Yearly Archives: 2019

Best Multigenerational Trips in South America

Best Multigenerational Vacations South America

There’s no better gift than the gift of travel and shared adventures. Here at Knowmad Adventures, a company dedicated to creating custom travel experiences in South America, we believe that travel makes better people, and better people make a better and more compassionate world. We also know that travel and shared experiences bond people together

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Season’s Greetings: To the Journey Ahead!

Knowmad Adventures South America Trips

Pictured above, upper left photo: Krista Erdahl, Carmen Mancino, Renee Davies, Tara Harvey, Jordan Harvey, Amanda Bjorge, Kayli Kirkegaard, Jena Davison, Lisa Kellenberger (not pictured: Colin Bennett, Dan Luedke, Elizabeth O’Brien, Nikki Fox) As summer fades to fall and fall to winter, we’re reminded to take a step back and reflect on our past year.

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Travel + Leisure A-List Award Winner!

Knowmad Adventures Travel Leisure A List

We’re beyond excited to announce Jordan’s recognition on the 2019 Travel + Leisure A-List – a collection of the world’s top travel advisors – for the 7th year in a row! As with every big accomplishment, it takes a village: for Jordan (and Knowmad) it’s the combination of like-minded travelers and a rockstar team of

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What is the best Antarctica Cruise for Me?

Antarctica Custom Trips

Antarctica is unlike any other destination in the world: a vast expanse of nearly untouched, pristine wilderness, striking blue glaciers, and incredible marine wildlife. Once you’ve decided to travel to Antarctica, the question then becomes “What’s the best Antarctica cruise for me?” What are the options, and where do you begin? How can you seamlessly

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Beyond Machu Picchu: Explora Sacred Valley, Luxury Hotel in Peru

Explora Sacred Valley Knowmad

Unless stated otherwise, the images or videos used in this blog post belong to Explora The Sacred Valley is often overlooked; sometimes folded into itineraries as a region to traverse on your way to the infamous Machu Picchu or merely a place to acclimatize before a trek on the Inca Trail. Truly the cultural and

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