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Friday, February 18, 2011

Tucan Travel Announces this Year the One to Turn Your Easter into an Adventure Holiday

With Easter approaching, anyone looking for something a little different this year can experience an adventure holiday with Tucan Travel, almost anywhere in the world. By taking just a few extra days off over the Easter holiday, the adventure of a lifetime awaits.

Tucan Travel offers adventure holidays as short as three days for those looking for an independent adventure. But as an adventure is best shared, Tucan Travel specializes in escorted group tours and has many adventures for anywhere between one and two weeks. Your adventure this Easter could be anywhere from the wilds of Costa Rica to the majesty of Vic Falls in Zambia. Two weeks, and you could witness the mountain gorillas in Rwanda or marvel at the isolated grandeur of Patagonia.

One person never to turn down the opportunity for an adventure holiday is Tucan Travel General Manager Bec Whiffin. This Easter Whiffin is making the most of the break and venturing to the Far East, responding to the allure of Japan and the start of the cherry blossom festival.

"Along with everything else there is to see and do in this country, being there when the cherry blossoms bloom gives a great adventure holiday something extra special." said Whiffin.

More and more people want to leave behind the all-inclusive resort for their vacations and see what so many tourists don't by really getting a feel for the mood and culture of a country. And no matter where in the world you want to visit, be it a tour through Asia or just a Peru tour, an adventure holiday with Tucan Travel will always take you to into the thick of it.

Tucan Travel is a specialist adventure tour operator with hundreds of high quality, affordable and exciting adventures to worldwide destinations. Choose from over 470 group tours, Independent Travel packages and Expedition Cruises to Europe, the Middle East & North Africa, Asia & Russia, East & Southern Africa, Latin America and Antarctica.

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