Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Adventurous Tours At a Steep Discount for Families This Summer

What kid wouldn't want to skate down sand dunes in Namibia? Or get up close and person with orangutans in Borneo? Or take a pizza making class in Italy?

These are just three of the many adventures offerred to families by Australian small group adventure company Intrepid Tours. All of the company's family tours now carry a discount of 25% per child for those who book before the end of May for tours through the end of October.

The discount applies to one child per accompanying adult (so if two parents are traveling with two children, each of those kids will get 25% off the cost of the adventure).

Its a significant amount off, considering these tours are among the most affordable on the market.

And the most "green". All of Intrepid's offerings make use of public transportation to get from place to place (so no gas guzzling motorcoaches) and support the local economy by placing clients in small, locally owned guesthouses and homestays. No tour ever carries more than 12 passengers, allowing the travelers to integrate themselves into local communities in a more natural fashion.

This summer Intrepid will be sponsoring family tours across the United States and Europe, as well as in Asia (Thailand, China, Borneo, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, India, Nepal and Cambodia) and Africa (Botswana, Namibia, Egypt, Jordan, Kenya, South Africa). For more information, click on the link above.

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  1. The discount applies to one child per accompanying adult (so if two parents are traveling with two children, each of those kids will get 25% off the cost of the adventure). Kilimanjaro hiking

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