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Definition: journey undertaken by a group of people with a particular purpose, especially that of exploration, research, or war.
Why go on an Expedition
Here’s some common reasons outlined by James borrell as to why people choose get involved with expeditions.
- For the sense for adventure, a break from routine, a desire to travel or to broaden one’s horizons.
- The wish to develop oneself, and one’s skills such as teamwork and organisation.
- A wish to do something physically or mentally challenging.
- The wish to contribute to a worthwhile exploration, humanitarian or conservation project, to further existing knowledge.
Lars Monsen, Norwegian adventurer and TV personality once travelled by foot, canoe, and dog sled from the east coast of Canada to the west coast, which took over two years to complete.
- How to.. Get Involved With Your First Expedition.
- How to Get Started in Expeditions – Al Humphreys.
- The Next Challenge – Tons of resources for undertaking a big challenge by Tim Moss.
- Plan your own expedition – Useful resources from the Royal Geographical Society.