Explore the World Heritage sites of Moscow and St. Petersburg
8-Days Patagonia Trekking Adventure World famous trekking awaits in Torres del Paine National Park – Chile. Each valley, peak, and pass hides its own treasures; be it hanging glaciers, vast pampas, twisted metamorphic rock or ice blue streams. No two days will be the same on this spectacular and perhaps most scenic trek on the…
You’ll be hiking a 32-mile “best of” section of the AT over 4-days featuring spectacular vistas and well situated rusted full-service cabins and lodges.
Israel, Palestine and Jordan: A captivating landscape and epic destination known collectively as “The Holy Land.” Rich in cultural, historical and archeological heritage, and the center of the three Abrahamic faiths, this region celebrates more than 5,000 years of diverse human history.
We’ll be hiking a 32-mile “best of” section of the AT over 4-days featuring spectacular vistas and well situated rusted full-service cabins and lodges.
Bike ride through the Florida Keys from Key Largo to Key West on the 90-mile flat terrain Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail.
South Dakota offers dynamic scenery and iconic national landmarks, and it should be high on your adventure list if you haven’t already been.
In upstate New York, the Finger Lakes region brings together two fabulous experiences for an active traveler who likes a tasting reward at the end of a hike – numerous trails that lead to waterfalls (literally hundreds of them!) and a wine region with lots of vineyards for tastings.
Experience all the best adventure this lush and beautiful country has to offer; including white water rafting, zip-lining through a rainforest and hiking through several unique ecological zones on Costa Rica’s tallest mountain - Mt. Chirripo!
I have crafted a self-guided 9-day adventure from Sarria to Santiago, replicating what we did. You’ll stay in the charming and rustic hotels and have your luggage transferred each day. You'll receive good maps and directions, and also have an emergency contact number while you’re in Spain walking the Camino de Santiago.
For history buffs, and/or lovers of all things Roman, there’s one that stands out from all the rest and it’s called The Hadrian’s Wall Path – an 84 mile coast-to-coast trail in northern England that follows an ancient Roman wall that was built in AD122 by the Roman emperor Hadrian