Adventure Travel Blogging

This Safari is Making a Real Difference in Zimbabwe

The safari that has it all
In 2019 we launched our inaugural Water for Hwange Conservation Safari in Zimbabwe with the dual aim of making a positive difference in a country we love and having an amazing experience while doing so. It turned out to be our most popular safari of the year and sold out in only a matter of weeks. This one-of-a-kind safari has it all: meaningful co...
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Make Your Next Adventure More Romantic

How to make Your Next Adventure More Romantic
Adventure travel is the perfect domain for romance, intimacy, and connection. Anne and I have been on a rhumba around the world for over 30 years and have some suggestions guaranteed to make your next twosome a journey full of enchanting memories to last a lifetime together. The planning and anticipation of our next adventures (right now ...
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Machu Picchu is Plastic Free

Machu Picchu is Plastic Free
As of December 18, 2019, it is forbidden to enter the archaeological site of Machu Picchu with non-reusable plastics.  While the impressive magnetism of Machu Picchu can very often lead us to forget mundane things, we cannot forget to protect this marvel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site from the perils of pollution. The first step is to redu...
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2020 Staff Picks - The Trips We're Excited About

If your New Year's resolution is not to just travel but to be immersed in a destination, have authentic cross-cultural interactions and experience nature on a grand scale then our 2020 staff picks should be your first step to crossing that goal off your list. Wildland Adventures has spent the last 30 years curating custom adventures that ...
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Travel is Getting More Adventurous | A Closer Look #21

Travel is getting more adventurous
If 2019 is any predictor of the future of adventure travel, disruptions from climate change, global social movements, and chaotic change in the airline industry are becoming the new norm. Just last month during Thanksgiving a "bomb cyclone" in the Northwest and paralyzing storms in the east combined with protests and airline strikes ...
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