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Freewheeling Adventures
Bicycle, walk, or sea-kayak, privately or with small groups. Guided, self-guided, and customized options. Bike the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia. Walk the Amalfi coast. Do both in Iceland! Add to your bucket list! more...
2015 Japan Cherry Blossom Tours
Exploring the Best of Japan - The Essence of Spring tour will take you on a cultural and colorful journey through Japan's must see sights en route during perfect Cherry Blossom (Sakura) season. more...

Witness the Wildebeest Migration Spectacle and Africa's big 5 safari
Ecological Wilderness Adventure welcomes you to Tanzania for the great wildebeest migration and the big cats of the Serengeti, private guided tours, camping safaris, family safaris, birding tours, photographic safaris, flexible to suit your budget. more...
Oman Highlights
The Sultanate of Oman has so much to offer that it is hard to know where to begin. There are literally thousands of attractions in this country and the diversity of choice will make almost any length of holiday seem to short to take everything in... more...

Patagonia Travel Adventures
Brief text describing the company or offer: We offer well planned itineraries for independent travelers and custom group tours to Patagonia, Antarctica, and other regions of Argentina, Chile & Peru. If you love wildlife, exploring remote lands... more...
Wolves, Musk-ox, Autumn Colours & Northern Lights!
Join Great Canadian Wildlife Adventures in Canada's Far North to see the great caribou migration, wild wolves, musk-oxen, polar bears, autumn colours and fantastic displays of aurora borealis! more...

GuideHolland
Custom-made guided tours for individuals, families or small groups. Exploring history and heritage of the Netherlands with a walk, bicycle tour or private car. In Amsterdam or other historical Dutch town, and on the countryside. more...
Trek Kilimanjaro or Safari Tanzania with Zara Tours
Zara Tours is connected to the environment and communities of Tanzania. Not only do we work here, we raise our families here. We are sensitive to the interaction of our guuests and our world. Especially, we take responsibility for our client's safety very seriously. more...
New Jersey: Cape May Seaside Victorian Village
Located at the southern-most tip of the Jersey Cape, below the Mason-Dixon line, the historic seaside Victorian town of Cape May is the jewel in the crown of the New Jersey Shore. Once home to the summer White House, it is the nation’s oldest seashore resort and is on the national Register of Historic Places... more...
Curacao: Kura Hulanda Museum And Hotel
Located just off the northern coast of Venezuela, Curacao (pronounced "kur-ah-sow") is part of the ABC Islands chain - Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao - which in turn is part of the Netherlands. Curacao is probably best known for its namesake Valencia orange liquour that comes in a rainbow of colors, for its... more...

A Wild Time At Safari West In California’s Wine Country
I am falling asleep to the exotic calls of wild animals from the comfort of an authentic safari bush tent. But I am not in Africa. I am about 65 miles north of San Francisco at Safari West in Santa Rosa. Yes. Santa Rosa--the only place in North America where you will find such accommodations. And there are plenty of animals... more...
London: Family Fun In Harry Potter-land
With all the current hoopla about Harry Potter, this is the perfect time to embrace the windfall and head to the land where it all started. Take your kids to London. Now. To pique their interest, give your kids a get-in-the-mood holiday gift of a book in the best-selling series, and perhaps also a DVD copy of "Harry Potter... more...

Something for Everyone in Island Paradise
Looking for a good night's sleep? Instead of buying that new mattress you've been thinking about, perhaps you should instead sock the money into a vacation at the deluxe Cambridge Beaches resort in Bermuda. You'll fall asleep to the song of singing frogs, awaken to a cheery call of "Room service"... more...
Become a Savvy Traveller
The Duomo in Milan. At first site, the size alone overwhelms the senses. As you draw closer, colossal figures fill all space and block the sky. Magnificent doors draw you with anticipation into cool darkness, and suddenly everything wonderful surrounds you. Stained glass and flying buttresses, stone and jewels... more...

To Machu Picchu by Orient Express
There are times for roughing it and times for not. Peru, with its Third World plumbing, is one of those places where a comfortable hotel room is greatly prized. I've heard about freezing temperatures at some of the less expensive hotels in densely populated Cuzco and more primitive Aguas Calientes. Bear in mind... more...
Malta: Ancient Home to Goddesses and Fertility Cults
Nowhere on earth did a Goddess ever reign as she did in Malta. Architect Richard England explains the Maltese temples themselves as the personification of the Earth Mother, with floor plans which echo abundant maternal curves. One can easily imagine the concept of entering the "womb" of the temple for communion... more...