Seniors go for exciting new territory, active trips

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“I like that the trip is set up so you don’t have to spend time with a map, figuring out how to get someplace,” said Mr. Moore, 71. “Once we get to our destination, I cut off on my own and paint. The others go exploring. The best thing is that you’re not with people who are afraid to venture out.”

WHERE ARE THEY?

Today’s older travelers are looking for adventure and education when they book trips. Among the top destinations, according to various travel agencies:

{bullet} African safaris

{bullet} Egypt

{bullet} Italy

{bullet} London

{bullet} Alaska

{bullet} Cruises on European rivers or smaller ships

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