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May 11-18, 2019


First Publication: 1701            Last Publication: 1802

Web Instructions: ASAP, hiking, cultural 

Web Notice:

Come and join us on an epic journey into a gorgeous part of the world!
Here in the land between Ireland and England, there are countless ways
to have fun and enjoy the outdoors. In March 2016 the Isle of Man was
awarded status as a UNESCO World Biosphere Region. The Island is the
only entire jurisdiction in the world to be awarded this prestigious
title and this status recognises the way in which the islands population
exists alongside a plethora of diverse natural habitats. With such a
prestigious award comes the promise of wonderful scenery and views as
well as a mass of marine life, birdlife and wildlife which can be seen
across this island's landscape all year round. The island's heritage
sites showcase the roots of the Isle of Man and cover more than 10,000
years of facinating Man's history. The Isle of Man is extremely proud of
this status and welcomes visitors from around the world to discover the
Isle of Man's undeniable tranquilllity and beauty. A visit to the Isle
of Man will be a voyage of discovery and will present the chance to
explore Celtic Crosses and ancient Viking burial grounds, as well as a
number of other heritage landmarks which tell the story of Mann. The
island is a walker's paradise, where familiar experiences are made
extraordinary by the island's landscape. The diverse terrain ranges from
winding coastal pathways to woodland walks along quiet rivers to
challenging hikes. Wherever we go we will find culture and heritage
around every corner, along with captivating stories and customs that
maintain the "manseness" throughout the many towns, villages and
national heritage sites. The island's capital, Douglas, will be our base
for the trip. As well as the main shopping area and entertainment
complexes, it is the starting point of the Steam Railway and Manx
Electric Railway, which lead south and north respectively. The Story of
Mann trail also starts in Douglas and will act as our guide to the
heritage attractions located around the Island. This trip can be
combined with our Wales Adventure for two weeks of culture and hiking!!
Cost $1930 plus airfare est $1500-1700

Info Tag:

For details contact L Ginette Beaudoin,; CL Anna
Panszczyk,; Website

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