ADDING YOUR ADVENTURES FAQ'S

These Guidelines aim to help you determine the type of Self-Guided Adventures you should submit to Adventure Junky, in order to maximise your chances of having them added to the App.

what do we mean by 'Adventure'? 

We define 'Adventure' as travel that involves two or more of the following:
– physical activity
– immersion in nature
– cultural engagement

This busts a common myth that 'adventure travel' is only about extreme sports. In fact, adventure travel includes many different activities from snorkelling to snowshoeing. See a more expansive list* below.

what do we mean by 'Self–Guided'?

An Adventure is Self-Guided if it is undertaken by an individual or group, for the most part, of their own accord, and without the assistance of a professional Tour Company. This doesn’t mean that the Adventure has to be entirely unassisted, just that it is undertaken independently. 

Can I add adventures that were part of an organised tour?

Yes you can, but we do not always add commercial trips without reviewing the operator, and this can take a lot longer to do than with self-guided adventures.

What do we look for when selecting Self-Guided Adventures to be added to the Game?

– Unique and authentic experiences. We are looking for Adventures that go beyond the iconic sites and well travelled paths. They might take a month or an afternoon to complete. They could be as spontaneous as a local hike, or as planned as an antarctic crossing.

– Great photography, technically and creatively. The higher quality the better. We are not a big fan of noticeably enhanced or heavily filtered images. We encourage, allow and display image credits, but do not accept images with credits inlaid into the image.

– A story well told. You don’t need to write an essay about your adventure, but we love it when someone takes the time to describe their adventure in detail. 

– Adventures the are low-impact and suited to small groups. Adventure travel, more so than any other form of travel is linked inextricably to the natural environment and local cultures. Without pristine natural environments and meaningful cultural experiences, the power of adventure travel to inspire, educate and connect, will be lost forever.

Some people are protective about sharing their favourite places and like to keep them private. We understand and respect that. Some places just don’t need any more people visiting them. If we become aware of any Adventure Junky Adventure that disrespects the natural environment or local culture, we will remove it immediately from the Game.

What happens once I submit my Adventure?

Your submitted Adventure will be reviewed within a few days. We may contact you by email if we need to ask questions.

What happens if my Adventure is accepted and added to the Game?

Your Adventure may be edited by Adventure Junky prior to being added to the Game. Once it is added, you will be awarded the Game Points, as calculated from your location. You will also be awarded the relevant Morale Patches. Every time another Player Checks-in to your Adventure you will receive additional Bonus Points. The Adventure will also be added to the ‘Completed’ Section of your Profile.

Do I retain copyright of the images I upload and what will Adventure Junky do with them?

Uploading your images to Adventure Junky does not affect your ownership or copyright privileges. Adventure Junky does however use user content in connection with various features and services on the App and related sites (for example, displaying it in profile pages, adventure feeds, news feeds, Adventurelog emails and other messages to users' friends, etc.). We do not currently share any information with third parties except with the user's consent and we never sell your information to anyone.


ACTIVITIES 

*Other Adventure travel activities include but not are limited to:

Abseiling
Adventure Racing
Aerobatics
Archaeological
Ballooning
Base Jumping
Beach-combing
Bridge climbing
Bungee jumping
Cable cars
Camping
Canoeing
Canyoning
Cave Diving
Cruises
Cultural
Culinary
Cycling
Dogsledding
Ecology
Education
Festivals
Fishing
Four wheel driving
Freediving

Gliding
Hang-gliding
Heliski/boarding
Hiking
History
Horse riding
Highlining
Ice climbing
Kiteboarding
Mountain biking
Motor Biking
Mountaineering
Paragliding
Parkour
Photography
Quad biking
Retreats
Road-tripping
Rock climbing
Stand-up paddle
Sailing
Safari
Scenic flights
Sea kayaking
SCUBA Diving

Shark diving
Skiing
Skydiving
Slacklining
Snorkeling
Snowboarding
Snowshoeing
Snowmobiling
Space
Spas
Speed flying
Spelunking
Stargazing
Surfing
Train journeys
Wakeboarding
Walking
Water skiing
Whitewater kayaking
Whitewater rafting
Wildlife watching
Wingsuiting
Voluntourism
Yoga
Zipline