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Soaring from new heights might leave your heart at the start but will also give you heavenly perspective for the destination and yourself when you let go and live, even if only for an hour from mountain top to smooth landings. Travel Pro Lisa will have you seeing St Lucia and the Caribbean like never before.


National Geographic is not just for voyeurs. Our Travel Pros have reached incredible depths to dizzying heights while visiting some of the most famous natural sites on our planet. Adventurist Travel Pro Alana lights the way with G Adventures in Central America.


There’s a first time for everything. Adventure and exploration can start with something as simple as splashing into Caribbean waters. Just about every destination we visit around the world is but a tiny neighbour to the planets greatest resource, the ocean! From the dark Dead Sea to jaw-dropping turquoise waters of the Caribbean, Jump In! The world’s oceans are always calling you to play. Travel Pro Paulette takes the plunge with her destination wedding group in Punta Cana.


Retired Travel Pro Louise is always up for the challenge of trying something NEW! From the jungles by land to scuba diving at sea in Mexico, from white-water rafting in Canada to Costa Rica, from volunteering with sea turtles to injured and orphaned elephants Africa.. well, you name it, she’s probably done it. You don’t have to be retired to turn on your A-Game, that’s ‘A’ for adventure! Show us what you got and we’ll put you in ‘drive’.


Travel Pro Brian takes it one step at a time on the 2200+ year old Great Wall of China. The claim of this extraordinary man-made construction being visible from the moon has been debunked many times but is still ingrained in popular culture and worth every mile in the air to get to, for every step you climb on the ground.


Re-tired elementary school principle maybe, but definitely not tired world explorer, sportier and foodie! Travel Pro Fred enjoys what has been the primary form of transportation in Venice since the 12th century until speedboats roared into the canals in the late 20th. Touristy or not, your visit to Venice isn't complete until you take one of these time-honored water taxis for a spin.