By: Moe Walker, Senior Travel Consultant & CTA
Kenya, A Timeless Safari With Nairobi with Globus, is a small group, low action packed safari, that gets you up close and personal with the native people from the Samburu and Maasai Mara Villages. Each day is filled with morning and afternoon game drives, putting you on the hunt for the “Big 5” and other animals indigenous to the Kenyan land. This is a great tour for animal and nature lovers alike, offering a beautiful landscape that is sure to be a photographer’s dream.
One of the best parts of traveling is living and emulating the cultures of the country you are exploring. So, while you are discovering all the wonders of the world, or dipping your toes in every sea, you’re also fully immersed in different cultures and lifestyles.
A comprehensive study was done, researching living standards, based on factors such as life expectancy, health risks, the burden of disease, diet and other aspects of life. We’ve collated a list of the 7 official healthiest countries in the world and what features of their life earned them the top spots so you can live like a local when visiting.
By: Vivian Vo, Travel Consultant
This was my first trip to Europe, and I was super excited. I’ve been eagerly awaiting an itinerary that covers many countries and cities in the shortest time possible, and European Whirl with Trafalgar delivered! Everything was great, and surpassed all of my expectations. We had a very knowledgeable Tour Director, nice accommodations, well planned optional excursions, and a very experienced driver which all made this tour amazing. Continue reading
By: Angel Green, Senior Manager Sales & Marketing Integration
I loved my 7 Day Mexican Riviera cruise with Princess, aboard the beautiful Ruby Princess. The ships name pretty much say it all, a jewel in and of itself. Ports of call included Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán and Cabo San Lucas. This Western Mexico scenic coastline extends around the Baja Peninsula.
French onion soup is a delicious a heartwarming dish that has been served in restaurants across France and in the kitchens of French cuisine lovers everywhere. It grew popular during the 18th century and is now a staple in many cafes and bistros all over the world.