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The Man Who Told Futures

Prayer flags billow in front of temple in Nepal with GeoEx

Editor’s note: Acclaimed author Pico Iyer writes for The New York Review of Books, Harper’s, Granta, Vanity Fair and more...

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Travel that Transforms

Jennine Cohen, one of GeoEx's top-notch travel designers, is also a life coach, and she often weaves her trip planning...

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Fall Hiking near the Trimble Glacier | Alaska Adventure Travel with GeoEx

We at GeoEx are passionate about exploring the world and introducing others to the wonders we find. Every year the...

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Cruising Through Myanmar

View of temples in Bagan Myanmar with GeoEx.

Traveling by boat in Myanmar can be an illuminating alternative to the bus or train, connecting some major destinations and...

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Myanmar pagodas at night with GeoEx

Condé Nast Traveler has just announced that it has selected three GeoEx staffers—Kate Doty, Vassi Koutsaftis, and Brent Olson—for inclusion...

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Memories from the Silk Road

The Registan, called “the noblest public square in the world” by British imperialist Lord Curzon | Central Asia Adventure Travel with GeoEx

Several GeoEx staffers have recently traveled across Central Asia, following the fabled Silk Road. I asked them to share what...

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Don George, Editor

Don George is Editor in Chief of Wanderlust: Literary Journeys for the Discerning Traveler. He has been Travel Editor for Salon.com and the San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle, as well as Global Travel Editor for Lonely Planet Publications. Don is the author of "The Way of Wanderlust: The Best Travel Writing of Don George" and of "Lonely Planet's Guide to Travel Writing." He has also edited eleven anthologies, including A Moveable Feast, The Kindness of Strangers, and An Innocent Abroad. E-mail him at [email protected].

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