The word “home” has so many different personal meanings these days; one thing is for certain, though – it has become so much more than just the place “where you hang your hat.” We’ve always felt that one of the most important parts of travel is experiencing what “home” means in the destinations you’re exploring – so in this edition of The Compass we thought we’d take a look at homes the world over.
This is the time of year that we publish our annual edition of Connections, featuring photos and stories reflecting on the year past and the year ahead. We’re giving Connections a little different twist this year as it takes over The Compass for four weeks beginning December 2 – keep an eye on your emails, and The Compass will return at the beginning of January to ring in the New Year!
Ken Burns American Journeys
Our longstanding partnership with documentary filmmakers Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan enriches our travel experiences on our journeys within the national parks. In this vignette created exclusively for Tauck, Dayton Duncan shares insights into Mormon Row Historic District, the community whose historic significance included its landscape architecture and use of local materials, becoming part of Grand Teton National Park in the mid-1900s. He observes that Mormon Row is the “preservation of a culture that was fairly unique to the Western United States. On a larger scale the parks aren’t just great scenery… it’s the story of who we are. Mormon Row… is one little slice in remembrance that it’s also about what humans have done in the midst of this overwhelming nature.”
Grizzly Bears: A Year in the Life
Exclusively created for Tauck with BBC Earth
A Walk Through Canada's Capital Cities
Enjoy recent presentation A Walk Through Canada’s Capital Cities, with Tauck Directors Sydney Holmes, Genevieve Thibault and Felix Audet and Tour Architect Valerie Dulin.
Click the link below to view the recording.
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