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TERRANCE TALKS TRAVEL: Über Adventures is all about adventure travel. It is for seasoned travelers who have "been there, done that," for wanderlusters who dream of having "been there, done that," and for armchair travelers who don't want to have ever been there or done that but love hearing about it! Listeners will learn about amazing worldwide adventures, such as 1,000 Views of Madagascar (dubbed the "eighth continent of the world"), National Park Adventures, a Trans-Siberian Railway Adventure, Tornado Tours, Disney Adventures, Weird & Wonderful America, a Space Vacation(!), Best of South Africa, The Other Side of Las Vegas, and much more. Terrance Zepke is an adventure travel expert. She has enjoyed many uber adventures including dog-sledding in the Arctic Circle, a gorilla safari in Uganda, camping in the Himalayas, shark cage diving in South Africa, and hot-air ballooning over the Northern Serengeti. She has lived all over and traveled to all seven continents. She is the author of fifty best-selling and award-winning books, including her popular TERRANCE TALKS TRAVEL and CHEAP TRAVEL series. She is in demand as a speaker and has been featured in most major media, including The Washington Post, CNN. The Good Morning Show, Travel Channel, and NPR. For more, visit www.terrancetalkstravel.com. Warning: This show could lead to a once-in-a-lifetime gorilla trek through the African jungle, a Nile River Adventure Cruise, a sunset safari, or a hot-air balloon ride over the Swiss Alps.

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During this show, I interview Sonia Marsh, who is the author of Freeways to Flip Flops and who is currently on a Peace Corps adventure in the remote mountain kingdom of Lesotho. She shares her travel adventures with us, including how... more

During this episode of Terrance Talks Travel: Uber Adventures I interview Yelena Parker, who is an expert in the expat experience. She has worked in 26 countries, traveled to 30 countries, and lived in 5 countries! So she knows what she is... more

During this show, Terrance shares her favorite travel tips for flights, lodging, vacation packages, cruises, and more. Discover little-known resources and apps to save time and money. This show is geared to summer and holiday travel,... more

This show is all about the best places to go and things to do this Halloween. I discuss my TOP TEN SPOOKY FUN THINGS TO DO THIS HALLOWEEN. Most are family friendly but I will let you know what is not appropriate for... more

During this episode of Terrance Talks Travel: Uber Adventures, we'll be discussing America's Last Frontier: Alaska! Learn the best way to experience Alaska and why. Did you know Alaska is the biggest state in the U.S.? Learn... more

During today's show, I interview my friend and full-time camper, Kate Bandos, who tells with us what it's like to travel full-time with her hubby and dog in a 28-foot camper. She also shares some good advice and her favorite places. If you've... more

During this episode of UBER ADVENTURES: SOLO TRAVEL, Terrance interviews @50GoGirl editor, Joanne Pegusch. We talk about solo travel, including Joanne's favorite solo trips, best solo travel tips, resources, and more.... more

All across America strange and wonderful roadside attractions can be found, such as Foamhenge and Abita Mystery House. Some you'll never stumble upon during any roadtrip, such as the only underwater hotel in the world. So listen up to... more

During this show, I share eight awesome adventures you can do in the greater Orlando area. Arguably, these activities are better than the usual tourist stuff. Haven't you been to SeaWorld and DisneyWorld enough? Instead, talk a walk on... more

During this show, I'll be discussing a great American adventure--the Appalachian Trail. Is this on your bucket list? Those who have done it claim it is a life-altering experience. But are you up for it? The Appalachian Trail extends more than... more

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