Aging Geriatric, Will Travel?

By Morgan Rogers

Don’t let her small, withered frame fool you, Dee is the baddest 85 year old to walk this planet. Her petit face is framed by short white hair, and her bright, restless green eyes scrutinize the faces of those hanging on to her every word. If you didn’t know any better you would think she was a woman at least two decades younger than she is – especially if you scanned through her recent passport pages.

Got kids? Live out their childhood fantasies through travel

By Estrella Quiroz

Love to travel, but have kids? Don’t childproof your travel gear just yet. Combine their active imaginations with your love for exploration to design a new style of family vacations. From the toddler ballerina to the teen astronaut, bring their dreams to life while still crossing off your bucket list destinations.

First Look at the Lodge at Blue Sky

By Catherine Sung

A luxury escape designed to mirror the majesty of the land Head for the hills (literally) to the newly opened Lodge at Blue Sky where Overseas is proud to have been the FIRST to follow their journey from beginning to end. From the days of construction and hard hat tours to onsite inspections at the…

6 Unique Experiences in Philadelphia

By Estrella Quiroz

Known as the city that gave birth to America’s liberty and independence, Philadelphia offers a unique cultural and historic perspective on American culture. The city of Brotherly love welcomes any visitor with open arms.

A Day Outside of San Francisco

By Catherine Sung

No matter which direction you choose, an adventure awaits just a short drive outside of San Francisco. Kelsey, our resident San Francisco expert, serves up four unique day trips just a few miles from the Bay Area.