​Frequently Asked Questions on New Cuba Travel Restrictions

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June 21, 2017  Trump's recent pronouncement to impose new restrictions on travel to Cuba will not have any consequential impact on our trips there. Although there will be a few hotels we may not be able to use any more, there are many other accommodations including small boutique properties we are already working with and many others under con...
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3 Great Opportunities for Travel to Africa in 2017-18

3 Great Opportunities for Travel to Africa in 2017-18
​2017 is shaping up to be a wild year for travel to Africa! From our Private Kenya Family Safari to our Ultimate Namibia Safari and nearly everywhere in between, I'm seeing great interest in the continent from first-time and repeat travelers alike. Below are three opportunities to consider right now so you don't miss out on your safari in Africa. ​...
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April 29: Colorful Cuba

April 29: Colorful Cuba
For Americans, Cuba occupies a mysterious and complex place in the lexicon of our cultural and political history. Once beloved as a socialite playground, the Havana high life of the early 20th Century gave rise to the Communist revolution prompting an enduring embargo for generations. Wildland Adventures founders, Kurt and Anne Kutay, arrived in Cu...
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Top Five Travel Tips for Female Travelers

Top Five Travel Tips for Female Travelers
We asked the women of Wildland Adventures to share their special considerations for when they take a journey to lands far and near. Each had something unique to share that could enhance a journey for anyone, not only women, anywhere. Rachael Garret, Vice President Operations: "I always keep my passport and 'main' money well-hidden and have only wha...
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Women of Wildland Talk Travel – Part 1 in a series

Women of Wildland Talk Travel – Part 1 in a series
Wildland Adventures was founded on the principle of travel being a force for good in this world –this is true not just for the communities that we visit and the natural spaces we journey through, but for our travelers as well. Being a single traveler should not impede your ability to grow, transform, and experience new lands so Wildland’s  women’s trips  are designed to help wild ladies sync up with like-minded companions and explore the world. The women who work here at Wildland each have stories about how travel has transformed them and we’ll be sharing these in order to inspire you to set out on your own adventure – with friends or without! Grettel Calderon is Wildland’s Latin America Program Director and she knows how travel can change you at your core. “In 2010 I took a journey to Rwanda and Tanzania, and was a part of a small...
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