R. Crusoe Luxury Travel Blog
My wife, Anna, and I have just returned from hosting a remarkable Crusoe journey in Vietnam. Our co-hosts were Chef Thai Dang of Chicago’s own HaiSous Vietnamese Kitchen and his wife, mixologist-par-excellence Danielle.
The tour centered on Vietnam’s vastly varied culinary offerings, and we ate our way through the ... Read More >Read More >
This coming Monday, 10 February, Crusoe Managing Director Brett Cumberland and his wife, Anna, will be in Hanoi, Vietnam, to greet a small group of Crusoe travelers. They are joined by co-hosts Chef Thai Deng and his wife, Danielle, founders of HaiSous Vietnamese Kitchen.Read More >
Those of us who love world travel sometimes like to go—curl up, that is, on the couch with a good movie. We took a quick survey of the R. Crusoe staff to find out their favorite movies, those in which a European city or country figures prominently, almost as a main character. Below is our ... Read More >Read More >
Condé Nast Traveler has just published its “Best Hotels in the World: 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards.” The list—50 hotels long—includes, in its top 20, a number of R. Crusoe’s favorite properties.
Here they are:La Mamounia. Marrakech, Morocco. Since 1923, La Mamounia has does just about everything right while making guests feel like they’ve stumbled ... Read More > Read More >
20 Nov 2018Posted in From the R. Crusoe team
David Weber, our former Managing Director and founder of R. Crusoe & Son, recently led his final Crusoe Hosted Journey accompanied by his wife, Patty. The Webers have been hosting journeys for years, globetrotting with small groups of travelers to Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, and South America. Their experiences have had ... Read More >Read More >
21 Dec 2017Posted in From the R. Crusoe team
The Bad News: The ad misprinted the phone number, and instead of reaching the white-bearded wonder, the kids connected to the Continental Air Defense command operations ... Read More >Read More >
Some foreign countries require American citizens to have two blank visa pages in their passports in order to enter. South Africa is one example. According to the South African Department of Home Affairs, visitors from the United States applying for an entry visa “must have at least TWO unused page for entry/departure endorsements.”
Here’s what ... Read More >Read More >
As Thanksgiving approaches, R. Crusoe & Son would like to let you, our travelers, know how much we appreciate you. So we send out a tremendous “thank you” for your trust, your confidence, and your patronage. Happy holiday to you and yours.
As this November rolled around, we tried to imagine what the Pilgrims’ and Wampanoags’ ... Read More >Read More >
This fall, R. Crusoe & Son has been on the move with several special interest groups. Where have we been, and what have we been up to?Read More >