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Do & See
With the tallest volcano, the deepest canyon, the reddest beaches, countless craters and many more natural wonders to explore, Mars is a nature-lover's paradise. On top of that, all the new aquatic attractions have opened up a whole new world of possibilities for the whole family. Experienced extreme athletes can try anything from sand-boarding to surfing and kayaking, while anyone travelling with kids can enjoy a nice relaxing day at the beach. Breathtaking sceneries (punctuated by Mars' two moons) and boundless adventures await those bold enough to brave the expanse of the Red Planet. Those who make the long journey are sure not to be disappointed, as even the most avid explorer will not run out of exciting things to do anytime soon.
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Water Adventures on Mars

Water Adventures on Mars

The Red Planet's newest attractions revolve around the recently discovered presence of flowing water on the surface. Vacationers can actually enjoy many forms of water activities, from ancient hot springs to polar ice caps to the new attractions around flowing water. Some favourite destinations are the craters Terra Sirenum and Centauri Montes, where possible evidence of flowing water dates back as far as 1999. Most exciting, perhaps, is the possibility that this flowing water might be able to sustain life on Mars!
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