Since moving here to Crete I’ve had the distinct feeling that Poseidon has been watching over our little family. This weekend the god of the oceans gently guided us to join the crew of a fantastic boat tour company, appropriately named, “Seaking Adventures.” Here’s our ship’s log of our journey to fantastic Thodorou Island off Platanias.
As vast as the Antarctic continent is, the ideal time for exploring it each year is short. With the current season coming to an end, Abercrombie & Kent has announced a limited-time offer on the next departure of its Classic Antarctica cruise (December 12-24, 2018).
Two new tours to the Republic of Yakutia called “Amazing Yakutia” and “Hospitable Yakutia” will show travelers all that is magical about this mysterious and fascinating part of Russia.
Russia is a vast and fascinating country, with landscapes ranging from sunny beaches to icy tundra, rugged mountains to dense forests and mysterious lakes. In addition to its natural attractions, the country boasts cultural and historic sites that are unique in the world. To see the real Russia, you need to get beyond the cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg.
According to Abercrombie & Kent, luxury travel is back. Lauding a 33% increase in booking lead times, A&K has released their 2015 dates and prices for our top selling Luxury Small Group Journeys. Also, the luxury travel firm has announced two Private Jet journeys. One, an encore to Around the World by Private Jet, and a Silk Road journey featuring the founders of Abercrombie & Kent and Four Seasons, promise to be popular adventures this year.
Argo Travel News had a chance recently to connect with kayak adventurer Dana Paskiewicz (left), Marketing Director of The Northwest Passage, an adventure travel company that aimed at travel from the North Pole to warm southern waters and beyond.
Australia is an undeniably beautiful country, but it’s not the kind of place that you visit just to look at. This is a land of thrills and spills, where the people have a passion for living life to the full and participation is more than just a gentle suggestion. To really experience something of the true Australia you should do as the locals do and throw yourself into some adventure activities.
You, me, our friends and family, all of us are part of the same life drama, that is if you think about it. One thing we all witness, but not simultaneously, is the marketing and commercial display of the people and places that make up our world. Today, Argo Travel presents the best such commercial representation we’ve seen released this month – the latest video via Tui Travel’s YouTube Channel.
If you have not already entered, Mydestintion’s mega Bucket List competition is out of this world winnings wise. For those who dreamed of the Galapagos AND Paris adventures AND exploring the Mayan ruins of the Yucatan, Mydestination.com shows you how with an all expense paid, 6 month journey of a lifetime.
Mystery travel has gotten ever more popular, as the wide public has gotten more used to places like the Gizeh Pyramids, Angkor Wat, Machu Picchu, Tikal and others…
It’s a big, big, big world we live in. No matter how technology further links us together, no matter what discoveries discoverers uncover, there always seems to be an information gap where “knowing” about people and places is concerned. Argo Travel News is all about showing readers as many of these as possible. So here are some Saturday discoveries you may want to visit.
A Middle Eastern travel specialization group, The Travel Attaché, has announced having launched their services from their Dubai headquarters. According to their press, this office is the first in a series that will come to the region soon.
One of the great things about travel, on the ground and on the web, is discovering fantastic new places, experiences, and people. When all is said and done, human beings are discoverers. Well, the other day we discovered a little bit of wonderment all the way down there in Argentina, Hotel Entre Cielos in Mendoza. […]
For those seeking adventure, or at least seeking to read about adventurers, here’s a bit from National Geographic Traveler’s own Andrew Evans. According to the news, Evans is testing his Digital Nomad reputation by navigating the vastness of the Atlantic between South America’s Cape Horn and Africa’s Cape of Good Hope.
Our guest author, Chris, takes a look at three of the Arabian Peninsula’s most fabulous locations.