Deciding to visit Antarctica is one of the best decisions you'll ever make, but it can also result in a lot of questions. One of the most common questions we hear is "How cold is it...and what should I wear?" Here are some tips on what to pack and what to expect during your polar adventure.
Thinking about the Deluxe Wilderness Explorer trip for your guided tour in New Zealand? It's a great starting point for a custom itinerary, and one recommended addition is this must-see day trip: Waitangi Treaty Grounds.
Australia is massive—about the size of the United States—and has tons of unusual, unique, off-the-beaten-path activities to choose from. But if there's one thing that travelers consistently want to do during trips to Australia, it's to cuddle with a koala.
Here, our friends at HI Travel Tales share their experience cuddling with Lucy the koala at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary outside of Brisbane.
What do you get when you take a camel, remove its humps, shrink it, and set it down in South America? A guanaco. Head to the Patagonia region, and odds are you'll see a lot of them. Here, Journeys traveler Kay Knapton shares her experience with these herd mammals—and how her group went from unabashed excitement to blasé familiarity.
Five hundred years ago, when Spanish conquistadors first set foot in Peru, the high Andes had abundant forests of a low-growing and durable tree called Queuña (Kay YOU nyuh). Today, these ancient forests have almost disappeared, and with them many of the species that once lived within them.
Mature Queuña trees in a Peruvian forest