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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World-Class Destination: Epic Tanzania Group Tours Safari

The thought of Tanzania conjures images of turquoise waters, pristine beaches, and gorgeous brown grasslands. No wonder this East African country is a favorite among many tourists from around the world. Tanzania group tours usually take one on a safari trip. It is after all home to two iconic safari destinations—the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Others may opt for an adventure in the...
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Travel Photo of The Day: Rome’s Trevi Fountain

  The Trevi fountain is Rome’s largest baroque fountain. With a height of 86 feet and a width of 161.3 feet, it is the largest in the city and one of the most famous fountains in the world. It designed by architect Nicola Salvi and later finished by Giuseppe Pannini. The work started in 1743 and it was made with the same materials as the Colloseum. Today, the Trevi Fountain is one of...
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PhotoFly Travel Club’s Amazing Trip in Morocco (VIDEO)

After watching the following video it’s clear to see why so many members of our travel club choose to visit Morocco almost every year. We don’t know if it’s the amazing landscapes, the Sahara desert, or our tour guide – Andrew’s interviews of famous Kentucky Derby camel winners, but people always have an amazing time in Morocco – with PhotoFly Travel. Check it...
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Peru Group Tours – Beyond the Machu Picchu Trail

When one mentions Peru, our imagination most often times would automatically lead us through the famous Incan City of Machu Picchu. Indeed, Machu Picchu has almost become a symbol for Peru. And we have no objections. After all, Machu Picchu is truly unlike any other place one could ever visit. It has rightfully earned its distinction as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Perhaps...
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Kenya Packing List & Trip Preparation

Below are some general packing tips and information. Please read the luggage requirements and travel information carefully. LUGGAGE RESTRICTIONS FOR SAFARI Soft-sided luggage or duffels are preferable to hard luggage for storage on safari vehicles. Large suitcases of dimensions greater than 24″ will not be stored in vehicles and should not be brought. You will NOT be able to bring...
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The Pura Vida Experience – Costa Rica Group Tours

Recently, Costa Rica seems to be in many travelers’ minds (and bucket lists), and it is easy to see why. If you desire a travel destination that is packed with diverse (and we do mean diverse) sights and activities, you can never go wrong with Costa Rica. Costa Rica group tours will most likely take you to touristy places of interest such as the Arenal Volcano (featuring its perfect symmetrical...
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Vietnam: An unforgettable adventure

For a while, Vietnam was in most people’s consciousness because of the war. But fast-forward to today, this relatively small Southeast Asian country has made a name for itself as a favorite adventure travel destination. Far from the war-torn image many used to have of Vietnam, this country has emerged as one of the most beautiful places to experience with diversity in culture, landscapes,...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Galapagos Crab

Sally Lightfoot crabs are brightly-colored coastal scavengers, found in the Galapagos Islands and across the western coast of South and Central America. They can be seen everywhere feeding in large groups on most beaches and in shallow water all around the Islands. If you want to experience them in person along with the plethora of incredible wildlife under & above the turquoise waters,...
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