People booking holidays to Australia and other far-flung destinations may be interested in incorporating some adventure activities into their trip, a travel expert has commented.

 

Adventure holidays will not lose their appeal among British tourists  this year, one industry specialist has commented.

Alun Davies, editor at Adventure Travel Online Magazine, explained that for many, adventure trips are a passion or hobby rather than just a holiday.

“People who go on adventure-type holidays – whether it’s hiking, biking, climbing, rafting, that type of thing – they are enthusiasts so it will be the last thing they cut out,” he said.

Mr Davies also stated that he expects the market for this kind of trip to expand as more and more thrill-seeking travellers jet off around the world.

According to research released by TUI earlier this month, travellers are 190 per cent more likely to take an adventure holiday over the next three years than in the previous three-year period.

The tour operator commented that individuals who choose to go on an active trip are doing so because they enjoy meaningful, in-depth experiences

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