Costa Rica

Posted on March 5th, 2013

We’ve explored beyond Costa Rica’s hotspots and found three areas that should be on your radar.

Quito’s New Airport Opens Tomorrow

Posted on February 19th, 2013

Effective Feb. 20, passengers will be taking off from and landing in Quito, Ecuador at the new Mariscal Sucre Airport, located 15 miles northeast of Quito in the Tababela parish.


Posted on February 6th, 2013

No one can say that GeoEx (aka Geographic Expeditions)—a 30-year-old travel company that continues to blaze new trails and create first-of-their-kind journeys to the ends of the earth—goes unrecognized in the burgeoning adventure travel marketplace.

The Kenya Formula

Posted on February 5th, 2013

This is the African destination for the high-end client looking for a truly experiential safari vacation.

Discover the Ruins of Copan in Honduras

Posted on January 23rd, 2013

On December 21, 2012, the 5,126-year-long Maya long-count calendar came to an end. For those who missed the ceremonies and celebrations at the royal Mayan complex of Copan, turn the calendar page to a new era of discovery.

Book a Whale-of-a-Sail with Cruceros Australis

Posted on January 22nd, 2013

It’s never too late to spot a whale, and there are many more of them in Chilean waters since the law to preserve these gigantic mammals went into effect 30 years ago. Strong in support of the conservation of whales and dolphins is cruise specialist Cruceros Australis, offering two special departures that focus on the observation of humpback whales in the Strait of Magellan

Central America

Posted on January 16th, 2013

About four million years ago, give or take a millennium, a fortunate collision of underwater continental places heaved up a great mass of stone, creating a steep and narrow isthmus separating the Pacific Ocean from the Caribbean Sea, linking the then-existing continents of North and South America.

Belize City

Posted on January 16th, 2013

There are good reasons for the saying: “It’s better in Belize.”

Liberia, Costa Rica

Posted on January 16th, 2013

With Liberia as second air service gateway from the U.S., it is much easier to tap into the Pacific pleasures of Guanacaste and its neighboring provinces, a corner that captures the majority of the beach-loving, surfing, and deep-sea fishing crowd.