Escape The Politics… The Traveller Way

Escape The Politics… The Traveller Way

With the election all over, it’s time to escape the politics. 

Online travel company and responsible tourism pioneer, Responsible Travel, has interviewed some of the UK most inspirational travellers to find out the best places to wake up in the world, perfect for those who are fed up with the political posturing.

Here’s where they suggest we head off to, to escape the election fall-out!


BBC Wildlife Presenter – Liz Bonnin

“In a tent in Botswana as the sun rises and the wildlife starts its dawn chorus.”

Botswana camping, escape the politics

Wake to the sound of African wildlife through the canvas. This two-week camping safari, offering complete wildlife immersion, costs from €1,690 excluding flights with weekly departures throughout the year.

http://www.responsibletravel.com/holiday/11783/botswana-camping-safaris (01273 823700)


British Explorer of Channel 4s ‘Walking the Americas’, Levison Wood:

“I can mention a thousand places, but perhaps on a mountainside in Nepal to the sound of a cockerel.”

Holy man in Kathmandu credit- Lost Earth Adventures

Holy man in Kathmandu credit- Lost Earth Adventures

Enjoy the silence of the mountains and gain an insight into the ancient traditions, visiting remote communities of the Nepalese Himalayas. A two-week trek from £1,365 excluding flights, with six departures towards the end of the year.

http://www.responsibletravel.com/holiday/20159/gosainkunda-lakes-and-helambu-trek-in-nepal (01273 823700)


BBC Planet Earth 2 Cameraman – John Aitchison:

“In a tent on the frozen sea in the Antarctic, next to a colony of emperor penguins.”

Expedition in Antarctica, credit Chimu Adventures

Expedition in Antarctica, credit Chimu Adventures

Cross the Polar Circle, which few have crossed, on this 12 day Expedition in Antarctica. Explore the Shetland Islands and the Antarctic from £5,295 excluding flights, December 2017 – March 2018

http://www.responsibletravel.com/holiday/20250/crossing-the-antarctic-circle-expedition-cruise (01273 823700)


 

British Gold Medal Paralympic Cyclist, Karen Darke:

“‘I have to say probably hanging off El Capitan.”

Yosemite National Park, escape the politics

In contrast to Karen’s view, you may prefer to enjoy Yosemite National Park looking up at El Capitan with your feet firmly on the ground. We would suggest, especially if you are travelling far, that you should see as many Western American national parks as possible.

http://www.responsibletravel.com/holiday/15040/national-parks-of-america-camping-tour (01273 823700)

 

Where would YOU go to escape the election fall out?

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