Leopard in South Africa Photograph by Gerald Hinde, Getty Images Families can track leopards in South Africa with a tour offered by &Beyond.
Mostar, Bosnia Photograph courtesy O.A.R.S. This bridge over the Neretva River in Mostar, Bosnia, known to locals as the Stari (short for Stari Most, “the old bridge”) was destroyed by war in 1993, but then rebuilt with the help of the international community. This is part of a tour offered by the outfitter O.A.R.S.
Lindblad Expeditions gets you to Oregon’s Multnomah Falls. Photograph by Jed Weingarten, National Geographic Stock Map By Margaret Loftus United States: Rivers Wild Carving through more than 100 miles of the largest federally designated wilderness area in the lower 48 states, the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, in Idaho, is prime family-rafting territory. Natural hot springs, pioneer homesteads, Indian
In Poland, tour Warsaw’s Castle Square, site of historical demonstrations and uprisings, with Exeter International. Photograph by Cotton Coulson & Sisse Brimberg, Keenpress Map By Margaret Loftus Bosnia and Herzegovina: Rafting Trifecta Home to the rugged Dinaric Alps, one of the last primeval forests in Europe, and white water galore, Bosnia is heaven for adrenaline junkies. This adventure combines Class
Participants in an REI Adventures tour in Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park soak up the spectacular setting and team up with park rangers to help repair trails. Photograph by Heiko Meyer, laif/Redux Map By Margaret Loftus Uruguay: Sip and Surf Uruguay has edged up on many a bucket list in recent years as word gets out about its unspoiled
Bikers on an Exodus Travels tour often see scenes like this Sherpa and yak in Nepal’s Khumbu, near Everest. Photograph by HP Huber/Huber/SIME Map By Margaret Loftus Iran: Behind the Headlines Since GeoEx first dipped its toe in Iran 19 years ago, its tour business here has remained brisk despite the news stories coming out of Tehran. Returning clients regularly