Here are Twomey Travel’s confirmed tour dates for 2019 so far! Follow the links to see the individual tours and to book! Hope to see you soon! January 9th – Winter Rockies Spectacular (Just You) January 16th – Rockies Winter Wonderland January 30th – Niagara and Toronto Winter Escape February 11th – Chile – The Atacama to Patagonia (Just You) March 11th – Natural Wonders of Ecuador and the Galapagos (Just You) – SOLD OUT April 5th – Japan/Hong Kong (Sold Out) With Just You! […]
Twomey Travel (2me Travel) represents the synthesis of years of travel, writing and sharing experiences. Although a published author, Patrick began writing his first real blog in 2014 while working in Peru.
As an international tour guide / operator and lecturer, Patrick is part of a much larger community of ethical travellers.
Throughout these many pages are fun discussions of trips, destinations and, from time to time, ethical issues.
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So many people in North America have been asking us for an Iceland trip! The time has come (provided space is available). It is now so easy to fly to Iceland with Iceland Air, Wow & United. We will need a minimum of 15 people for this trip to run, we would love to hear if you would like to join us on this tour. Contact us now to register interest in our Twomey Travel […]
Make sure to check out the photo gallery at the bottom of the page! Ecuador Straddling the equator, and rising from both the Pacific Ocean and the Amazon basin to volcanic peaks above 6,000 meters (20,000 ft), Ecuador squeezes more biodiversity into a small area than any other country. It is also wonderfully diverse culturally. Roughly 25% of the population is indigenous with the largest group being Quichua (or Quechua or more easily Inca). The […]
February is high summer in Chile. Our planet’s longest, thinnest country is incredible. The entire west is defined by the Pacific Ocean and its chilly Humbolt current. Almost the entire east (often barely 200 km’s away) is framed by the Andes. Indeed it would seem Chile’s sole purpose is to prevent Argentina from seeing the Pacific ;). Yet Chile is a little less improbable than it may appear. The desert in the north and Icefields […]
The ongoing tragedy of events unfolding in Venezuela is desperate. The populist regime is failing at almost every level – and it should fail. Ideally peacefully and quickly. The country’s slide into economic ruin has lead to massive medicine shortages and over three million people fleeing to neighbouring countries. So is this the failure of socialism, or something else more sinister? Here we need to uncouple a few mantras that have emerged in the populist […]