adventure travel Archive

What Kind of Experience Does the Adventure Traveler Want?

Do you consider yourself an adventure traveler? What does “adventure travel” mean to you? I’ve been on adventure tours that felt like they were going to kill me, then others where I barely broke a sweat. Two organizations that care deeply about how you reconcile the differences recently ran a survey of 8,000 active travelers [&hellip

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A Full Bucket List Tour Through Patagonia

If you’re going to head all the way down to the bottom of South America, it would be a real shame to just buzz in and out of Patagonia. This Southern Cone region of Argentina and Chile has some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Much of it is preserved as parks or [&hellip

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Be Prepared Instead of Scared When You Travel

  Donna Hull had been feeling like something was off with her back during the river cruise she was on, but forged on anyway with the day’s excursion they had already booked. On the land extension of a luxury river cruise, I woke up in a Lucerne, Switzerland, hotel room unable to get out of [&hellip

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Build Some Family Adventure Memories in Belize

Do you know of a place where your family can go cave tubing, barrier reef snorkeling, jungle trekking with howler monkeys, lagoon kayaking, and Mayan pyramid exploring, all while staying at one resort?  Well this place is just over two hours from southern U.S. airports, in the small Central American country of Belize. Here in [&hellip

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Explora’s New Adventure Resort in Peru

Explora Valle Sagrado opens a new chapter for the region between Cusco and Machu Picchu in the Andes Mountains of Peru. We’ve had high praise for the explora company based in Chile, with reviews of their properties in Patagonia and Atacama. I experienced a terrific overland travesia with them from Uyuni to Atacama that was [&hellip

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A One-week Luxury Jungle and Sea Package in Belize

People often talk of Belize as an ideal “surf and turf vacation” destination. Spend some time diving or snorkeling while staying by the water, then spend the other half on adventures in the thick jungle. In reality it’s probably better in reverse: do the adventures first then relax in a lounge chair on a beach. [&hellip

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