Leisure Group Travel magazine recently published an interview with me about how I started Zephyr Adventures 22 years ago and what its like to run a small tour company. I have thought for years the press covers fantastic travel destinations but leaves out one of the most interesting subjects: the behind-the-scenes aspects of the tour Continue Reading →
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We are an experienced, small-by-design, and unpretentious tour company that treats people as individuals, rather than just another number. We truly value each guest that comes on our tours.
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The Zephyr Travel Blog
A question I am often asked is: Am I fit enough to go on one of your adventures? On any one tour we always have a variety of fitness levels, and our tours are designed to accommodate that. Most tours are set up for ALL ability levels. Except for on a few, specified tours (like Continue Reading →
This post is courtesy of Karen Preston, the Zephyr guide on our Peru Inspirational Adventure this coming September 29 – October 5. If you would like to join the tour, please register soon as Inca Trail passes sell out months in advance. Our adventure last October in Peru was the most inspirational journey I have Continue Reading →
It might be short on facts and statistics but getting an article in the Wall Street Journal titled “Redesigned Rollerblades Worth Lacing Up” is a positive sign for the resurgence of inline skating. (You can read the entire article without a paywall on this site.) It is certainly true that the skates and wheels are Continue Reading →
Though everyone loves being on vacation, planning a vacation can feel quite overwhelming. To help overcome this hurdle, we’ve identified five common travel planning mistakes and how you can avoid them. Happy planning! Travel Planning Mistake #1 Only choosing to go to touristy places and/or going to a destination at the wrong time of year. Continue Reading →
We lost one of our beloved alumni earlier this year. Barry Haicken passed away on February 24 at his home in Florida after a four-year battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 72 years old. One of my most vivid memories of Barry and his wife Vivian was on the first day of one of the Continue Reading →
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