The Worldwide Quest Blog
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Hotels in South India You May Never Want to LeaveBy: Laurielle Penny
When we create a Private Journey for you, we pay attention to where you put your head down at the end of a day filled with amazing experiences. I’ve just stayed at two gorgeous heritage properties that you may never want to leave. We’ll make sure you stay when we create your Private Journey to South India.The Palais de Mahe in Pondicherry was designed with the approval of the Indian Na...
Quest will be at the Festival of Birds!By: Justin Peter
Nature enthusiasts the world over will flock to Point Pelee National Park in Ontario’s deep south this spring to enjoy spring migration. I’m thrilled to announce that Quest Nature Tours will once again be there! This park, one of the oldest of Canada’s National Parks, has long held the distinction of hosting an excellent concentration and variety of migrant birds, making for exce...
From Vegas to the Copper Canyon on the Wings of a Small Reddish-brown BirdBy: Ian Shanahan
While clambering over boulders within a small canyon in southern Nevada, a distinctive sound broke the silence. I called to my dad some fifty metres away to say that I was hearing something that reminded me of the sound effect emitted by a slot machine when one loses a large sum of money: a loud and almost too-in-your-face series of rapidly descending notes. Slots and casinos were especially on my...
Private Journey TestimonialsBy: Lewie Gonsalves
Here's what past travellers are saying about their Private Journeys with Worldwide Quest: 'This was an outstanding trip which allowed us to see India as it is. As we expected it was an assault on the senses and the emotions. Generally the guides were excellent and willing to engage in discussions about their country and its history and politics. This allowed us to learn so much about India. I...
Secrets of the SoundBy: David Leach, photography by Byron Fry
Originally published in British Columbia Magazine.As archaeologists unearth the rich history of Barkley Sound, their discoveries are helping coastal First Peoples reconnect with their landscape and the culture of their ancestors. As the MV Frances Barkley reverses from its wharfage and begins its summer journey, it's easy to feel like I'm slipping back in time. The acrid tang of the pulp mil...
A Winter Birding ChallengeBy: Justin Peter
Originally published on the Ontario Parks blog. It’s tempting to say that winter’s not the best time to look at birds in our Ontario Parks. Many species have migrated south. We’re hesitant to venture into the chilly weather.But the quieter (and leafless) atmosphere of our parks during winter provides an excellent and unique challenge for our sense of environmental awar...
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Bengal Tiger at Ranthambore National Park, India taken by Justin Peter
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