Exodus has issued its new Discovery, Culture & Wildlife brochure featuring a range of ideas - from the mountain gorillas of Rwanda, to the glaciers of Patagonia, cycling the vineyards of France, to volunteering in Nepal.

Highlights include more than 40 new trips including itineraries to Ghana, Togo, Benin, Israel, Malta, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania. Responding to demand, the company has also expanded the Europe section with more self-guided walking and cycling trips, as well as increasing capacity on premium adventures and in the Americas, Southern Asia and other European departures, where they anticipate the greatest growth.

As an example, a ten-day Greenland Winter Expedition gives travellers of all levels the chance to live alongside Inuit hunters and experience one of the world’s most remote settlements, where dogsledding is still the most popular way to get around. Starting in Reykjavik, travellers will fly to Constable Point before heading to Ittoqqortoormiit by helicopter and snowmobile. They will then embark on a four-day dog sledding expedition led by Inuit hunters into the heart of the frozen wilderness.

Prices lead in at £3,799 per person including flights, most meals, accommodation, arctic clothing and transfers by snowmobile and helicopter. Departures are on April 12 and 26, 2013.

For more information or to book visit www.exodus.co.uk or call 0845-863 9601.

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