This week Four launched the Exodus Walking and Trekking Brochure 2009, making full use of the companies existing digital assets. Exodus has more than 150 walking and trekking holidays available – all around the world, and already provide a wide range of online videos and podcasts to illustrate the breathtaking scenery available.
Exodus, the UK’s leading adventure holiday operator has launched its walking and trekking offering for 2009 with more than 150 journeys to choose from – so whether you're after a gentle stroll in Italy, a lengthy trek through beautiful Eastern European mountains and valleys or a challenging climb on one of the world’s highest peaks, you’ll find that Exodus has the walk for you.
Visit www.exodus.co.uk to find out more or listen to the award-winning wildlife photographer and presenter Paul Goldsteinas he talks about the merits of walking in the latest of our topical podcasts. Having recently returned from the summit of Kilimanjaro, listen to Paul let rip on why he loves the walking and trekking style of an adventure holiday. Whether it is Nepal, Morocco, the Pyrennes or the Andes, Paul’s many years of experience has convinced him that tourism by foot is one of the best ways to explore.
New walking and trekking holidays for 2009 include Californian Walking & Wine, a relaxing itinerary exploring the magnificent landscape and wonderful wines of California, including Yosemite, with excellent hotels and lodges along the way. If you love plant life, you’ll love the Wild Flowers and Walks in the Bernese Oberland itinerary, which showcases the mountain scenery of one of Switzerland’s most spectacular areas. Culture enthusiasts and historians can join the intriguing Cyprus Crusader Castles Walk to explore the rich history, rugged mountains and spectacular coastline of Northern Cyprus and follow parts of the Kyrenia Mountain Trail.
If you’re looking for an adventure holiday to get you further into peak condition, you’ll want to look east with the new Exodus trip to the region around Annapurna Chitwan and Everest – a combination of action, adventure and wildlife that lets you visit the elephants of the Chitwan National Park and trek through valleys, along rivers and into local villages. Another new addition for 2009 is the eight-day Slovakian Tatras itinerary: a journey across a network of footpaths through the High Tatras - the range separating Slovakia and Poland. The trip also offers the chance to walk along the dramatic Tatranska Magistrala to the Velicky Pieso Lake with its dramatic waterfall.
Whether you fancy strolling along Turkey’s stunning Turquoise Coast or trekking the Inca Trail, there’s a trip for you in the new Exodus 2009 Walking & Trekking brochure. All walking and trekking trips are run by seasoned guides who know the lay of the land – so, no matter how adventurous your holiday, you’ll always be in a safe pair of hands. And, whether you book alone, with a partner or with a group, you’ll meet people from all walks of life and get to make new friends. Do you feel like walking yet?
Do it responsibly
Responsible tourism underpins everything at Exodus. It’s essential to remember that every destination is someone else’s home. Continuing to ensure that communities benefit from tourism, Exodus has launched a new partnership with Plan International. Working in 49 countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas, Plan International supports more than 1.5 million children and their families. To find out how Exodus is directly benefiting the communities it visits, go to www.exodus.co.uk and listen to the newly uploaded responsible tourism podcast.
For more information or to discuss a trip, please contact Natalie Amos or Lois Kettlewell at Four Communications on 0870 423 0895.
With more than 35 years experience, leading adventure tour operator Exodus now has a huge range of adventure and active holidays to seven continents with places as diverse as Kilimanjaro, Machu Picchu, the Ice Hotel and Antarctica.
Whether it is singles, couples, groups or families, Exodus offers an incredible choice of different trips for all ages.
Operating in 90 countries with 450 tours, Exodus insists on low impact tourism and increasingly looks to bring benefit to local communities.
Activities on offer include walking, trekking, cycling, mountain biking, rafting, kayaking, caving, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and dogsledding as well as many, many more.