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2 weeks ago
Exploradus
Flash Sale: 30% Off The Galápagos Islands (June 29 — July 11, 2022)

The Galápagos Islands is a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. Its considered one of the worlds foremost destinations for wildlife viewing. Cruise on the S/S Mary Anne, the only sailing cruise ship operating in the Galápagos Islands, on this 13-day all-inclusive program. Original cost is $7,844 per person but we are currently offering 30% off the cruise price for a special rate of $6,350 per person. Cost excludes international airfare.

Follow link in bio to exploradus.com to reserve your space.

Reserve now: https://exploradus.com/trips/galapagos-islands/

Flash Sale: 30% Off The Galápagos Islands (June 29 — July 11, 2022)

The Galápagos Islands is a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. It's considered one of the world's foremost destinations for wildlife viewing. Cruise on the S/S Mary Anne, the only sailing cruise ship operating in the Galápagos Islands, on this 13-day all-inclusive program. Original cost is $7,844 per person but we are currently offering 30% off the cruise price for a special rate of $6,350 per person. Cost excludes international airfare.

Follow link in bio to exploradus.com to reserve your space.

Reserve now: exploradus.com/trips/galapagos-islands/
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John Carter maybe next year 😎

2 months ago
Exploradus
Repost from @kristi.yoga
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This crazy crew climbed Mt Kilimanjaro with us this past December!
#reunion #clients #friends 

I think you can tell we might have had a good time & for sure created a lifelong bond❣️😜🤩🥳

Making friends on one of the #sevensummits is making friends for a lifetime!

#friendship #supportteam #foreverbonds #dreamteam #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #makememories #doepicshit @exploradus 

Hit us up if climbing the tallest freestanding mountain in the world 🌎 is on your #bucketlist

Repost from @kristi.yoga

This crazy crew climbed Mt Kilimanjaro with us this past December!
#reunion #clients #friends

I think you can tell we might have had a good time & for sure created a lifelong bond❣️😜🤩🥳

Making friends on one of the #sevensummits is making friends for a lifetime!

#friendship #supportteam #foreverbonds #dreamteam #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #makememories #doepicshit @exploradus

Hit us up if climbing the tallest freestanding mountain in the world 🌎 is on your #bucketlist
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2 months ago
Exploradus
Client testimonial! 🤩👌🏻💯 
#Repost @tyrellakers with @make_repost
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Day 8 and one hell of a 15 hr day!! Summit day!! As you can see my bad ass tent mate @fuelthebody24  and I were super stoked to be awake and  starting our hike at midnight, on what I would consider very little sleep. 
 

This was the most exciting day, but also the most challenging. From what seemed like a fairly easy trek turned into one of the hardest treks I’ve done but also the most beautiful. Starting at midnight we began our first leg, 7hrs to the summit, walking a narrow step trail. Switch back, after switch back, after switch back. You would look up and see the outline of the peak that appeared to be fairly close in distance. However, the headlamps from other hikers far ahead of us told a different story as the lights looked like flashing stars far off into the distance. A complete mind game of how far we actually were from reaching the ridge and our first check point, Gilman’s point. Not to mention the physical toll our bodies were experiencing from the elevation, the cold, lack of nutrients, and hydration, bc some of water froze from the serious wind chill we had going on. But… totally worth every bit of discomfort and pain. Yes, I would totally do it again. The pictures honestly don’t do the experience justice. 

 Bc of our amazing team 8 of us made it to the first two points, Gillman’s point 18,652ft fallowed by Stella Point 18,885ft. From Stella 6 of us continued to the Roof of Africa, to see as far as the eyes can see. Uhuru Peak 19,342ft!! 

All this made possible by the amazing people @exploradus including @jimwilliams247 @sumpterjim  @kristi.yoga 
And our Tanzania team @kiboslopestanzanialtd huge thanks to the guides and porters. The experience wouldn’t of been as good without the amazing locals we had with us on our journey. 

#mtkilimanjaro #mtkili #kilimanjaromountain #kilimanjaro #mountkilimanjaro #treking #mountaineering #mountainclimbers #trektanzania #trekafrica #tentlife #outdoors #outdoorlife #livinglife #walkslowclimbhigh #wilderness

Client testimonial! 🤩👌🏻💯
#Repost @tyrellakers with @make_repost
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Day 8 and one hell of a 15 hr day!! Summit day!! As you can see my bad ass tent mate @fuelthebody24 and I were super stoked to be awake and starting our hike at midnight, on what I would consider very little sleep.


This was the most exciting day, but also the most challenging. From what seemed like a fairly easy trek turned into one of the hardest treks I’ve done but also the most beautiful. Starting at midnight we began our first leg, 7hrs to the summit, walking a narrow step trail. Switch back, after switch back, after switch back. You would look up and see the outline of the peak that appeared to be fairly close in distance. However, the headlamps from other hikers far ahead of us told a different story as the lights looked like flashing stars far off into the distance. A complete mind game of how far we actually were from reaching the ridge and our first check point, Gilman’s point. Not to mention the physical toll our bodies were experiencing from the elevation, the cold, lack of nutrients, and hydration, bc some of water froze from the serious wind chill we had going on. But… totally worth every bit of discomfort and pain. Yes, I would totally do it again. The pictures honestly don’t do the experience justice.

Bc of our amazing team 8 of us made it to the first two points, Gillman’s point 18,652ft fallowed by Stella Point 18,885ft. From Stella 6 of us continued to the Roof of Africa, to see as far as the eyes can see. Uhuru Peak 19,342ft!!

All this made possible by the amazing people @exploradus including @jimwilliams247 @sumpterjim @kristi.yoga
And our Tanzania team @kiboslopestanzanialtd huge thanks to the guides and porters. The experience wouldn’t of been as good without the amazing locals we had with us on our journey.

#mtkilimanjaro #mtkili #kilimanjaromountain #kilimanjaro #mountkilimanjaro #treking #mountaineering #mountainclimbers #trektanzania #trekafrica #tentlife #outdoors #outdoorlife #livinglife #walkslowclimbhigh #wilderness
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4 months ago
Exploradus
The beautiful Maasai Tribe of East Africa! ♥️ 🇹🇿 

We fell in love with the beautiful nomadic people on our last trip to Tanzania in July & most recently this past December!

Their way of life is held deep in extraordinary culture. 

We visit them while on Safari just on the outskirts of the Ngorongoro Crater after our 9 day trek on Mt Kilimanjaro. 

Some of the unique traditions of the Maasai includes a diet consisting of six basic foods: meat, blood, milk, fat, honey, and tree bark. They drink both fresh and curdled milk. The fresh milk is drunk from calabash and sometimes its mixed with fresh cattle blood. The blood is obtained by nicking the jugular vein. Mixed blood and milk is mostly used as a ritual drink and as nourishment for the sick. Bulls, oxen and lambs are slaughtered for meat on special occasions and for ceremonies. The by-products of the animals – skin and hides are used as bedding while cow dung is used for building (it is smeared on the walls). The Maasai’s entire way of life truly revolves around their cattle. More recently, the Maasai people have supplemeted their diet with farm crops such as maize meal, rice, cabbage among other food crops.

The Maasai are joyous, warm, independent, welcoming, proud, beautiful, entrepreneurial people!

They sing, dance, work & celebrate with deep passion!

You leave part of your heart with the little children!!! 

♥️♥️♥️🇹🇿

The beautiful Maasai Tribe of East Africa! ♥️ 🇹🇿

We fell in love with the beautiful nomadic people on our last trip to Tanzania in July & most recently this past December!

Their way of life is held deep in extraordinary culture.

We visit them while on Safari just on the outskirts of the Ngorongoro Crater after our 9 day trek on Mt Kilimanjaro.

Some of the unique traditions of the Maasai includes a diet consisting of six basic foods: meat, blood, milk, fat, honey, and tree bark. They drink both fresh and curdled milk. The fresh milk is drunk from calabash and sometimes it's mixed with fresh cattle blood. The blood is obtained by nicking the jugular vein. Mixed blood and milk is mostly used as a ritual drink and as nourishment for the sick. Bulls, oxen and lambs are slaughtered for meat on special occasions and for ceremonies. The by-products of the animals – skin and hides are used as bedding while cow dung is used for building (it is smeared on the walls). The Maasai’s entire way of life truly revolves around their cattle. More recently, the Maasai people have supplemeted their diet with farm crops such as maize meal, rice, cabbage among other food crops.

The Maasai are joyous, warm, independent, welcoming, proud, beautiful, entrepreneurial people!

They sing, dance, work & celebrate with deep passion!

You leave part of your heart with the little children!!!

♥️♥️♥️🇹🇿
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4 months ago
Exploradus

We don’t explore only places, mountains and summits… We explore and immerse in the cultures and people we are fortunate to meet and rely upon during our journeys!

This extraordinary person is 61 years old ☝️ his joy and happiness, while serving our Team on Kilimanjaro as porter, is best summed up by his singing and dancing… while balancing a large load on his head!

Incredible Tanzanian people! 🏔🇹🇿 Incredible Kilimanjaro

Wait for the end… “in one week I’m coming to USA, okay!” And then he takes off running with his load at 13,000 feet AMSL.

Team Exploradus! Join us to experience extraordinary people and places around the world 🌎
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