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GO DEEP

By on September 28, 2012 in Adventure Category

The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever. – Jacques Cousteau

The final frontier of adventure may be space travel, but we have at least one frontier right here on Earth where relatively few people have ever ventured: the sea.

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THE FOUR O’CLOCK FLOWER

From “The Odyssey” to “Robinson Crusoe”, stories of survival have seized the imagination for centuries.

The idea of cheating death keeps us captivated and dares us to tread where our fears keep us from going.

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THE LONLIEST PLACE IN THE WORLD

Located just over 1700 miles off the coast of South Africa, the island of Tristan da Cunha is the most remote inhabited island on Earth. For the bold adventurer, there are only a few locations left in the world as secluded and significant. Tusker Trail can take you there.

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JOURNEY WITHIN

By on June 1, 2012 in Adventure Category
JOURNEY WITHIN

Democratizing and inescapable, altitude is the world’s Great Equalizer. It’s enough to make our Founding Fathers proud. The question is not who, but how much. And the higher you climb, the greater the effect.

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THE YOUNG MAN AND THE SEA

One “lone wolf” bequeathed to us by history stands above the rest, at least in terms of sheer swagger and audacity. John Fairfax was the first human being to row solo across any ocean—the Atlantic, and he’s first to row across the Pacific, period.

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