Arctic northern lights on a small ship cruise
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Jenny Johnston
Captain Sir John Franklin departed England in 1845 on his fourth, and final, Arctic expedition. A Royal Navy officer and experienced explorer, Franklin was leading this voyage that was meant to …
Machu Picchu Clouds
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Jenny Johnston
Machu Picchu is world-renowned as a meticulously preserved site that should be on every traveler's bucket list. This legendary lost city of the Inca is held sacred by local Peruvians and deeply …
Brian Morgan, CEO, Founder
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Jenny Johnston
As a company, our hope is to inspire others to travel. The individuals of our team have experienced the world in unique and personal ways - trekking, camping, kayaking, rafting, biking, and even …
Miraflores Locks of Panama Canal
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Jenny Johnston
Next month, there will be a very special birthday to celebrate. The Panama Canal will be turning a century old! The momentous anniversary celebration in Panama is slated for August 15th - the …
Christmas on the beach is a great idea!
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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 …
Before the zipline tour
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Jenny Johnston
Costa Rica Costa Rica offers a breathtaking array of sights and sounds throughout its lush rainforests, pristine beaches, and variety of wildlife. This dynamic country enthusiastically welcomes …
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 …
Polar bear balances on the ice in the Arctic
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Jenny Johnston
Thanks to Coca-Cola commercials and cartoons, we are led to believe that polar bears and penguins coexist in harmony on both of the world's icy poles.  As cute as it may seem, that image of …
A young woman explores via Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP)
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Jenny Johnston
Travelers interested in a Hawaii cruise can take advantage of current discounts on one of Adventure Life’s popular trips.  Passengers who book the Hawaiian Seascapes cruise by July 31st …
Warm waters of the Galapagos archipelago
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Jenny Johnston
Adventure Life has been keeping in close contact with IGTOA (International Galapagos Tour Operators Association) for the most up-to-date news on the freighter accident in the Galapagos.  We …
Nik & Dusty are in awe of Antarctica
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Jenny Johnston
We planned a trip to Antarctica for two of our favorite Adventure Lifers, Nikki & Dusty.  They captured some absolutely amazing video footage that would convince almost anyone that this …
Al, our office's resident black goldfish
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Jenny Johnston
Adventure Life's mascot, Al, was a beloved black goldfish.  Living in our office for over a year and a half, his bug-eyed smile brightened our days!  Al left us today, and he will be …
Local moving cattle through the fields
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Jenny Johnston
Now that you are convinced that your next trip MUST be a river cruise, the difficult decision of deciding "where to?" is upon you.  Adventure Life offers river cruising in some …
A cathedral at sunset from the Rhine
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Jenny Johnston
A cruise does not have to be a 2,000 passenger ship that spends the majority of its journeys in the middle of the ocean.  It does not necessary mean cheesy shows, ice sculptures on the buffet, …
Rios Tropicales Lodge
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Jenny Johnston
One of our Costa Rica accommodations was recently recognized for their commitment to sustainablity.  Rios Tropicales Lodge received the "Level 4" Certification by the National …
Camping on the Choquequirao trek
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Jenny Johnston
In a recent Adventure Life blog post, we highlighted the Choquequirao Trek and explained how it is undergoing some definitive changes.  By the end of 2015, the Peruvian government plans to build …
Le Soleal sails blue waters
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Jenny Johnston
Small ship adventure cruising is not a new way to travel.  However, it has often been characterized by rugged, expedition-style vessels.  Upscale ships, such as Le Soleal, reflect a shift …
Machu Picchu Clouds
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Jenny Johnston
Ancient ruins, ancient traditions, and ancient jungles are awaiting you in Peru.  Wander through charming markets, explore rainforests, observe unique wildlife, and walk the same trails as the …
Trip Planner, Sullivan, at the market in Pisaq, Peru
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Jenny Johnston
Thinking of traveling to Peru but concerned about safety?  We have some recommendations for safe travels as well as some information that may settle those concerns. Tourism in Peru has boomed …
Boris Bonett, Adventure Life Peru guide
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Jenny Johnston
In our opinion, our Peru guides are the best of the best!   But don't just take our word for it.  Get to know our guides on your own Peru tour.  Guiding is a distinguished …
Tungurahua beginning to erupt in 2014
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Jenny Johnston
You may have seen our Tungurahua blog posting back in February.  If not, you can check it out here to read the story or to refresh your memory. Well, the volcano is causing excitement yet …
The hike up to Lago de Los Tres, Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina
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Jenny Johnston
Have you ever thought of what would be in your suitcase if you were leaving for an Antarctica expedition?  Even to the most seasoned traveler, packing for such a journey seems daunting.  …
The Amalyra
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Jenny Johnston
AMAWaterways was recently awarded the Luxury Travel Advisor Award of Excellence for "Best River Cruise Company."  As a partner of AMAWaterways, we are thrilled for the recognition of …