Pearson & Lepine – It’s Just Happening

One couple explores Costa Rica for the first time, and find themselves falling in love with the country — and deeper in love with each other. A Guest Post By: Tina Pearson Nothing prepared us for the next 10 days of exceptional beauty, adventure, and love waiting for us in Costa Rica. Arriving in San …

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Costa Rica Rainforest Tours Image: A sloth hangs upside down from a rainforest tree.

Canopy Tours Of The Costa Rican Rainforest

Connect with nature and get a unique perspective of Costa Rica when you go on a rainforest canopy tour… The jungles and rainforests of Costa Rica are perhaps the most extraordinary example of this country’s wild beauty and biodiversity. If you’re not bothered by heights, then the best way to see these national treasures is …

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Costa Rican Family Adventure Image: Back to the camera, Alexa Pianta zip lines across a forest canopy.

The Piantas In Paradise

This Anywhere Client Story lets us share the journey of the Pianta family as they take a long-awaited Costa Rican family adventure. It’s time to tag along with: The Piantas in paradise… A Guest Post By: Tom Pianta My plan for traveling has always been to explore and to relax. I want my family to …

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A partial aerial view shows Mayan ruins emerging from a rainforest.

Mayan Civilization—Discoveries Renewed

New technology in 2018 leads to a breakthrough in discovering new Mayan ruins in Guatemala. According to “National Geographic,” new LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) technology has led to an unprecedented development in Guatemala’s Mayan ruins. Researchers are now noting that the remnants of the Maya reveal, “…a sprawling pre-Columbian civilization that was far more …

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Yaks in shades of black, brown, cream, and black and white trek the snowy Himalaya. A person in a red parka is bringing up the rear.

How To: Train to Trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp

The short answer? Long-ass walks with backpacks. It is a mental game—prepare to be uncomfortable at times. There’s a common misconception that visiting Mount Everest isn’t worth it if you aren’t going into ‘beast mode’ to reach the summit; ironically, for such a long climb, nothing could be further from the truth. You don’t have to …

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