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Journey through the Sacred Valley Approximately 9 miles (15 Km) north of Cusco, Peru lies the Sacred Valley of the Incas. With an altitude nearly 2000 feet lower than the old Inca capital city and a …

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Four weeks to travel Peru is perfect and what a super destination. Old blends with new; high mountain terrain contrasts with the coastal plains; wealthy flower encrusted mansions give way to …

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Costa Rica September 7-16, 2006 Sept 7, 2006 After a long 12 hour day of traveling, I finally arrived into the San Jose airport. The building itself was very clean, and while on a smaller scale, …

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The Russian officer whispered through the loudspeaker, "A slight curtain of northern lights has appeared." At nearly 11 p.m. on the first night at sea I pulled the duvet up to cover my ears. "No …

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February 13, 2007: Traveling Day, Montana to Buenos Aires The flight from Missoula to Buenos Aires was very long with many stops in the United States, but Atlanta to Buenos Aires was a straight …

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2004 was wrapping up without any major adventurous trip to seal it and that is not a detail to overlook! Sooooo, I stared imagining the world with all its treasures and fascinating places to …

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You have gone from a website (I wonder if it's a scam??) to almost personal friends. You were so helpful in setting up our trip, even when we wanted to deviate from the usual scheduling. Your written …

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My wife Petra and I had always researched and organized our own travel in the past, so when we opted out of last-minute necessity for a guided tour with Adventure Life, we didn't know quite what to …

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Descent to the Underworld of Chechem-Ha Story and Photos by Susan Hoffman I'm sitting cross-legged in the dirt floor in the deepest part of Chechem-Ha cave, looking at theSusan Hoffman: Pots of …

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Never attempt to arrive late at night by plane to Quito, Ecuador. Notice I say attempt: Fog envelopes the city, the plane circles until nearly out of fuel, and then the machine makes a quick scamper …

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Dec. 5,2006- Latitude: 54º15.0' S, Longitude: 68º19.0' W, Wind Speed: 0 knots 0, Weather Conditions: calm, Distance covered in previous 24 hours: 0.0 nautical miles (nm), Air Temperature: 0 ºC, …

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PANORAMIC PERU 2006 September 22 – October 8 Harold and Karen Greig John and Barbara Wise Guides: Carlos Lazo and Marco Palomino Friday, September 22. TRAVELING After driving up I-5 to …

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July 10, 2005 Have you ever thought about taking the Inca trail less traveled in Peru? My friend, Mary, and I were excited to take the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, but then we found an alternative …

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Travel Journal by Robert Ivry - Awesome Argentina 9-day tour Jan. 2008 The country is amazing: diverse, vibrant, awe inspiring, highlighted by the warmth and graciousness of the Argentine people. …

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The trip was absolutely marvelous...even more than I expected. Patagonia is an area of remarkable diversity and wild, incredible beauty. From the steppes with their huge cattle and sheep estancias, …

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The hosts of the 2016 Olympic Games is extending a gracious gesture to travelers around the world.  Brazil is granting a visa exemption for tourists visiting between August 5 - September 18, …
Passengers boarding a plane
The news was just released on December 14, 2015 of a possible 48-hour strike of Chile's civil aviation authority. IF the strike occurs, it will happen this Thursday & Friday, December 17 …
For our second post, here are photos of an annual dinner that we hold for our wonderful guides in Cusco. The dinner was held at Inka's Grill and later the festivities hit the Cross Keys Bar.If you've …
Polar Icebreaker, Kapitan Khlebnikov by Henny Miltenburg   Mist from volcanic caldera Antarctica, the Great White Continent, a land so distant from everyday life, so filled with myth, …
Aaron on a snorkeling trip to Hol Chan in Belize
Snorkeling off the coast of Ambergris Caye in Belize   Exploring the crystal clear waters of the Belize Barrier Reef by kayak   Snorkeling and kayaking adventure in …
Kapitan Khlebnikov breaking ice
Kapitan Khlebnikov breaking ice. Photo by Paul Orenstein Yesterday's attempt at the Shetland Islands was a bust, again due to weather.  Winds were blowing hard, and word was that all the ships in …
Leaving Ushuaia for Antarctica
Leaving Ushuaia for Antarctica Four hours to go to board the ship! Passengers are gathering in the hotel bar and conversation is lively as we wait the final hours for our Antarctica cruise to …
Ushuaia
Beautiful Ushuaia, Argentina -- not a bad place to spend a few extra days Twenty-two hours of flying finally brought me to the city of Buenos Aires. I chose to stop over here for a couple days, …
Mike Guzman, National Geographic magazine's My Shot For the past few years, I have heard lots of news about carbon offsets and we have had lots of discussion within the office about carbon …