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How to take the Best Travel Photos

1/6/2018 10:00 AM

On Safari in Botswana and Zambia

1/6/2018 1:00 PM

Egypt: Treasures of the Nile

1/13/2018 10:00 AM

Discovering Cuba

1/13/2018 1:00 PM

Hiking Hadrian's Wall and Antonine Wall in GB

1/20/2018 10:00 AM

Fair Trade Travel in Nepal

1/20/2018 1:00 PM

Beautiful, Budget Bali

1/27/2018 10:00 AM

Greek Islands

1/27/2018 1:00 PM

Footpaths of Scotland and West Highland Way

2/3/2018 10:00 AM

Southern Spain and Morocco

2/3/2018 1:00 PM

Southern Africa

2/10/2018 10:00 AM

Iceland: Geology, Mythology & Northern Lights

2/10/2018 1:00 PM

Spain's Camino de Santiago

2/17/2018 10:00 AM

Discover Zimbabwe on Safari

2/17/2018 1:00 PM

South Africa: Cities & Safaris

2/24/2018 10:00 AM

Guatemala: The Mystical Maya

3/10/2018 10:00 AM

Norte Camino de Santiago Coastal Trek

3/10/2018 1:00 PM

Fair Trade Travel in Chile

3/17/2018 10:00 AM

Kenya & Tanzania Safari

3/17/2018 1:00 PM

Packing a Carry-on like a Savvy Traveler!

3/24/2018 10:00 AM

Magical Ladakh India

4/7/2018 10:00 AM

Le Puy Camino de Santiago

4/7/2018 1:00 PM

Antarctica

4/28/2018 10:00 AM

Chile: Nature on a colossal scale

5/12/2018 10:00 AM

Balkans: Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovenia

5/19/2018 10:00 AM


Jim Nilsen Photography Tours
January 6
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Jim Nilsen Photography Tours
How to take the Best Travel Photos
Photo tips for Europe's most photogenic locations.

Jim and Magrit Nilsen of Photography Travel Tours will present a talk and slideshow showcasing some of the photographic highlights of Europe. Locations include Italy (Cinque Terre, Dolomites, Tuscany and Venice), Prague and the Czech Republic, Croatia and Slovenia, Portugal, the white horses of the Camargue and the lavender fields of Provence in the south of France. In addition to sharing these amazing locations they will also give you photographic tips for creating your own masterpieces.
 
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Worlds Away Safaris
January 6
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Worlds Away Safaris
On Safari in Botswana and Zambia
One of the world's largest expanses of sand, the Kalahari Desert, ironically hosts the Okavango Delta - an amazing water wonderland of lush green islands, reed-lined channels, and a diversity of life that includes Africa's most extraordinary birds, animals, fish, and plants. The Makgadikgadi Pan and Kalahari to the south nicely complements and contrasts the delta experience with wide open spaces that support an annual zebra migration and desert-adapted elephants, cheetah, black-maned lions, Sable, Meerkats, etc. Most people tend to venture into neighboring Zambia when in Livingstone to see Victoria Falls. Most safari-goers don't make it as far north as Kafue National Park or Liuwa plains to see sprawling flood plains interrupted only by palm islands. Wildlife is abundant amid a diversity of landscapes across the country, from the mountainous Lower Zambezi to South Luangwa's river valley dense with leopard and offering a new species of giraffe found only there (Thronicroft). The more remote camps in Botswana and Zambia will captivate first time safari-goers as well as impress those lured back by Africa's magic with exciting new terrain and an array of camp styles. The countries together offer more varied safari activities than many other destinations, i.e., waking safaris in South Luangwa, canoeing in the Lower Zambezi, Mokoro dugout "canoeing" and motor boating in the Okavango, and game drives throughout. Learn how to best access the key areas of Botswana and Zambia and options for combining safaris there with an exploration of Namibia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Malawi, and South Africa. An overview of safari types will be presented by Erica Varga, who in the 1990s worked on overland safaris in southern Africa. Erica is currently the owner / operator of Worlds Away Safaris.
 
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Archeo Adventures
January 13
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Archeo Adventures
Egypt: Treasures of the Nile
The Pharaohs, ancient temples and monuments, and legendary tombs of Egypt still draw us in millennia after this ancient civilization. Whether visiting the legendary Pyramids of Giza, diving in the Red Sea or cruising down the mighty Nile River, marveling at Tutankhamun's treasures, mosque-hopping in Islamic Cairo, taking a pilgrimage to important religious sites – Egypt has an adventure or two for every traveler. Join Genevieve Hathaway, Founder of ArchaeoAdventures Tours, on a photographic adventure through the very best Egypt has to offer. In this presentation, learn about traveling in Egypt, tips for making the most of your time in this fascinating country, why now is a great time to go, how Egypt has changed since the Arab Spring, and learn about Egypt's top experiences and sites.
 
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Global Family Travels
January 13
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Global Family Travels
Discovering Cuba
Looking for a bucket-list destination that offers your family the opportunity to have a fun and meaningful vacation, filled with lively cultural experiences they'll never forget? Then consider exploring Cuba and immersing your loved ones in its vibrant culture, music-filled streets, and outdoor recreation experiences. Join Global Family Travels, Founder and CEO, Jennifer Spatz as she shares her experiences, expertise, vibrant images, and practical advice on what you need to know to prepare for a family trip to Cuba! Immerse in Cuba's artistic culture as we discover and learn from people-to-people interactions at many of Cuba's Casas de la Culutura, which are community cultural centers throughout Cuba which foster various forms of artistic expression, and serve as venues for exhibitions and performing arts. Despite these travel policy changes, the good news for travelers dreaming of Cuba is that it is still an accessible destination! While individual people-to-people travel is ending, guided group people-to-people trips are permitted, and you can still support the Cuban people by engaging in meaningful exchanges with individuals in Cuba.
 
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Transformational Journeys
January 20
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Transformational Journeys
Hiking Hadrian's Wall and Antonine Wall in GB
Hadrian's Wall and the Antonine Wall were built over 1,800 years ago as defensive fortifications by the Romans stationed on the frontier of the empire. The more popular of the two, Hadrian's Wall, located in Northern England is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. It was built in AD 122, spans 117 kilometers (83miles) and can be followed on foot along the Hadrian's Wall Path. The trek along the old wall with its active archeological sites, museums, lively pubs, B&B's, and beautiful countryside has become popular as an adventure walker's destination. The Antonine wall, located in Scotland between the Firth of Forth and the Firth of Clyde represented the northernmost frontier fortification of the Roman Empire for only 20 years. It was built 20 years after Hadrian's Wall in AD 142 and spans 63 kilometers (39 miles). Unlike Hadrian's Wall, the ruins of the Antonine wall are less evident yet still profound and there are many historical and unique modern sites that you will see along the way.
Learn the history of these walls, walking routes, places to stay along the way, what to pack, when to go and more! Training insights will be provided for this physical adventure, so that you don't just survive your journey, you THRIVE!
 
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Travel Life Adventures
January 20
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Travel Life Adventures
Fair Trade Travel in Nepal
There are few places in the world that boast the diversity of landscapes and cultures you find in Nepal. From the jungle rain forest of Chitwan to roof of the world on the summit of Mt. Everest, this tiny country looms larger than life in the hearts and minds of all who visit. Come with us on a journey through the mighty Himalaya as we explore the ancient Sherpa culture and bask in the warmth and beauty of these loving people. Learn how travel and tourism can act as a catalyst for real positive change and what happens when local people are given the power to direct their own future. It is time for the travel industry to become a partner in empowerment instead of being a tool of degradation. You can be part of the travel revolution so come learn how!
 
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Imprint Tours
January 27
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Imprint Tours
Beautiful, Budget Bali
The island paradise of Bali has long been the traveler's jewel of Indonesia. Blessed with a stunning variety of natural beauty, a rich cultural heritage, welcoming locals, and wonderfully low prices Bali has been a favorite destination of Europeans and Australians for many years. In the coming years more and more Americans will discover its charms and allures. A small island of only 5600 square miles, Bali includes volcanic peaks, photogenic rice terraces, dramatic waterfalls, and some of the world's best beaches. Bali's cultural life is colorful, rich, accessible, and engaging. Traditional Balinese dance, music, and theater are available everywhere, the island is dotted with beautiful temples, and Balinese arts and crafts make it a shopping paradise. A traditional Hindu-Animist culture means visitors are safe and treated as honored guests. Finally, Bali is an incredible travel bargain for Americans. Join Reid Coen of Imprint Tours for a visual feast of Bali's enchanting highlights.
 
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Imprint Tours
January 27
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Imprint Tours
Greek Islands
The stunningly picturesque Greek islands have inspired mankind back to the time of Homer. This is nature at its most dramatic, visual best. Deep blue and turquoise seas contrasted by dramatically rugged coastlines, plunging cliffs, golden sand beaches, isolated coves, live volcanoes, and memorable sunsets. The human touch is equally attractive with characteristic "sugar-cube" architecture and blue-domed churches, gravity defying white-washed monasteries, photogenic windmills, crumbling fortresses, and villages that spread like white tissue paper atop hills. History has left a footprint as well with archeological sites from ancient Greek times and crusader fortresses to be explored. Come join Reid Coen of Imprint Tours on this visual "cruise" through the highlights of the Dodecanese and Cycladic islands.
 
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Transformational Journeys
February 3
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Transformational Journeys
Footpaths of Scotland and West Highland Way
Scotland is quickly becoming one of the more popular destinations for those who love to explore by foot. Sheri Goodwin of Transformational Journeys will share her latest trekking adventure along The West Highland Way, the most popular trek in Scotland, as well as share highlights of trekking The Arran Isle Coastal Path, the Orkney Isles and Isle of Skye.
Scotland's trails take the hiker past castles, ancient stone circles, Neolithic homes, and old pubs; as well as stunning views of the highlands, lochs, coastal cliffs, and the sea. Sightings of puffins, diving gannets, highland cows and dolphins make it easy to understand why Scotland trails are so popular.
You will not only learn about the treks Sheri took, but how to find the best trail for you. Scotland boasts 32+ options of long distance hikes ranging from 38km to 864km. Along the way hikers can stay in B&B's, small hotels or wild camp. Scotland has a trail for every type of hiker.
Come find out how to explore Scotland by foot, where to stay along the way, options for places to eat, packing tips, training tips and more.
 
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Archeo Adventures
February 3
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Archeo Adventures
Southern Spain and Morocco
Discover two enchanting countries, geographically separated by the Gibraltar Strait; yet intimately connected through their shared Moorish history. Join Genevieve Hathaway, Director of ArchaeoAdventures Tours, on a photographically stunning journey through the highlights of southern Spain and the best of Morocco. Southern Spain, often referred to as the Andalucía region, is rich in history and culture. Marvel at the spectacular architecture of Seville, Granada and Cordoba, heavily influenced by the North African Moors. Enjoy tapas crawls, flamenco, sherry, and stunning sandy beaches. Then it's across the Gibraltar Strait to the port town of Tangier, the northern tip of Morocco. Ancient medinas and towering mosques dominate city skylines. The mighty Sahara desert, white-capped rugged peaks of the High Atlas Mountains and turquoise waters of the Mediterranean provide breathtaking views. Explore Morocco's color-coordinated Imperial cities (Fez, Marrakech, Casablanca and Chefchaouen), get off the beaten path in the massive sand sea of the Sahara, listen to the melodious call to prayer echoing through towns, and dine on some of the best cuisine in North Africa. In this presentation, learn about the highlights from these two regions and the best ways to combine them in a trip.
 
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Worlds Away Safaris
February 10
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Worlds Away Safaris
Southern Africa
Southern Africa is host to some of the world's most unique places, i.e., the Skeleton Coast and Namib Desert of Namibia, the Okavango Delta and Makgadikgadi Pan of Botswana, and Victoria Falls in Zambia. The gateway to southern Africa, South Africa, should not be overlooked for wildlife, history, food, and culture. We will also peer into Malawi and Zimbabwe as time permits.
Key features and attractions will be highlighted along with best ways to combine travel between countries. We will look at a variety of camp styles to suit a range of budgets and personal preferences. Recommended safari routes will be discussed along with opportunities for self-exploration and small group travel.
Join Erica Varga of Worlds Away Safaris for an exploration of southern Africa.
 
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Crosscultural Journeys
February 10
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Crosscultural Journeys
Iceland: Geology, Mythology & Northern Lights
Iceland is a country of stark yet beautiful contrasts. In the dead of winter, there are 17 hours of dark night, yet it boasts one the planet's best natural fireworks, the Aurora Borealis, lighting up the sky in otherworldly colorful magnificence. Formed by volcanos and tectonic plates, the land can be harsh, yet it is home to towering fjords, spectacular waterfalls and steaming-hot clear spring lagoons. Currently known as a place that celebrates environmental protection and women's rights, it also has a strong religious history that stretches back to the first century AD. Scientifically minded, the Icelandic people retain a strong connection to the folklore and mythology that resonates in their landscapes and the culture. In every fjord and rock formation lurks a story and every legend still holds sway even in this modern world. Iceland manages to marry the ancient with the new, the myths with the contemporary, creating a cultural rich and geographically astounding experience.
 
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Transformational Journeys
February 17
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Transformational Journeys
Spain's Camino de Santiago
The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, began as one of the 3 major Christian Pilgrimage routes in the middle ages. It is alive and well today, walked by thousands of people from around the globe from varying cultures, languages, and belief systems. This fun, practical, and informative talk covers everything you will need to know to be successful on the Camino. Learn about way markings, where to stay, food along the way, packing, training for this 500-mile journey and more. There will be a question and answer session at the end. The talk will be presented by trek trainer and 3XPilgrim SHERI GOODWIN. Sheri has walked the Camino Frances, Camino Norte and Le Puy Camino as well as many other treks around the globe.
 
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Global Family Travels
February 17
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Global Family Travels
Discover Zimbabwe on Safari
Dreaming of the trip of a lifetime that offers your family the opportunity to have a fun and meaningful vacation, filed with immersive cultural and experience they will never forget? Then consider a family safari in Zimbabwe and immerse your loved ones in the natural beauty or it's diverse landscape, rich cultural heritage, several UNESCO World Heritage sites, diversity of activities, and serene, crowd free, abundant wildlife parks. Journey with Global Family Travels Africa Specialist, Kelly McCoy, as she shares amazing images and stories from her experiences visiting the natural wonders and spectacular views of Victoria Falls, Batoka Gorge, and the Zambezi River, and Hwange and Zambezi National Parks. Learn about the unique "Elephant Express" while discovering the extraordinary wildlife thriving in the Hwange National Park. During this seminar, you will also learn about one of the rarest species on the African continent, the Painted Dog, from Carrie Culp, Founder of the Painted Dog Research Trust USA. And hear about Global Family Travels itinerary and an incredible opportunity for you to serve on a conservation project with their NGO partner, the Painted Dog Research Trust -USA. And engage with biologist Dr. Greg Rasmussen, his team of conservationists and the community around Victoria Falls. Come and discover how you can make your dream of an immersive, crowd free and affordable safari adventure in Zimbabwe come true, while having a positive sustainable impact on the local communities that neighbor Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park.
 
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Global Family Travels
February 24
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Global Family Travels
South Africa: Cities & Safaris
Looking for a unique family learning experience while having a fun vacation in a transformational destination? Then consider an adventure to South Africa. Join Global Family Travels, Africa Specialist, Kelly McCoy as she shares her experiences, expertise, amazing images, and practical advice on what you need to know to prepare for a family trip to the Cities and Safaris of South Africa! Learn about the amazing history, culture and ancient tribal customs of South Africa's people while visiting the cosmopolitan cities of Cape Town and Johannesburg and rural communities that surround Kruger National Park. Experiencing the natural beauty of South Africa, encounter the thriving wildlife while on safari in Krueger National Park, and be awed by the pristine wetlands and wildlife of the Chobe National Park in Botswana.As well learn more about the Global Family Travels itinerary that creates an opportunity to
 
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Crosscultural Journeys
March 10
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Crosscultural Journeys
Guatemala: The Mystical Maya
The Mayan culture, with its misunderstood and largely forgotten empire, had its challenges. Like many empires, it ultimately collapsed due to the impact its economy had on the environment. But for centuries, it fostered spiritual and earthly values and practices that ensured humans, animals and plants coexisted in harmony not only with one another, but with the entire cosmos. Learning about the reciprocal relationships between humans and the Mayan deities was as common practice as it is to learn to count or read for our children today.

Cross Cultural Journeys invite you to join us next fall on our journey Guatemala: The Mystical Maya (November 6-18, 2018) as we take a deep dive into this fascinating and beautiful land and culture.
By joining this journey you will support Centro Taa' P'it, a Mayan-founded intercultural learning center, with an after school program using both 21st century technology and environmental education rooted in Mayan traditions and culture.
 
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Transformational Journeys
March 10
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Transformational Journeys
Norte Camino de Santiago Coastal Trek
Come discover the mystery of the Camino less traveled, the 500+ mile sojourn from Irun to Santiago along the picturesque northern coast of Spain that makes up the Camino Norte. Explore charming historical seaside towns, breathtaking coastal trails, white sandy beaches, and walks through fragrant Eucalyptus and Pine Tree forests as you experience this once in a lifetime trek.
The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is one of the historical Christian Pilgrimage routes from the Middle Ages. The most popular trail of the Camino de Santiago is the Camino Frances from St. Jean Pied de Port to Santiago. This popular trail attracts thousands of people from around the globe with varying cultures, languages, and belief systems.
With the growing popularity of the Camino Frances, today's pilgrims are looking to branch out to less crowded trails that also lead to Santiago. This northernmost route was used throughout history when the Camino Frances was too dangerous to walk. Today it is one of many official routes to Santiago used by those who love the ocean and those who prefer a more intimate, less crowded journey. Come find out about the less traveled Camino Norte from 3X Camino Pilgrim, Sheri Goodwin of Transformational Journeys and start planning your trip today. You will learn everything you need to know to be successful on this incredible adventure!
 
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Travel Life Adventures
March 17
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Travel Life Adventures
Fair Trade Travel in Chile
It was a simple moment, but one that defines our connection with this often misunderstood and mistreated country. We sat with a Mapuche family as they recounted the daily struggles of being an indigenous minority group in a country that often doesn't value their ancient culture. A simple question was asked: "How can we support you?" The response profound: "Tell our story. Share our culture. Bring people to sit with us and listen to our tales." The struggle of the Mapuche people to establish a voice in our modern world is just one of the many stories that plays out in Chile. Let us guide you as we share the opportunities to connect with these and many other unique and beautiful cultures across Chile. Whether deep in the high mountains of Patagonia or walking the wind-swept dunes of the Atacama Desert, Chile holds treasures beyond imagination. This is also the reason why it is paramount for travel and tourism to act as a partner to local and indigenous people instead of consuming and degrading their fragile way of life. Chile is calling. Will you answer?
 
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Wildland Adventures
March 17
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Wildland Adventures
Kenya & Tanzania Safari
Wildland Adventures Africa Program Director, Chris Moriarty will share experiences, amazing images and practical details on safari in Kenya and Tanzania's Mara-Serengeti ecosystem. Chris most recently spent a month in the region earlier this year and is eager to share insights on new camps, best routing and logistics to consider when planning a trip. Learn about the differences and major attractions that make the region special and the best ways to combine them including the range of accommodations that fit your travel style and budget from small mobile tent camps to intimate and luxurious safari eco lodges for individuals, small groups and families. You'll learn when to go to maximize your chances of amazing wildlife opportunities and authentic cultural experiences, how to pack and what to expect. We draw on extensive experience on the ground to help answer questions about how to create the best East African safari of your dreams. The presentation will conclude with Q & A session and some prizes.
 
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March 24
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Packing a Carry-on like a Savvy Traveler!
All the Packing tips you need to make your travels easier and less stressful and still have everything at your fingertips!

Petra and Alexandra Rousu have visited more than 65 countries combined and will share their experience in packing light and still be in style with everything you need in a carry-on size. Your will learn
  • how to select the best luggage for your trip,
  • how to built a travel wardrobe that gets you from touring during the day to a formal dinner in the evening,
  • safety and security tips,
  • how to stay healthy during your travels,
  • and how to do it all in style and comfort

All in all you will walk away with many practical tips for packing and less wrinkles! $5.00

Join us for a fun seminar and enjoy a glass of Mimosa while you are shopping!
 
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Global Family Travels
April 7
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Global Family Travels
Magical Ladakh India
Looking for a unique family learning experience while having a fun vacation in a magical destination? Then consider a journey to India's Ladakh region and experience some of India's grandest wonders such as the Taj Mahal and New Delhi along the way. Once an independent Buddhist kingdom at the crossroads of vital trade routes between China and the Middle East, Ladakh, often called "Little Tibet" or "Land of the Broken Moon," is one of the last places in the world where the Buddhist way of life is unrepressed. Join Global Family Travels' Founder and CEO, Jennifer Spatz as she shares her expertise and vibrant images of the region along with practical advice on what you need to know to prepare for a trip to Ladakh! Learn more about Global Family Travels Ladakh: Learn, Serve & Immerse itinerary, which includes the opportunity to contribute meaningfully in the village of Stok by living, working and learning with a host Ladakhi family, and to participate in a community service project with students from the Siddhartha School Project. During the home-stay part of our tour, your family will be immersed in the Ladakhi communal culture and gain a deep understanding of the Buddhist culture and traditions of this stunning region.
 
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Transformational Journeys
April 7
1:00 PM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Transformational Journeys
Le Puy Camino de Santiago
The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is one of the historical Christian Pilgrimage routes from the Middle Ages. The most popular trail of the Camino de Santiago is the Camino Frances from St. Jean Pied de Port in France to Santiago, Spain. This popular trail attracts thousands of people from around the globe who have varying cultures, languages, and belief systems. However, there are many other routes to Santiago.
The Le Puy Camino route also known as the Via Podensis or Chemin de St. Jacques de Compostelle, is a beautiful 457 mile pilgrimage. This route is becoming a popular trail with the local French people and veteran pilgrims who have already accomplished the Camino Frances. Starting in the breathtaking town of Le Puy en Velay, the route threads its way through volcanic hills of the Velay region. Trekkers traverse farmlands with deep valleys and rolling hills, cross high plateaus and finally arrive at the foothills of the Pyrenees in the remarkable town of St. Jean Pied de Port. This adventure will take you through many of the most beautiful historic villages in France.
Preview this lovely hike and learn the "How To's" with Sheri Goodwin and Marcia Shaver, who both walked this way in the spring and summer of 2016.
 
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Wildland Adventures
April 28
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Antarctica
Descriptions Coming soon
 
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Wildland Adventures
May 12
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Chile: Nature on a colossal scale
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Wildland Adventures
May 19
10:00 AM
 
112 5th Ave. S.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-877-225-1994
 
Balkans: Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovenia
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