Adventures Abroad articles

A gorilla in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park, observing Jeffery Carrier., At a village market in Eritrea in October 2015, these women were negotiating for cooking oil. Photo by Jeffery L. Carrier, A shy village girl in Eritrea. Photo by Jeffery L. Carrier, Pointing to a rock that marks the dividing line between the Southern and Indian oceans at the top of the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. Photo by Pat Hines, On ASI Tours' “Around Australia Tour” in March 2020, we visited Salamanca market in Hobart, Tasmania. Photo by Pat Hines, Jim, our driver/guide in Tasmania, chatted with Fred, a 105-year-old cockatoo at the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary near Hobart. Photo by Pat Hines
Following is an excerpt from a letter submitted by Linda Vogel of Pomona, California: "I had a happy experience with the travel insurance company Generali Global Assistance (San Diego, CA, 800/874-2442;, from whom I had purchased insurance for a March 30-April 22 tour of Algeria, Tunisia and Malta that was subsequently canceled due to COVID-19. ..."
The most memorable trip I have taken is the tour “Exploring Iraqi Kurdistan,” from Adventures Abroad (Blaine, WA; 800/665-3998), April 13-21, 2013.
11-day/10-night tour of FRANCE, April 8 & Sept. 23, 2014. Longest walking day, nine miles.
The subscriber who wrote the letter “On Canceled Tours” (June ’13, pg. 26) was disappointed at not being able to take several tours with the company Adventures Abroad.
I was fascinated by the subscriber’s letter titled “South America for the Birds” (Jan. ’13, pg. 22), in which he recounted his tour “Guyana, Suriname & Trinidad” with Adventures Abroad. 
Part of Seoul’s Gyeongbokgung Palace.
From Buddhist temples to the DMZ — getting a glimpse at life in a country risen from the ashes of its war-torn past
After a 3-week tour (No. “CE-2”) of Central Europe in May ‘12 with Adventures Abroad (Blaine, WA; 800/665-3998), which was wonderful, my husband, Bob, and I flew from Prague to Venice on Air One ($100 for both tickets) for a 5-day stay.
In the last three years, my husband and I booked tours with Adventures Abroad, smarTours, Vantage Deluxe World Travel, Overseas Adventure Travel, Odysseys Unlimited and Road Scholar. The tours were each in the range of roughly $3,000-$5,000 per person.
The Christ Church (Christuskirche) in Windhoek, Namibia.
From the city to the bush — a journey of a lifetime begins (first of two parts)