3. Experience sailing in Sardinia and Corsica, France
Stepping on boats and adventure to Sardinia and Corsica on Intrepid’s 8-day trip is one of the best travel experiences you should try in 2016. Cruise to the splendid Costa Smeralda before moving to Isola Caprera, or running past the ancient seaport in the town of Bonifacio.
The tour will also take you to the Maddalena Islands, the islands of Lavezzi, Spargi and Santo Stefano. In addition to swimming and scuba diving, visitors can also enjoy hiking in Isola Caprera or cycling around La Maddalena.
Highlights of the tour include King Aragon Steps, Bonifacio town with soft sandy beaches and medieval houses on the cliffs, walking or cycling on the trails to explore Caprera Island – The home of gulls, eagles and wild goats. The journey is also very flexible according to the wishes of visitors. Whenever you want, the boat will be parked for you to roam or swim quickly.
4. Surfing in Portugal
Based in Vila Nova de Milfontes in the middle of the Vicentine Coast nature park, the 8-day family adventure in Portugal by travel company Exodus is also one of the cruises experiences not to be missed in 2016. For surfing proficiency, the tour will offer surfing lessons and is available on the board for visitors.
In addition to surfing, there are still many activities for visitors to experience elsewhere such as kayaking on the Mira River, jumping on the bridge at Milfontes (for an extra fee) or swimming in a charming waters or bungee jumping.
This is also a time to relax by the pool or on the beach. But if you prefer an activity other than swimming, you can join a jeep tour to explore the charming coastlines and forests, or cycle along the coast and end at the top of Sardão Cape Post.
5. Rowing on the river in Yukon, Canada
Traveling to Yukon lasts 10 days, every night there is camping on the river. In particular, the tour does not require visitors to have prior camping experience, suitable for travelers with many talents and likes to participate in outdoor activities.
Highlights of the tour include the royal Canadian military outpost, the tiny indigenous town of Carmack, which has only 500 people; and abandoned shopping malls like Hootalinqu.