• Portugal!

    Portugal: Palace of Pena. Go Now!

    Portugal
    Although next to the seas and made famous by trade, Portugal boasts dynamic landscapes and architecture, including the Palace of Pena (pictured) near the town of Sintra. Go to Portugal!

  • Dominican Republic!

    Dominican Republic: Houses on the beach. Go Now!

    Dominican Republic
    Dominican Republic is home to the oldest European settlements in North America and still holds a Spanish charm, but for many tourists, the greatest attraction is the beach. Begin Your Journey!

  • New Zealand!

    New Zealand: Mountainous interior. Go Now!

    New Zealand
    Striking extremes meet in New Zealand from coast to mountains, from North Island to South Island, and from the Maori to the Pākehā (or ethnic Europeans). Explore New Zealand!

  • Japan!

    Japan: Traditional foods. Go Now!

    Japan
    Japan has a rich culture that is visible today in the country's dress, architecture, language, food (pictured), and lifestyle. Begin Your Journey!

  • Bahrain!

    Bahrain: Desert. Go Now!

    Bahrain
    This tiny country has overcome the desert and has found a way to thrive, like this tree on al Jazair Beach. Explore Bahrain!

  • Bulgaria!

    Bulgaria: An old Turkish bridge. Go Now!

    Bulgaria
    The isolated mountains of Bulgaria hide cultural gems around every corner, including this old Turkish bridge in the Rhodopi Mountains. Explore Bulgaria!

Business Travelers

Welcome

At Safari the Globe we focus on foreign cultures, which includes everything from foreign languages, foods, and family life to how people dress, behave, and even what sports they like. Although our audience varies, there are numerous cultural aspects that strongly affect international business from understanding a country's history to navigating their modern culture. International business is rarely successful without understanding how and why an individual's foreign counter-part thinks and acts as he or she does.

While some of the information on Safari the Globe may not be real relevant to business travelers (such as architecture), other cultural aspects are crucial in conducting international business, including how people dress, behave, greet each other, and dine. Before stepping on a plane, be sure you understand the people you are working with and their culture. Know how to greet these people, how and what to eat, what their religion believes and how it affects their lifestyle or diet, their superstitions, and how they identify.

Business Consultation Services

Our president and founder, Justin Dodge, has over eight years of experience in the international business world and has personally conducted business in over 20 countries. He offers business consultation in both market entry & expansion and second in actual business relationships with foreign colleagues. For more information on this service, please visit our Consultation Services page.

Resources

We hope this website helps you know and understand people of all countries and we hope through this knowledge your business interactions and dealings also improve. Below we have links to some of the more relevant pages on this website for business travelers. However, we also welcome you to explore everything we have to offer by visiting our many country pages, which can be easily accessed using the drop down box on the top of every page.

Foreign Cultures:
Food, Dining, & Drinks:
Greetings, Dress, & Behavior: