Upon planning a trip to Italy, most individuals fill their itinerary with crowded cities or wineries showcasing the finest aged wine. While these account for a large portion of the country’s tourism due to their charming stature and gripping architecture, there is more to the country beyond these typical destinations. On our slower-paced walking tour through the regions of Sorrento and Amalfi, travelers can experience a mixture of hilly terrain and coastal views while also indulging in cultural tours giving a behind-the-scenes look at Italy as a whole.
If you want to feel the dizzying effects of the rising altitude leading you to one of the world’s New Seven Wonders of the World, taking a trek on the Inca Trail will fill this travel-sized hole in your heart. The country of Peru is a mystifying destination of its own, a home of influential culture, historical villages, and Inca construction, giving a much deeper meaning to the land’s storied past.
It’s no surprise that visiting a destination as unique as the Galapagos Islands would also entail a unique travel experience in order to experience them. Yet that very prospect awaits erstwhile travelers who come to this remote archipelago looking to immerse themselves in the varied natural wonders on display.
Ecuador has long been known as a premier destination for soft adventure. With a landscape ranging from towering volcanoes to steamy rain forest to island archipelagos, opportunities for meaningful interaction with its natural wonders are inevitable.
Halfway around the world for some and a short plane ride for a lucky few, Australia and New Zealand are two extremely diverse countries that promise unique travel experiences in the likes of kangaroos, fields of lupins, and covetable waves designed for surfing.
While embarking on a tour through Japan, visitors can anticipate encountering prominent shrines and temples in the daylight while tasting Tokyo’s nightlife in the midnight sky.
Europe has its cities of glitz and glamour that typically draw in crowds of tourists. From posh Paris to historical Rome to seaside villages, some locations are more notorious than others. Central Europe rarely gets the same amount of attention, yet its inherent magnetism and subtle culture become apparent to all those wishing to discover traditions and lifestyles that dig deeper than they first believed.