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Category Archives: Cultural Travelling

Cycling Cuba: The Terrain, Bikes, Roads — What to Expect

What are the roads like in Cuba? Are the roads good in Cuba? Is there much traffic in Cuba? What can a rider expect for the cycling terrain in Cuba? Is Cuba hilly? Are there many cycling climbs or is Cuba mostly flat? We get many questions about Cuba, and these are some of the […]

2016’s Top Three South American Destinations

Cuzco, Peru If you are planning to visit Machu Picchu though, best hurry. Further trekking limits may soon be put in place to protect the site and limit the number of hikers able to access the site, according to our local sources. While restrictions have been in place for a while already, there is talk […]

Three Unforgettable Family Travel Experiences

Only available to those with a local guide and connections, these are the sorts of family experiences that your entire family, whatever the ages and generations, is sure to treasure for a lifetime. GALAPAGOS Adventures as a Family in Darwin’s Playground photo: Swimming in the Galapagos (on a BikeHike Adventures tour) A trip to the […]

Cuba Travel Update

Interest in Cuba travel has been increasing exponentially over the past few months. How is the country coping? How is this increasing demand — in the wake of various announcements related to the easing of US-Cuba relations — affecting the Cuba travel experience? BikeHike Adventures, a Canadian company, has been operating trips in Cuba for […]

Morocco, a lesson in disconnecting to connect

It’s incredible how disconnected we can become in our everyday lives, despite our obsession with “staying connected.” How many times today have you looked around you — at home, on the metro, out for dinner — only to find everyone around fixated on the glowing screen of smart devices? The answer is rather scary, isn’t […]