7 Travel Products Worth Noting | Luxury Travel Expo 2010


JoAnna is a globe-trotting, idea-inventing, culture-collecting creativity connoisseur with a global family of foreign exchange students and rescue pets. You can also find JoAnna at joannahaugen.com.

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  1. Abbie says:

    I’ve heard about the Boat Company (I listened to the founder speak at the Portland eco-tourism conference I went to), and they really do seem super eco-friendly & responsible. Keep me updated if you do end up going on a trip with them!

  2. am adding http://www.volunteercapitalcentre.org they have great volunteer abroad programs,
    the list yo have is great

  3. Donna Hull says:

    I’ve just returned from a trip to Northern Italy. I’d go back in a heartbeat to take the walking tour offered by Jason Spiehler. But, then again, a cottage at Sundance Resort would be a luxurious way to experience the snow.

    • JoAnna says:

      The Walks of Italy company is definitely on my list once I get back to Europe (it’s been almost ten years, so I’m due a trip any day now). I was talking to Jason’s business partner and he said they’d like to expand the company into more regions of the country, but they’re doing so carefully as as to ensure that all tours really are of the highest quality. I was glad to hear that the authenticity and sincerity of the product really was the most important thing to the company.

  4. I waffle between wanting to sit on the beach with a umbrella drink (especially in February in NJ) and wanting to go on a different kind of vacation. I’m sure I won’t be whale shark diving in Belize but some of the other options sound like a great escape. I can definitely see myself going on a eco-cruise or doing a walking tour in Italy. Thanks for sharing some new options for me to consider as I plan my next trip.

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