Hiking the Budawangs, Australia

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The Budawang Range, commonly called The Budawangs, a rugged mountain range within the Budawang National Park and the Morton National Park, are part of a spur off the Great Dividing Range and are located in the South Coast region of New South Wales, Australia. The highest mountain in the range is Mount Budawang that has an elevation of 1,129 m. The Budawang Range is a great place for hiking.

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Climbing Mount Kenya

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Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. Mount Kenya is a stratovolcano created approximately 3 million years after the opening of the East African rift. Before glaciation, it was 7,000 m high. It was covered by an ice cap for thousands of years. This has resulted in very eroded slopes and numerous valleys radiating from the centre. There are currently 11 small glaciers. The forested slopes are an important source of water for much of Kenya. It has 3 peaks of differing difficulty in regards to mountineering. Have a great inspiration for an epic journey by challenging Mount Kenya.

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Victoria Falls Outdoor Activities, Zambia

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The Victoria Falls are the main attraction for any adventure traveler going to Zambia. Due to its high, water volume, wide and large sheet of water, the Victoria Falls is an ideal place for any intrepid adventurer willing to do extreme outdoor activity like bumgee jumping and rafting. White water rafting across the Zambezi River, class 5 rapids, is a really adrenaline-filled adventure, but the rewards are great.

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Trekking Up Mount Cameroon: Feel the Rush!

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If you’ve been hiking for some time now and you’ve always wanted to reward yourself with a paradisal trek that is challenging yet achievable, how does an invitation to take in the imposing view from the summit of Mount Cameroon sound ? This is one of Global Bush’s most popular activities and it is easy to see why; most of us are so fully immersed in city life that we ignore our need to connect with Nature, to rise to new challenges and above all, to feel like we can pursue goals that lie outside the material/professional. The sensation of making it to the “top” of something so ancient, vast and profound is unbeatable; it is a reminder that there is very little that is “natural” about ignoring the importance of Mother Earth to our physical and mental well-being.

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