Save The Date Image: A bistro set with cocktails for two overlooks a great view.

The One Date You Should ALWAYS Save

Looking forward to an upcoming vacation? Don’t let it slip through your fingers by forgetting you’ve booked it, or mixing up the date you’ve scheduled it for. This mistake is easier to make than you think… You’ve been looking forward to it for months, but before you actually get to go on vacation, you’re still …

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The Guatemalan Dream Vacation That Almost Wasn’t

When you have your heart set on a destination, your dream vacation becomes our goal. Anywhere Guatemala manager Andrea Luna-Fernandez regaled us with the harrowing tale of one group’s refusal to leave the country until they completed their Guatemalan dream vacation: “They say you haven’t visited Guatemala unless you’ve seen Panajachel,” at least that’s what our clients, …

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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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Two llamas are in the foreground whilst Peru's Machu Picchu is in the background.

The Case of The Machu Picchu Travel Rumors

Sometimes, good old-fashioned human relationships are better intel than search engine alerts. Anywhere Peru Manager Cesar Nizama teaches us that in the world of travel agents, it’s all about who you know. When heading to Machu Picchu, rumors have their place—if your intel is good: Adventure travel doesn’t have to be full of high adrenaline …

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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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