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Travel Seminars: Adventures in the Andes and Amazon of Peru October 25, 2014 at 10am - The Savvy Traveler (Edmonds, WA) will be hosting a travel seminar on Adventures in the Andes and Amazon of Peru presented by Wildland Adventures Peru specialist Gretchen Traut. About the event: Discover the possibilities for exploration and personal discovery in the diverse lands of the Peruvian Andes and Amazon. We venture beyond well trodden routes to experience the simple rhythms of daily life, the mystical and sublime, traveling by a multitude of means that fit your style and budget. We'll explore the variety of options for visiting Machu Picchu whether by trekking the Inca Trail or riding the train. Then we'll travel by land over the Andes and by dugout canoe through the Amazon into Manu National Park, home of the most biologically diverse rain forests on earth. Wildland Adventures Peru specialist Gretchen Traut will share how we experience popular areas away from the hoards...
Travel Seminars: The Best of Eastern and Southern Africa November 8, 2014 at 10am - The Savvy Traveler (Edmonds, WA) will be hosting a travel seminar on The Best of Eastern and Southern Africa presented by Wildland Adventures Africa specialist Jeff Stivers. About the event: Planning your African safari? Trying to decide which countries, destinations, parks and style of safari are right for you? Wildland Adventures Africa Program Director, Jeff Stivers, will share experiences, amazing images and practical details on African safaris. Including Kenya and Tanzania's Mara-Serengeti ecosystem, gorilla tracking in Uganda and Rwanda, explorations deep into the Okavango Delta, South Luangwa and Kruger National Parks, Zambia, Namibia and South Africa and the Kalahari of Botswana. Learn about the differences and major attractions that make each region special and the best ways to combine them including the range of accommodations that fit your travel style and budget from small mobile tent camps to intimate and luxurious safari ecolodges for individuals, small groups and families. Explore...
Returning to Nepal: the most fun we have had anywhere in this world Message from Wildland alumni after returning from a custom trip to India and Nepal, planned by our Asia expert Laura Finklestein: Dear Laura,   Debbie, Jesse and I returned home safely.  We have had some really great trips in our lives, but this was the best.  Outstanding, fantastic.  Despite the ungodly heat and monsoon rains, we never had a better time.  Everything was seamless without any aggravation or confusion.   Your itinerary was perfect as regards what we wanted to see... There was always cold bottled water on hand.  If we wanted some "street food" the guides knew where to go and we NEVER got sick.   All of the guides and drivers were helpful and the guides were extremely knowledgeable.  Having travelled to India and Nepal many years ago, I was afraid that the trip might be "too sanitized" and my family would not experience the real India.  The...
From an Expert: Five Tips for Booking Last Minute Airfare Guest Blog from Isaac Hilpman, Director of Partner Accounts at Exito Travel.  As a travel professional specializing in international airfare I am often asked for advice about purchasing last minute tickets. So while the only guarantee with airfare is that it is going to change, here are some suggestions for my fellow travelers. Tip #1: Don’t do it! Waiting until the last minute to book flights is a big mistake if you want ideal routings and inexpensive fares. Airfare is based on availability. Generally speaking, the closer one is to their date of departure the fuller the flights and thus the higher the price. Additionally, the airlines have what are referred to as advanced purchase requirements. These requirements state that tickets must be purchased fourteen to fifty days prior to departure for the best rates in a given market. A massive airfare consolidator recently analyzed more than four million flights booked...

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Having a great time in Turkey We love getting little notes from our travelers while they are still on their trip! Laura, Jan and I are having a great time in Turkey. Our guides have all been very professional, as well as friendly; the food has been delicious at all the restaurants they've selected, and the sights have been splendid. I don't want to forget to add that the hotels have all been really special. Dave and Jan are traveling on our Highlights of Turkey Adventure Photo is of Jan and their Turkey guide Deniz Killic...
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