Why Visit Uganda?

Published on May 23, 2022

Uganda’s based Destination Management Company, Adventure Consults, shares with you 10 reasons why you should visit Uganda. Christened the Pearl of Africa, Uganda is known for its iconic wildlife that includes mountain gorillas and tree climbing lions, diverse cultures that make it a melting pot, endless…

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Immersive Adventures in Cartagena

Published on May 19, 2022

Colombian Journeys has launched two new local immersion experiences in Cartagena on the Caribbean coast — half-day adventures that revolve around food, music, soccer and home life. Colombian Home Visit 
Discover Cartagena’s rich Caribbean coastal as a local home opens its doors…

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So You Wanna Be a Famous Conservationist?

Published on May 18, 2022

The straight path to following in the footsteps of legendary conservationists like Jane Goodall, Jacques Cousteau and David Attenborough today would be to study biology, ecology, or wildlife conservation. But even without a university degree, you can get involved by signing up…

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Meet Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort’s Dive Instructor

Published on May 17, 2022

Meet Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort’s Dive Instructor Diving with Zambezi in Mozambique During a visit to Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort, guests are met by warm turquoise waters, a variety of sea life and unspoilt coral reef. Life on the island can be…

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Somewhere Boutique Hotel Vouliagmeni

Published on May 17, 2022

During my stay in the Athens Riviera, Pax More Greece, had me stay at one of their preferred boutique properties, the Somewhere Vouliagmeni. I really enjoyed my stay in this 11 room boutique hotel. The location is terrific and is well situated…

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Ecuador — A Paradise for Birdwatching

Published on May 13, 2022

To mention all bird species that can be seen in Ecuador would be a very difficult task. But as a reference, over 1,600 species of birds — including more than 125 species of hummingbird — have been recorded by ornithologists. With Quito…

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Navigating the North Atlantic on Seaventure

Published on May 10, 2022

Big news from Iceland ProCruises — starting in 2023, the 164-passenger Seaventure will undertake all of its voyages in Iceland and Greenland. Thanks to its special construction, the small ship is incredibly agile and maneuverable, able to change course effortlessly for rare…

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Hotel Spotlight: The Grand Hotel Punta del Este

Published on May 9, 2022

Framed by uninterrupted ocean views and a sleek, glass façade that shifts colors throughout the day as the sun moves across the sky, The Grand Hotel Punta del Este is an oasis of luxury, style and sophistication on Uruguay’s Atlantic coast. Overlooking…

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Water, Water Everywhere . . .

Published on May 4, 2022

That huge river flowing past the Anantara Royal Livingstone is the mighty Zambezi, one of Africa’s “Big Four” of legendary rivers along with the Nile, Congo and Niger. Here’s the lowdown on what makes the Zambezi so special and the various ways…

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Blazing New Paths in Patagonia

Published on May 3, 2022

Helping control erosion and improve hiking trail conditions in Torres del Paine National Park — as well as designing and constructing new trails — Las Torres Reserve has formed an alliance with three leading conservation groups to achieve these goals. “Hiking trails…

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Reykjavik’s Newest Hotspot — Hótel Ísland Comfort

Published on May 3, 2022

Opening its doors in May, Hótel Ísland Comfort is a new three-star hotel in the capital’s Kopavogur area with 47 fully loaded rooms for business and leisure travelers looking for a comfortable stay in the Reykjavik. Ísland Comfort offers standard singles, doubles,…

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Discover Cape Horn and the Chilean Antarctic

Published on April 29, 2022

Discover the end of the Earth on a cruise along the western edge of Tierra del Fuego that includes Cape Horn or a fly/cruise adventure from Punta Arenas to Chile’s Antarctic Territory. Horseback riding along the Beagle Channel, marveling at the subpolar…

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It’s (Bargain) Hunting Season in East Africa

Published on April 27, 2022

Guests who book a minimum of three nights at any Elewana Collection safari property in the Kenya or Tanzania bush and combine it with a three-night stay at Kilindi Zanzibar are entitled to a 25% discount on the Kilindi rates. This extraordinary…

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Tayrona — Colombia’s Caribbean Paradise

Published on April 25, 2022

Stretching from pristine Caribbean beaches to the coastal rainforest of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains, Tayrona is one of Colombia’s most diverse national parks when it comes to flora, fauna and visitor activities. Let Colombian Journeys plan a visit that…

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Greece is Even More Awesome Than Before

Published on April 25, 2022

I’m almost embarrassed to admit that I hadn’t been to Greece since 1984, during my backpacking through Europe days, when I stayed a couple of weeks on the Saronic Gulf islands. I’d forgotten how much I like the country until my recent…

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The Ultimate Maya Hotspot

Published on April 20, 2022

The sprawling ruins of Tikal National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site in the Guatemalan rainforest, is the ideal introduction to one of the world’s most fascinating civilizations. Why You Need to Go The Maya people figured out the stars, invented two…

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(Tom) Cruising in South Africa

Published on April 20, 2022

Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise is famous for roaming the world in search of adventurous new locations for his Missions Impossible movies. And it just so happens his latest shoot was in KwaZulu-Natal, not far from Babanango Game Reserve. According to a report…

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Joseph Chege, Gold Level Certified Guide at Tortilis Camp, Shares Why He Loves His Work

Published on April 20, 2022

We had a chat with Joseph Chege, Gold Level Certified Guide at Tortilis Camp, to learn more about why he loves his work, what his daily routine is like, what it takes to reach gold-level certification and more. What do you love…

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Top 5 Reasons to Go on Safari in the Off Season

Published on April 19, 2022

Traditionally considered the low season, April, May, and June are typically a bit rainier and wetter, thus known as the ‘green season’. While in the past it has been considered an unfavorable time to safari due to the challenges with game viewing,…

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Galapagos: The Perfect Family Vacation?

Published on April 15, 2022

With summer vacation just around the corner, it’s time to think about taking the kids on the vacation of a lifetime in the Galapagos Islands. Let Enchanted guide the way with a family sail on the 16-passenger Nemo III. The 72-foot catamaran…

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