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Photo Gallery of the Week—UNESCO World Heritage Sites

August 24, 2017 by Chris Bettencourt

UNESCO World Heritage Sites are at the vanguard of preservation of the world's precious natural and cultural history, and many of Mountain Travel Sobek's journeys feature some of the best.


Photo Gallery of the Week: Portrait of Cuba

July 25, 2017 by Chris B. / Photos by Laura Parent

Nestled in the Caribbean Sea less than 100 miles from the tip of the United States, Cuba's influence looms large over the history of America itself. This gallery gives you a chance to be in the passenger seat as MTS Cuba Program Director Laura Parent traveled to Cuba to find out for herself what makes this complex place tick.


Photo Gallery of the Week: Walking Japan

July 18, 2017 by Brian Allen

I recently returned from our Walking Japan trip, and I found exploring Japan primarily on foot and by local train to be a leisurely-paced journey that offers an intimate experience you probably couldn’t get any other way. It’s a well-balanced mix of Kyoto’s elegance, the countryside’s serenity, and even a bit of Tokyo’s modern verve, with each layer perfectly complimenting the others.


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Photo Gallery of the Week: Pura Vida in Costa Rica

July 14, 2017 by Chris Bettencourt

Pura Vida. Literally translated, it means "Pure Life," and that's what abounds in one of our perennial favorite destinations—Costa Rica. Home to a vast array of wildlife and wild adventure experiences, this jewel of Central America never fails to impress.


Photo Gallery of the Week: Cycling the Country Roads of Eastern Europe

June 21, 2017 by Chris Bettencourt

Mountain Travel Sobek program directors are always on the lookout for cool new trips to share with our guests, and there will be plenty to look forward to in 2018. One that we're particularly excited about is "Cycling the Country Roads of Eastern Europe," a 345-mile back roads biking journey through Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, and Montenegro...


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