Penguins in Antarctica

Adventure in Antarctica

Antarctica has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. Despite being a warm weather gal, I love expedition cruising, exploring remote places, and seeing unique wildlife in its natural habitat. I have heard from countless seasoned travelers that Antarctica is among their favorite destinations, and knew I had to experience Read more…

Antarctica: Planning a Trip to the Frozen Continent

Traveling to Antarctica is otherworldly. It’s mysteriously vast – an endless kingdom of ice, snow, and infinite ocean. Regarded as the “international continent” by some, Antarctica tells a fascinating tale of adventure, scientific discovery, and worldwide cooperation. Scientists live and work on bases 365 days a year – even through brutally cold and snowy winters Read more…

Managing Your Vaccine Information

Vaccines have always been something to consider while traveling. From yellow fever to tetanus, each country has its own entry requirements. And now with the addition of COVID-19, it can feel overwhelming to keep tabs on what is needed where. While a  medical travel clinic is the best source for all vaccine related questions, we Read more…

Our Favorite Photos of 2020

Sharing our favorite photos has become an annual tradition here at Travel Beyond. Normally, we send our team members on dozens of educational trips to the destinations where we plan travel and each year, and we ask our staff to sift through their thousands of photographs to choose the one they like best. It is Read more…

Bali: The Path Less Traveled

It was a welcome return for me to Bali. Known as the “Island of the Gods,” Bali is blessed with natural beauty and a unique culture. Frangipani, plumeria and jasmine flowers abound – so fragrant you are constantly taking deep breaths to try and capture their essence. Its beaches attract surfers from around the world. Read more…

The “Kingdom” of Antarctica

In many ways, travel makes the world seem smaller. We connect with local people, learn about foreign cultures, explore new landscapes, taste new foods and discover that the human spirit binds us to our global family. In the process, far-off places feel a little closer to home. Yet this November, when Kayla Torgerson and I Read more…