A tourist goes down a zip-line at Cambugahay waterfalls in Siquijor, Central Visaya, Philippines. Not all adventure holidays have to be this exciting. Photo: James Wendlinger A tourist goes down a zip-line at Cambugahay waterfalls in Siquijor, Central Visaya, Philippines. Not all adventure holidays have to be this exciting. Photo: James Wendlinger
A tourist goes down a zip-line at Cambugahay waterfalls in Siquijor, Central Visaya, Philippines. Not all adventure holidays have to be this exciting. Photo: James Wendlinger

Five tips for real adventure travel in 2020: it’s not about where or what, but how – leave your comfort zone, be curious and open to the unknown, even if it’s just a bar

  • Adventure doesn’t have to involve athletic exploits or an adrenaline rush. Just be open to experiencing new things and meeting new people
  • Here are five tips to help you find your adventure – and remember, destinations bring out the adventure within you, they do not supply it

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A tourist goes down a zip-line at Cambugahay waterfalls in Siquijor, Central Visaya, Philippines. Not all adventure holidays have to be this exciting. Photo: James Wendlinger A tourist goes down a zip-line at Cambugahay waterfalls in Siquijor, Central Visaya, Philippines. Not all adventure holidays have to be this exciting. Photo: James Wendlinger
A tourist goes down a zip-line at Cambugahay waterfalls in Siquijor, Central Visaya, Philippines. Not all adventure holidays have to be this exciting. Photo: James Wendlinger
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