Austin Adventures Travel Journals
An Inside Look at Austin Adventures
Wondering what an Austin Adventures vacation is really like? Discover the thrill of hiking through the Grand Canyon in route to Havasu Falls, riding horseback on a South African safari, or trekking lodge to lodge in Peru on your way to Machu Picchu. AA Staff members that have experienced these trips share their first-hand accounts with you here. More than just a listing of activities, you can explore these remote destinations with the authors through their photos and thoughts as they visit some of the most beautiful places on earth.
Ever cycled in Italia? If so, you are likely to remember the many hilltop towns…and of course the climbs to make it up there!
I’m excited to be on the maiden voyage for Austin Adventures' new Belize adventure trip!
It’s always easy to talk me into a tropical trip. When I got a call last March asking if I would be interested in joining a group of travelers to the Galápagos in June, it was a slam-dunk YES!
My Costa Rican Adventure began with a surprisingly easy trip from Billings to San Jose, where I spent the night at the beautiful Hotel Beacon.
This is the way to visit Peru! I just returned from our Machu Picchu Exclusive Lodge-to-Lodge First Ascent adventure. It was an exciting new trip that had been in the works for nearly a year.
Today we leave Zambia for Botswana. My wife Ronna and I are both very excited because we are going on our first safari trip. Plus, transferring camps is part of the adventure in adventure travel, as we are about to find out.
From the minute I arrived in Amsterdam, I knew that this would not be my only trip to Europe and I couldn't wait to return. There is just something special about it all. I am not sure if it is the warmth of the people or the extensive history or both.
In the last ten years I have had some very exciting adventures, but Havasupai was beyond my expectations… The Havasupai Canyon is one of 600 side canyons off the Grand Canyon. The name Havasupai translates to “the People of the Blue-Green waters.”