WORLD Expeditions has released its first brochure dedicated to the Middle East, Central Asia and India.
The program packs in an expanded range of 76 adventures and launches more than 20 new itineraries.
There are new active options, featuring various combinations of cycling and trekking, right up to an advanced mountaineering expedition to summit two 7,000m peaks, hosted by Soren Kruse-Ledet.
The brochure features a new range of cycling adventures includes a 14-day Armenia to Georgia by Bike, a 13-day Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan by Bike, an eight-day Jordan by Bike, 13-day Goa to Kerala Cycle and a 20-day Ladakh Cycling Epic with Kate Leeming, on which participants cycle on a new route on some of the highest roads in the remote Indian Himalaya over three passes of more than 5,000m.
“This new program offers superb opportunities for immersion in the natural environment through small group journeys, trekking, cycling and climbing, which our travellers recognize as one of the best ways of experiencing a destination on deeper level” World Expeditions CEO Sue Badyari said.
The new Middle East, Central Asia and India brochure is the seventh in the World Expeditions range, which includes brochures covering Polar, Australian and New Zealand, Asia, the Himalaya, the Americas and Africa.