Adventure Life


Stomachs full after a hearty traditional Peruvian lunch, my husband Craig and I sat in the 12-passenger van and enjoyed the scenery as we chatted with Vidal (our guide) and Carlos (our driver). We …

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My adventure started out as somewhat of a mid-life vision quest, something I was going to do solo, taking me far away from home and work. However, it eventually grew into a father/ son bonding …

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Adventure Life travelers, Dave and Val LaHart, share a travel tale about their experiences during the Wildlife Odyssey trip to the Ecuadorian Amazon and Galapagos Islands. Mainland: Rainforest and …

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After having a successful trip last year to San Vincente de Paul Orphanage, in Quito, Ecuador I decided to return again. Over the past year I had kept in contact with Sister Rosa at Casa 5, and also …

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Beth and Aaron - Belize 2005 Maya Mountains and Ambergris Caye I have to admit, I am an extremely anxious traveler. I cannot put my foot on it, but I am sure it has something to do with the idea …

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November 9, 2007: A long day on the plane After a restless overnight at a Seattle airport hotel, we were up at 3am to begin the hurry and wait of modern air travel. Just a few years back, I …

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October 2007 Sarapiqui Our first set travel day started in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica. After a windy road drive through mountains and past waterfalls on the side of the road, we arrive to flatter …

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Usually independent travelers, they toured with Montana-based Adventure Life Journeys, joining seven other travelers to experience the nine-day Easter Festival and much more. Christ carries his …

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Our blue panga sped across the clear, Pacific waters toward the tiny, green island of Cano just off the south coast of Costa Rica. Each of the panga's occupants was grinning enormous smiles at the …

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Ever since I did a report on Peru in the sixth grade I've wanted to visit this remarkable Andean country. My love of Andean music, interest in the Incas and in the rainforest also fed my desire, over …

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The sky is blue and the intense Andean sun burns down on us, cooled by the high altitude and the wind. Our Quechua guide, Vidal, in a brilliantly-beaded ear-covering Peruvian cap, poses before the …

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When I walked through the doors of the orphanage, it was like stepping into a Dickens novel. If we visualize our poor in the cities and then visualize a situation twice as bad, you will have a …

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PISAC and OLLANTAYTAMBO There’s a very good reason why all Sacred Valley travel adventures visit Pisac and Ollantaytambo, and we don’t miss either of these on our visit either! Every Tuesday, …

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