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Single Traveler Wanted for July Untamed Borneo Adventure

Single Traveler Wanted for July Untamed Borneo Adventure
This wild Borneo adventure in Malaysia will delve into the last remnants of truly untamed tropical rainforests, a place teeming with some of the richest biodiversity on Earth, and to the Celebes Sea, a veritable underwater playground for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. We have a female traveler from Seattle in her late 30’s who’s hoping to connect with another adventurous woman to share a room on our July 30 – August 8, 2016 departure. Interested in seeing orangutans and need a travel companion? Please contact me if you would like details on joining this departure. Your friendly Borneo expert, Kelsey  Can't make this deparutre? Check out all of our trips to Borneo.  
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Single Traveler Wanted for February Tigers & Travels in India

Single Traveler Wanted for February Tigers & Travels in India
Our Tigers and Travels trip to India is an in-depth and comprehensive tour dedicated to the search for the elusive Bengal tiger and discovery of ancient civilizations out of which arose the contemporary cultural and spiritual fabric of modern India. We currently have an active, Seattle-area retiree looking for a female roommate to join her on our February 4-23, 2017 group departure which currently has four other confirmed travelers. If you're interested in joining this tour and avoiding a single supplement please contact me.  Don’t see what you are looking for here? Contact us about our other small-group departures with space available or to plan a custom trip. Your friendly India expert, Kelsey
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Dispatch from the African Bush: Zimbabwe

Dispatch from the African Bush: Zimbabwe
Greetings from the deep bush of Africa! My first week back in Africa has been a whirlwind tour through Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. I've visited lodges, seen an incredible amount of wildlife and met so many friendly and welcoming people. In the past five days I've scouted 13 different lodges and camps to help discover some new and authentic places for our travelers to stay and visit in Zimbabwe. Seeing all the properties we choose for our trips and meeting the people behind them has helped me understand why our safaris in Africa are award-winning.  My highlights have been close encounters with elephants drinking out of the swimming pool at Nehimba, stalking Cape Buffalo at Camelthorn, close viewing of a pair of cheetah before boarding the elephant express out of the park for my Zambia safari.    I'm currently ensconced at Chundukwa Lodge and being very well taken care of by the owners Gail and Doug. My...
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10 Patagonia Panoramas That Will Leave You Breathless

10 Patagonia Panoramas That Will Leave You Breathless

Let me start by saying Patagonia is by far the most beautiful place I have ever been and I have the photos to prove it! Here are 10 panoramas from my amazing hiking trips in Patagonia.

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Up for a walk in the clouds?

Up for a walk in the clouds?
Two weekends ago I had the opportunity to visit the Monteverde cloud forest in the north central part my homeland, Costa Rica. Without a doubt one of my favorite activities there is walking on the hanging bridges through the canopy of the tree tops. Sometimes called a "sky trek", the bridges give you the luxury of taking a walk high above the canopy floor to see close-up the incredible diversity of life in the treetops that just isn't visible from the ground. The hanging bridges allow travelers to explore at their own pace the vibrancy of the cloud forest canopy, and be able to take in the amazing panoramic vistas, the wildlife that call those trees home and the hundreds of species of trees that harmonize and unify to create an incredible collage of colors, aromas and views.  There are several in Costa Rica that I can highly recommend, but to...
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