The husband-and-wife team behind Adventure Lifestyle lead intimate tours of South Africa, Egypt, Europe, New England, and sailing excursions around Florida. Small groups can ride a camel around the pyramids of Giza or take a boat cruise down the Seine. Guides Rudi and Jenny speak a variety of languages and have lived in numerous countries, granting them the expertise to give memorable tours.
Specialize in tours to South Africa. Safari and Cape Town tours. We operate in Sarasota USA, Oakville Canada, United Kingdom and South Africa. We develop and mange our own resorts/lodges/hotels hence offer a very competitive rate.
The world looks different from atop a Segway. Maybe it's the smooth ride. Maybe it's the superhuman speed. Maybe it's the authority that comes with the extra 2 inches. Tour-goers experience all these benefits and more as they explore Sarasota's scenic views, led by guides who regale their guests with interesting historical tidbits about the area. On morning, afternoon, and sunset tours, groups glide over the Ringling Bridge, through St. Armand's Circle, and past the white sands of Lido Beach before returning back to headquarters.
Tampa resident and history lover Lonnie Herman?s longtime fascination with history has evolved into a broad expertise about the area's vibrant streets where newspapers are printed in three languages. The personable former executive also has the gift of being an evocative storyteller. This convergence of interest and talents resulted in Lonnie's company, Ybor City Historic Walking Tours. The guides' upbeat narration carry small groups down vibrant 7th Avenue with detailed anecdotes that reveal the complex past behind Ybor City's cigar factories, Columbia Restaurant, and the story of the eponymous Vicente Martinez-Ybor, who founded the city as a place to store his statues of himself.
It only took two weeks on the picturesque shores of Tahiti and Moorea to send Craig Stewart into a tailspin. He and wife Evelyn fell in love with the South Pacific’s crystalline waters and beachy breezes, so much so that the prospect of remaining in their native Oklahoma turned gloomy. Six years after the Stewarts’ Pacific vacation, they stumbled upon Sanibel Island. With a love for the waters still coursing through their veins, they uprooted and moved there, making it home base for Adventures in Paradise. In 1986, they started out with one boat—Miss Paradise—and one tour, the sunset dolphin cruise. Today, the Stewart family maintains a much larger operation. Their tour topics range from fishing and shelling to dolphin watching to historical sightseeing on a trolley.