Itineraries

Europe RSS

by Lauren K -

Iceland is the perfect destination for anyone looking to immerse themselves in nature and dramatic landscapes. Despite it's surge in popularity over recent years, the country still feels unspoiled and remote. Our itinerary takes you along the ring ring road (route 1) counter-clockwise. It is a good one for a first-timer because it hits all the most famous spots and then some.

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North America RSS

by Lauren K -

For most people, a trip to Florida = Disney World. While you can definitely modify this itinerary to include a few days in the theme parks, this trip has been designed to hit all the highlights of 'real' Florida that the locals love. 

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by Lauren K -

This itinerary gives you a quick taster of the beauty of Washington State. You won't have time to see everything, but you will still get to view some some amazing landscapes and explore the city. This trip is best done in the summer to give you the best chance of avoiding rain. However, it can be done in spring or fall too if you want to avoid the biggest crowds.

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by Lauren K -

The national parks of northern Arizona and southern Utah are traditionally thought of as summer destinations. In reality though, the southwest in the winter is beautiful in its own right and should be on anyone's bucket list. 

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Asia RSS

by Sarah Del Rosario -

Bali is known for its volcanoes, forested mountain scenery, stunning Hindu architecture, amazing coral reefs, and iconic beaches that would make most people yearn for more than a week’s stay. If you only have time for a shorter trip, check out these highlights of eastern Bali on this 5-day itinerary. 

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