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Endless Elbow Room

Like Julie Andrews in the opening of the Sound of Music with arms outstretched and twirling in an open field, there’s nothing I enjoy more than having a lot of room to myself. This is one reason I always prefer to travel to lesser-known sites and regions—there’s space to explore undisturbed and enjoy unobstructed views.  Blissfully, there still remain… Read More »

Bucket List Trips to Plan Now

While we understand that there is much uncertainty around the future of travel at this time, we’re sure you have a dream trip (or two) on your bucket list. Even given the current situation, people are eager to travel, and 2021 trips are already starting to fill at an unprecedented rate. If you’re not quite… Read More »

8 of the World's Most Beautiful Lakes

In the heat of the summer (it can get into the 90s here in Vermont), my family and I are so grateful for the little pond in our yard. While it may not be particularly grand, it is quintessential Vermont and perfect for a swim on a hot day. No matter how large or small,… Read More »

Sounds of the World

We rarely talk about the sounds that we encounter when traveling and how they may differ by or even define a destination. We highlight the other senses—views from the trail, the tastes of cuisine, the feeling of dirt beneath our feet, and the scent of pine or the ocean, but we don’t talk about what we… Read More »

Elephants on Botswana Custom Tour

7 unusual animals you've probably never heard of

As the person in the office who boasts the most pets (3 dogs and a cat), it came as no surprise to my co-workers that I wanted to write a post on animals. There are so many unusual animals out there in the world, I’ve picked out a few that just made me happy to know… Read More »

Cambodia Slideshow

Boundless Journeys in Cambodia Extend your Bhutan, Nepal, or Vietnam trip to explore the history, culture, and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor! Interested? Contact Kristen at 1-800-941-8010 or kristen@boundlessjourneys.com.

There's No App For This...

In this digital age, it’s easy to be an armchair traveler—browsing travel magazines on an iPad, scrolling through photos on social media, trying to market through themarketingheaven.com, or reading a blog on the newest undiscovered destination. But nothing replaces actually being there and experiencing a new culture, landscape, or activity! An app can’t leave you breathless… Read More »

8 Places to Go in October & November

October and November are great months to travel. It’s the shoulder season in many places, which means there are fewer crowds. These months also offer fabulous hiking weather—it’s not as hot as summer, but still warm enough (with the exception of Iceland!). Plus, there is usually plenty of sunshine and a refreshing breeze.  Tanzania in October The… Read More »

5 Ways to Add Slow Travel to Your Life

You may have heard the term Slow Travel, an offshoot of the Slow Movement, which began with Slow Food. All three are grounded in the notion that quality matters more than quantity. Slow Travel is not a mode of transportation, it’s a travel mindset that our staff and guides wholeheartedly support and champion in our… Read More »

Nepalese Buddhist stupa in the Himalayas

Video: Nepal Everest Lodge-to-Lodge Trek

Some say the sky-high Himalayan kingdom of Nepal brings you closer to nirvana. To be sure, the serenity of Nepal springs from Buddhist teachings. But it’s not just the elevation and peaceful ways that make your spirit soar. It’s the majestic and unforgettable beauty — snow-covered massifs tower over pristine alpine lakes and sweeping green… Read More »

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