Adventure Travel Defined

It has occured to me that it might be helpful to actually attempt to define what Adventure Travel is. So far, the definition I like most comes from the Australian psychologist James Neill:

Adventure travel is to intentionally go beyond one’s normal known area, seeking out experiences which are unfamilar.

For something a little more scientific, I plugged in ‘adventure’ and ‘travel’ on and got the following results:

For ‘adventure‘ –

adventure is just begining
adventure is an amazing way to explore hawaii
adventure is a lot of fun
adventure is family fun
adventure is safe and successful
adventure is a way of life
adventure is growing
adventure is changing
adventure is tobago
adventure is… something
adventure is open october’s just north of toronto in
adventure is the trip
adventure is the responsible acceptance of risk
adventure is in the acting
adventure is roaring
adventure is your heritage
adventure is located on gorgeous little island named
adventure is my hobby at the big cartoon database
adventure is for teens
adventure is for singles
adventure is hoping you won’t die tomorrow
adventure is essential
adventure is echoed in zanzibar

For ‘travel‘ –

travel is the future
travel is possible
travel is fun
travel is a way of life
travel is to live
travel is impossible
travel is probably possible right now
travel is work
travel is interesting and entertaining
travel is the future with highways and skyways dangerously overbuilt
travel is actually possible and most physicists agree it is
travel is possible in both a forward and backward direction
travel is fatal
travel is safe
travel is still a nightmare
travel is risky business
travel is regulated
travel is lonely brilliant
travel is paying off
travel is undoubtedly one of the best ways to sample unfamiliar regions throughout europe
travel is fast becoming one of the biggest causes of global warming
travel is speed

Find more definitions of ‘adventure’ from google.