Month: November 2013

How to Find the Right Shoe for Your Walking Adventure

A walking tour, whether independent or guided, is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in the destination when you travel. You’ll meet people, get up close to the scenery, and you’ll also keep your blood moving enough to justify all the delicious foods you’ll want to sample while you’re abroad. Of course there’s one item that can make or break your walking trip, one thing that can make…

Traveling Solo? Consider a Guided Walking Tour!

Independent travel can lead to some truly astounding experiences. It may be a challenge at first to build up the courage to travel overseas by yourself, but once you do it, you’ll learn so much about the place you visit and about yourself, you’re sure to be hooked! Not only are you more likely to make new friends when you travel by yourself, you’re also more likely to open yourself…

3 Terrific Trips for Birders

If you’re the kind of traveler who never goes far without a pair of binoculars on hand, in case something of ornithological interest should pop up, then a walking trip should most certainly be on your travel agenda. There is really no better way to see new species of birds than by walking through the countryside with your eyes and ears open to discovery. Nearly all of our walking trips…

How to Train for Your Cycling Tour

Cycling is a wonderful way to get an up-close experience when you’re traveling abroad. You get close to the people and the places, and in many parts of the world, your bicycle can become a point of conversation with locals. In Europe in particular, many of our travelers tell us they engage in many pleasant conversations with people who think it’s terrific to see tourists seeing the countryside on bikes.…