Breathtaking, Colorful, Delicious: Jennifer’s Trip to Argentina & Chile

Argentina My trip began with one night in Buenos Aires, which isn’t nearly enough time to enjoy all this city has to offer. Home to thirteen million inhabitants, Buenos Aires has a notable European influence (especially Italian), which is reflected in its lovely architecture, history and culture. There truly is something for everyone here. While Read more…

The Luckiest Girl: A Honeymoon in Peru

I am the luckiest girl in the world. This is my 19th trip to Peru, and the best one yet…my honeymoon!  Paul and I were married on a sandy beach in the Galapagos Islands, our tiny ceremony attended only by close friends, a black-tip reef shark and a mess of curious marine iguanas. Now here Read more…

A Walking Safari in Kenya

This was my second trip to Africa and my first trip to East Africa, specifically Kenya. I travelled with my husband Paul and was also able to meet up with fellow Travel Beyond coworkers Craig and Matt for a few overlapping days as well which was great! We began our trip in Nairobi, then drove Read more…

The Heat of the Moment: Temperatures and Timing of Tiger Safaris

VIBRANT. SPIRITUAL. RAW. Three words that describe the beauty and intrigue of India, one of the world’s oldest and most captivating civilizations. While India may be best known for its bustling cities and diverse culture, it is also home to one of most secluded and elusive animals on the planet: the Bengal tiger. India is Read more…

From Aardvark to Zebra: Favorite Pets Around the World

National Pet Day was April 11th, which inspired me to seek out an answer to one of life’s most burning questions: What are some of the most popular pets on the planet? So sit back, have a read and hone your companion animal I.Q. Though you’re most likely to find cats, fish, dogs, birds and Read more…

Beating the Post Travel Blues

All great journeys must come to an end. The biggest bummer about traveling is, no matter how many times you give up your plane seat or purposefully miss your connection, eventually you have to come home. Believe it or not, “Post Travel Depression” (PTD) is a very real affliction, and a majority of travellers experience Read more…