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Flyer Fact Friday: Extraordinary Adventures for 2016

Interested in a getaway to a place that only a select few people have visited? If you consider yourself to be an adventurer, then here are 3 new trips to add to your bucket list.

Starting this year, Wilderness Travel is offering their new planned adventure to Nabibia’s Skeleton Coast. Its local Bushmen have protected the region for decades, and over 40% of the land is under government protection. These Bushmen have been hired to serve as your guide to view the immaculate wildlife population that includes rhinos, elephants, gazelles, lions, and cheetahs.

If the heat isn’t your preference then hop on a float plane out of Vancouver to have a mountain lake all to yourself. That’s right, a float plane is the only way to transport you and 6 others to Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Region. As Adventure planner Christina Simpkins says, “We try to reconnect people with these remote places and the power of nature really is.” Just make sure when you go to watch out for the local grizzlies!

Want to stay closer to home? Visit Old Cuba before it’s gone! Americans are finally allowed to visit the country for the first time in over 50 years. Black Tomato is creating new trips to Santiago de Cuba, where it seems that nothing has changed since the 1960’s. Day hikes and cycling trips have been planned through the Sierra Maestra Mountains, and a short boat ride can take you to some of the best snorkeling in the Caribbean.

Find more details about these fun new adventures in a recent CNN article. Stay tuned for next week’s Flyer Fact Friday as well as our weekly update on what’s happening around the airport.

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