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Machu Picchu, Peru

One of our favorite things about providing excellent active vacations all over the world is hearing about all the different places our guests have traveled with us. We’d like to introduce you to September’s VBT Traveler of the Month, Barbara from Kansas City, who recently returned from her 6th VBT vacation! Barbara and her husband Ken traveled on our Amalfi… Read More

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Machu Picchu, Peru

We like to have our travelers experience as much of the local culture as possible while on a VBT vacation—including the scenery, food, people, and especially your accommodations.  “Distinctive Lodgings with Local Charm” is a tagline we like to use because we feel as though your lodging should be a destination in itself—a haven meant to savor. You can find… Read More

Machu Picchu, Peru

We’d like to introduce you to the first featured traveler of our new ‘VBT Traveler of the Month’ spotlight – Anne M. from right here in Vermont. Although Anne hails from a close proximity to VBT headquarters, she and her family traveled thousands of miles to Puglia, Italy with us last summer. “We went to Puglia on our first VBT… Read More

Mont St Michel

At VBT we pride ourselves on providing active vacations that not only take you to wondrous locales throughout the world, but immerse you in the culture, cuisine and history of your destination. For over a thousand years the French regions of Normandy & Brittany have impacted the course of European history. On this extraordinary VBT vacation you’ll visit historic WWII… Read More

Machu Picchu, Peru

Most New Englanders have three categories for the Atlantic hard-shell Quahog clam. Little necks, usually eaten on the half-shell with cocktail sauce, or cooked in various ways and served with pasta, are the smallest – usually about 1-1/2 inches in diameter. The next size up are called cherrystones, and they average 2-1/2 inches in diameter. The largest are called quahogs, which… Read More

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