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Cycle Into The Authentic Heart of SPAIN And PORTUGAL

By Wandermelon Team | Jun 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

wandermelon partners with Pure Adventures to bring you self-guided tours pairing great cycling with world-class gastronomy and natural wonders

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Stargazing, Movie Making and Scorpion Hunting in ARIZONA’s Sonoran Desert

By Liz Laing | Apr 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Search for fluorescent scorpions, stargaze in the comfort of your room, and discover ancient rock art at The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain.

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Waves for Water: Cartagena, COLOMBIA

By Kinga Philipps | Apr 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Kinga Philipps goes on a mission with Waves for Water to Cartagena and provides clean drinking water to communities in need. You can do the same, just by packing a few filters in your suitcase.

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Branch out in BELIZE

By Kinga Philipps | Mar 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Kinga Philipps delves deep into the Belize jungle, exploring caves, visiting ancient Mayan ruins, and sleeping amid the treetops at Parrot Nest Lodge.

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Keystone, COLORADO Makes Travel With a Teen a Peak Experience

By Angela Fairhurst | Mar 6, 2015 | 1 Comment

A family ski trip to Colorado serves up a stellar experience even a teen can love. Keystone, Colorado (near Denver) offers skiing, tubing, sleigh rides and multi-dimensional activities.

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Full Moon Adventures Around the Globe

By Liz Laing | Feb 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Celebrate the lunar cycle with unique Full Moon adventures from around the world, such as moonlit dinners in Thailand, moon bathing in Turks and Caicos or moon light swimming in Dubai. The celestial glowing orb is a wonder to behold in any destination.

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Peace and Quiet at Big Bear Lake, CALIFORNIA

By Collin Friscia | Oct 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

There is something to be said about going “off-season” to Big Bear Lake – the roads are open, the village square is quieter, and there’s little need for dinner reservations. For a couple of relaxing days, we were the lucky tenants of a spacious cabin, equipped with a kitchenette, stone fireplace, big screen TV, and a jacuzzi, positioned front-and-center for optimal movie-watching.

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Yoga-friendly Hikes in LOS ANGELES

By Zara Medina | Sep 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

“Nobody walks in LA,” or so claims the new wave 80s band Missing Persons. They were right; we hike. If you Google “best hikes in LA” you’ll get copious results, from private and secluded to the stargazing kind (and no, not stars in the sky — this is LA, after all). But also ubiquitous to the City of Angeles is the Yoga Enthusiast, many of whom like a little vinyasa flow before, during or after a hike. Thus, our picks for the 5 Best Hikes in LA for the YOGI:

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The Quickest Route to the HIMALAYAS

By Alex Kostich | Sep 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Alex Kostich takes the helicopter “fast pass” to the Roof of the World

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Go Big: Inspired Adventures in ALASKA

By Cynthia Kane | Aug 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Cynthia Kane explores Alaska’s vast, rugged terrain navigating rivers and epic trails in America’s Last Frontier

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