Take a Trek; Why Be a Tourist When You Can Be an Explorer? Take the Path Less Travelled . . . through Asia, Africa, North and South America or Europe with World Expeditions and Jetset Coffs Harbour

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Take a Trek; Why Be a Tourist When You Can Be an Explorer? Take the Path Less Travelled . . . through Asia, Africa, North and South America or Europe with World Expeditions and Jetset Coffs Harbour


Remote regions and exhilarating experiences are all part of the fun and adventure of trekking trips with World Expeditions.

Visiting villages, stopping to admire landscapes and really discovering your surroundings are the trademarks of this style of travel and explain the attraction for so many travellers.

Whether it's The Andes, the trails on the Himalaya in Nepal, Tibet, India and Bhutan, the High Atlas of Morocco or the Great Wall of China, trekking experts, World Expeditions can offer an unforgettable experience to the destination of your dreams.

Treks are tailored to suit different travellers a from introductory, intermediate and advanced levels, there is a trek and a destination for everyone including the popular a[approximately]Over 55s Adventures' a designed for the mature adventurer who prefers a slower pace and a few more creature comforts to the challenging a[approximately]Kilimanjaro a Shira route' a remote and scenic trek to the summit of Africa's highest mountain.

To learn more about this exciting way to see the world, Jetset Coffs Harbour and Utracks/World Expeditions are hosting a presentation evening.

Presentation evening: a[approximately]Great Treks of the World'

An evening of discovery a from Africa, Asia, America and Europe a come along and learn about the range of trekking adventures with World Expeditions.

It will take place at The Professional Centre, Level 1, 9 Park Avenue, Coffs Harbour on Wednesday, November 3 from 6pm to 8pm.

The night will be great for first time trekkers to find out how a walking holiday works and what it a[approximately]looks like', likewise it will inspire experienced walkers to get out among the trails once again.

Some of the world's most popular trails and also a few which most are not aware of as well as a range of treks for all levels of fitness, experience and ability .

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