#ArcticAdventure: The Adventure is Coming

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Our CaravanTimes team members, Sonja and Alessi, documented two weeks worth of footage on their #ArcticAdventure

#ArcticAdventure: The Adventure is Coming

Our CaravanTimes team members, Sonja and Alessi, documented two weeks worth of footage on their #ArcticAdventure
Our CaravanTimes team members, Sonja and Alessi, documented two weeks worth of footage on their #ArcticAdventure

Friday, 24, Mar 2017 06:24

by Tom Leaning

Our #ArcticAdventure documentary is almost ready, and here is another sneak preview to wet your winter appetites in preparation for what CaravanTimes is calling "the most anticipated Arctic Adventure story of all time".

Our CaravanTimes team members, Sonja and Alessi, documented two weeks worth of footage on their #ArcticAdventure, in countries including Germany, Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Finland and Sweden.

You can view highlights of the first week of their trip right here

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