Flight of Fancy podcast: The greatest travel adventures you should try at least once in your life

How do you plan to get back into travel?

Are you thinking of something small, a quick trip close to home, a low-risk dip of your toes back into the travel experience? Or are you thinking about something different entirely – a grand adventure, a true experience, a big, ambitious, wild journey – something that will capture everything you love about travel and throw you right back into the deep-end?

If you're in the latter category; that's what we'll be talking about on this episode of the Flight of Fancy podcast. We're going big. We're going grand. We're dreaming of our next great travel adventure, and it's going to be a large one.

Joining me is travel writer Ute Junker and filmmaker and adventurer Tim Charody, and we're casting our minds forward to a time post-COVID and coming up with some big adventures to get back into the travel groove. We're talking the Camino de Santiago, the Trans-Mongolian, hiking the Himalayas, road-tripping through Iceland, sailing the Pacific Islands, and so much more. Drop in and join the conversation.

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This Flight of Fancy episode is hosted by Ben Groundwater, produced by Annie Dang and mixed by Lap Phan.
 
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