Journeys International began running trips to South Korea in 2016. Adventure Specialist Kerina Rowley joined the first departure to this relatively unknown destination. Here, she shares her stories of the unexpected beauty, culture and history she saw along the way.
In April 2017, Journeys hosted its first women's-only adventure through Iran. Led by staff member Kerina Rowley, this group of women included 13 seasoned travelers, all of whom were eager to travel to Iran and immerse themselves in Iran's often misunderstood culture, to learn what it's really like to be a woman in Iran. Here, Kerina shares some of what she experienced along the way.
It's true: a picture is worth a thousand words. Journeys' Adventure Specialist Lené (holding a salt block in this photo) recently returned from our first Undiscovered Bolivia trip, and the photos speak volumes about the culture, scenery, people and places she saw along the way. Take a look, and get lost in the story of beloved Bolivia.
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Two Journeys groups explored Cuba for the first time in 2016 on the itinerary we call Rhythm of a Lively Land. With so much hype around Cuba travel, there were many expectations of what the groups would and wouldn't experience. Everybody who traveled with us—a group of very seasoned travelers—was charmed and surprised by what they learned along the way. Here, Joan Weber shares her observations from the trips.