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Join Us to Meet Some Critters

We would love to have you join us at one or all events in San Diego this year (2021) to support animal conservation: Golfing "fore"...

Did You Have a Travel Headache in 2020?

Technology has certainly opened the world of travel over the past several years, making it seemingly easy to book a dream trip on your...

Discovery in Our Own Back Yard

Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks: September Trip Report As a tour operator specializing in matching client dreams for adventure...

Escape to a Private Villa

Luxury vacation villas offer families and small groups of friends the perfect, private getaway. As you seek a refuge from the day to day...

From the Kitchens of Africa

As we are all struggling to stay inspired as our stay at home orders continue, Bob and I like many of you are trying all sorts of new...

Mexico Does Not Disappoint!

A review by Latitude traveler Susan Newman- Chicago, IL: I first visited Mexico in 1978 and have returned at least a dozen times but...

Discovering India

The seventh largest country by geography, India’s population comprises 20% of the planet’s humanity. That may be enough of a reason to...

Capturing the Spirit of Colombia!

Ah, Colombia! Land of beautiful people, mountains, beaches, vibrant cities, music, coffee, chocolate, scrumptious food and good times....

Cruising the Galapagos

From giant land tortoises and land iguanas to sea turtles, tropical penguins, sea lions and dozens of species of rare birds, the...

A Week in Russia

From St. Petersburg to the town of Pushkin, from architecture to exceptional cuisine, Latitude’s own travel expert Dennis Baum led a...

A Guest's Insight in Peru

My husband and I set out last year to find a trip we could take together sans kids that would fit our opposite travel styles and...

Wild Africa- Ruaha And Selous, Tanzania

Ruaha, in southern Tanzania is the country’s largest national park, surprising to most African travelers who would pin that distinction...

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