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VIDEO: How to Have an Offbeat Adventure When You Travel

Luke Armstrong | May 24, 2017

Offbeat travel, or Traveling off the beaten path—it's a buzz word in travel these days, but what exactly does it mean? Does it simply mean walking off the trail, the "beaten path" and getting lost in the woods? No, please stay on the trail. And whatever you do don't feed the lions or bears! 

 

Guest contributor: Luke Armstrong

About the Author

Luke Maguire Armstrong is the author of "The Nomad's Nomad." He has spent the last decade traveling, writing and designing, and funding philanthropic programs around the world.


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