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Adventure

Adventure calls to the modern millennial traveler as well as the tried and true that have been there and done that. Adding a bucket list option to your incentive trips will motivate an eager heart and lend a “woke” characteristic to their experience.  Giving the even timid traveler an option to get out of their comfort zone in a safe and life changing way. Challenging yourself is the whole key to incentive travel, let’s make it all encompassing.

Our business is all about creating extraordinary experiences that will keep them talking! Until they start anticipating how will we top this on our next adventure.

Experience Economy is a thing: Incentive travel is a currency greater than money and it’s our job to create as many impactful, bucket list style experiences in to one lifetime trip.

Bali

Bali

Cusco

Cusco

Las Catalinas, Northern Guanacaste

Las Catalinas, Northern Guanacaste

Mal País, Puntarenas

Mal País, Puntarenas

Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio

Placencia

Placencia

San Ignacio

San Ignacio

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Bali

Bali

Aptly called the "Island of the Gods," Bali is one of the smallest and most famous islands of the Indonesian archipelago. With such notable cities as Kuta, Nusa Dua, and the capital, Denpasar, Bali features sun-kissed beaches, volcanic landforms covered by forests, terraced rice fields, and vibrant arts and nightlife. The island also houses an inspiring range of world-class meeting venues and hotels, which attract numerous meeting and event planners from around the world. Ngurah Rai International Airport is the only airport in Bali, as well as Indonesia's third-busiest international airport. Located 13 kilometers south of Denpasar, it is served by a number of international airlines and tourist charters, connecting Bali with Australia, several Asian capitals and the rest of Indonesia.

Best for: Adventure , Beach , Cultural, ECO, Exotic, Mountains, Culinary, Wellness

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Cusco

Cusco

Cusco

Altitude 3400 mts. / 11152 feet above sea level
Weather Dry, sunny days, cold nights
Temperature 74°-50°F / 24°-10°C aprox.
Rainy season From November to March
Accessibility Air - land - by train

Nestled in the Andes, Cusco is one of the most fascinating places in the Americas, which never fails to surprise visitors with its mystery-filled history. With its excellent hotels and restaurants, this city is full of amazing places to see.

A product of the fusion of Inca and Hispanic culture, Cusco has been declared a World Heritage Site. We can feel the magic of the impressive legacy of Inca culture, as we walk through its streets and its fascinating stone passages, as we visit its colonial mansions built over the remains of Inca structures, and as we explore its imposing fortresses and majestic citadels.

An extraordinary city, with more than its fair share of places brimming with mysticism and grandeur, such as the Koricancha or Templo del Sol, which is said to have featured entire walls covered in gold, or the Twelve Angle Stone, or the fortress of Sacsahuaman, which all showcase Inca ingenuity used to build structures with enormous carved rocks joined together with the utmost precision; or the Cathedral, the La Merced church, and the famous San Blas pulpit, legacies of colonial religious art and architecture. The surrounding area also features Inca remains such as Tipon, Pikillacta (south of the city), Tambomachay, Quenqo and Puca Pucara.

Cusco is also the gateway to the Sacred Valley, which was the Inca’s favorite spot. It is a vast area with picturesque towns and dream landscapes, featuring the Urubamba or Vilcanota River flowing through from the town of Pisac to Ollantaytambo. It is a fertile valley with a maze of platforms devoted to agriculture, and which is still in use today, for the cultivation of products such as potatoes and large-grain corn, the main source of sustenance for the Andean population and the only one of its kind. The Sacred Valley also features the Moray complex, an ingenious system of circular platforms used as an agricultural laboratory for the climate adaptation of species from other ecological areas. The Valley now has an exceptional travel infrastructure that attracts visitors from all over the world, and in addition to the archaeological attractions, it is also possible to go canoeing, mountain biking, hiking, among other adventure sports.

The Sacred Valley of the Incas is a place where you can enjoy the landscape, learn about the customs of the indigenous people, and have the experience of a lifetime. 

Best for: Adventure , Archaeological , Cultural, Spiritual Journeys, Culinary

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Las Catalinas, Northern Guanacaste

Las Catalinas, Northern Guanacaste

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Best for: Adventure , Beach , ECO

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Mal País, Puntarenas

Mal País, Puntarenas

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Best for: Adventure , Beach , ECO

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Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio

Manuel ANtonio Region

Best for: Adventure , ECO, Surf Camp & Glamping

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Las Catalinas Residential Resort

An increasingly popular destination for travelers from near and far, Las Catalinas offers a variety of vacation rentals for short or long-term stays. From cozy flats to spacious villas, all are fully serviced by our...

Starting from : $459.00 per person

Best for: Adventure , Beach , ECO

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Sirenian Bay Resort & Spa

From our luxurious accommodations to our beautiful beaches, Sirenian Bay was designed from the ground up with your comfort in mind. Relax in one of our three luxury villas, or choose a comfortably appointed bungalow....

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Best for: Adventure , Archaeological , Beach

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