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The Animals of Botswana’s Chobe River

The Animals of Botswana’s Chobe River

Cailin O Neil April 10, 2014 1

On my recent trip to Southern Africa, I was thrilled to be visiting Botswana where I would be staying on a houseboat floating up and down the Chobe River, with Northern Botswana on one

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Pics of the Week: Structures

Pics of the Week: Structures

G Adventures April 4, 2014 0

This week, we’re shining the spotlight on “Structures.” Whether man-made (like the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Eilean Donan Castle in Scotland, Guatemala’s Tikal ruins or Angkor Wat in Cambodia) or natural (such

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In Praise of Slow: River Barge Cruising Opens Up Burgundy From a Different Angle

In Praise of Slow: River Barge Cruising Opens Up Burgundy From a Different Angle

Steve English April 4, 2014 0

“Adventure” is a tricky word. For many, it implies fast-paced, near constant action. And while plenty of adventures do indeed deliver adrenalized thrills up the wazoo, “adventure” doesn’t have to mean hectic and up-tempo.

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Visual Adventure: Greek Islands Sailing

Visual Adventure: Greek Islands Sailing

Kathy Meresz April 2, 2014 1

Since I was a little girl, I dreamed of the landscape of the Greek Islands. Year after year, my wall calendar always featured images of whitewashed houses with contrasting cobalt-blue doors and shutters, and rows

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Burgundy is best: More red wine from France

Burgundy is best: More red wine from France

Caitlin Hotchkiss March 31, 2014 0

Way back when we started doing adult beverage tastings here at the Looptail, we kicked off the series with this lovely wine from France. Fortunately for us, there were plenty more delicious burgundy wines

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Pics of the Week: Water

Pics of the Week: Water

G Adventures March 28, 2014 0

From the shores of Camps Bay in Cape Town to the icy waters of the Antarctic; from Icelandic waterfalls and rainstorms in Namibia to the shallows of a river in Luang Prabang, enjoy our

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Five St Patrick’s Day Facts

Five St Patrick’s Day Facts

Caitlin Hotchkiss March 17, 2014 0

As a celebrated pseudo-holiday of drinkers, lovers of the colour green, and all those with “a wee bit o’ Irish” in them, St Patrick’s Day – traditionally March 17th every year – has become

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Pics of the Week

Pics of the Week

G Adventures February 28, 2014 1

Whether you travel to see beautiful sights, incredible scenery or to interact with different cultures – there is always a scene to watch unfold. And we hope this round up of our Pics of

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5 Tips to Stay On Budget While Sailing Croatia

5 Tips to Stay On Budget While Sailing Croatia

Amylee Silva February 26, 2014 3

So you say you’ve made the epic choice to sail Croatia. While it’s sure to be the trip of a lifetime, you might be wondering how you’ll stay on budget given how overwhelmed you’ll

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Sport Has the Power to Change the World

Sport Has the Power to Change the World

Daniel Sendecki February 21, 2014 0

From now until the last fireworks light up Sochi’s sky on February 23, G Adventures will offer up the best original and curated content from around the web. Want to follow along? We’ll share

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