Australia is often a “bucket list” travel destination for my clients but they keep putting it off! “Maybe one day…” or “Someday I’d like to…” are some of the phrases they send me. I’m here to encourage you to stop thinking of Australia as a “someday” destination and urge you to make it a “this year” destination. Sure, the flight is long (let’s talk about the elephant in the room!) but once you’re there, you will fall in love with Australia and want to return again and again. I’ve helped clients plan trips to Australia with a variety of travel styles: a luxury train trip across the country, a self-drive itinerary, a romantic honeymoon focused on relaxation and wine-tasting, and an animal lover’s route to some of the best kangaroo destinations!
We spent the day exploring Prince William Sound, found a young female whale feeding, spotted a rare Golden Eagle, photographed lots of birds, raced dolphins in the water, saw many families of sea otters, and got to see Cascade Glacier calving. The small boat got us so much closer to the glaciers than any large cruise ship could – I highly recommend a Lazy Otters Charter day cruise!
Morocco was one of my favorite trips in all of 2018 and I already have plans to return. I’ve also sent many clients to Morocco, including honeymooners, and I definitely thought it was a very romantic, adventurous location after I visited it for myself. Here’s how I managed to blend cities, mountains, beach, and culture into one trip!
What’s it like taking the bus between Marrakesh and Essaouira in Morocco? Here are some insider tips to make this comfortable journey just a bit easier!
If Glacier National Park is on your bucket list, you’re not alone – thousands flock to Northwestern Montana every year between spring and fall to explore the glacier-carved lakes and valley. While less than 30 actual glaciers remain, the soaring mountains and sparkling lakes are enough to leave a last impression in your mind. If […]
The Waterfall Route is a series of 7 different waterfalls along the way, ending with Pailon del Diablo (the Devil’s Cauldron), a world famous series of three waterfalls set in a beautiful gorge. If you’ve brave (and flexible!) you can clamber through a series of smaller staircases (aka tunnels – we had to crouch to get through!) to get very close to the top of the falls for a more up close view.
3 nights in Prague, 3 nights in Budapest, 1 night in Zagreb , [12 day G-Adventures tour], 3 nights in Dubrovnik. Includes:
-10 hotel nights, -First class train tickets between cities; -Food tour in Prague; -Food tour in Budapest; -Geopark Bohemian Paradise hiking excursion from Prague; -Dinner cruise on the Danube in Budapest; -Cycling and kayaking in Dubvrovnik
If you’ve asked me to surprise you with a vacation suggestion, you know that I am obsessed with Rocky Mountaineer. I have never had a client who did not come back raving from their experience with Rocky Mountaineer. Here are several reasons why you should book your next luxury vacation with them!
I submitted these ten travel tips a few years ago to a Twitter account that contacted me asking for advice. I recently found them on my computer, and realized I should share them with my readers too! Here we go…
I often have clients say to me, “I’d love to visit Alaska, but I don’t like boats.” As the conversation progresses, I then realize that because of the over-marketing of cruise ships, many clients don’t realize that there are other ways to visit Alaska! In this article, we’ll discuss cruises, land tours, cruisetours, rail, and self-drive trips to Alaska.