Last updated: 04:00 PM ET, Fri November 13 2015

Nothing To Do For The Next Year? Intrepid Travel Has a Journey For You.

Tour Operator | Janeen Christoff | November 13, 2015

Nothing To Do For The Next Year? Intrepid Travel Has a Journey For You.

Got some time on your hands? Thinking of traveling the world but not sure where to go? What about everywhere? Intrepid Travel has come up with the ultimate travel itinerary for the most intrepid of adventurers — a 365-day journey around the world.

The Ultimate 365-Day Adventure is a nonstop, no-holds-barred, year-long journey that spans almost the entire globe. Guests travel from the jungles of South East Asia all the way to the ice-covered Antarctic Peninsula.

“So many people dream about travelling the world but few have any idea where to begin,” said Leigh Barnes, vice president of Intrepid Travel. “This trip offers travelers a one-stop shop to five continents, 34 countries and some of the most iconic destinations in the world. For $75,000 you’ll have all of your meals, accommodations, flights and almost all excursions covered, which when you stop to think about it is pretty remarkable value for 365 days.”

While $75,000 may seem like a lot of money up front, it is actually a really good deal for year-long trip. A year’s tuition can sometimes cost as much but you will likely learn more on a trip such as this than you would at even the finest of institutions.

“This trip offers an incredible range of authentic and local experiences,” said Barnes. “This won’t be your typical hotel or beach holiday. You’ll be completely immersed in the destinations you visit from a homestay in Cambodia to remote villages in Africa. Not to mention the opportunity to camp on the Antarctic Peninsula and at a desert camp in the Sahara, just to name a few. It is, in every sense of the word, the ultimate adventure.”

Guests will experience everything from the depths of Asia to the heartlands of Africa and the ultimate road trip down the coast from Alaska. The itinerary begins in Bangkok and finishes in Buenos Aires, visiting Antarctica, Belize, Bolivia, Botswana, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Malawi, Mexico, Morocco, Namibia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Vietnam, U.S., Zambia and Zimbabwe.

The journey includes more than 150 activities and excursions and features 20 different kinds of accommodations and transport, including camping in Antarctica, homestays in villages in Peru and Cambodia and desert camping in the Sahara. Some highlights include the Great Wall of China, spotting the Big Five in Africa, Machu Picchu and more.

Really, the only question at this point is what to pack.

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