--- Menu --- Blog Traveler Stories News Travel Tips Responsible Travel Our Office News Travel. It makes us aware of the world around us, stretches our comfort zone, and grows us as human beings. If we become better individuals, doesn't it make sense that we would also … Brown bear fishing for salmon
Enter an untamed wilderness that allows opportunities to have up close experiences with the natural wonders of Alaska. Moose, caribou, brown & black … Easter Island is full of mystery. Visit during the first two weeks of February and you will be even more intrigued!
During the Tapati Festival, the entire island comes together in song and … Explore remote areas directly from your small ship cruise
Small ship exploration is not the typical "cruise". With fewer passengers onboard, the crew is able to give you … Celebrating our new website with fantastic travel discounts! Have you seen the new look of Adventure Life? Check it out! It's mobile-friendly, bursting with eye-candy and full of great new … Nicaragua travel is finally coming into its own. Want to go?
Nicaragua travel is gearing up for a successful 2013. It is drawing a lot of attention from the tour industry and both the … Intricate alfombras line the streets of Antigua during Guatemala's Easter Festivals
The spectacular Easter festivals in Antigua, Guatemala are beyond comparison to anything in the northern … A taste of Peru travel: Delicious Alfajores!
Alfajores, crispy cookie sandwiches, are enjoyed throughout Latin America. Many regions have their own local spin on these delicate sugar cookies … A motley crew of travelers successfully tackle Peru's Inca Trail and the altitude!
On Peru's classic Inca Trail tour, travelers hike in altitudes ranging from ~ 9,000-14,500 ft. The highest … 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 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 … Earlier this year, I had the rare opportunity to travel with my 12-year-old daughter, Gabs, to Costa Rica. Exclusively a mother-daughter trip, all other siblings, husbands, grandparents, friends and … The dining room of the Finch Bay hotel is cleaned after the flood. The hotel was flooded by the equivalent of various very high tides – not waves. Finch Bay re-opened to visitors on March 15, … The Galapagos Islands take precautions as a tsunami is anticipated to arrive sometime today around 4:30 pm UPDATE (March 12, 2011): The tsunami hit the Galapagos about an hour later than originally … 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 … 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 … Learn more about what to expect on Galapagos cruise in December
The Galapagos Islands are located at the Equator so there is not a lot of seasonal variation. Air temperatures tend to run in the … Our friend Milgros takes her son Bruno trekking in Peru's Ausangate
In the recent years, it has become more and more common for border officials to exercise caution when they encounter a child … Giant Tortoise - the Galapagos' namesake
Snorkeling with sea lions in the Galapagos
Endemic to the Galapagos, Sally-lightfoot crab
Frigate bird and chick in … Outside Magazine Trip of the Year 2009 - Killer Value
In this tough economy, travelers are looking for the greatest deals on the planet. Adventure Life was honored with Outside Magazine's Killer … Galapagos Islands
• 6 spaces available Dec. 25 departure aboard the Fragata
• 1 space available (male willing to share) Dec. 20 departure aboard the Coral I.
Come see the islands that … As the weather across the states continues to teeter around 100 degrees, the holidays may look like a long way off. After all, didn't the neighbors finally take down their icicle-lights just last … QUITO, ECUADOR -- Ecuador has declared a swath of Amazon jungle twice the size of the state of Delaware off limits to oil drilling, mining, lumbering and colonization. President Jamil Mahuad's … Caribbean-slope residents, environmentalists and members of area indigenous communities continue to protest the proposed construction of a hydroelectric dam on the Pacuare River, claiming the project …