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Adventure & Activities: Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda

New Year, New Travel Once again, Gondwana has been featured on two “best of” lists! This time, i-on Magazine included our Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda trip in their list of “The Best Adventure Holidays,” and Ocean Home Magazine lists it as one of their “Eight Fit Trips for the New Year.” Whether you’re seeking adventure or activities, choosing to travel …

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Visit Tanzania to Escape the Winter Blues

Sometimes the best cure for the winter blues is to have something to look forward to… like an epic vacation. In this case, We recommends that you visit Tanzania for an escape. MSN even included us in their article, “The 25 Best Destinations for Winter Sun.” Tanzania’s Seasons Located just below the equator, Tanzania’s seasons and temperatures vary greatly throughout …

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Travel the Amazon on a Historic Explorer’s Route

The Call of the Open Road… In the modern industrialized world, getting a vacation can be a challenge in itself. Wanting an element of adventure or exploration can make a trip even more difficult to plan. However, discovering the unknown is a big reason why people love to travel. In the words of the legendary Hank Williams, “…when that open …

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Boston Globe Feature: Go “There” With Gondwana

Northern Lights Ecotour We’re thankful to have been featured on the “Here, there and everywhere” travel column by the Boston Globe again. This is the second time that we’ve been included as a “There” destination for their readers. Writer Necee Regis describes this adventure in a nutshell: “Photograph the Aurora Borealis at night under the massive Alaskan sky with the …

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L.A. Times Feature: Travel More in 2017

Travel More in 2017 In the new year, many people assign “travel more” as their new year’s resolution. Whether this means a domestic or international trip, visiting Alaska covers many cultural and natural delights that will impress even the most seasoned travelers. The Northern Lights Adventure by Gondwana Ecotours will kick start this new year’s resolution in more ways than …

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Go Tribal: Vacations & Travel Magazine Feature

Go Tribal in Ecuador 2017 is shaping up to be an exciting year for travel. For Gondwana, this means returning to a favorite destination, deep in Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest. Spending time with the Achuar “…a tribe of 6,000 indigenous people still living traditionally in small Amazon communities along the Ecuadorian and Peruvian border” is a huge draw. Vacations & Travel …

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New York Times Interviews Jared Sternberg

Q&A with Jared Sternberg Three years after founding Gondwana Ecotours, company president Jared Sternberg sat down with Diane Daniel of the New York Times to discuss the company’s growth and mission. We’re thrilled to be featured in such a personal way by the New York Times. Read the full interview on their website, or in print on their December 18th …

Northern Lights Ecotour

Chris Cruises Feature: Northern Lights Ecotour

Small Group Travel Though blogger Chris Owen usually reviews cruise vacations, this time he has covered a land-based tour: Gondwana’s Northern Lights Ecotour. The northern lights can be seen from many places in the far northern hemisphere, by land and by sea. However, a crowded cruise is no match for Gondwana’s style of small group travel. As Chris states, “Gondwana …

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Celebration Vacations in Alaska: Luxury Travel Magazine Feature

What is a Celebration Vacation? “A recent study by AARP revealed that an astounding 75 percent of adults 45 and over have taken, or plan to take, a “Celebration Vacation.” This type of holiday is an increasingly popular way to celebrate special milestones in life like anniversaries, birthdays, family reunions and weddings.” Luxury Travel Magazine showcases our Northern Lights Tour …

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Escape the Dog Days: NorthJersey.com Feature

Escape the Heat on an Alaskan Ecotour Many folks live a sunbird lifestyle, migrating south to avoid a cold, harsh winter up north. However,  people living in hot climates want to escape the the heat of summer and early fall. As NorthJersey.com writer Jill Schensul puts it, “Thinking, imagining, is one thing. Better yet, finding someplace cool to vacation — …