Maybe a little later!

Life moves at a (slightly) more leisurely pace during the summer, making it a great time for a getaway. Whether thinking about traveling this summer, or stretching your plans until later into the fall, we have a couple of ideas that may appeal to adventure-lovers and wildlife enthusiasts alike! ECUADOR EXPLORATION It may seem different Read more…

Plan Now, Travel Later

This world boasts so many places that can take your breath away! If you are not yet ready to travel, but interested in putting another pin in the map later, consider these two itineraries – from completely opposite sides of the world. On one hand, you have the incredible natural beauty of Chile, where you 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…

Tanzania is Ready to Welcome You: Rose’s Fall 2020 Trip Report

When my manager first called to ask if I wanted to host a select group of travelers on a safari to Tanzania right now, I could not believe my luck and could hardly control my enthusiasm! Here we were, with the clock slowly ticking down towards the end of 2020 without any travel adventures yet Read more…

Seasonality in the Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta, affectionately known as “the Delta,” is one of my favorite places on earth. It’s vast, diverse, and rich in both flora and fauna. What I love most about the Delta is that you can visit any time of year and are guaranteed to have an exceptional experience. The Delta has two primary Read more…

Kenya in 2020: Kayla’s Unforgettable Safari

I went on vacation to Africa in 2020. A few months ago, I wasn’t sure I’d get to write those words. Since I joined Travel Beyond almost 9 years ago, I’ve traveled internationally every year, some years, I went on multiple international trips, and I believe my record was 8 different countries in one year. Read more…

An In-Depth Look at Victoria Falls

Flowing between Zambia and Zimbabwe, the Zambezi River’s Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. While neither the tallest or widest waterfall, Victoria Falls has a height and width that creates the largest sheet of falling water in the world. This waterfall is stunning and can be visited from both Read more…

August 2020 Kenya & Tanzania Trip Report

I am writing this on August 22, 2020, and I just got back from Africa! On July 2, with no advanced warning, Kenya opened their borders to American tourists with an effective date of August 1. The next day, I began planning my first trip to Africa since November 2019. Since leaving the military in Read more…

Capturing Africa from Photographic Hides

While on safari, the majority of your time is spent in a safari vehicle to view the wildlife. However, many properties throughout Southern and East Africa have created a unique and exciting alternative by constructing photographic hides for guests to view wildlife from a protected spot outside a vehicle. These hides vary in their look Read more…

Equestrian Safaris: Spotting Wildlife From the Saddle

I’ve always been a big advocate of enjoying safaris outside of the vehicle. Activities such as walking, biking, canoeing and equestrian safaris allow travelers to immerse themselves into the natural environment sans engine rumble and exhaust fumes. Although I am not an avid rider, I do know how to ride and always look forward to Read more…