Culture Traveler Express is designed to provide our valued clients with 24 hour access to VIP online booking tools and extensive informational resources. Our boutique luxury travel service attends to discerning individuals and groups inspired by diverse cultures, fine arts, exquisite cuisine and unique global destinations. Our hallmark is outstanding customer service and we pride ourselves on creativity.
Would you like to celebrate a special anniversary overlooking the Bay of Biscay with a magical three hour lunch at the 3-Michelin starred Akelare restaurant in San Sebastian, Spain? Or witness the incomparable artistry of the Berlin Philharmonic as part of the Easter Festival at the historic Festspielhaus in Baden-Baden, Germany? Perhaps you would find a luxury expedition to Antarctica a thrilling adventure to punctuate a milestone birthday?
From Alaska to Florida, Lisbon to Capetown, South America to Asia, the opportunities are limitless. So, would you like to become a Culture Traveler? Here is where you begin your discovery...
Biography: Kareem George, is the Founder and Principal of Culture Traveler, LLC, a boutique luxury travel company focusing on unique experiences centered around arts, culture and cuisine. A lifelong traveler, Mr. George has visited more than 35 countries and nearly all seven continents. Culture Traveler designs inspired itineraries ranging from African safaris to gastronomic tours of France/Spain to cultural immersions in Central and South America.
Mr. George holds the designation of Certified Travel Associate (The Travel Institute) and specialist recognition for Alaska, Hawaii and Morocco.
Top Destinations: South Africa, Turkey, France, Spain, Argentina, Germany and England.
Specialties: Safari, Cruises, Gastronomic Touring, River Cruises, Luxury Travel, Classical Music and Fine Arts experiences.
Recent Trips: Mississippi River Cruise, Memphis and New Orleans (May 2016); Panama City, Panama and the Panama Canal (April 2016); San Jose, Santa Teresa, and Arenal, Costa Rica (March 2016); Antigua, Guatemala (March 2016).