May 4, 2024

    The 5 Best Florence Food Tours [2024 Reviews]

    Florence was always at the top of my bucketlist, considering it was quite literally the birthplace of the Renaissance, and…
    April 24, 2024

    The 5 Best Orsay Museum Tours [2024 Reviews]

    While the Louvre is usually the star of the show when visiting Paris, you’d be remiss to skip the Musée…
    April 9, 2024

    The 5 Best British Museum Tours [2024 Reviews]

    As the first national public museum of the world, the British Museum brings all kinds of cultures together with countless…
    April 27, 2024

    🍷 The 5 Best Douro Valley Wine Tours From Porto [2024 Reviews]

    It’s no secret that Porto has become one of the biggest tourist hotspots in the world as of late, with…
    March 27, 2024

    The 5 Best Day Trips From Barcelona [2024 Reviews]

    Barcelona is a wonderful city with so much to see and do, but sometimes it’s nice to get out of…

    Travel Tips & Itineraries

      May 29, 2023

      The 5 Best Places to See the Northern Lights

      The northern lights or Aurora Borealis are probably on more bucket lists than any other natural phenomenon. They are caused…
      April 5, 2023

      The 10 Best ATV Tour Locations In The World

      Why go on a cookie-cutter tour that everyone has been on, when you could do something completely unique? Why not…
      April 4, 2023

      The 9 Best Wine Tour Locations In the World

      There’s nothing wrong with having a deep love for wine – especially when you can pass it off as an…

      United States

        May 3, 2024

        The 5 Best Glacier National Park Whitewater Rafting Tours [2024 Reviews]

        Having grown up around the Rocky Mountains, I kind of took its rugged natural beauty and grandeur for granted. Glacier National…
        April 14, 2024

        The 5 Best Zion National Park Tours From Las Vegas [2024 Reviews]

        While Las Vegas is every hedonist’s dream, you may end up wanting to do more than hitting the casinos, watching…
        April 2, 2024

        The 5 Best Portland Food Tours [2024 Reviews]

        Portland is a hip city full of incredible breweries and cafes, interesting architecture, beautiful views, and an amazing arts scene.…
        April 1, 2024

        🍷 The 5 Best Willamette Valley Wine Tours From Portland [2024 Reviews]

        Portland is certainly a magical city filled with some of the best food and adventures around, however, if you’re looking…


          January 25, 2024

          The 5 Best Jamaica ATV Tours [2024 Reviews]

          Jamaica is a land known for its natural beauty, incredible food, and friendly locals – understandably it’s one of the…
          September 4, 2023

          The 5 Best St. Lucia Zipline Rainforest Adventures [2024 Reviews]

          If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, St. Lucia is just a quick…
          October 2, 2023

          The 5 Best Curacao Boat Tours [2024 Reviews]

          In the Southern Caribbean Sea, there is a special island country belonging to the Kingdom of the Netherlands that is…
          September 4, 2023

          🌅 The 5 Best St. Lucia Sunset Cruises & Boat Tours [2024 Reviews]

          We all know that the Caribbean is known for its white sand beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and relaxing tropical environment.…


            April 27, 2024

            🏯 The 5 Best Kyoto Private Guided Tours [2024 Reviews]

            While Tokyo may be one of the hottest tourist destinations at the moment, I highly encourage you to visit the breathtaking city of Kyoto as well. Steeped in centuries of tradition and culture, with historical elegance and impressive natural beauty at every turn. However, if you really want to make the most of your trip, I highly recommend partaking in one of the 5 top guided private tours of Kyoto. I’ve carefully selected these 5 based on the value for the money, quality of the…
            April 27, 2024

            🍶 The 5 Best Kyoto Sake Tasting Tours [2024 Reviews]

            Tokyo is absolutely mindblowing, but if you’re looking to see a more “traditional” side of Japan, look no further than Kyoto. As the former capital, it’s filled to the brim with incredible architecture, history, and traditions. It’s also one of the sake capitals of Japan, with nearly 3 centuries using very special strains of red rice and green tea for unique sake production not found anywhere else in the world. While you could always try it at a local restaurant, why not go all in and try…
            March 26, 2024

            🍣 The 5 Best Tokyo Sushi Making Classes [2024 Reviews]

            It’s no secret that the neon-lit Tokyo is one of the most popular places to visit in the world, with a bustling city center full of everything you could ever dream of. One of its biggest attractions is undoubtedly the culinary scene, known for its precision, ancient techniques, modern technology, and unique flavors. While I highly recommend checking out some of the sushi eateries there, nothing can compare to learning how to make the iconic dish from professional sushi chefs, themselves! That’s why I’ve decided to…

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            Richard Remick

            Richard RemickRichard is a co-founder, co-owner, and the chief editor of the World Guides to Travel website. He contributes expert content relating to outdoor adventures and activities.

            After graduating from the DeVry Institute of Technology, he worked in IT for over 20 years before deciding to escape the office and dedicate the rest of his life to travel and participation in active outdoor pursuits.

            With a passion for the great outdoors, Richard spends a lot of time in Colorado. There he enjoys skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, cycling, hiking, and camping.

            When at home in Florida, he is most often found in the water. He loves water sports such as paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba diving. He is a certified scuba diver.

            His outdoor adventures are not confined to the continental US. Richard is an avid traveler who flies up to 10 times a year and has visited 18 countries.

            Because of his wealth of knowledge and experience, Richard has been invited to contribute articles to many outdoor-focused websites, such as Florida Rambler, and has been profiled on travel websites such as JohnnyJet.

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            Richard L. Moore, MBA

            Richard MooreRichard is a co-founder and co-owner of World Guides to Travel. He is an intrepid adventurer based in San Jose, Costa Rica. Richard has trekking and survival experience throughout Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.

            In 1998, he survived in the wilderness for over a week without food or specialist equipment. He was stranded on the northern coast of Honduras following Category 5 Hurricane Mitch. In the summer of 2004, he lived among the Kuna Indians on the San Blas Islands of Panama.

            Richard is also an experienced writer and researcher having created several web publications and web sites during his career. He attended the University of South Florida to earn his Master of Business Administration degree. Today, Richard organizes adventure travel excursions in Costa Rica.

            As an avid outdoorsman and automotive enthusiast his interests are far-reaching, and he possesses hands-on knowledge in his topics of expertise. He contributes his extensive travel and outdoor experience to much of the editorial topics and content on World Guides To Travel.

            Richard’s personal interests are 4×4 off-roading, dual-sport motorcycle riding, and touring Central America on his beloved Harley.

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            Robert Edward Baker, MA (Cantab)

            Robert BakerRobert is a content writer and editor at World Guides to Travel where he shares his love for and experience of the great outdoors. He has extensive experience in travel writing, creating “how-to” guides for outdoor activities, and reviewing products relevant to outside adventures.

            In the 1980s, he studied Archaeology & Anthropology at the University of Cambridge and after graduation taught English at Guizhou University in China. In the ‘90s, he first trained and then worked as an accountant with Ernst & Young in England.

            Robert moved into retail management and worked for Shell (UK) in the late ‘90s before becoming self-employed and transitioning into the hospitality industry at the turn of the century. Finally, he decided to transition into SEO content writing.

            He has traveled extensively around Asia, North America, and Europe. Born on a sheep farm in northern England, he has been involved with outdoor activities since infancy and is as familiar with the interior of a tent as the inside of his bedroom at home.

            Over the years, Robert has survived a typhoon in the South China Sea, a hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean, and a road trip across the US. At home in England, he enjoys camping, hiking, and horseback riding. He hopes his adventures will continue for many more years to come.

            Robert is passionate about the environment and aims to educate as many people as possible about the advantages and importance of sustainable living. He believes that unless we live well today, we will not live for long tomorrow.

            He loves creative writing and has published poetry and fiction. You can sample his poetry and short stories at Writing.Com. His children’s book Sally Hemings & the Good Associates won the Children’s Fiction section of the You Write On Book of the Year Award in 2009. Robert also founded a website about romance fiction that provides information for aspiring romance writers alongside romance novel reviews.

            When Robert is not writing or exploring the wilderness, he enjoys traveling with his family to famous cities around the world where he loves to visit historic buildings, museums, and art galleries.

            Robert’s Website: The Romance Bloke