Traveling has so many rewards. Yes, it can also be stressful at times, but more than anything, you walk away from your travels with great stories, and more often than not, a desire to travel even more.
No matter what kind of traveler you are, family resort vacationer or solo backpacker, one thing remains in common; you want your travels to be memorable. You want to see something different, do something different, have new experiences and meet new people. In the hustle and bustle of getting from one place to the next, trying to catch the next flight or train or bus, we sometimes forget that traveling isn’t just about getting to the next destination. It’s about everything in between too.
Sure it’s hard to tell anyone to slow down on a vacation when many of us only get a week or two out of the year. But there’s a way to enjoy the treasures one finds when taking it slow, while keeping up with your full agenda. With tours that cover local living, nature, and birdwatching, you’ll be able to squeeze in another activity, but also get a little closer look at your surroundings. Instead of moving from place to place every day or two, try spending an extra day in the same place and get to know it a little. There’s plenty of adventure in the little things, so on your next trip, don’t just make it a vacation, make it a journey.