If you dig the feeling of your heart racing, your pulse thumping in your ears, and that knot of adrenaline in your stomach, then Peru is the trip for you! Despite the country being smaller than the average Canadian province, it has every type of landscape you could ever imagine, making it one hell of a playground.
The travel lifestyle is one that’s hard to describe to those who’ve never done it. But what’s even harder to describe? Being a Free & Easy Traveler! We have our own special set of quirks and talents, and there is no doubt that if you run into one of us somewhere around the world, you will KNOW that you’re in for the time of your life! We’re friendly, love meeting new people, tend to travel around in packs (or groups, you get the idea), and are simply looking to have the time of our lives, whether it’s dancing in the rain or boarding down a volcano. So join us! We won’t bite 😉
It’s nearly impossible to find friends that you’ll become so attached to as much as ones that you meet while traveling.
Topics: Group Trips
Over 15 years of adventures with Free & Easy has allowed us the opportunity to travel multiple continents, and go off the beaten path and discover some incredible destinations. Our trips have always been longer than the typical trips, because part our philosophy is to allow yourself time to appreciate the amazing things you encounter on these adventures.
Whether you’re visiting one of the most unique, exotic places in the world or you’re just adventuring through your own backyard, there’s no question that the fragile beauty of the world should be handled with love. Keeping the Earth just the way you found it is something to be proud of, but making it a better place for future explorers means so much more.
The ocean is filled with garbage created and displaced by humans. In fact, there is a garbage patch floating around the Pacific Ocean that is TWICE the size of Texas! This garbage comes from land and ends up re-depositing on beaches and waterfronts all over the world.
It doesn’t matter if you’re traveling for 10 days or for 10 months eventually you may have a low day. A day where you miss home – your family, your friends, your dog or your bed. Here’s a guide of what to do to shift yourself out of the homesickness funk.