geographic Traveler;Apr2006, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p107
The article describes some adventure cruise destinations in the world. With 34,000 miles of coastline, Alaska is big. Adventure cruises often emphasize off-ship activities such as hiking glaciers or kayaking secluded inlets for whale-watching. Cruises in French Polynesia tend to reflect the...