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It's Giving Tuesday! WIN an Ipad Let's talk travel! Last week we shared a list of some handy questions to get the family talking about travel at Thanksgiving. You might have talked about how awesome a Galapagos Adventure Cruise with the whole family would be or maybe it was planning a romantic trip to Belize, a safari in South Africa with friends or an exciting adventure in Patagonia. Whatever it was, we'd love to hear about your future travel plans and dreams. Fill out our survey and be entered to win a 32GB Ipad Mini 2. And since it's all about giving thanks, for every survey completed we'll make a donation to Doctors Without Borders. keeping it wild, Wildland Adventures...
May 16 Travel Seminar: Galapagos for the Holiday Season May 16 @ 10:00 AM - The Savvy Traveler (Edmonds, WA) will be hosting a travel seminar on finding the perfect trip to the Galapagos for the holidays presented by Wildland Adventures Galapagos expert Sherry Howland. More about the event:  What are you doing for Christmas in 2015? How about New Years Eve? Yes, I know those dates seem a lifetime away. Now. But the Galapagos Islands and Ecuador rank at the top of Wildland Adventures’ most popular holiday destinations. And why not? The weather is perfect – 65-80* and only a trace of rain, the iconic wildlife is in mating or hatching season, with lots of activity on every island, the kayaking and snorkeling are at their best, and the gorgeous UNESCO World Heritage city of Quito is decked out in beautiful holiday attire and celebrations. We sold out of ALL of our holiday space for December 2014 by the...
India Tourist Visa Enabled with Online Advance Application The once time consuming and complicated India visa process has been scrapped!! Whereas, until now, you had to send your passport to a visa service processor, U.S. citizens, and others, can simply apply for an Indian visa within 30 days of departure.    The advance online visa application will facilitate nationals of 43 countries to travel to India for tourism for a maximum stay of 30 days. The countries are USA and Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Cook Islands, Djibouti, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Finland, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kingdom of Tongo, Laos, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Mexico, Myanmar, New Zealand, Niue, Norway, Oman, Palestine, Papua & New Guinea, Philippines, Republic of Kiribati, Republic of Korea (i.e. South Korea), Republic of Marshall Islands, Republic of Nauru, Republic of Palau, Russia, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Tuvalu, UAE, Ukraine, and Vanuatu.     You now apply for an Indian Visa from you...

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Talk travel around the table this Thanksgiving What to talk about at Thanksgiving First off, Happy Thanksgiving! This holiday, before the kids leave the table or the guests turn on the game, start the conversation with something everyone loves to talk about...TRAVEL! We've put together a list of some handy questions to get the family talking and to find out what you're looking for on your next adventure. Maybe you want to search for tigers in India or take the family on our new Far-Flung Family Adventure in Costa Rica. Either way, we'd love to hear you and your family's thoughts on the matter. Come back after dinner (and dessert!), share what you've learned by filling out our travel survey and be entered to win a 32GB Ipad Mini 2. And since it's all about giving thanks, for every survey completed we'll make a donation to Doctors Without Borders. Start the Conversation If we could go any...
Tremors For Real: Glowing Predatory Worms Found in Peruvian Amazon Its dark, the howler and capuchin monkeys are in the high branches of the canopy turning in for the night, night birds are singing their songs across the oxbow lakes, the tapirs are feasting at their clay licks and the caiman are slowly starting to come out to feed: nighttime in the Tambopata rainforest and what Jeff Cremer, wildlife photographer, was setting out to attempt to capture on film. What he did not expect, was what he found around the bend on one of the numerous jungle paths this particular evening; embedded in a dirt wall, Jeff came face to face with multiple glowing, green spots luring him in towards them-a type of larva. Never having encountered anything quite like this, he took several photos of the strange phenomenon. What exactly were these bizarre and alluring species beckoning to him in the black of night in the Amazonas? Calling in...
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