|India Gate in Delhi (photo Lazlo)|
Some would argue that a person with a desire to head to some of the least-traveled areas of the world, say Lesotho or a place that ends with a "stan", is by their very nature "intrepid".
And those are the type of people, I'd guess, who the company Intrepid Travel want to lure: folks who aren't shy about getting off the beaten path, who want to try local guesthouses or even sleep in tents, who wouldn't be caught dead in a 40-person motorcoach.
Well, Intrepid has made it even easier, no let's say cheaper, for these types of folks to travel by offering a 3-day sale that starts today and ending at the end of day on Dec 18. The sale covers 2011 travel through mid-March, and, depending on the destination, offers discounts of 15% to 50% off. Among the best values are tours of the southern coast of Africa (South Africa and Lesotho) starting at only $43 a day; and from Mumbai to Delhi in India from just $47 a day. Tours are available in other parts of Africa and Asia as well as North America, Europe and Latin America all at a discount.
Need to know more? Click on the link above which will get you to the Intrepid website. It looks like there's still good availability on most of the tours being discounted (hence the sale, I'm guessing).