Pauwels Travel Blog

Ibn Battuta once said “Travelling, it leaves you speechless then turns you into a storyteller”. With that in mind the Pauwels Travel family invite you to share your favorite insights, tips and personal travel stories on our new blog and we will do the same. Together we can inspire each other to broaden our horizons, gain a new insight on the world, and grow by experiencing new things. Our blog on travel will highlight travel friendly tips, the new trends, the rare moments that make travel special.

Tony Aspler's May Wine Tour for Pauwels

Pauwels Travel, posted on June 6, 2019

Click on the following url to read Tony's blog about this trip.  


Ten Reasons to Use a Travel Agent

Pauwels Travel, posted on January 19, 2019

(Courtesy of the Air Transat website) CONVENIENT ONE-STOP SHOPPING. So much goes into the perfect vacation: lodging, ground transportation, activities, tours. A travel agent handles all this and more. EXPANDED POSSIBILITIES. Travel agents can suggest enhancements to your vacation that you ...


A Walk Through Romantic Verona

Pauwels Travel, posted on June 15, 2017

  As we are washing down a tasty appetizer of sardine in saor, sweet and sour sardines, a specialty of Venice and surroundings since time immemorial, with crisp white wine from the vineyards of Soave, a young man at the neighbouring table suddenly gets down on bended knee and asks his ...


Tanzania Wildlife - Fun Facts!

Pauwels Travel, posted on June 12, 2017

A Giraffe's heart can weigh 25 kg. and pumps blood 6 meters to it's head. The Giraffe is the national symbol of Tanzania. Wildebeest and Zebra migrate together because Zebra trample the higher grasses so the Wildebeest can graze on the low grasses. Zebra provide protection by using their ...


A look back at our Tanzania Tour

Pauwels Travel, posted on May 30, 2017

The following is a synopsis of our latest adventure. Some of the descriptions are taken from our travel itinerary provided by Pauwels Travel, managed by our good friend Sandra Pauwels, who with her husband Steve Thomas, escorted the tour. Oh yes, Steve is a good friend also! The rest of ...