--- Menu --- Blog Traveler Stories News Travel Tips Responsible Travel Our Office Adventure Travel 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 … Amazing waterfalls of Guyana
According to the December 2013/January 2014 edition of National Geographic Traveler magazine, there are 20 must-see places for the year to come. Comprised of … Adventurous spirits!
I already wrote about our Pacaure River rafting trip in another blog post. However, it was so awesome, that I think it deserves to be mentioned again. You should not … Why Nicoya Peninsula?
Like I mentioned in another post, one of Jordan's dreams has been to SURF in COSTA RICA. So, when we were planning this trip, one goal was to make this dream come … Untouched. Vast. Remote.
Antarctica is a place to be removed from life's routines, breathe in clarity, and realize how very small we are in the world. Here are some of Don Mankin's … Votes have been cast, and the results are in. There are no longer only SEVEN wonders of the world, and we are excited to have personally discovered the EIGHTH years ago! Torres del Paine … I'm not really afraid of heights, but I have a healthy respect for gravity. As a child I loved climbing to the highest possible point in a tree, hugging the trunk and let the wind sway the tree … Our first overnight on the great El Chepe Mexico adventure in the little town of Cerocahui (approximately a 40 min drive from the Bauhichivo train station), I agreed to go horseback riding. I'm … Suzy enjoys the canoe ride across Laguna Rocha in Uruguay
A thin bar of sand separates the sea from a long circuit of shallow lagoons which serve as a sanctuary for marine life and birds along … Native Tree Planting Project in Cachiccata
Healthy Breakfast at Cachiccata School
Our travelers frequently voice their wishes to contribute to the communities that they will visit, whether it … Fantastic Futaleufu whitewater rafting on a Chile adventure tour!
From the stark and stunning Atacama Desert, to its legendary Patagonia peaks, a Chile tour provides an outdoor playground for … Our Tough Adventure Life Dirty Dash Team: Jens, Erin, Katie, Maggie, Shaela, Sullivan & Erin
Creative costumes, great brews, and mud-covered bodies were all part of Missoula's Dirty Dash Event … We always like to think that our trips are life-changing -- but even we couldn't have guessed how one Antarctica adventure would completely transform the life of one of our travelers. Adventure Life … Mexico's Palenque ruins - a beautiful ancient city to explore during your Mexico vacation
Throughout Mexico, there are stunning reminders of the grand civilizations that one dominated the region … Adventure Life is attending annual IGTOA meeting this week to discuss defining and achieving sustainable Galapagos travel. Photo by Adventure Life Galapagos traveler, Tamra Ortega
Adventure Life … Shoulder season, like early November, is a great time for an Antarctica adventure
When deciding when to visit Antarctica, time of year does make a difference, but deciding which time of year is … Trekkers take a moments to take in the view in the shadow of Ecuador's Cotopaxi Volcano
Ecuador's paramo, a complex ecosystem of rolling alpine grassland, protects precious fresh water and endemic … Adventure Life trip to Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni featured in Outside
Adventures Life's Bolivia Backroads trip was selected by Outside Magazine as the go-to trip for exploring Bolivia's stunning and … Adventure Life travelers, Greg and Bridget Litten, share with us a bit of their Amazon adventures in Peru's Tambopata National Reserve.
The Tambopata National Reserve (TNR) is part of a 3.7 … Tikal ruins in Guatemala - be there at the end of the Maya calendar this Dec 21, 2012
On Dec 21, 2012, the Maya calendar will complete its 5,125 year cycle, marking the calendar's finality and the … On March 4, 2012, lucky visitors to Argentina's Perito Moreno glacier had the rare opportunity to witness a massive ice fall. It's been nearly four years since Perito Moreno glacier experienced an … A hungry and happy group of trekkers after conquering the Inca Trail's Dead Woman's Pass
A hardy hike deserves nothing less than some hardy food -- and on our Inca Trail treks you'll get it; … Guatemala's Semana Santa -- the Easter Festival -- in the former colonial capital are beyond comparison to anything in the northern hemisphere. Along cobblestone streets, intricate carpets of colored … We received the most charming holiday card in the mail last week from our travelers, Sandi and Joe Costa, who joined us on a custom Peru adventure in October. And while I'd like to take credit for …