“My recent mother/daughter trip to India was absolutely amazing! I couldn’t have asked for a better wellness immersion experience. The peaceful location, interactions with local villagers, relaxing and detoxing treatments, delicious meals and impeccable accommodations and service were just perfect. Our guides throughout the trip were great and always on time, professional, and knowledgeable. We felt completely safe everywhere we went. The history and architecture of all the sites we visited in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur were spectacular. I can still taste the warm naan bread made fresh in a clay oven in the middle of a field after one of our excursions. My daughter’s very first visit to India and her heritage will definitely not be her last. She is already looking forward to going again. Thank you for helping us plan such a memorable and special trip.”
Pratiksha Rigley
January 2017


“Saying thank you is just not enough for making my birthday celebration a trip of a lifetime. I loved every minute of it. I don’t know how to begin or end when people ask me how the trip was, the sightseeing, the exotic location, the lavish touches, the unique experiences, the laughter, the surprises every hour, the touching moments and the wonderful energy. Nina, you deserve all the praises, your attention to detail and perfection shone through and you exposed us to experiences that touched our hearts and senses.”
Chetna Naik, Marrakech, Morocco
July 2016


“Thank you for the well wishes! And a huge thank you for putting our Alaska trip together for us... It was awesome!! Everyone had a wonderful time.. Allowed for some much needed family time.”
Sangita Patel, Alaska Cruise
June 2016


“The Fathom cruise was unlike any travel experience I’ve had before. I was intrigued by the idea of an impact cruise and jumped at the opportunity to try it out. I went in with absolutely no preconceptions of what the trip would be like. Just an open heart and an open mind. From the minute we stepped onto the cruise ship, I could tell there was something different about the outlook and mentality of the people we were traveling with. One of the best parts of the cruise was meeting with these like-minded individuals from all over the world who were making a conscious effort to give back and make a positive impact on the communities we reached out to. It was an incredible experience and I feel grateful that I had the opportunity to create friendships that will last a lifetime!
The impact activities were so much fun to participate in as well! I was impressed by how organized and enthusiastic the local organizations were. Like most volunteer trips, you definitely learn and receive more than you can ever give. I will never forget the warmth and laughter of the women we worked with at RePapel, a women’s entrepreneurship initiative that creates recycled products for sale. Though these women have sacrificed everything for the wellbeing of their families, they were so humble, giving, and full of LIFE. Not only did it make me appreciate all that we have, but made me realize how much we have to learn from the world around us if we are just willing to push ourselves out of our comfort zones and try something new.”

Ms. NJP, Fathom Cruise, Dominican Republic
April 2016


“We have some leopards, elephants, and lions on our walls which make me smile daily. The vacation/coffee table books may not be done for a long while but that’s ok because the memories loom large! It is impossible to describe to others and I am so glad this is a memory we’ll share together.”
Mrs. Beckman, African Safari
August 2014


“There was nothing more gratifying on my recent trip to Turks and Caicos then spending a half day painting a new science class room for the local elementary school….  It gave me a new appreciation for what we take for granted and made an impact in the lives of some amazing kids.”
Nilesh Patel, Turks & Caicos
February 2012


“You think a lot about how lucky you are in the U.S. when you have the opportunity to go out to different places in the world and do things for the people there that you wouldn’t dream of doing at home but it makes you get a whole new perspective on life and how lucky you are to be living it here.”
12 year old, Vietnam/Cambodia
November 2011


“Everyone is the same, no matter how different our lives are. Each person has value and deserves to be treated with no less respect than anyone else. I really picked this up when washing people's feet [in Peru with Samaritan’s Feet]. It really was a humbling experience.”
High School Senior, Peru
June 2011