How do we know if we’ve met our goal of providing Life Changing Travel? What are clear indicators of another successful RLT Summer?
We have anecdotal evidence from our leaders. We read evaluations from our participants and the online surveys that parents fill out. These are helpful metrics.
When we receive feedback like what is written
For this blog, we asked RLT Director Jim Stein to reflect on his first summer spent traveling and how that faithful summer led to the so many things, not least of all The Road Less Traveled! Enjoy and thanks Jim for sharing.
Picture this – a skinny kid, showing some promise as
It’s National Parks Week! Here at RLT we’re pretty big fans of the National Parks, if you hadn’t noticed from our trip itineraries. I think that for a lot of us the meat and potatoes of our childhood memories often centers on that awesome (or I’ll allow for “boring!”) trip you took as
A recent article in the New York Times about photographing safaris got us thinking about our own experiences on safari. Two of our programs, Wapenduka and Hujambo, have safari sections. While there is a lot of focus on the photographic potential of safaris (a safari is such a once