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Wanderland’s trips follow what Lasseter calls “The Bubble of Perfect Climate.” The programs are designed around local conditions that are amenable to volunteering and activity̶gray whales in Baja in January and early February; the Grand Canyon in April and October; Costa Rica in March and November; Chilean and Argentine programs from August through March. This ensures that travelers are exploring and venturing in the safest parts of the season, when the climate supports being in the mountains, in the fjords, and on the rivers.


He goes on to say that, “as well, our service programs and edventures aim to bring vital assistance and income to our partners and their intentional projects in the ‘shoulder seasons’ when fair-weather-tourism can leave them wanting.”


“More than just catering to thrill-seekers looking for that adrenaline rush, we want our travelers to learn and to participate,” says Lasseter.


“We have much knowledge to share and many incredible destinations to explore. Each trip will deliver new discoveries for our clients and while we are serious about providing vacations that are doused with relevance, we are also in the business of fun and relaxation. ”


Lasseter and his team are busy planning plenty of new offerings for 2013 to add to their already fun-tastic lineup. New programs coming up are an 18-day study trip for a group of Arizona high school students to El Salvador and Costa Rica to study Spanish, geography and culture, and new learning treks to the Four Corners Region focusing on the Pueblo pre- and post contact history and culture, as well as self-guided Bike Tours through the heartland of Chile. These are just a few of the latest of Wanderland’s expanding menu of edu-ventures and voluntourism projects.


Wanderland invites you to rejuvenate with the sights and thrills, the people and places, the foods and customs, and to leave a lasting impression through your travel. This is what is available through our active, educational, sustainable, and Fair Trade approach to adventure.


Please come and visit us at www.WanderlandTravel.org and let us know what you think on Facebook!


Slot Canyon in Havasu Canyon, Grand Canyon, AZ, USA Inset - Butler Wash Petroglyph Panel, San Juan River, Utah, USA


Photos © Stuart W. Lasseter


Arcoiris Trail in Cochamó Valley, Patagonia, Chile


Wander with Purpose!


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