When I return from an awesome travel adventure, my friends often ask about booking a similar trip for themselves. And while in the past I was able to put together some cool itineraries, I wasn’t able to directly book them into the hotel and ensure they get the VIP treatment I’m used to receiving as … More You Can’t VIP Yourself, So Let Me Hook You Up: Travel Planning with Elite Travel International
THE NAME “TAHITI” likely evokes images of palm trees, white-sand beaches, and turquoise lagoons — which is totally accurate. But the postcard version of a place is never anywhere near the whole story. Here are 12 things you might not know about these legendary South Pacific islands and atolls.
With dozens upon dozens of lions, as well as gorgeous scenery, and all the rest of the big five gang, Madikwe Game Reserve is one of South Africa’s most under-rated game parks. … More Looking for Lions in Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa
This post comes courtesy of @JetSetPup, aka Bobbi, my Bahamian potcake rescue turned medical assist dog. She runs her own Instagram account, where she posts pictures of her travels: so far she’s been to three countries, flown private once, as cargo once and commercial more than half a dozen times, criss-crossing North America from Vancouver … More A Pup’s Perspective: Sniffing Out The Viceroy Snowmass
One of my absolute favorite travel destinations are the Islands of Tahiti in French Polynesia. Just an easy overnight flight from Los Angeles with very little time difference (no jet lag like you get when you cross the international date line and go to Fiji), these islands make for a great alternative to a Hawaii … More 16 Reasons Why I Really Love The Islands of Tahiti
Walking through the breezy, thatched-roof boma lobby at Ivory Lodge, a magnificent treehouse haunt at the extreme south edge of Hwange National Park, I find myself skidding to a stop in front of my friends. My jaw drops open in shock and words bubble out of my mouth in a giddy rush: “Oh my god … More Chilling in Zimbabwe’s Elephant Headquarters: Hwange National Park