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Colombia Travel | What to see and do in the Coffee Region

A trip to Colombia's coffee zone is a must for any coffee, culture, or nature lover. Located high in the Andes mountains between Bogota, Cali, and Medellin, it produces some of the world's best coffee, as well as offering in-depth "crop to cup" experiences with coffee farmers, plantations, and baristas. I recently returned from exploring ...
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Explore the Galapagos with Dr. Jack Grove on the brand new Theory Yacht

A trip to the Galapagos Islands is remembered by all as a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The breathtaking ecology, natural history and amenities provided aboard a luxury yacht combine to make your journey truly unforgettable. I'm excited to share this brand new luxury yacht and a special marine biology sailing to make your trip even more amazing. I...
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Tanzania Review: "Slow down and savor every part of your experience!"

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The Reeds reached out to create a multi-generational safari combined with an exclusive extension to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Our  Serengeti Family Safari , with  Zanzibar and Pemba Island Extension  was the perfect fit for everyone! Check out some of their highlights and beautiful photos below. "Wildla...
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6 Ways to Travel Responsibly in an Age of Over-Tourism

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With some costs of travel decreasing and the ranks of middle-class travelers around the world increasing, international departures are skyrocketing, and popular parts of the planet are getting loved to death. The issue of tourism growth and management is often a complex one and it's important to take stock of how we can be part of the solution...
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Egypt Guest Review: A Journey Through Time and Civilizations

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Two of our intrepid Wildland travelers recently returned from our " Great Sites of Egypt by Dahabeya ," an in-depth exploration of this mythical country and the most iconic sites. As the seasoned travelers they are, they came back to the US with far more than photos of pyramids and tombs. They fully absorbed what this trip – ult...
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