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Planeterra Cares: Setting the Table for Development in the Sacred Valley

Planeterra Cares: Setting the Table for Development in the Sacred Valley

Kelly Galaski April 7, 2014 9

Kelly Galaski is the Program & Operations Manager and Assistant Technical Director, MIF/IDB Project for Planeterra Foundation, G Adventures’ non-profit foundation. Today on the Looptail, she recounts her recent visit to Peru for the

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Top 5 Things to Take With You to the Galapagos Islands

Top 5 Things to Take With You to the Galapagos Islands

Julia Wong March 26, 2014 1

The Galápagos Islands are one of those rare places in the world where nature presents itself at its finest. You get to see how nature has evolved without the influence of man and witness

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Pics of the Week: Warm Climates

Pics of the Week: Warm Climates

G Adventures March 21, 2014 0

Book ended with images from the Holi festival in India, our pics of the week keep to a theme of warm climes: the crystal waters of southern Thailand, the tropical fruit from market day

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C’mon Get Happy with the Wanderers-in-Residence

C’mon Get Happy with the Wanderers-in-Residence

G Adventures March 20, 2014 2

Today is the International Day of Happiness. Officially endorsed by the United Nations in 2012, this day recognizes that that the pursuit of happiness is a fundamental human right. It’s written in Hindu scripture

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The Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu, Day by Day: A Photographic Journey

The Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu, Day by Day: A Photographic Journey

Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott March 19, 2014 5

A visit to Peru’s Machu Picchu is rewarding no matter what, but it’s especially satisfying and carries even more meaning after you’ve hiked four days to get there. The feeling that you’ve earned the

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Your planet in 7 seconds: Arms Wide Open

Your planet in 7 seconds: Arms Wide Open

G Adventures March 18, 2014 0

This week, we’ve got seven seconds for one of the world’s new seven wonders—Rio’s Christ the Redeemer Statue in Brazil. If you’re ever lost in the streets of Rio, cast your eyes upward to the

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Valparaiso, Chile: Where Street Art Rules

Valparaiso, Chile: Where Street Art Rules

Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott March 10, 2014 0

“Be careful.” When we told local Chileans of our plan to visit Valparaiso along our journey through their country, we received our fair share of warnings to be cautious.  Yet after our visit, we

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Pics of the Week

Pics of the Week

G Adventures March 7, 2014 0

It was an exciting week out there on our planet! Once again, Rio‘s Carnival set the standard for “how to throw a party,” while storms rolled over beaches in Sydney, Australia. Love prevailed at

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International Women’s Day: Working Harder for Gender Equality

International Women’s Day: Working Harder for Gender Equality

Sacha Mlynek March 6, 2014 1

Today we join the people of the world in celebration of the progress made for women’s rights, empowerment, and equality. As we celebrate the 106th annual International Women’s Day this Saturday, March 8th, we

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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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