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Odysseys Unlimited employee David Shutoff, whose work involves creating some of our small group tours, recently took a busman’s holiday as he traveled on our “Africa’s Wildlife” tour for his vacation.  Check out the stunning photos from his trip in this blog post.

"The Last Frontier" ... "The Great Land" ... "Seward's Folly" ... Alaska's varied nicknames hint at the worlds of diversity contained within its borders. With a comprehensive new Alaska tour on our books, let's see how well you know the 49th state with an interactive trivia game. Good luck!

“We traveled back to 13th century Portugal and Spain without having to step foot in a time machine…” opens a blog post written by Karen Kuzsel (Wagner), who recently joined our “Paradores & Pousadas” small group tour.  Throughout the 15-day tour through Portugal and Spain, Karen had many incredible experiences and she has been kind enough to share with us her four blog posts.

Looking to save money while shopping in Europe? Take advantage of the European VAT refund and kiss those pesky taxes goodbye. 

High above the canals and dikes of Amsterdam sits a lovely cafe, hidden in plain sight, on the top floor of the Amsterdam Public Library.

Ready to become an expert in avoiding long lines at airports? Dive into your one-stop shop for any and all questions on Global Entry, TSA PreCheck, and Mobile Passport.

Below are the answers to some basic questions about passports, government-issued IDs, and the REAL ID security program.

Sometimes, the best way to experience a new destination is to gain a different perspective. Check out some of the fascinating methods of local transport we use to see beloved destinations from above.

Local transportation is one of the best ways to learn about a new culture. From scenic rail journeys to exciting rickshaw rides through bustling markets, here are some of the unique transportation experiences you'll find on an Odysseys Unlimited tour.

Colombia has long been known for its excellent coffee. One New York Times journalist traveled to the steep slopes of the Andes for an intimate look at the people behind these highly coveted beans.

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