Destination shift for adventure travelers

CHICAGO -- Since Sept. 11, 2001, consumers interested in "adventure and experiential" travel have shied away from Tanzania, Morocco and Nepal, knocking them out of iExplore.com's top 10 destinations for 2002, the company said.

India, too, which was 11th in 2001, dipped to 23rd in the adventure travel site's 2002 rankings.

The 10 most popular destinations from 1 to 10 were: China, Peru, Galapagos Islands, Alaska, Costa Rica, Egypt, Australia, Italy, Vietnam and Ireland.

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