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7 Tips for Fun-filled and Fulfilling Family Adventures 1. Local Walks and Village Visits: Following local footpaths through villages and farmlands opens windows to family life far different from our own. Include some walking and hiking out of the vehicle on local footpaths to explore a new land and meet people of different cultures.  2. Fun and Enriching Experiences for Everyone in the Family: A family vacation should engage each member of the family in fun and enriching experiences, which may mean something different to each family member. Therefore, ather all the family around the kitchen table (or your family computer) when planning your Wildland Adventure so that everyone’s interests and ideas are included and even young participants have something fun to look forward too.  3. Guides as Parents: Our trip leaders are family friendly and child-oriented. Our best guides for family trips are often parents themselves or teachers who are familiar with young minds so they can deliver...
Travel Seminars: Wines & Adventures in Africa & Argentina March 29, 2014 at 1 pm - The Savvy Traveler (Edmonds, WA) will be hosting a travel seminar on Wines & Adventures in Africa & Argentina. About the event: Join Wildland Adventures Directors Kurt and Anne Kutay, with local wine experts, Ruth and David Arista, proprietors of Arista Wine Cellars, Edmonds, WA for this fun and exciting program about special wine and wildlife adventures in Argentina and Southern Africa. We will share images and stories of our wine and culinary adventures with a local group of travelers to Mendoza and Northwest Argentina in 2013, a trip that is now available for other active travelers and aficionados of wine and cuisine . This presentation will be our first introduction and invitation to the local community for travelers interested in joining us on our Wine and Wildlife Safari to South Africa in 2015. On both of these hand-crafted culinary, cultural and wildlife...

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Our Family Trip to Turkey Our family trip to Turkey was the first group departure we have taken, and it turned out to be one of the best trips. The reason it was so great was because of the excellent itinerary that Wildland put together. The knowledgeable and flexible leader we had, and the inter dynamics of our small group of 4 families. Turkey turned out to be the perfect combination of sights, and experiences, learning and fun. Sleeping within site of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul and hearing the muezzins wake up call to prayer was just the beginning of a cultural immersion in a fascinating country that is the cross roads of many civilizations. Our kids studies were reinforced every day, as we saw with our own eyes the remains of the Greek/Roman/Ottoman/and more rule. Our leader had a graduate degree in anthropology, and better yet, she was a mother of a teen,...
February 8, 2014 at 1 pm - The Savvy Traveler (Edmonds, WA) will be hosting a travel seminar on The Wilds of Borneo and Indonesia presented by Wildland Adventures Indonesia and Borneo Program Director Jeff Stivers.  More about the event: Join Wildland Adventures program director Jeff Stivers as he presents the wonders of traveling in the untamed wilds of Borneo and sailing among the Lesser Sunda Islands on Indonesia in search of the Komodo Dragon. Jeff will share his recent explorations into the rainforests of the Malaysian state of Sabah, uncovering the largest flower in the world, encountering herds of Asian elephants, and meeting the man of the wild (Orangutan). Voyaging in classic yachts among active volcanoes and jungle-clad mountains, the islands of Indonesia are teeming with wildlife in beautiful national parks, and native villages with colorful markets and ancient tribal rituals. The coasts of Malaysia and Indonesia present world...

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I think that sometimes when traveling, we spend much of our time and attention on the grand adventure, looking through a camera lens trying to capture that perfect “National Geographic” shot. The older I’ve gotten and the more I travel, I have become increasingly fond of the small—and often unexpected—moments. For me, the small moments add a richness and another dimension to a trip, making it much more meaningful and memorable. There are no photos of the small moments—they are captured and stored in our hearts. Our last Wildland Adventure took us back to South America—to iconic places in Ecuador and Peru. Our ambitious itinerary included Quito, the Napo Wildlife Center in the Yasuni National Park, and the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador, and in Peru, the Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cusco, and Lima. A trip designed to fulfill lifelong goals and, from grand sites to small moments, the trip did...
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