Tusker Trail, one of the best adventure travel companies in the world, is asking us to help them select their next trekking detonations, and as an added incentive, their giving away one of their great trips to one lucky winner.
Tusker’s current trekking catalog offers some excellent opportunities to go hiking in some of the best locations on the planet, including Kilimanjaro in Africa, as well as Everest Base Camp in Nepal. They also offer trips to places like Mongolia and Bhutan, allowing clients to see some very remote regions of the world. But, the company is looking to expand their offerings, and that is where you can help.
The Tusker Facebook page is currently hosting a contest that allows us to vote for the next detonation that the company should add to its catalog. Options include New Zealand, Machu Picchu in Peru, Greenland, Australia, Myanmar, the Dolomite of Italy, Patagonia, and the Ladakh region of India. Each of those is a fantastic adventure destination, with a lot to offer travelers. Some are classic places that everyone should see at some point in their lives, while others are emerging as exciting new destinations that are luring adventurous travelers with their beautiful landscapes and interesting cultures.
To enter the contest, just visit the Facebook page, and vote for your choice for Tusker’s next trip. You’ll then be automatically entered to win your choice of four Tusker treks. Those include a Kilimanjaro climb, a hike across Mongolia, a visit to Bhutan, or the classic expedition to Everest Base Camp.
The contest is open through the end of October, at which time a winner will be chosen at random. That person will be notified the first week of November, at which time they can select the trip of their choice.
This is a great opportunity to win a trip from one of the best trekking companies around. Who knows, you could be off on a grand adventure of your own soon!
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