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Articles Washington, D.C. - Designated by the U.S. Department of the Interior as a National Recreation Trail in 1987, the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park is one of the skinniest and longest parks in Virginia (100-feet wide, 45-miles long).
Articles India - Our excellent trip to India in December of 2008 after the terrorism that occurred in Mumbai earlier that year. We visited the Taj Mahal and many forts but the highlight was our visit to two of the countries finest Tiger sanctuaries
Articles Albania - Looking to visit mountains in Alps, fjords in Scandinavia, never-enough-explored Alaska, and more beauties of the fresh air world?
Articles Costa Rica - The Pacuare is a great river for beginners and old pros alike. Depending on the season it can be from class II to a class IV. This is an exciting day of rafting. Includes transportation. Call Bill Beard's For Information & Reservations
Articles Anchorage, Alaska - Cruising to Alaska is an adventure of a lifetime. Take a helicopter tour and land on a glacier, see wildlife, native Indian dancers and more!
Articles New Zealand - Join Kiwi guide Ron Marriott as he experiences bad weather and good people at his South Island wilderness park.
Articles France - For those of you with a penchant for themed walking, there are few French-based experiences that can touch the excitement of discovering an ancient and forgotten route. That’s the thrill you get from trekking the Régordane Way...
Articles Japan - Japan is a mix of east and west. Modern conveniences exist side by side with teahouses. Shrines and temples exist throughout the country and the bullet trains make traveling easy from one part of the country to another.
Articles Twin Cities, Minnesota - Exploring Minnesota's Boundary Waters Wilderness, a million acres in northeastern Minnesota spotted with lakes and bordering Ontario and its Quetico Provincial Park.
Articles Namibia - One of the world's largest national parks, Namib-Naukluft Park encompasses encompasses 4 main conservation areas.
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