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Travel Geeks: Adventure Travel — 4 October 2016

Tips, advice and expert knowledge – our panel discuss adventure travel. Plus, share your thoughts and join in the discussion with the panel and other travellers

Travel Geeks: Adventure Travel — 4 October 2016

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Don’t rush off, join our after-work get togethers.

How do you have an adventure on a budget and with limited time? In this event our panel of experts discuss easily accessible adventure holidays that can be taken in a few days — without blowing the bank. We’ll look at activities to suit a range of abilities, as well as providing tips for creating your own micro-adventure holiday.

Top tips, advice, technical know-how, photo ideas… and a glass of something cheery. Our series of informal chats are tailored to fit in with your busy lives. Travel Geeks: Rush Hour is just an hour long, and offers you the chance to hear from our experts, share a drink and join in the lively debate.

Panel

Chris Bach
Chris Bach, global purpose specialist at G Adventures
Chris began at G Adventures as a tour leader inCentral America more then a decade ago. Her favourite cuisines are Peruvian, Mexican and Vietnamese.

 

Laura Holt
Laura Holt, Travel Writer
Laura Holt is a freelance travel writer for publications including National Geographic TravellerThe Telegraph, Conde Nast Traveller and The Independent. A South America specialist, her travels have taken her from the Patagonian steppe to the Brazilian Pantanal, as well as further afield to Borneo, Vietnam, Iceland and Sri Lanka.

 

Neil Laughton
Neil Laughton, adventurer and entrepreneur
Neil Laughton is an explorer, traveller and expedition leader who has organised and led adventurous trips on seven continents, by land, sea and air. He has climbed the Seven Summits, skied to both Poles, circumnavigated the UK on a jet-ski and piloted a flying car across the Sahara Desert.

 

Martin Hartley
Martin Hartley, photographer
Martin Hartley is an award-winning adventure and expedition photographer. He’s taken part in four major expeditions on the surface of the Arctic Ocean and completed twenty photographic assignments inside Northern Siberia and the Canadian high Arctic over the last 15 years.

 

Moderator: Maria Pieri, editorial director, National Geographic Traveller (UK)
A family travel specialist, curious traveller and fitness enthusiast, Maria will be bringing a touch of order to the proceedings, and putting the speakers on the spot.

Event details

When: Where: Wallace Space Rooftop Kitchen, Covent Garden, 2 Dryden Street, London WC2E 9NA
Tickets: £10 — includes a free glass of wine or soft drink, plus nibbles

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