A pioneer in offering challenging and flexible ecotourism excursions, Adventure Life continues to garner superior reviews from numerous travel, lifestyle, and business publications, as well as broadcast networks. The agency’s tours have been featured in such esteemed publications as the National Geographic Traveler, The New York Times, and Travel + Leisure. For multiple years, agency founder Brian Morgan has been recognized with inclusion in Travel + Leisure’s “A-List: World’s Top Agents” for his expertise in travel to the Galápagos and Peru.
Among recent reviews, Forbes Magazine touted Adventure Life’s Northern Lights outing and Polar Bear Safari in the article “6 Thrilling Adventures for Facebook’s New Millionaires.” During this trip, vacationers are transported by charter jet to the Arviat Polar Bear Cabins for a two-day stay. Local Inuit tribesman then guide participants to close-up encounters with area bears and attempt to locate a 400,000-head caribou herd. Sunsets and evenings provide spectacular views of the region’s renowned natural light show.
MSNBC.com and Budget Life have featured Adventure Life’s Antarctic cruise in the article “10 Natural Wonders to See Before They Disappear.” This cruise, undertaken on a former oceanographic vessel, navigates the Drake Passage and Antarctic Peninsula. During its course, voyagers are treated to encounters with whales, penguins, icebergs, and a land departure to an active scientific research station.
In its article “R&R Challenges for the Camouflage Set,” The New York Times Travel magazine identifies a recent trend among younger military veterans who have been asking about and booking high-adrenaline activities such as white-water rafting and kayaking. Adventure Life was mentioned in the article as a good travel provider for soldiers on leave looking for a fun challenge.