Haley felt very much like Jane Goodall...
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Jenny Johnston
This recent Adweek article highlights a company that gives employees money to use for personal travel experiences.  Amazing employee benefit, right?  Here at Adventure Life, we have …
Chachapoyas Ruins
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Jenny Johnston
You may remember our post about the definitive changes to the Choquequirao Trek due to the construction of a cable car.  By the end of 2015, the first aerial tramway in all of Peru will be …
Missoula Medical Aid funds Save the Children, Honduras
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Jenny Johnston
Missoula Medical Aid seeks to improve health and access to health care in rural and impoverished communities of Honduras.  Adventure Life founder & CEO, Brian Morgan, supports this special …
Kayaking in beautiful Alaska
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Jenny Johnston
A recent Wall Street Journal article stated, "Enjoying an ocean cruise and breaking a sweat aren't concepts that traditionally go together.  Indeed, the indolence that many people crave …
The sun sets behind two travelers enjoying the warm sands of a Nicaragua beach.
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Jenny Johnston
Nicaragua trips are becoming more and more popular among travelers for many reasons.  Affordability, beautiful beaches & cloudforests, unique accommodations, charming …
Nik & Dusty on safari
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Jenny Johnston
If you haven't been inspired by them yet, let us introduce Nik & Dusty Green.  Let's just say that they are two of our favorite Adventure Lifers of all time.  As a result, we …
Spotting a whale from the Safari Endeavour in Mexico
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Jenny Johnston
One of our favorite ship operators, Un-Cruise Adventures, has become the FIRST cruise line to partner with Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch.  This means a formal promise to serve …
Sunset at Fernando de Noronha
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Jenny Johnston
And the winner is... Adventure Life is thrilled to announce that our Undiscovered Brazil trip has been named one of the 2015 National Geographic Traveler “50 Tours of a …
Picture-perfect Ushuaia
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Jenny Johnston
The Stella Australis The Stella Australis cruise ship was featured in Saturday's episode of the Smithsonian Channel's Mighty Cruise Ships.  This ship carries travelers to the most …
Red-eyed tree frog on leaf
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Jenny Johnston
When a student group was notified that their international spring trip was cancelled by school administration for security concerns, they were crushed.  With less than a month to find an …
Atop the Kapitan Khlebnikov
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Jenny Johnston
We are excited to announce that a true icebreaker, Kapitan Khlebnikov, is returning to service for a series of Arctic expeditions in 2016!  This gives adventurers a chance to take part …
Hacienda el Porvenir
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Jenny Johnston
Outside Magazine named Hacienda El Porvenir the BEST LODGE in the "Best of Travel 2015" list.  This is quite the honor!  This title is not only for being the best in Ecuador, but …
Traveler equipment
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Jenny Johnston
Before embarking on a journey, you put a lot of effort into deciding where to go, preparing, and researching.  While taking the time to organize a trip, why not plan to see TWO …
Whale sighting in Polar waters!
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Jenny Johnston
On a recent voyage of the Plancius, passengers were able to witness an incredible sight. While looking out at the edge of the sea ice between Northeast Greenland and Spitsbergen, they counted …
Spend the holidays on holiday
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Jenny Johnston
Thinking about all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season could stress you out...even in July. Wouldn't it be nice to feel like you actually had a break during your time off? How great would …
Machu Picchu Clouds
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Jenny Johnston
This iconic landmark is one that is included on countless bucket lists as a "must-visit" destination.  Everyone wants to GO to Machu Picchu, but few consider HOW they might prefer …
Views of the Sacred Valley
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Jenny Johnston
Introducing...the Sacred Valley The Sacred Valley is located in the Andes Mountains near both the Inca capital of Cusco and the ancient city of Machu Picchu.  This area encompasses the …
Me and one of my many friends
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Jenny Johnston
Enchanted Galapagos Wondering why Darwin's Enchanted Isles are one of the most fascinating travel destinations on Earth?  In no other corner of the world can travelers hike in search of …
The iconic feet of the Blue-Footed Booby
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Jenny Johnston
A brief history of human impact on the Galapagos Islands The Galapagos first appeared on maps around 1570 with various explorers making stops but never settling on the islands.  Whalers and …
Kayak quiet waters as you sail to remote coves of Antarctica
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Jenny Johnston
Polar trips may seem a bit intimidating, even to well-seasoned travelers.  However, both regions are more accessible and more traveled than many assume.  Adventure Life is a leader in polar …
The mysterious lost city of Machu Picchu
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Jenny Johnston
Contrary to some of the news floating around recently, Machu Picchu archaeological site will NOT be closing in April 2016.  There are indeed some maintenance closures for travelers to be aware …