Austin Adventures – Recent Press Highlights
Hike With a Guide: Treks Totally Worth Paying For - The Active Times
How to Plan a Family Vacation That’s Fun for All - Urban Family
Luxury Getaways for Much Younger Travelers – CNN Money
Waterfall Jumping is the New Cliff Diving - Outside Online
4 Budget-Friendly North American Destinations You Should Visit… - The Active Times
All in the Family – HCP Live
Top Vacations for Fitness Fanatics – The Active Times
Resolution: Renewal - Delta Sky
Access granted: Accommodating special-needs travelers – Travel Weekly
5 Ways to Stay Fit on Vacation – U.S. News & World Report
A Gift of Travel Can Surprise – The Boston Globe
The Multigenerational Family Vacation – The Wall Street Journal
World’s Greatest Dream Trips – Travel + Leisure
Nicaragua Autentica – Delta Sky
The Evolution of Adventure Vacations - The Active Times
South Africa for Families – Recommend
CrossFit, Kayaks, and Big Sky: one Adrenalized Vacation – Men’s Journal
Big Sky Spotlight – Meet Kasey Austin – Montana Magazine
Austin-Lehman Adventures is recognized as the #2 Tour Operator in the world by Travel + Leisure Magazine
A family adventure in the Canadian Rockies by Steve Jermanok
Austin-Lehman Adventures has made National Geographic Traveler’s 50 Tours of a Lifetime with their ground breaking Cuba tour. See the whole story > 2012 National Geographic Traveler’s 50 Tours of a Lifetime
Austin-Lehman Adventures is proud to be the recipient of the 2012 Outside Magazine Hall of Fame Travel Awards, recognized for being one of the first U.S. adventure travel companies to offer Cuba tours.
2012 World’s Best Value for “Tour Operator and Safari Outfitters by Travel + Leisure
The word is out and Austin-Lehman couldn’t be happier to hear that the readers of Travel+Leisure have recognized us as a 2012 World’s Best Value for “Tour Operator and Safari Outfitters” …the only multi-destination Tour and Safari Operator to earn this distinction.
Spain: Take a spin through La Rioja’s wine country by The Los Angeles Times
Pedal to vineyards and medieval towns in northern Spain on a seven-day bicycle tour of La Rioja. The rural countryside, villages and castles in the foothills of the Pyrenees are the stars of this trip, which features easy hikes and five to 30 miles a day on a bike (easy to slightly difficult terrain).
The Global Vision Awards winners, selected by our panel of expert judges, offer journeys that enrich the destinations you travel through.
Corporate Innovation winner Austin-Lehman Adventures – What to do with 120 used bikes in need of replacement? The lazy might trash them, and the thoughtful might donate them, but Austin-Lehman owner Dan Austin did something else entirely. He brought them to Ngoma, Namibia—where the company operates a luxury wildlife tour—and helped locals turn them into a rental and repair business, cleverly housing it in the bikes’ shipping container. The shop became self-sufficient within 10 months, inspiring Austin to create the nonprofit Wheels of Change. The benefits are significant: 10 million bikes are discarded annually in the United States, and each can give someone in the developing world vital access to water, schools, jobs, and medical facilities.
Taming the Wild by Private Clubs
Hearing that Austin-Lehman Adventures had just resurrected its trip to Glacier spoke to the explorer in me, and the company’s promise of expert guides to show me the top spots, supply good food and bikes for the road, and wrangle scenic lodging every night sold me.
Adventures, With Children by The Wall Street Journal
Good news for parents who start twitching at the first note of “It’s a Small World”: Adventure outfitters have been busy introducing new, family-friendly adventure outings and resurrecting similar itineraries they cut during the recession. From a rafting trip in Costa Rica to a campout on the Galapagos Islands, here’s a sampling of ways to keep your gang’s adrenaline going. And you thought your wild days were over.
It’s Play Time! by Celebrated Living
One of two new family-focused national-park trips from Austin-Lehman Adventures, the six-day Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks Adventure visits hoodoos, hanging gardens, and waterfalls in the company of guides known to surprise guests with fresh-churned ice cream on the trail. Their Yosemite trip offers rock climbing, rappelling, and hiking among sequoias
Put the Groms on Belay by Outside Online and Outside Magazine
Want to explore Yosemite but have extra baggage? Take the kids and sample some of the park’s best adventures on Austin-Lehman Adventures’ new family-friendly trip. Kids as young as seven will learn the basics of climbing—how to tie figure-eight knots and rappel—in Yosemite Valley’s Curry Village.
Mild to Wild by Ken Alpine
Play in the Wilds of Chile and Argentina -Patagonia is wilderness at its best, and Austin-Lehman Adventures takes you through this land of alpine lakes, Andean peaks, sweeping vistas, surreal blue glaciers, and serene solitude over 10 days in multisport style — by foot, bike, horseback, kayak, and ice trek (over the Perito Moreno Glacier).
Bike Tour of Holland by USA Today
Explore Holland for five days from the seat of a bicycle with Austin-Lehman Adventures on the Netherlands Bike Tour. Travel from Amsterdam to Noordwijk and ride along coastal bike paths.
Exoctic Destinations for Baby Boomers by Today Show
Find out the top springbreak adventure travel destination recommended by Travel + Leisure International Editor Mark Orwoll