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The Odysseys Blog

Announcing New Winter/Spring 2019 Dates for Select Small Group Tours

We’re excited to announce brand-new 2019 departure dates for many of our most popular tours, along with two entirely brand-new adventures!

A Deep Dive into the Frontier of Patagonia

We were happy to welcome E’Louise Ondash, a travel writer from southern California, on one of our recent Patagonian Frontiers trips. E’Louise documented her journey through a series of fascinating and informative articles, published online for The Coast News Group.

Tour Director Profile: Fernando Derqui, Spain & Portugal

Twenty years ago, Fernando Derqui’s wife (who was a tour director) asked him if he’d like to try his hand at leading a guided tour of his native Spain. A former marine biology student with an extensive knowledge of world history and culture, Fernando said yes – and opened the door to an entirely new career.

Absorb France’s Blend of Culture, Art, and Cuisine

Few countries boast a cultural reputation to rival that of France. From its earliest days as the Roman outpost of Gaul up through the present, France has enjoyed renown for its thinkers and architects, artists and musicians, and of course, its chefs.

Traveler Tips: Best Conversion Apps for Travel

You’ve done the hard part – packing, getting to the airport, taking a long flight, disembarking, and reuniting with your luggage. You are officially in-country, and ready to start exploring your destination. And doing so will be much easier if you’re prepared with a few handy mobile apps.

Top Tips for Responsible and Sustainable Travel

When we travel, we are reminded of the world’s astonishing diversity of cultures, landscapes, and people. And while travel broadens our horizons and introduces us to new experiences, it can sometimes come at an environmental and societal cost.

Never Be Lost in Translation Again With These Apps

Before you depart for a foreign country, you’ll likely brush up on the local language of your destination. The basics are a good place to start, with simple things like yes and no, please and thank you, and “which way to the best coffee shop” occupying space at the top of your must-learn lists.

Explore Sydney Like a Local

Sydney, Australia is one of the world’s great cities. With welcoming locals, a stunning harbor, excellent food, and beautiful scenery, the options on how to spend time there are overwhelming. Fortunately, the experts at Time Out Sydney have compiled a list of 50 things to do in Sydney at least once in your life.

Traveler Tips: How to Take Great Travel Photos

The phrase “take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints” is a well-worn traveler’s adage. And thanks to the art of photography, we’re able to capture lifetime memories that won’t fade over time. A great travel photo can transport us right back to the moment it was taken, conjuring up not just the sights, but the smells, sounds, and tastes of that special day.

Top Reasons to Visit Patagonia

There are few places in the world as rugged and remote as Patagonia. Sitting at the very tip of the South American continent, this unspoiled and sparsely populated region offers a haven to adventure seekers, nature lovers, and anyone looking for an experience unlike any they’ve ever had before.


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