Chachapoyas Ruins
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 …
Haley felt very much like Jane Goodall...
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 …
Argentine pesos and US dollars
As if you needed ANOTHER reason to visit this beautiful country, there is now even more incentive for US travelers going to Argentina!  The exchange rate for the Argentine peso to the US dollar …
Adventure Life office on a sunny day
Most of us have been on vacation, far away from work & routine, and had the thought, “If only I could do this forever!”  Brian Morgan, CEO & founder of Adventure Life, is one …
Kayak the clear blue waters of Belize
Central America provides a diverse playground of jungles, beaches, volcanoes, mountains, and pristine waters.  Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Belize provide the perfect backdrops for an active tour. …
Warm waters of the Galapagos archipelago
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 …
Local moving cattle through the fields
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 …
Camping on the Choquequirao trek
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
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 …
Tungurahua beginning to erupt in 2014
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 Amalyra
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 …
Hiking with our guide
If you like nature, wildlife, beautiful scenery, and BEER...we have the trip for you.  The "Whales, Tales, & Ales" departure on the Wilderness Adventurer highlights all of the …
Crusing the Galapagos islands
Unlike other volcanic island chains, such as Hawaii, the Galapagos have multiple volcanoes that are simultaneously active.  As if these islands were not mysterious enough with so many unique …
Kayak the tranquil tropical waters of Belize
OUTSIDE, America's leading active lifestyle brand, has selected Pelican Beach Resort as an honoree of their annual Travel Awards.  These awards celebrate travel that inspires people to …
IGTOA Training 2013
IGTOA (International Galapagos Tour Operators Association) held the first "Five Star Guiding in Five Days" course at Charles Darwin Research Station from November 18 to November 23.  …
Adventure Life Peru guide training and new gear
We may be biased, but we truly believe that our guides are the BEST in Peru!  Recently, Adventure Life offered some further training that will help them keep this title.  Adventure Life …
An aerial view of Cape Town
South Africa Tours: 3 Action-Packed Trips Under $3,000 You may be thinking about taking a trip to South Africa soon, and who could blame you?  After all, the Rainbow Nation of South Africa is …
The beauty of the Aurora Borealis.
You may remember our blog post about the Mystery of Franklin's Lost Ships and the upcoming search expedition on the One Ocean Voyager.  Well, now we can share the exciting news …
See Blue-footed boobies on your Galapagos tour!
Ecuador really stood out from the crowd at the 2014 World Travel Awards! The South & Central America gala awards ceremony took place on August 9th to showcase the very best of these regions. Our …
Snorkel the crystal, warm waters of the Galapagos archipelago
Adventure Life had the pleasure of hosting award-winning travel writer, Don Mankin, on his recent trip to the Galapagos. Don's blog, The Adventure Geezer, is an insightful reference for the …
Arctic northern lights on a small ship cruise
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
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 …

Kayaking, whale watching, snorkeling, cruising around the Sea of Cortez. I couldn't imagine a better way to spend my winter vacation!

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