We’re even more sheltered than we realize. Sometimes going off on an epic adventure can shift your entire perspective on the world, and your life- Darin Olien
Have We Lost Our Ability To Adapt?
Our daily lives are so full of conveniences. So much that maybe we have become too reliant on comforts that we often take for granted. For example, when the pandemic hit what were we forced to do? Adapt. And how do you think we did when our daily norms were put out of place?
When we lack challenges and what makes us uncomfortable, that doesn't allow you to grow! Protecting yourselves from the unknown has lead to us limiting our capabilities, finding our passions, and discovering our own power.
So how can we get out of our comfort zone? Our answer will always be get out and see the world. Travel opens you up to so many world views, challenges, and people we can grow from.
Group Travel: A Great Way To Get Your Feet Wet
We believe group travel is a great way to start your epic journey of self discovery and learn the ropes. The great thing with group travel is you always have a support system of like minded travelers. This may be beneficial to you if you don't want to jump right into solo adventures. Together we can learn and grow from every walks of life and backgrounds.
Another great aspect of group travel, at least what we like to do, is really get our groups immersed. Traveling alone you may not have the opportunities or connections. Our tours focus on discovering authentic and memorable experiences that may ignite your own wanderlust or inner nomad for your next adventure. We as well teach our travelers how to participate sustainably for the future of tourist practices. Sometimes this means learning to adapt and take on a new perspective.
Either way, group travel is a stepping stone or preferred way of travel to break free from daily routines and comfortability to get out and discover the world. To our Peachers, we encourage you to live life's sweet adventures.
We all get scared sometimes, but don’t let that fear stop you from finding out what thrills you, what motivates you, what makes you come alive. Throw yourself into the unknown and learn to adapt- Darin Olien