Five Myths About the Galapagos Islands

USA Today March, 2016

"The Galapagos Islands, which lie in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Ecuador, have some of the most unique wildlife in the world, from giant tortoises to vast colonies of seabirds. Visited by Charles Darwin in 1835, the extraordinary animals were the basis for his Theory of Natural Selection. The wildlife is real, but the logistics and cost of traveling around these remote islands are perhaps the last remaining myths about the Galapagos Islands."

Galapagos Islands Vacation

Border crossing: whitewater rafting in Hells Canyon, US

The Guardian March, 2016

"A five-day rafting and camping trip in dazzling Oregon and Idaho, along the deepest canyon in North America, was the perfect adventure challenge for our devil-may-care writer."

A Week of Whales, Water, Wildlife in Baja California

Star-Telegram March, 2016

"Booked through ROW Adventures in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and its sister company, Sea Kayak Adventures, this popular wildlife adventure combines sea kayaking in the Loreto Bay National Marine Park in the Sea of Cortez with whale watching in Magdalena Bay."

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/living/travel/article65249487.html#storylink=cpy"

Cuba Unbound

Virginia Living March, 2016

"Kimberley Lovato travels to this enigmatic place, where she kayaks on the Bay of Pigs and in Ciénaga de Zapata National Park, the Caribbean’s largest wetlands, explores Trinidad and Havana, and discovers there’s a lot to learn, and love, about this long-shuttered country on the verge of transformation."

Cuba Unbound: Adventure Tour

Whale Magic in Magdalena Bay

What a Trip March, 2016

"The full-throttled leap of a female Pacific gray whale was heard before it was seen from our small panga bobbing in the lagoon. Her giant splash reverberated through the shallow waters of Magdalena Bay like a meteor exploding into Earth. We are close enough to the hulking mammal to see the barnacles on her back and feel the spray from her blow hole. Her month old baby floats beside her. Our three day whale watching adventure is just beginning and yet, it has already exceeded my expectations!"

Top 30 Adventure Travel Companies

About.com February, 2016

"ROW Adventures, which started as a whitewater rafting company specializing in trips on Idaho and Montana rivers more than 30 years ago, is now a dynamic adventure travel company with an eclectic collection of trips worldwide. Choices range from soft adventures to wilderness camping expeditions."

4 Resorts for Single Parents and Their Kids

Families Go! February, 2016

"Here are the four deals we found for this year for solo parents traveling with their kids."

5 Great Adventures for Spring & Summer

The Adventure Post February, 2016

"It’s the dead of winter—that time when we gaze over our computers, look out the window (if we’re lucky enough to have a window), and dream of escaping on our next adventure. To help stoke your dreams, here are five excellent trips in the United States and abroad…"

Where CEOs Meet

Mountain Magazine Magazine February, 2016

"At the more secluded River Dance Lodge, along the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River in Kooskia, CEOs and leadership teams can relax in a tranquil and beautiful wilderness setting. Highlights of this unique property include eight handcrafted log cabins that can hold up to 56 guests, three glamping tents, and Syringa Cafe with its West Dining Room that is usable as meeting space. Situation in the Wild & Scenic River Corridor, River Dance Lodge is the perfect launching point for hiking, biking and whitewater rafting, and trails nearby lead to hot springs, horseback riding in the Bitterroot Mountains, and fly fishing."

Sea Kayaking Adventure to Danzante Island

What a Trip February, 2016

"As our plane descended into Loreto, Mexico the Sierra de la Giganta mountain range, Isla Carmen and Danzante Islands came into view. After a quick overnight in the sleepy fishing village of Loreto, we were off to begin our week long sea kayaking and whale watching vacation with Row Sea Kayak Adventures. Our group of 10 came from all walks of life; a father and son, two former Outward Bound employees, an active adventure couple, three friends who had met previously on a whale watching trip in the Azores and me. While we all had different levels of kayaking experience, our common bond of wanderlust and adventure bound us together over the next eight days."