Boston Globe Cruises Galapagos Islands with Adventure Life and Kids

The Boston Globe recently featured a family cruise of the Galapagos Islands planned with the help of Adventure Life. When Globe correspondent Anthony Flint attended a large conference in Quito, Ecuador, he extended the trip by booking a cruise to the wildlife-rich archipelago with his wife and two sons, ages 8 and 12. With “a series of branching decisions to be made” planning the trip, he turned to Adventure Life. “In doing so a lot of questions got answered in short order,” he wrote. Read the Boston Globe...
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Fireside Resort Highlighted as Suite Spot by San Francisco Chronicle

Fireside Resort near Jackson, Wyoming, and its Wheelhaus cabins recently was highlighted as a Suite Spot by the San Francisco Chronicle. The eight-acre wooded resort, which is minutes from skiing at Teton Village and from Grand Teton National Park, has “25 pint-size, luxuriously outfitted units” designed by Wheelhaus that allow visitors to test-drive “tiny house” living. Among those available are Wheelhaus’ new new 200-square-foot Kamp Cabins, which have queen-size beds and are ideal for one to two people. Read the San Francisco Chronicle...
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TDA Global Cycling Pub Ride on Conde Nast Traveler, Lonely Planet

TDA Global Cycling’s new Pub Ride tour has been featured by Conde Nast Traveler, Lonely Planet and several other outlets. Of the five-week, 1,600-mile bike tour, Lonely Planet said, “Cyclists will stop in some of the most famous beer destinations in Europe, heading through the countryside, villages and capitals of countries like Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, England, France, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark.” Conde Nast Traveler noted, “This is actually the second Pub Tour the company is offering, after the first one, which leaves three days earlier and follows the same route, sold out in under two weeks.” Read the Conde Nast Traveler story. Read the Lonely Planet...
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Men’s Journal Highlights Nicaragua Volcanoes with Adventure Life

The Men’s Journal website recently highlighted volcano adventures around the world, including Adventure Life’s Best of Nicaragua trip. The trip includes outings to the Masaya and Mombacho volcanoes, which have trails offering views of craters and a cloud forest. “Masaya is a complex volcano with 12 miles of trails around its various calderas and craters, with fields of petrified lava to hike around and places to safely peer into the crater,” wrote Adrienne Jordan. “Twenty-four miles away, the Mombacho stratovolcano, which last erupted in 1570, has five miles of trails that lead up to a small biological station nestled in a cloud forest.” Read the Men’s Journal...
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Chicago Tribune Highlights MIR Corporation, TDA Global Cycling Trips

A recent article in the Chicago Tribune travel section featured new trips to Mongolia and Canada by MIR Corporation and TDA Global Cycling. The 16-day rail tour of Mongolia, Siberia and Western Russia “offers the opportunity to view landscapes as varied as forests and storied Lake Baikal and the chance to experience the cultures of the Mongols, Buryat and Russians,” Phil Marty wrote. TDA Global Cycling’s three-month Oh, Canada! tour “is in honor of Canada’s 150th anniversary and spans 5,500 miles across our neighbor to the north.” Read the Chicago Tribune...
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Cowboys & Indians Magazine Visits Red Reflet Ranch in Wyoming

Cowboys & Indians magazine recently highlighted the horseback activities available at Red Reflet Ranch in Ten Sleep, Wyoming. Set in the red Chugwater rock formation, the 30,000-acre guest ranch has miles of trails – some designed for hiking, some for ATVs, but riding horses is the most popular activity. Writer Victoria Mechler noted that the ranch offers more than just “nose-to-tail trail rides,” however. With the only indoor arena in the area, roping and barrel racing practice is possible, and guests receive one-on-one time with wranglers and rodeo champs. Chalets at the ranch include fully stocked kitchens for breakfast, while guests and ranch owners Bob and Laurence Kaplan gather in the main lodge for family-style meals and lively conversation at lunch and dinner. Read the Cowboys & Indians...
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