Travel News | - Part 6

By: The Road Less Travelled  06-Dec-2011

Early Birdz get the worm. Watch this space, as some experiences will now have an Early Birdz offer.

Pay it forward: Since I began the concept of taking women out of their comfort zone to experience out of the ordinary travel experiences, one of my visions was to provide the opportunity for some  well deserving, ‘unsung heroes’ to join us on some of these travels.

I believe in playing it forward, and in supporting others who may not have the ability to experience these journeys, yet offer so much to others.

So if you know someone who you think would love to join us on a Road Less Travelled Journey, I would love you to nominate her.

There will be a criteria. I would love to hear their stories and how they contribute towards making the world a better place, yet seek no personal gratification.

Travel Responsibly: As we travel, no matter whether it is in our own back yard or further afield, it is of paramount importance that we respect at all times, other peoples wishes, beliefs and ways of life.

To respect and care for our environment, is about travelling responsibly; we leave no litter and only soft footprints remain.

When we have moved on, all that is left is our good vibrations.

Travelling “The Road Less Travelled” way is to do so in a non judgemental way, to have the ability to go with the flow and to leave the place better for the experience our footprints left.

Health and Wellbeing: We are all now looking for improved Health and Wellbeing as life on the horizon constantly changes.

This may be sought in many varied ways and health and wellbeing is one of my underpining philosophies as we journey together.

A Road Less Travelled experience will embrace you, through learnings and experiences where you have the ability to rejeuvenate your mind, body and soul.

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Travel News | - Part 5

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