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Benefits of Hiring a Limo Service When You Travel

Benefits of Hiring a Limo Service When You Travel

If you’re someone who stays on the road a lot, there’s a pretty good chance that you’re constantly looking for ways to save money when it comes to transportation. Well, as you’re pricing out rental cars, taxis and other forms of travel, have you ever considered hiring a limo service? Although initially it might seem to […]

Travel Destinations of Argentina

Glaciers, lakes and landscapes that will take your breath during your stay in Patagonia Argentina. Add a few days in the capital, Buenos Aires, and the result is a breathtaking journey that you can not miss. On its route from Jujuy to Tierra del Fuego, the range presents the wonderful variety of landscapes: from the […]

Save in renting when you out for travel

Save in renting when you out for travel

All have needed ever renting a car and put us to search the vehicle have become aware of the huge price difference that exists depending on factors as the company where rent, the time of year or the extras that each includes. According to a report of Facua on car rental, prices may vary up […]

Tips for trekking, travel on their garments

An important issue to be resolved in relation to adventure travel is that concerning the clothing best suited for such ventures. While the model and type of clothing that you use in your own travels will depend on your tastes and needs, there are some general matters to be observed: 1) – Must be tough. […]

For safety, outdoor activities: Go in groups with at least two guides

For safety, outdoor activities: Go in groups with at least two guides

In any outdoor activity on land for large groups (more than 5 persons) and / or made by people inexperienced in the activity in question (hiking, trekking, mountaineering, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, etc..) The have at least two persons responsible or guides (one that goes forward, and another to go back) is essential. […]

For safety, outdoor activities: choosing not exceed the physical or technical level of travel

For safety, outdoor activities: choosing not exceed the physical or technical level of travel

Any outdoor activity or similar experiences, like any sport, has a physical component and technical (skill or difficulty) determined. Many agencies and adventure climbing rate this degree of difficulty in numbered levels (level 1, level 2, etc.) Or names (low difficulty, medium difficulty, etc.) Both together, as separating the physical demands of technical and coordinative […]

In Remote Areas, Spread Use

In Remote Areas, Spread Use

Remote or pristine areas, often referred to as being “off-trail,” are typically seldom visited and show little sign of human use. The Northeast’s extensive trail systems provide a great variety of hiking routes and access to most popular destinations. With no established path, terrain is often difficult, and vegetation thick. As such, there is little […]

Camp and Travel:In Popular Areas part 2

Camp and Travel:In Popular Areas part 2

Arrive at your destination with time and energy to set up a good camp. If your intended destination is full, you can use the extra daylight to move on and find another location for the night. If you’re in an area that receives a large amount of use, chances are good that you’ll find another […]

Camp and Travel:In Popular Areas

Camp and Travel:In Popular Areas

When in popular or high-use areas, concentrate your activity within established campsites and trails to prevent impact to the surrounding area. These areas have been “hardened”-have already lost their vegetation cover-and continued use causes little additional impact. Stay on trails. Hiking outside of the established treadway tramples plants, contributes to erosion, and creates wide or […]

Camp and Travel on Durable Surfaces

Camp and Travel on Durable Surfaces

Trail travel: Trails provide a pathway for walking and riding, and are designed to drain water with a minimum amount of soil erosion. Whenever available, utilize existing trails. Many people shortcut switchbacks or create new trails trying to save time and energy. Cutting switchbacks or going around puddles, water bars and stream fording sites causes […]

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