First in Adventure
H earty, active adventures are rooted in our core. So is watching for wildlife, time spent with locals, and digging into the culture and history of the places you visit. You might be snorkeling with dozens of sea turtles in the morning and joining a cultural ambassador like Danny Akaka to talk story in the afternoon. The spirit of the islands—in all our destinations—is alive and well. In Baja, the Romero family has been leading mule rides across Bahia Agua Verde for generations. Saddle up, sit tight, and wind your way through desert, beach, and a green oasis. On Molokai, Greg and Anakala Pilipo welcome you to the Halawa Valley where they farm, hunt, and fish. Sidle up to a park ranger in Alaska or visit Panamá’s historic Coiba National Park. These are some of the people and pulse of a place. The spirit of adventure soars. Each night your expedition team lays out the choices for the next day: hiking, beachcombing, kayaking, skiffing, paddle boarding, and snorkeling are all possibilities. Place your adventure order. From slow beachcombing to hard-charging hikes, there’s something for everyone. And with small group excursions (usually a dozen or so guests) it’s easy to chat up your guides and pause for pictures and reflection.
“The crew and guides were so wonderful and personable! Loved chatting with all of them. … my favorite activities were hiking the hard-chargers, guided kayaks, rafting, and biking.”
Snapshot: Alaskan tennis shoes for the win.
— Ally P; Milwaukee, WI (Columbia & Snake Rivers 2018)
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