Bring Your Wish List to Life Posted March 26, 2018
Through years of travel, discussion, and research, you likely have a good handle on your ultimate travel wish list – those few destinations that you absolutely must visit. And whether your dream trip lies close to home or on the other side of the globe, our small group tours may be just the way to turn those dreams into a reality.
Read on for the lowdown on a few of our best-loved tours, and click through to explore the tour in its entirety.
Despite its name, Iceland has become a hot destination in recent years, and it’s easy to see why. It’s a surprising, even astonishing land; one of massive glaciers and rumbling volcanoes, bubbling mud holes and powerful waterfalls; hugely abundant bird life and just 300,000 people; and where the sun never sets for six splendid weeks.
Japan’s beauty, tradition, and culture astound all who visit, as does the juxtaposition of its hyper-modern cities with the revered, ancient temples and pagodas of days gone by. You’ll find a land of delicate art and bustling commerce, of rich traditions and dizzying modernity; a jumble of sights, sounds, and tastes that for visitors are truly foreign – and truly fascinating.
Classic Safari: Kenya & Tanzania
“On safari” … it’s one of the most alluring phrases in all of travel. And Kenya and Tanzania count among the most alluring places to be “on safari,” as you’ll enjoy a multitude of guided game drives, opportunities to spot Africa’s Big 5 (elephant, buffalo, rhino, lion, and leopard), and stays at deluxe lodges.
If you’re dreaming of somewhere close to home, but still want to experience something brand new, Alaska is the ideal trip. With Denali, Wrangell-St. Elias, and Kenai Fjords national parks, the energetic capital of Anchorage and scenic Seward, you’ll get your fill of adventure without leaving the U.S.
Machu Picchu to the Galapagos
Two of South America’s most treasured destinations come alive on one tour, as you can visit Peru’s enigmatic ruin of Machu Picchu before spending four nights in the biological treasure trove of the Galapagos Islands. Neither site needs any introduction, and both are not to be missed.