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  • Nestled in the foreground are orange houses with tiled roofs, palm trees, and a large church with two ornate towers and a clock-face on top of a decorative facade. In the background is the harbour with old fashioned and modern ships. In the far distance towering skyscrapers show a different side to the city.

    My Colombian Adventure!

    My Colombian Adventure by Rose Collard I spent just over two weeks in Colombia in March 2016 and my only complaint would be that it wasn’t enough time. As two young female travellers setting off alone, we were met with......

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    August 4, 2017

  • Liz feeling a Sable Antelope's skull in Chobe National Park, Botswana

    My Adventures with Traveleyes – Liz Frankland

    By Liz Frankland, blind traveller. It was long ago and beneath the clearest blue Southern French summer sky that my desire to travel the world was born. I was studying French for my degree back in the UK and, for......

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    July 14, 2017

  • Travelling with International Students as a blind adventurer!

    Fresh from a trip to Romania with students from the International School of London, Surrey, traveller Hilary Lester shares her thoughts on what she experienced. I was registered blind in 2002 after three major eye operations in six months. Originally...

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    June 12, 2017

  • William looks ahead to our upcoming tours!

    Now that he’s put the finishing touches to our upcoming trips for 2017, William McGarroch, Product and Tour Manager, shares his inspiration behind the destinations we will soon be visiting. Whilst spring-cleaning last night, I came across an ol...

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    May 11, 2017

  • The group from the International School of London, Surrey, with our VI travelers in Romania!

    Traveleyes is officially a teenager!

    Traveleyes has become a Teenager! This month, Traveleyes enters its terrible teens! It’s now been 13 years of leading adventurers all over the world. Back in 2004, blind entrepreneur Amar Latif set up Traveleyes with a simple vision – to......

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    April 29, 2017

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