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Peru Budget Adventure Travel from Canada | Budget Adventure Travel

Peru Budget Adventure Travel from Canada | Budget Adventure Travel

| October 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

A visit to Peru is on the bucket list of most people. Peru is a very large country and home to one of the most diverse and spectacular natural and man-made wonders of the world. However, one of the biggest challenges faced by Canadians is the prohibitive airfare cost to most places in South America. While […]

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Donde Esta Carol (finding lost love in Costa Rica) | Budget Adventure Travel

Donde Esta Carol (finding lost love in Costa Rica) | Budget Adventure Travel

| August 18, 2018 | 9 Comments

Once upon a time, when I was young(er), I was absolutely smitten by one of the most beautiful girls I had ever seen. She was from Costa Rica. We met in Central New Jersey. At a KFC location. After initial courtship, we set a date for dinner. The date never took place. Dinner never happened. […]

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Costa Rica Rainforest Vacation Adventure Tour 2| Budget Adventure Travel

| July 19, 2018 | 3 Comments

If you are reading this post first time, I suggest you first read Part 1 of this story. If you are seeking a family oriented adventure Eco Tour Vacation and Excursion in Costa Rica Atlantic on a budget , Budget Adventure Travels recommends the Rainforest Adventures Costa Rica Lodge. The lodge is also an excellent option […]

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Costa Rica Rainforest Vacation Adventure Tour | Budget Adventure Travel

| June 9, 2018 | 2 Comments

Once upon a time, when I was younger, I was absolutely smitten with one of the most beautiful girls I had ever seen. She was from Costa Rica. We met in Central New Jersey. At a KFC location. After initial courtship, we set a date for dinner. The date never took place. Dinner never happened. […]

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Nazca Lines of Peru | Budget Adventure Travel

| January 20, 2018 | 12 Comments

Once you travel through Peru, you realize this is a land full of enchanting and mysterious destinations. Like the mysterious Nazca Lines. I had read about it in one of those unsolved mysteries of the world. No one knows for certain why and how these lines were drawn. Some claim it was a sort of […]

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Aurora Borealis Northern Lights Video | Budget Adventure Travel

| August 13, 2017 | 1 Comment

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Navigating with Columbus in Santo Domingo | Budget Adventure Travel

Navigating with Columbus in Santo Domingo | Budget Adventure Travel

| January 31, 2017 | 2 Comments

[Comments/Responses from readers greatly appreciated] August 28th, 2011 In August 2011, we set forth on a week-long all-inclusive vacation in Samana, Dominican Republic from Calgary. These are the stories from this trip. The following images are of the wonderful suite we got. Very clean, warm water always, and top quality room service. We took a […]

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7 ridiculously easy ways how I saved $$$$$$$ and time on Budget Adventure Travel | Money Saving Tips

| January 19, 2017 | 15 Comments

[Prologue: Several readers asked me about the total trip for this travel. I crunched all numbers and the total cost was approximately, CAD $4,500 for two adults. This includes all airfare, ground transportation, lodging, food, tours, and gifts. The trip itinerary was Calgary -> Miami -> Quito – > Amazon Jungle -> Quito -> Bogota […]

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The hunt for El Dorado | Budget Adventure Travel

The hunt for El Dorado | Budget Adventure Travel

| December 14, 2016 | 2 Comments

Jan 05, 2012 Acknowledgement: My sincere gratitude to the Seccion Consular Embajada de Colombia en Ottawa for profiling this blog post on their bulletin Legend has it that two adventurers departed from Quito in 1541 to search for the elusive City of El Dorado (Golden City). Inspired by this story, we decided to set sail on […]

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Journey to the middle of the earth | Budget Adventure Travel

Journey to the middle of the earth | Budget Adventure Travel

| December 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

January 03, 2012 (Mitad Del Mundo) We started out on a day tour of natural sites outside of Quito. First stop was at the Pululahua Volcanic Crater west of Quito city limits. We were lucky to get there just in time before the cloud settled over the mountain. This is still a dormant volcano that […]

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