PAPUA NEW GUINEA wants to know: What’s your tribe?

Win a trip to one of the world’s last great undiscovered destinations by showing your colors The second largest island in the world, Papua New Guinea, is a place of superlatives. Located just north of Australia and larger than California, PNG is home to an incredible array of natural wonders, exotic wildlife and experiences like hiking remote jungle trails, cruising the mighty Sepik river, … [Read more...]

Make a Splash in Bora Bora This December!

Imagine the world’s most gorgeous lagoon with world-class watersports, beach parties, Tahitian culture... and you!     … [Read more...]

Cycle SPAIN and PORTUGAL with the experts at Pure Adventures!

Take a two-wheeled, self-guided tour past Mediterranean beaches, colorful coastal villages, vineyards and epic landscapes that have inspired everyone from Roman traders to Salvador Dali. Maybe you're next! Click here for details. … [Read more...]

Roc On! At CANADA’S Festival d’été de Québec

This year, Canada’s largest music festival turns 45, and Quebec City is pulling out all the stops with a brilliantly eclectic line-up ranging from Aerosmith to The Wailers. It’s a pretty tough act to follow: Take a 400 year-old walled city with a historic core that’s an architectural marvel, mix it with 11 days of city-wide concerts, more than 1,000 artists, over one million festival-goers … [Read more...]

Run, Don’t Walk to Havana’s Annual Marathon This November

The 2012 Marabana Havana Marathon gives Americans the chance to run side by side with Cubans and an international crew of amateur and top runners. The political rhetoric surrounding Cuba is always hotter than a habañero chili, but one fact is indisputable: Cuba is an amazing destination and it’s easier to go now for Americans than it has been for a decade. … [Read more...]

San Francisco Home To This Year’s Most Memorable Memorial Day Weekend

The Golden Gate Bridge Turns 75 and the City by the Bay is Celebrating It’s not often you get to celebrate the birthday of a world-famous icon (and no, we don’t mean Adele, besides her birthday was May 5). This Memorial Day weekend, something indeed memorable is taking place in one of our favorite cities. San Francisco’s iconic … [Read more...]

Tadasana Festival of Yoga & Music Scheduled for Earth Day Weekend

Celebrate Earth Day this weekend in Santa Monica, Calif., at an alternative to Coachella that won’t leave your ears ringing and energy zapped. Mat men and women looking for an alternative to Coachella Round 2 as a way of celebrating Earth Day this weekend have a pretty amazing opportunity: The Tadasana Festival of Yoga & Music. Scheduled for Earth Day  weekend Friday April 20 – Sunday, … [Read more...]

Gauguin Exhibit Brings Polynesia To The Pacific Northwest

There’s still time to catch "Gauguin & Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise" at the Seattle Art Museum A part of Polynesia was transported to the Pacific Northwest in February with the arrival of the only US stop of the exhibit Gauguin & Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise. This landmark exhibit at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) highlights the complex relationship the famed painter had with his … [Read more...]

Photo of the Week: A Hawaiian Sacred Spot

Shielded by the highest sea cliffs in the world, Molokai’s Kalaupapa peninsula has shed its dark past but retained its natural beauty. Wandermelon’s Eric Hiss recently had the opportunity to visit Kalaupapa National Historic Park on the island of Molokai’s north shore. Called “the most Hawaiian island” for its ability to avoid much of the modern malaise that affects other Hawaiian … [Read more...]

Undiscovered NICARAGUA: Our new self-guided trip coming soon!

What you'll see: Colonial cities, endless beaches, intact nature and a vibrant local culture all ready to be experienced at a value price thanks to our inside knowledge and curated itineraries. Questions? Check in with our Travel Advisor today! … [Read more...]