Adventure World: Asia 2019-2020

Mongolia back into the wholesaler's program

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Tailor-made specialists Adventure World Travel’s newly released 2019–20 Asia portfolio includes a plethora of new responsible wildlife options and provides travellers with more opportunities to discover the less-explored areas of China and Cambodia.

The company has also reintroduced Mongolia to the collection with Handpicked Mongolia, a perfect introduction for those new to the country. Certainly going off the beaten path, travellers will stay overnight at a ger camp near Lake Hovsgol, horse trek through forested peaks of the Khoridal Saridag Mountain and hike through Yol Valley National Park.

Citing the inclusion of Mongolia to the new collection, Neil Rodgers, Adventure World’s Managing Director, commented: “We don’t take the decision to enter into a new destination lightly. With Mongolia there was certainly the demand to warrant its inclusion; therefore, through a comprehensive product review over the last six months, we refined the offering to be suited to the Adventure World traveller and style that our agents expect from us. Our offering in Mongolia will expand further throughout 2019.”

Trans Siberian Explorer
Trans Siberian Explorer

Included in the new collection are itineraries where travellers can spend time with tribal communities in Malaysia, sail the undeveloped islands of Myanmar’s southeast coast and explore the paradise of Komodo.

New for 2019 is a dedicated Eastern Cambodia Explorer program, where clients explore the less-visited parts of Cambodia. Travellers can visit the Elephant Valley Project, a sanctuary for the large mammals where guests can see elephants in a semi-wild state in the reserve and learn about the work involved in keeping the sanctuary running.

Ula Zaisan War Memorial
Ula Zaisan War Memorial

Over in China, travellers can experience up-close encounters with pandas at China’s famous research bases on the 12-day Wild Side of China itinerary. Guests also have the chance to visit the Golden Monkey Nature Reserve for excellent views of endangered golden snub-nose monkeys.

As a longstanding partner with World Animal Protection [WAP], Adventure World Travel strictly adheres to a policy of no elephant rides in any of its programs. In partnership with The TreadRight Foundation and Wildlife SOS, the brand is supporting the development of an Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Mathura, Uttar, India.

For more information see Adventure World Travel at adventureworld.com or call 1300 363 055.

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