We consider ourselves lucky at Craft Travel to have well-traveled, adventurous clients who come back year after year challenging us to up the ante. One client who always keeps it entertaining for us is Paul, a globetrotting architect from New York who has a passion for all things off the beaten path. On his most recent trip with us, he and his wife Sandi explored the best of Argentina and Chile, heading from Mendoza to Buenos Aires, and then south to Patagonia, crossing from El Calafate on the Argentinean side into Chilean Torres del Paine. He enjoyed the journey so much that a local New York newspaper featured his incredible account of the trip.
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Carnival 2019 is just around the corner and you are probably wondering how to even get started! To help ensure you have a wonderful time in the Marvelous City, we have listed valuable tips to take the weight off your shoulder as you get ready to plan your trip to the most popular party in the world.
So now you’re probably wondering: how do I plan a trip Zimbabwe? Which destinations are must-see? Where in Zimbabwe has the best wildlife or opportunities for big five? Can I do luxury safari in Zimbabwe, or can I do it on a budget? Below I’ll break down each must-see region of Zimbabwe to help determine if it’s right for you. I’ll then share our recommended itineraries for each type of traveler, as well as my own personal pictures to help give you a better feel for each lodge.
Three Game Changing Updates for Brazil Travelers
*Updated April 3, 2018
October has always been one of our favorite months to explore Brazil. October in Brazil means the early days of summer which means longer days and pre-Carnival celebrations. It's also prime jaguar season in the Pantanal and the driest (translate: beach weather!) in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Of course summertime (November - March) is Brazil's peak season, but October has a special place in our hearts.
This year, October has proven to be particularly epic for Brazil. In the past couple of weeks, we've seen no less than three pieces of news that are absolute game changers for travelers to Brazil. If you're thinking of traveling to Brazil in the months ahead, you can't miss the tips in this post!
It's not just come December that we all must think of gift giving. The birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, graduations, bar & bat mitzvahs of our loved ones requires us in most cases to ask ourselves: "What kind of present should I be giving?" Perhaps we are biased but it seems to us that there is no occasion for which a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience would be inappropriate.