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Want to find out a bit more about Adventure Life? Check out some of these great publications that have written articles about our tours. Browse through these brief summaries or click on the links below to read the full articles!

Don't DIY: When and Where to Try a Tour Operator

Published: July 13, 2015
By: Katie Jackson

U.S. News & World Report recommends traveling to South Africa with Adventure Life and NOT on your own. "South Africa's 11 official languages are a testament to the country's complexities that often deter potential travelers. Perks of visiting with a tour operator like Adventure Life can start on day one with an escort and assistance through immigration and customs..." Check out all of our South Africa tour options.
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China by Bike and Kayak

Published: June 19, 2015
By: Diane Daniel

The New York Times features our Great Wall, Dynasties & Rivers trip - "A new tour from Adventure Life allows travelers to explore China on foot, by bicycle and via kayak." The tour allows a unique and active experience of the culture, people, landscape, and history of China. Along with the New York Times, we are excited about this new trip that allows us to share more of the world with our travelers!

Vacations-on-bikes becoming a hot market

Published: June 17, 2015
By: Bob Schulman

Chile Wine Adventure - Three appealing words. Also, the name of this amazing tour! The Examiner states, "Explore the best of Chile’s Santiago Valley on this active wine and cuisine adventure. The folks at Adventure Life have put together a week-long tour of the region, including biking through vineyards, trekking in the Andes, culinary tasting experiences and of course spectacular sightseeing." See all of the details of our Chile Wine Adventure.

7 Destinations You Wouldn't Have Considered 10 Years Ago

Published: May 10, 2015

This article states that, "Numerous 'hot spot' travel destinations for 2015 wouldn't have even been considered a decade ago..." Colombia is among this list of seven destinations, and Adventure Life's Colombia Quest tour is the magazine's featured trip to the country. See all the details of the Colombia Quest trip.
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National Geographic Traveler 2015 Tours of a Lifetime

Published: April 9, 2015
By: Margaret Loftus

Adventure Life's "Undiscovered Brazil" tour has been named one of the "50 Tours of a Lifetime" by National Geographic Traveler! This is quite an honor, and we are thrilled that this trip received such highly-esteemed recognition. See all of the details of our Undiscovered Brazil tour.

Places to Go Horseback Riding Before You Die

Published: April 8, 2015
By: Katie Rosenbrock

"Uruguay is home to many historic family ranches that date back to times when gauchos and grazing cattle could be found scattered among the country’s green pastures and rolling hills. Outfitters at Adventure Life offer tours through the area’s scenic landscapes, focusing on the 'estancias'...” Want to horseback ride through Uruguay? See the trip details here.
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On this Antarctica cruise, skip the Drake Passage crossing and fly instead

Published: March 24, 2015
By: Mary Forgione

"Epeditions to Antarctica usually begin with a tough crossing of the Drake Passage...It can be a perilous crossing that passengers dread, but it doesn't have to be that way. Tour company Adventure Life organizes expeditions that let passengers skip the crossing and fly instead - saving time and a white-knuckle trip." The Antarctica Air Cruise is a great option for travelers!

Where To Go When: Spring 2015

Published: March 18, 2015

"April is the final month of the dry season in Nicaragua, making it the ideal time to head off for an outdoor adventure in the country’s rainforests and mountains...travellers looking for a trip that is affordable and off the beaten path are urged to go now before it’s too late." See the details of the Discover Nicaragua.

Put a Pin In It!

Published: March 16, 2015
By: Debbie Stone

"Getting to the Great White Continent is an adventure in itself...I booked my cruise with Adventure Life because of its reputation in the industry for working with top polar voyage leaders..." See the details of Debbie'sAntarctic Explorer expedition.

Active, Multi-Sport Adventure In the Galapagos

By: Don Mankin

Are you active? Do you love to travel? Are you over 50? Don Mankin's adventures in the Galapagos may just inspire you to GO! Find all the details of the Adventure Life Galapagos Multisport trip here.

Peru's Other Lost City

Published: March 5, 2015
By: Cynthia Kane

BBC recommends Adventure Life's Choquequirao trek as an off-the-beaten-path destination that has so much to offer travelers. The article explains, "It makes sense, then, that Choquequirao draws only about 30 people a day...Compare that to the 2,500 people who arrive each day at the famed Incan city of Machu Picchu. But for those who make the strenuous journey, the rewards are plentiful..." See the details of the Choquequirao Trek.

The Other Machu Picchu

Published: February 3, 2015
By: Andrew Bydlon

Choquequirao is in the news AGAIN! Backpacker recognizes the urgency of visiting this special site. "...the best way to see Peru’s 15th-century Incan ruins without the crowds is on a four-day out-and-back to the Choquequirao settlement, an old Incan bastion of stone temples and structures atop a truncated hilltop. But there’s a catch: You have to do it within the next year or so..." See the details of our Choquequirao Trek.
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This Week's Best Travel Bargains From Around the Globe

Published: January 29, 2015
By: Andrea Sachs & Carol Sottili

Adventure Life's Arctic trip on the Rembrandt Van Rijn was mentioned in this Washington Post article.

Update Your Passport and Tune Up Your Bike

Published: January 28, 2015
By: Jennifer Olson

"Get to know China just how you prefer getting to know any part of the world: by bike, trail, and boat...This Adventure-Life trip is a great way to explore China’s diversity, challenge yourself, and encounter the people and lifestyle of various ethnic groups found in China." See the details of this trip here.

Best Mexico Honeymoon Vacations

Published: January 13, 2015
By: VacationIdea Staff

Check out Adventure Life's "Baja's Whale Bounty" cruise featured in Vacation Ideas Magazine. The article states, "While you explore Baja California on your honeymoon, you will get a chance to snorkel, go on scenic hikes, kayak and have romantic picnics on the beach." See the details of this trip here.

Fusion Safaris: Top 12 Fitness And Food Vacations For 2015

Published: January 6, 2015
By: Katie Foote

"Food loving travelers, rejoice! If you want a guilt-free way to enjoy the best wines, seafood and regional cuisine around the world, chose from these food-fitness safaris, active trips that will have you burning calories without even realizing it." Enjoy food & activity on our Living Maya Experience tour.

Traveling to Cuba legally - just one of a few great travel ideas

Published: December 13, 2014
By: Amy Laughinghouse

"Although Choquequirao is of a similar scale and design as Machu Picchu, relatively few people have heard of these 15th century ruins nestled in the Salkantay Mountain Range...The journey is not for the faint of heart...If you're up for the challenge, Adventure Life offers a 12-day Choquequirao Trek and Machu Picchu tour.

Trams to boost tourism to Peruvian archaeological sites

Published: December 12, 2014
By: Bob Schulman

"Adventurous travelers who’d like to beat the crowds to the two ruins can see them before the trams open, thanks to trips offered by...Adventure Life." Learn more about the Chachapoyas Discovery tour and the Choquequirao Trek.

Visit Peru’s Kuelap fortress ruins before cable car arrives

Published: December 10, 2014
By: Jeanne Cooper

"A planned cable car to the fortress ruins of Kuelap, built by the Chachapoya in the northern Amazonas region, could bring thousands to the remote site. Consider going now with an outfitter such as Adventure Life, which leads a nine-day Chachapoyas Discovery tour.

Ecotourism in Pueblos Mancomunados

Published: November 3, 2014
By: Natalie Chudnovsky

"Travelers looking to immerse themselves in the flora and fauna of the Sierra Norte mountains (and strengthen their quads along the way) will enjoy the Oaxaca Hike and Bike tour from Adventure Life." Learn more here.

Wonder in the Hidden Mexico

Published: October 20, 2014
By: Irene Middleman Thomas

"My senses and memories reeling, when I boarded my return flight from Tuxtla Gutierrez, I felt very disoriented. My week in Chiapas was heady, thrilling, a total and rich escape from my modern everyday existence..." Read Irene's article here and learn more about these Mexico tours.


Making Everyday an Adventure

Published: September 22, 2014

"We’ve all had vacations or adventures that sparked the fantasy: 'If this were my job, I could do this every day.'...With Adventure Life...Brian Morgan converted that fantasy into a firm that's allowed him to pursue passion and profitability simultaneously." Adventure Life was chosen by Inc. & Staples as the featured small business for this inspirational video! Watch the video on the Inc. website or the Staples YouTube page.

Top Travel Agents in the West 2014

Published: August 26, 2014
By: Natalie Chudnovsky

Brian Morgan, Adventure Life CEO, is honored to be named one of the "Top Travel Agents in the West 2014" for Mexico, Central and South America! Visit Adventure Life here.
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How Tourism Can Save the Galapagos Islands

Published: July 24, 2014
By: Holly C. Corbett

“'I think the issue isn’t so much more visitors as it is more uneducated visitors,' says Jonathan Brunger, secretary on the board for the International Galapagos Tour Operators Association (IGTOA) and general manager of Adventure Life, a sustainable travel company that arranges trips to the region. 'The more the tourism industry here lowers its standards—such as by offering cheaper price points and making it easier to arrange travel on your own—the more you run the risk that the travelers themselves are not caring to book through responsible tour operators, but rather just going it alone.'" See Adventure Life's Galapagos tours.
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