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Antarctica Cruise

Antarctica was truly amazing.... Once we hit the Peninsula we had the 2 most amazing days, blue skies, ice, wild life, scenery. Absolutly stunning! The ship was great, good facilities. The crew was absolutly fantastic. Very approachable & informative. It was a very family like atmosphare. The food was delicious and plentyful. And the scenery & wild life.........wow!

Bert Lozey | WA
 
 

Types of Adventures

Our adventure travel holidays are rated not just in terms of the destinations we visit but also by the type of journey and activity we offer. To ensure you select your ideal adventure holiday please review this section of our website, where we define all of the activities we offer as well as our grading system. If you have any further questions send us an email or give us a call.

View more details on how we define our trip grading system.

 
 

ADVENTURE DETAILS

Youth Adventures
Youth Adventures
Youth Adventures

World Youth Adventures is the school group and youth adventure travel division of World Expeditions.

Each year World Youth Adventures operates a number of adventures that depart in school holiday periods that allow individual secondary students to ‘unite’ with other students from their country on an adventure of a lifetime. These itineraries engage students in a destination with some physical activity as well as a community project, and are escorted by world-class adventurers.

World Youth Adventures also offers Gap Year programs as well as alternative Schoolies Week ideas that provide all the celebration but without the hangover.

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  • Introductory

    Introductory

    Introductory
    These trips involve trekking or walking, cycling, rafting or sea kayaking for up to five or six hours a day at a slow but steady pace and should never be misinterpreted to mean they are easy trips. These trips do not spend time at altitudes above 4000m and are usually a week in duration. You will need a reasonable level of fitness and good health.

    Suggested preparation: 30 minutes of aerobic type exercise, (either cycling or jogging) three times a week for three months leading up to your trek. For trekking, hill walking with a daypack in variable weather conditions is also recommended. For a cycling adventure, road cycling twice a week for three months prior to departure is recommended.

  • Introductory to Moderate

    Introductory to Moderate

    Introductory to Moderate
    These trips involve a combination of what is described in our INTRODUCTORY and MODERATE levels. The emphasis is on introductory activity with several moderate stages

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