tours

By Everett Potter I first came across the work of landscape photographer Charlie Waite some 30 years ago when he published a book called The National Trust Book of Long Walks with the now legendary writer Adam Nicolson. It was a terrific piece of work and still retains pride of place on

By Ann Abel In Spanish there’s a lovely word: pasear. Adoptive Andalucían and tour operator Manni Coe defines it as “the art of walking” without a destination in mind. “Things here are very spontaneous,” he explains. “The idea is getting a little bit lost. Magic happens when you’re spontaneous. We can’t plan

By Everett Potter What’s on the horizon for the world’s best biking companies in 2018? New countries, new routes and new adventures from Gray & Co, Backroads, DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co., Butterfield & Robinson and Experience Plus. Here are five amazing trips to consider for next year … continue reading

Ireland will welcome the Adventure Travel World Summit 2014 in Killarney in October, a gathering of some 600 plus tour operators, destination specialists, journalists and others in the world of adventure travel. I will be attending but I had a chance this week to ask Rob Rankin, founder and owner

By Larry Olmsted It amazes me that it took over 20 years and thousands of articles for this full-time travel writer to finally experience a group tour, something I did a couple of weeks ago – and would gladly do again. When I say “group tour,” I’m not counting the