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30 years of Discover Adventure: An Interview with Jonathan Bryan

Posted by Eva Bryan on 26-Jan-2024 12:09:22

30’s a big number, and one that we think is worth shouting about. So, in celebration of our 30th birthday this year, we thought we’d sit down with Jonathan, Discover Adventure’s founder, and discuss the highs and lows (and everything in between!) of the last three decades.

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Topics: Tales from the outdoors

2024 Travel Trends

Posted by Eva Bryan on 30-Dec-2023 11:15:00

As we enter the new year, we’re looking ahead, and towards the few key travel trends predicted for the travel industry in 2024. It’s clear that the preferences and expectation of travellers is evolving, and there’s set to be a shift in what we are seeking from our journeys.

We’re ready to lead you to destinations that hit the mark!

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Topics: The Travel Bug

2023: in your words

Posted by Eva Bryan on 13-Dec-2023 10:21:27

As another year comes to a close, we wanted to reflect on another dream-making year at DA. From Everest to John O’Groats, we’ve taken people on trips of a lifetime and experiences that will never be forgotten. We’ve rounded up a few of our favourite testimonials to share with you at the end of 2023.

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Topics: Your Adventures

A Front-Row Seat to the Celestial Dance of the Northern Lights

Posted by Eva Bryan on 29-Nov-2023 13:14:07

In 2024, we’re gearing up for one of the most spectacular northern light displays in over two decades! Experts say that between January and October next year, due to the sun’s increased activity, the range and intensity of the lights is expected to grow. Recently, there have even been sightings as far south as Stonehenge - just down the road from DA HQ! 

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Topics: The Travel Bug

The Dark side of The Three Peaks Challenge

Posted by Eva Bryan on 01-Nov-2017 15:13:50

The Three Peaks Challenge is growing with popularity each year.

Annually thousands of fundraisers descend on the Scafell Pike, Snowdon and Ben Nevis to soak in the magnificent scenery and with the hope of completing all three in under 24 hours. However, behind this seemingly uncontroversial event, there a number of negative impacts which are bringing these stunning regions close to their breaking point.  

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Topics: The Travel Bug