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  • London to Oxford by Boat

    From London to Oxford on the Thames is now available as a QuietGuide. Tour Provider Malcolm Hawkins is a musician and writer who has lived in London, and in Oxfordshire, and has made many trips on the river Thames. He tells us that, “There is no river on earth with more history. Of the millions…

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  • Take a Hike!

    Newfound Gap Road And The Great Smoky Mountains is now available as a QuietGuide. The 30-mile Newfound Gap Road is the most popular route through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, providing access to scenic vistas, including the 360-degree views from the Smokies’ highest peak, Clingman’s Dome. Along the way are opportunities for easy hikes,…

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  • New Tour of a Popular Town

    Sedona: Center of Arizona’s Red Rock Country is now available as a QuietGuide. A year-round vacation destination tucked into a national forest, Sedona is about 100 miles south of the Grand Canyon. More than four million visitors tour this picturesque little town each year, some as day trippers, but most as overnight guests at one…

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  • Hungry?

    According to our Production Manager, “This tour will make you hungry!” Maria LiberatiĀ is a former model turned celebrity chef and bestselling author of “The Basic Art of Italian Cooking.” She hasĀ been featured in many international magazines due to her expertise in food and unusual travel destinations. Maria divides her time between the United States and…

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  • Vacation Planning

    It’s Sunday afternoon and I wonder how many other people are planning their vacation? We always heard this popular destination was just for students, but travel writer John Clites has authored Fort Lauderdale: More Than Spring Break! and we’re ready to explore. John tells us that “Situated in the heart of Florida’s Gold Coast, Fort…

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  • VisualTravelTours in the News

    If you haven’t recently visited our site, you’ll find a couple of new video interviews. The first one is from Around The World Travel Radio. And there’s an interview about how VTT originated. In case you’d like to tune in for ongoing travel news, here’s a bit about the radio program: Around the World was…

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  • Beer Anyone?

    Last night, while sipping fabulous wine at the Canary Hotel (downtown Santa Barbara) we noticed a tray of 4 beer glasses passing by, again and again…tempting all in sight. Oops…had we forgotten that Oktoberfest starts in September? Lets catch up with all those on their way, or who want to plan for next year, or…

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  • Adventure in the Sea of Cortez

    Just 100 miles from the southwestern border of the United States, Las Animas Wilderness Retreat on the shores of the Sea of Cortez, “Mexico’s Galapagos,” is so remote you must take a small plane and then a boat to reach it. World-class fishing (some say the best in the world), snorkeling, whales, dolphins, birds, yurt-living,…

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  • Tour of Florianopolis: Brazil’s Paradise Island

    When most people think of a Brazilian vacation, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo are the two best-known destinations. But a short flight away is Florianopolis, a holiday gem that has yet to be discovered by tourists outside of South America. With over 100 white sandy beaches – large and small – this island is…

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  • Washington D.C. With A Guide You Can Hear

    Anybody know how many kids with iPods or cell phones visit our national capital? It’s got to be a big number. And do they hear all the docents? Now they can have a personal guide in the palm of their hand! Washington D.C.’s National Mall is available in audio/video and QuietGuide formats, written and photographed…

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