Woman kayaking in the Kenai Fjords

Glacier Kayaking in Kenai Fjords National Park

Kayaking through the narrow inlets of the Kenai Fjords feels like stepping back in time. While the rugged landscape is remote and nearly inaccessible in some areas, people have been traveling these waterways for over a thousand years. The Sugpiaq people (also known as Alutiiq) learned to master the ever-changing Alaskan seasons by embracing the sea. They hunted, fished, and …

Wildebeest at Dusk from Tanzinia Camping Safari

What is a Camping Safari?

A traditional African safari conjures up images of traveling across the vast grasslands of Tanzania hunting exotic and dangerous animals. But this is an outdated notion. Currently, safaris are more about shooting pictures then they are about shooting game. It’s about conservation, education, and the experience of getting up close and personal with the wildest of wildlife. There are many …

Grizzly Bears of Katmai National Park

Grizzly Bears of Katmai National Park

Travelers from all over the world flock to Alaska’s Katmai National Park and Preserve to see the untamed beauty of a land formed by fire and ice. From the deep valleys and lakes carved out of the ground by glaciers to the towering peaks of active volcanoes, this park is a true wonder of the natural world. But its rugged …

Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda

Adventure Travel is the New Normal

Changing the Game Big changes are happening within the travel community. From the popularity of AirBnB to volunteer programs like Workaway, travelers are shifting away from high-end hotels and cookie cutter cruises. Adventure travel is becoming the new normal, and even large companies like MSN.com and The Active Times are taking notice. MSN.com writes, “A new study by the Adventure …

Slave Cabin at Whitney Plantation

The LA Times Loves Our Cajun Tours! Swamps, Plantations and More!

We are so thrilled that the LA Times featured our Cajun Tours in their Travel Section. Author Ann Harnagel covers some of the amazing activities we offer on our 4 day “Ultimate Cajun Country Adventure”. Take a look at the article here! Unique Activities We spent years scouting out activities that feature the best of Cajun Country. We take great …

Cajun Tours

Gondwana’s Cajun Tours in The Chicago Tribune!

We are proud to announce that Gondwana’s Cajun Tours were highlighted in the Chicago Tribune’s Travel section, alongside other recommended adventures in their “Travel Tidbits” column. Check out the article here.  It is an honor for us to be included in this esteemed publication and highly curated list of tour operators. Author Phil Marty writes that we “pack huge doses …

Achuar Tribe

The Achuar Tribe: Family & Conservation

Traveling with Family & Friends Usually the best recommendations come from personal experiences. We’re lucky that Patch writer Phyllis has recommended Gondwana’s Ecuador Amazon Adventure based on her life-changing encounter. Her essay, Lessons from the Achuar Tribe is a beautiful tribute to the tribe’s environment and way of life. Additionally, traveling with 3 generations of her family created a memorable …

Gondwana’s Louisiana Tours Featured in the Washington Post!

Less than a year after creating our Louisiana tour packages, travel writer Diane Daniel interviewed our CEO and founder Jared Sternberg for an article in the Washington Post. This feature gives readers a personal perspective as to why he created these unique ecotours and what makes them so much different than other tours on the market. Read the Washington Post …