Traveling During COVID

December 21,2020

Our Sales Manager, Meg, took a trip down to Baja Sur, Mexico in November.  This trip was originally booked for April but like so many of you, she also had to postpone.  Given that Meg and her crew were going to visit an uninhabited island in the Sea of Cortez, they felt that this would be a perfectly safe destination to visit during the pandemic. Mexico currently doesn’t have any entry requirements regarding Covid and there are many nonstop flights from various cities throughout the US making it one of the easiest destinations to visit right now. Here’s her firsthand account of their sunny getaway!

Read More

Why a trip to Wyoming is more an African Safari than You Might Think

August 10,2020

Wyoming. A quintessential state on any national park bucket list, known by many for Old Faithful, the world’s largest geyser. 

Read More

Huayna Picchu vs. Machu Picchu Mountain Hiking Guide

July 27,2020

There are many ways to visit the famous ruins at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary in Peru. Trekkers can hike and camp along the full 25-mile Inca Trail that leads into the Sanctuary. Those who enjoy hiking, but don’t want to camp, can do just the final stretch of the Inca Trail as a one day hike. And non-hikers can visit the Machu Picchu Sanctuary by train and shuttle bus. Machu Picchu is the name of the Incan archaeological complex that sits on a hill above the Urubamba river and the small town of Machu Picchu Pueblo (previously called Aguas Calientes). The town lies at an altitude of 6700 feet above sea level, and the Machu Picchu ruins are perched at 7972 feet. The ruins are nestled between two peaks, Huayna Picchu Mountain and Machu Picchu Mountain, and both peaks can be climbed by visitors if you have the required hiking permits in advance. In this blog post, we’ll share some tips on how to choose between these two spectacular Machu Picchu hikes, if you’d like to include one during your Machu Picchu Tour.

Read More

Belize Honeymoons

July 20,2020

Belize may be a tiny country at only 9,000 square miles, but the abundance of activities and diversity of landscapes and wildlife make it a top travel destination year after year. From lush jungles, exotic wildlife sanctuaries, rushing rivers and waterfalls, cenotes and cave exploration, ancient Mayan ruins, white sand Caribbean beaches, large and healthy coral reef systems, and water activities galore, Belize is the perfect place for an adventurous honeymoon.  Belize is also a relatively short flight from any major US city - averaging about 7 hours - so it’s perfect for the intrepid traveler seeking a truly exotic experience, but wanting to avoid the double digit flight hours required to visit Asia, Africa, or Europe. 

Read More

A Guide to Visiting Victoria Falls

July 13,2020

Mose-oa-Tunya or “the smoke that thunders” is the original name that the Kalolo-Lozi people gave to Victoria Falls, due to the roaring noise of the water as it plunges to the ground and the billowing clouds of mist that rise up and soak everything and everyone in its vicinity. Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the world’s largest waterfall in the wet season. The sheer energy one feels in its presence is undeniable…easily comprehending why Victoria Falls is a thing of romance and myth and something we recommend to include on any Zambia Tour or Zimbabwe Tour.

Read More