Beyond the Cobblestone Streets: Czech Republic Group Tours

Ah, Czech Republic. This country is quintessentially European—romantic, filled with gorgeous historic buildings, artsy, colorful, and teeming with things to do. While most Czech Republic group tours concentrate their activities in Prague—and understandably so—there are so much to see beyond the cobblestone streets of this capital city. Truthfully, it is quite hard to believe that a country...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Rainbow Lava (Hawaii)

A perfect depiction of yin and yang. The Big Island of Hawaii has the most diverse set of adventures to experience, perhaps in the world! From snow atop the 14,000 ft Mauna Kea Volcano, great surfing and beaches along the coast, tropical rainforests in the east, & of course, magical lava flows and eruptions from the world’s most active volcano! We see it all on our Big Island Hawaii...
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Chile and Patagonia Packing List

Below are some general packing tips and information. Please read the luggage requirements and travel information carefully. Clothing Layers is the name of the game here! sturdy, comfortable, supportive and waterproof hiking shoes t-shirts sun hat with brim winter hat that covers your ears winter gloves waterproof, rain, windproof jacket hiking pants, light-weight pants, workout pants hiking...
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Poland Group Tours: Traversing Old Towns and Reliving the Past

Poland is slowly becoming a European travel sensation. While most vacation itineraries to Europe take one to Paris or Italy, more and more travelers are discovering the hidden gem that is Poland. Poland group tours are almost always packed with walking tours through the gorgeous old towns of Krakow, Warsaw, and Gdansk, pass the Gothic cathedrals and museums. However, there is more to Poland...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Eiffel Tower

The iconic Eiffel Tower in France is a sight to behold. It was built in 1889 for the Paris Exposition and it was supposed to come down after ten years since it was never meant to be permanent. However, it was saved from demolition and repurposed as a radio transmission in the early 1900s and continues to serve as a one until this very day. Have you seen the Eiffel Tower up close or from the top?...
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Epic Adventure on the ‘White Continent’: Antarctica Group Tours

Antarctica conjures images of snow, consistently cold weather, and remote destinations. However, this White Continent is an epic adventure waiting to happen. Antarctica group tours are a once in a lifetime experience—the natural, untouched landscapes and vistas are unmatched anywhere else in the world. It is a journey not everyone will get to take. What is amazing about Antarctica is that it...
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Costa Rica Packing List

Below are some general packing tips and information. Please read the luggage requirements and travel information carefully. Clothing Your clothing should be breathable, light-weight, hand-washable and quick drying. Here are some suggestions – shorts, mid-thigh or longer long pants (zip-off pants are useful) short-sleeved shirts long-sleeved shirts undergarments sweater, jacket or...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Sphinx Pyramid

Did you know that the Great Sphinx of Giza or commonly known as the Sphinx of Giza or simply the Sphinx is, one of the, if not the largest monolith statue in the world? It is believed to be built by the Ancient Egyptians back in 2558 B.C but scholars believe that it may have been as far back as 7000 B.C. This ancient marvel stands approximately 241 feet long, 63 feet wide and about 66.5 feet...
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Bali Packing List

Below are some general packing tips and information. Please read the luggage requirements and travel information carefully. Please pack as light as possible!!! We will be moving around a lot on this adventure and the more you have to lug the more burdensome it becomes. We will also have limited space in our vehicles so please limit your luggage to one smaller sized checked bag OR camping...
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