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Don Forster

General Manager, Central & South America - Born in Australia and raised in Canada and Papua New Guinea, Don took his first solo trip to Bali – aged just 13. Since then, Don’s travels have taken him to every continent. He’s been a backpacker in Asia, Europe and Egypt, an overland adventurer in East and Southern Africa, and an overland driver in South and Central America. He is especially fond of Peru, Patagonia and Namibia, though his longest adventure to date has been a London to Kathmandu run via the Middle East.

History Buffs Are Sure to Enjoy a Peru Vacation!

Peru is bursting with the ruins of old civilizations. Machu Picchu, which is now one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, is shrouded in mystery and legend, drawing curious travellers from across the globe. Sun-worshipping Incas, who emerged…

Northern Lights in Iceland

Iceland Tours: A Symphony of the Elements

Iceland, the magical island floating in the North Atlantic near the Arctic circle, contains such astonishing natural phenomena, that curious travellers from North America, Europe, and beyond have been flocking there in recent years in unprecedented numbers. One of the…

Peruvian Woman Walking with Child in Andes, South America

Top 5 Sites to Be Seen on South America Tours

Globetrotters looking for an ideal vacation, find there’s plenty of competition to grab their attention – all global destinations looking for the spotlight. As such, South America is home to some of the world’s most spectacular sites. Here is a…

Peruvian Ceviche with King Prawn, Peru

Eat Your Way Through a Peru Vacation

It’s not a secret anymore, Peru’s cuisine is a winner… a BIG winner! Peru has been chosen as the World’s Leading Culinary Destination for 2012, 2013, 2014, and once again, 2015, by World Travel Awards (WTA), regarded the “Oscars of…

Marinera Dancers in Front of the Basilica Cathedral in Lima, Peru

Top 5 Must-Dos in Lima, Peru

If you are planning a Peru vacation, a visit to Lima is a must! Once a gateway for gold leaving the new world to Spain, Lima is now a modern gateway to Machu Picchu, the Amazon, and Peru’s other gems.…

White Water Rafting in Costa Rica

Green Season Fun in Costa Rica

Take your “pura vida” experience to the next level with a green season Costa Rica vacation. The green (rainy) season runs from May to mid-November, bringing fewer crowds, lower rates, and abundant wildlife. Sunshine is still on offer despite afternoon…

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Seeing the Beauty in a Brazil Vacation

With the Summer Olympics and Paralympic Games being held this year, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil has been in the forefront of the news. Although not always for positive reasons, playing host this year to these world games, after hosting…

Don Forster - Family in Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

An Ecuador Vacation With the Family

An oft repeated statement you hear in the travel business when people return from a holiday is, “I need a holiday after my holiday!” Never so much is that statement true than when travelling with a young family. The itinerary…

Chilean Guanacos or Patagonian Llamas in the Grass Close to Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

Experience All the Highlights of Chile in 10 Days!

Are you craving a South American adventure? Chile, the long, thin country on the continent’s west coast, doesn’t often get attention it deserves as a vacation destination. If you’re fortunately headed for a Chile vacation for the first time but don’t…

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