Author: Amanda DiSilvestro

Summer Series on Purposeful Travel: Kenya & Alaska

We’ll begin our series on purposeful travel with a focus on two of our most popular destinations this summer – Alaska and Kenya. While in literally polar opposite geographic parts of the globe, these two destinations share a common thread of pristine natural environments that are under constant threat. Whether it’s human development or climate … Continued

7 Things You Must Do In Peru After Lockdown

As the world enters yet another week of lockdown, the prospect of embarking on an overseas expedition may seem bleak. Though travel could be out of the question for a while yet, this may just be the perfect time to do some research about the hidden wonders of our world – and hatch your master-plan … Continued

[WEBINAR] Sunset Happy Hour Featuring Mexico!

Episode #3 Featuring our partner in Oaxaca, Mexico, Rodolfo This webinar launches a series where we speak with our guides in-country, in a relaxed environment, to discuss more about how their country is handling the pandemic specifically, and what this has meant for local businesses. The purpose of this webinar is not to sell you … Continued

[WEBINAR] Sunset Happy Hour Featuring Cuba!

Episode #2 Featuring our Cuban partner, Dayron. This webinar launches a series where we speak with our guides in-country, in a relaxed environment, to discuss more about how their country is handling the pandemic specifically, and what this has meant for local businesses. The purpose of this webinar is not to sell you future travel, … Continued

[WEBINAR] Sunset Happy Hour LIVE from Costa Rica!

Episode #1 Featuring our Costa Rican partner, Tara. Our first episode was a success! This webinar launches a series where we speak with our guides in-country, in a relaxed environment, to discuss more about how their country is handling the pandemic specifically, and what this has meant for local businesses. The purpose of this webinar … Continued

Why Is Cuba Filled with Classic Cars?

One of the first things you notice as you enter Havana is the colorful vintage cars that line the streets. The classic car is as much of a Cuban icon as cigars and Che Guevara and thrills tourists and locals. But why does Cuba have so many old cars? Explore the history of Cuba’s vintage … Continued