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Intrepid Active Adventures - 10% OFF!

Intrepid Active Adventures - 10% OFF!

Tired of being sedentary? Whether you are tied to a desk in an office-based job or crammed behind the wheel of your car, Intrepid Active adventures offer you the chance to get up, stretch your legs and experience the world in an intimate yet energetic way. You don't need to be super fit but exploring on your own steam will provide a sense of achievement. It will also enable you to enjoy your destination at real grass-roots level, taking the road less travelled to encounter new experiences, places you never heard of and friendly locals along the way.

Intrepid’s range of over 40 Active itineraries all combine, say, a challenging hike or cycle ride, with a local homestay to enjoy at the end of the day. In other words, they are designed for all of us - from casual fitness enthusiasts to the dedicated tramper or cyclist. You don’t have to be Sir Edmund Hillary to reach Everest Base Camp or Lance Armstrong to cycle across Cambodia. And you don’t have to be Ellen MacArthur to master the white waters of Peru. You just have to be inspired!

So to encourage us all to get active this autumn, Intrepid Travel are offering 10% OFF Intrepid Active adventures.

Here’s a few ideas, just to get your feet itching.

Active Tuscany and Cinque Terre
14 days ex Delhi
Price: only NZD1440 pp (plus a Local Payment of EUR100)
Highlights: Lucca, cycling Tuscan roads and hills, walking the Cinque Terre

China Hike & Bike
14 days Hong Kong to Beijing
Price: only NZD2228 pp (plus a Local Payment of USD200)
Highlights: Hong Kong, cycling, southern rural villages, Yangshuo, Xi'an, Terracotta Warriors, hiking Hua Shan, Beijing bike tour, Great Wall trek

Desert Trek
9 days ex Cairo
Price: only NZD1238 pp (plus a Local Payment of USD150)
Highlights: Cairo, Sinai trek, golden beaches of Dahab, Mt Sinai

Everest Base Camp
15 days ex Kathmandu
Price: only NZD801 pp (plus a Local Payment of USD200)
Highlights: Kathmandu, Everest Base Camp, remote monasteries, teahouse stays, trekking

Cycle Indochina
23 days Hanoi to Siem Reap
Price: only NZD2169 pp (plus a Local Payment of USD300)
Highlights: Hanoi, Ninh Binh, Hue, Hoi An, Central Highlands, Nha Trang, Dalat, Ho Chi Minh City, Phnom Penh, Takeo, Kampot, Sihanoukville coastline, Siem Reap, temples of Angkor

So to get active tomorrow, with 10% OFF, visit today!

* Valid until 14th May 2006


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