There is something about Latin America that I simply can't get enough of. A few years ago I spent six months travelling South America, but I never quite made it to Central America and ever since it has been up there on the top of my travel wish list.
On any hot summer day, or even any cool autumn day, the hippest place to be while at Yellowstone National Park is the park's lesser-known treasure: the Boiling River.
Not many TrekAmerica trips traverse through the prairie grasslands of South Dakota, and after a couple of hours driving over an otherwise flat, empty land, many trekkers ask "What is here?" Only Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial, Black Hills gold, Badlands National Park and my
Can you believe it, Christmas is almost here? I know, crazy right?
When I ask my groups the question "Have you ever been to the drive-in?" the answer is almost unanimously "no".
There comes a time in your life when a year away travelling the world is no longer a feasible and a quick travel fix in between your 9-5 daily routine is the only way you can feed your insatiable wanderlust.
Countless reports of UFO sightings; government secrecies, cover-ups and lies; a sparsely inhabited landscape—these are the most intriguing, sci-fi drama qualities of Nevada State Route 375, otherwise known as the 'Extraterrestrial Highway'.
The "oohs", "awwhs", and "ohmygods" come out of every person's mouth, and the dumbfounded, jaw-dropped expression, are unavoidable. The reaction is always the same, but it doesn't matter; it's still one of the best parts of being a TrekAmerica tour leader.
Maybe you've booked a three-week long adventure from New York to Los Angeles on the classic Southern Sun or maybe you're touring the Rocky Mountains and California Coast on the Pacific Dream; the question is, are you ready for it?