Southeast Asia Packing List

 Recommended Southeast Asia Packing List (Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar)   **Please pack as light as possible!!! We will be moving around a lot on these adventures and the more you have to lug the more burdensome it becomes. We will also have VERY limited space in our vehicles so please limit your luggage to one smaller sized checked bag (no larger than 24″ x 17″x 7″)...
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Travel Photo of the Day: The Bird Tongue, Costa Rica

What a tongue from our Costa Rica Tour! I don’t even remember what type of bird this was but love the pose she gave to us! This shot was taken from our travel club’s 2013 Costa Rica Tour. Costa Rica is world famous for its incredible diversity of bird species and photographers and birders alike come flocking from all ends of the earth to spot and shoot these tropical creatures....
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Hawaii Packing List

 Recommended Big Island Packing List Suntan lotion Water Bottle/ bladder (Very important to bring a water bottle!) Large & small ziplock bags to protect cameras and other technology Ear Plugs (Especially if you are sharing a room!!!!) Dry Bag for camera gear DSLR, SLR extra memory cards laptop tripod lenses (we recommend a wide angle, mid range, and telephoto) After bite Anti-bacterial...
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Destination Travel Guide: Safari in Zambia

Despite being landlocked in the south of Africa, Zambia is a nation with a beautiful and varied landscape. The country has a mixture of hills, mountains, and plateaus, interlaced with rivers such as the Kafue, the Luangwa, and the famous Zambezi. Much of Zambia’s tourist appeal lies in its vast expanses of unspoiled nature ripe for authentic safaris, though there is also much to see &...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Temples of Bali, Tanah Lot

A dramatic sunrise at Tanah Lot, Bali We just returned from another awesome group tour to Bali. Our first stop was Tanah Lot, one of the most dramatic and unique Hindu temples in the world. Tanah Lot was built on a rock that lies beyond the tide line. During high tides the temple is in the ocean and holy men and worshipers have to wade and swim to reach the stairs. We took this picture in...
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