Adventure Travel

The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.

~St. Augustine


Are you ready for Chapter 2?

How would we describe adventure travel?  One word:  authentic.  If you see yourself as wild at heart or if you want to take the road less traveled, you are an adventure traveler.

It is looking at travel in a new way, seeing the world, making new friends.  For some, adventure traveling is the true way to experience the cultures and meet the locals.  For others, adventure travel includes pushing your body to new limits.

One of the greatest things about traveling is that it expands your mind, and changes your outlook.  You can expose your children to new experiences and broaden their horizons.

“Why shouldn’t I just do it myself?  Using a qualified travel professional adds to your experience and saves you time and money.   We know the ins and outs of the industry and can steer you clear of pitfalls.  We can also save you on average between 30 to 50 hours of research.  You let us know what you want and we’ll navigate the waters with you.

Climb the Andes, spot lions on an African Savannah, swim with whale sharks, follow jaguars in Brazil’s Pantanal or watch birds in exotic locations.  Hike or cycle your way through Europe, see the Northern Lights, white water raft the rivers of Costa Rica or snorkel the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia.  We will get you to truly unique destinations before the rest of the world catches up.

When getting there is half the fun.

Trips range from small group trips (these are not your typical passive bus tours) to individual accommodations

Here are some ideas, or simply fill out a request info form below.

Brazil:  See the Cities of Rio…  Carnival

Sao Paulo… 

Curitiba 3000 ft above sea level with influences from Gemany, Poland, the Ukraine, and other European countries….

UNESCO World Sites

The Atlantic Rainforest: Isolated from the Amazon, this forest along the coast of Brazil is ecologically distinct. This is a stunning mountainous area with fantastic wildlife.

The Pantanal: The largest freshwater wetland in the world!  Seasonally flooded wetland savanna/ ranch-land.  Widely considered the best wildlife spectacle in this hemisphere. Waterbirds, parrots, macaws, jaguar, tapir, giant river otters, capybara, caimans, monkeys, giant anteaters etc. Horseback riding, fishing, birding, boat rides. Stay on a working ranch, research facility.

Iquaza Falls: Protected by Argentinian and Brazilian national parks, Iquaza Falls are a must see natural water wonder.  In fact, they are a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.   Nearly twice as wide as Niagra Falls, the surrounding forest ecosystem is protected and beautiful.

Exotic Costa Rica:  Ecotourism. 

Belize: Is the up and coming place to see.  Stay on an eco lodge in the rainforest near the Macal River.  See the Mayan ruins of Tikal.  

Belize is also known for some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling in the western hemisphere, boasting the second largest corral reef in the world.  Swim seasonally with whale sharks and for a unique diving experience visit the Great Blue Hole, a submarine sinkhole that is 1000 ft across and 407 ft deep (visible from space).  Stay on an island resort that can only be accessed by boat.

Birding tours:

Example tours, fill out the request form below and we will be happy to get back to you.

Costa Rica Coast to Coast Adventure 

Fly into San Jose

19 seater plane (25 min flight) to Tortuguero, Caribbean Coast

Boat to ecolodge from the airstrip

Stay at Laguna or Tortuga Lodge & enjoy a rainforest river safari or two while there, even watch sea turtles hatch at the right time of year

Continue your stay in Costa Rica in the Arenal Volcano area

  • 3 nights lodging
  • breakfast
  • 2 dinners
  • Hot Springs
  • Zip lining
  • Rafting

Finally, end your Costa Rica adventure with time in the Guanacaste area on the Pacific Coast.  Swim, kayak, and snorkel in the Pacific Ocean before returning with memories to share.


Fly into Belize City

Stay at Black Rock Lodge:  an off the grid ecolodge surrounded by rainforest.  Pristine Macal River.  Over 200 species of bird are possible to be seen, including 3 species of toucan. 

  • Enjoy horseback riding, canoeing and tubing, birding, night hiking, caving, mountain biking, and more.
  • Visit Mayan ruins

Stay at one of Belize’s caye resorts.  Belize is known for some of the best diving and snorkeling in the western hemisphere.   Dive the Great Blue hole, and swim with whale sharks.


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