By: Tahlon Springs, CTA and Senior Travel Consultant
The Best of the Canyonlands with Trafalgar was a fantastic trip. The trip starts in Denver and ends in Las Vegas. I happen to have family in both those cities so it was ideal for me to arrive a day early and leave one day later to enjoy time with them. For this trip, I decided to take my mother. She doesn’t get to travel much so she was extremely excited.
A passport is your key to traveling the world and exploring other countries. When going through passport control, you’ve probably noticed how passports don’t come in all colors of the rainbow. On the other hand, passports only come in different shades of each of the four main color groups: red, blue, green and black. Somewhat surprisingly, the color of your passport follows no strict system, guidelines or regulations dictating the color of country categorization, but the colors aren’t totally random either.
There are many different reasons why countries opt for a particular color of their passport. Read the theories behind each country’s passport color choice.
By: Darlena Hernandez, Travel Consultant
Iconic Ireland is just absolutely amazing! From the numerous shades of green, to the Wild Atlantic Way, there is something that is sure to mesmerize you! I have to say, the people of Ireland are most welcoming, filled with pride for their country, and are so willing to tell you many tales of Ireland’s history.
The pubs are alive with much laughter, great pub fare and glasses full of Guinness! You will see countless castles on this journey. Some are in pristine condition and some are ruins left from centuries long past. If you have not had the opportunity to get to Ireland, I would definitely write that on your “Bucket List” and let Brendan Vacations show you the breath taking views of this Celtic Country!
By: Derek Miller, Travel Consultant
Arriving early in Budapest served me and my cousin well. We got a chance to see the city before starting our Avalon Waterways river cruise the next day.
Once we began our adventure with Avalon Waterways, we started with a short tour on the Pest side. There are two sides of Budapest. The Buda side and the Pest side. The Buda side with started back in the 1200’s and the Pest side in the 1850’s. The Buda side is made up of large hillsides and is primarily residential. The Pest side is more commercial and the landscape is flat. Many of the city’s best hotels are on the Pest side.
Intrepid’s food trips have been designed with one thing in mind – to help you experience the best local food on the planet. Each Food Adventure is filled with cultural exploration, historic highlights and plenty of grassroots travel. They’re just seasoned to perfection – food travel at its best!
Since you’re traveling with the experts at Intrepid, once you’ve devoured all the local food you can handle, they’ve made sure that during your Food Adventures, you won’t miss out on the iconic sights and authentic cultural experiences that are found on all Intrepid trips.
Here are our Intrepid’s best active adventure tours for foodies that travelers have to experience!