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Amputee To Take on The Kilimanjaro Challenge

Summiting Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak has always been a challenge but with only one foot most of us wouldn't make it. Stan Andrews on the other hand, a trans-tibial amputee born with a deformed right foot, is up for the challenge. Stan's right foot was amputated when he was seven years odl to prevent any further difficulties and to lower the risk of restriction.

Free talk on trekking Nepal this Thursday

Join James Ingham at Stanfords this Thursday for as he gives a free talk on trekking in the Himalaya. 

The US 'is ideal for trekking holidays'

The US provides some of the finest trekking holidays in the world.

Climate change monitored at Okavango Delta

Scientists are using the delicate ecosystems found in Botswana's Okavango Delta to monitor the impact of climate change.

Tourism to become a major draw for Uganda

Uganda vies to boost tourism numbers going on adventure holidays and African safaris.

Turkey could receive sphinx relic from German museum

Turkish tourism ministers hope to secure a deal with Germany that will see a Hattusa Sphinx returned to the country.

Walking 'is one of the best ways to view the world'

Travellers can often have the most fulfilling holidays when they visit landmarks on foot, it has been claimed.

Istanbul visitors can see a 'dynamic city' while on a Turkey holiday

Visitors to Istanbul will find a city of many contrasts, as the region enjoys a unique blend of old and new cultures.

Adventure holidays proving popular among older people

More over-50s are shunning relaxing beach holidays in favour of adventure tours.