Adventure Holiday Resources
Here are other Adventure holidays ideas we find interesting.
This page leans towards
small independent adventure holiday operators like ourselves. We welcome relevant link suggestions and exchange, so please contact us by email
Milford Sound Fjordland Tours
A niche small operator ( always best in our opinion) offering small group boat, bus and guided walk tours of the fjord land area in New Zealand.
Skiing and Outdoor Activities in Norway
We met the people with this hotel recently. Set in a beautiful location north of Oslo it's reasonably priced, the food is excellent and full board is included. There are loads of opportunities for winter sports or summer outdoor activities. Well worth a look and Dorte, the manager speaks excellent English.
4 Star Bed and Breakfast on a Working Farm in Exmoor
Andy the farmer was onboard last summer and having seen the web site staying at the farm is definitely on our list of things to do. Easy to use web site with everything you need to know, including photos of the bull and spring lambs.
If you are in Sweden check out this cool looking Stockholm Hostel. Their web site is great and includes a blog with lots of tips on things to do in Stockholm.
Shop online for swimming costumes and swim wear at low internet prices - wide choice of quaility products and fast home delivery service - sportboutiques.eu
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Cycling Holidays in France
Run by Brits this is a small independent company like ourselves providing fantastic,self guided cycling holidays in the Loire Valley, France.Great routes,food and fun!
Crime And Thriller Fiction
One of our neighbours in the boatyard runs Ostara Publishing. He owns a lovely little classic yacht which quite by chance features in one of the titles he has recently published. Ostara Publishing re-issue titles that have become unavailable either through the ravages of time or the forces of publishing economics. Their range goes from the1920s through to the 21st century. Andy particularly recommends A Flock Of Ships, it's just the sort of read John, Trinovante's skipper would enjoy. Check out his website for a thrilling holiday read.