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  • Scuba Diving Indonesia 2024

    Scuba Diving Indonesia 2024

    We’ve got an amazing adventure set up for those of you who want to travel to Indonesia for scuba diving. It will consist of three segments, and you’ll be able to do any or all of them if you don’t wait too long to tell us about your interest.

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  • Motorcycling South Africa, August and September, 2025

    Motorcycling South Africa, August and September, 2025

    Join us August 29–September 9, 2025, for an incredibly special guided motorcycle group ride in South Africa! We’ll visit five different national and provincial parks, a cheetah sanctuary, and an ostrich farm. We’ll ride the beautiful—and justifiably famous—Garden Route, spectacular and historic Chapman’s Peak Drive, and see the southernmost point of Africa at Cape Agulhas.

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  • Southern Africa, by Motorcycle

    Southern Africa, by Motorcycle

    Southern Africa offers some of the most compelling travel experiences on earth. The landscapes, the people, the cultures, the food, and the arts are all amazingly diverse. Mix that with some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities in the world, a mostly mild climate that calls you to spend more time outdoors, and a complex…

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  • Baja California Sur for LGBTQ Scuba Divers

    Baja California Sur for LGBTQ Scuba Divers

    Mexico, including all of Baja, is generally considered a relatively tolerant and accepting place for LGBTQ+ individuals, with legal protections against discrimination and hate crimes in place. Same-sex sexual activity has been legal in Mexico since 1871, and same-sex marriage is legal throughout the country. Currently, Equaldex gives this area an 84 on its Equality…

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  • Why Use a Travel Advisor?

    Why Use a Travel Advisor?

    Wondering whether or not to use the services of a travel advisor, or a travel agent? Confused by the two terms? Wondering about the differences between them? Or even if there really are any differences? We’re here to help. The term “travel agent” dates back to the 19th Century, when Thomas Cook organized his first…

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  • Portugal and Spain for LGBTQ Travelers

    Portugal and Spain for LGBTQ Travelers

    Travelers who are members of the LGBTQ community need to pay attention to which countries are safe and which countries have discriminatory policies for people outside the dominant paradigm of heterosexuality. If you want to travel and truly be yourself, safely keeping your finger on the pulse of which countries are welcoming is important. This…

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  • Rescue the Seas

    Rescue the Seas

    Scuba divers are invasive visitors to the seas; there is no doubt about it. But, just as responsible people try to minimize our impacts on land, so should divers look at their time visiting the water as an opportunity to observe and protect. In my time diving, since the mid-1980s, I have seen the changes…

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