Cruising the Amazon Is For You If . . .

Published on July 20, 2019

There are trips in life that awaken the soul, that transform the traveler. There are experiences that have their own energy, which connect travelers to their true selves. Traveling to the Amazon is one of those wonderful experiences. Travelers who recognize themselves…

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Can You See Yourself Doing a Bushwalk?

Published on July 19, 2019

EcoTraining’s awesome EcoQuest course isn’t about dashing from one Big Five sighting to the next in a safari vehicle. It’s about getting intimate with the ecosystem and the biodiversity of the area around Karongwe Camp in South Africa. And walking in the…

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Read All About It: Guyana welcomes record visitor numbers

Published on July 16, 2019

Breaking Travel News (UK) offers a story on how Guyana continues to grow as a destination of choice for travelers. By the end of December, the South American nation had recorded 286,732 visitor arrivals for 2018 — a 15.93% increase from the…

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Read All About It: Images from the Unexplored World

Published on July 16, 2019

Love Exploring (UK) recently ran a photo essay on some of the world’s wildest places. Greenland (Iceland ProCruises), Canada’s Northwest Passage and Labrador (Adventure Canada), South Georgia and St Helena islands (Oceanwide Expeditions), and the Amazon Rainforest (Jungle Experiences) are among the…

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Zanzibar for Music Lovers

Published on July 15, 2019

Sauti za Busara, the Zanzibar music festival that brings people together under African skies, has signed a new sponsorship deal with the Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania and secured US$340,000 funding to cover the cost of hosting the event for the next three…

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Read All About It: Guyana is South America’s Best-Kept Secret

Published on July 14, 2019

The Thrillist online magazine offers a story by Andrew Evans about the “gorgeous jungle nation” that’s South America’s best-kept secret.    Quotable quote: “Forget about the well-trod tourist trail through Costa Rica, Peru, and Brazil — Guyana’s untouched interior offers the ultimate…

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Read All About It: African Airlines That Should Be On Your Radar

Published on July 13, 2019

Conde Nast Traveler recently published a story on the best African airlines, a list that includes South African Airways, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airways, RwandAir, Egypt Air, and Royal Air Maroc.    Quotable quote: “This rise in homegrown airlines more easily unlocks some…

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Read All About It: The Intriguing, Emerging Destination of Guyana

Published on July 10, 2019

Travel Agent Magazine ran a special report on Guyana in its recent June-July issue, with a cover story that takes a firsthand look at the intriguing, emerging South American destination. Quotable quote: “We found a country with a unique, natural environment that…

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Cerro Negro Ranch — The Perfect Complement to Torres del Paine

Published on July 10, 2019

Located midway between Punta Arenas and Torres del Paine National Park, Estancia Cerro Negro is a perfect place to enjoy a traditional lamb barbecue and savor the lifestyle of an authentic Patagonian ranch during your sojourn with Hotel las Torres. Cerro Negro…

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Read All About It: Cedar Swan Talks Canada Food

Published on July 9, 2019

Far & Wide (Canada) offers an interview with Adventure Canada CEO Cedar Swan, who discusses why food as such a big part of the adventure of travel and the exploration of new destinations, and how what’s a person’s plate is tied to…

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“The Full Experience” — Cusco to Machu Picchu

Published on July 8, 2019

The Peru Ecocamp Full Experience Tour allows guests the comfort of an airport pick up as well as hotel arrangements in Cusco before and after taking on the Salkantay Trail — a glamping trek from the Mollepata Valley around Mount Salkantay to…

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Argentina’s Best (and Oldest) National Park

Published on July 5, 2019

Nahuel Huapi National Park is one of the highlights of the Cruce Andino route through the Andes. Not only is it Argentina’s oldest national park (established in 1934), but many people feel its also the nation’s best — a wondrous blend of…

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Read All About It: Indigenous People Propose Amazon “Corridor of Life”

Published on July 1, 2019

BBC News (UK) ran a story on how indigenous groups in the Amazon have proposed a Mexico-sized “corridor of life.” If it comes to fruition, the world’s biggest protected area would provide a sanctuary for people, wildlife and climate stability stretching across…

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Snowshoeing is the Perfect Polar Activity

Published on June 27, 2019

One of the most beloved polar sports is also one of the oldest. Snowshoeing has been the preferred means of foot travel in the Arctic since antiquity. And in the years since Antarctica was discovered, it’s been highly popular among researchers and…

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Read All About It: Kilindi Zanzibar Review

Published on June 26, 2019

The Daily Telegraph (UK) sent their ace travel writer to review the Elewana Kilindi Zanzibar resort in Tanzania. Quotable quote: “The former getaway of ABBA’s Benny Andersson is now a boutique retreat, with 50 acres of forest and a secluded beach on…

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A Jungle Survival Experience that can transform you

Published on June 25, 2019

As one of the greenest swathes on earth, Guyana is blessed with bio-diversity that is hard to match. It is covered in miles of impenetrable rainforests that are home to rare creatures on land and water and in the high canopies above….

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10 Reasons to Travel with Iceland ProCruises

Published on June 21, 2019

There’s only one authentic way to cruise Iceland and Greenland — with Iceland ProCruises. And here are ten reasons why: 1. Iceland ProCruises was the first Icelandic company to offer sea voyages around Iceland and Greenland and has been traveling the area…

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The “TV Stars” of Tarangire Treetops

Published on June 18, 2019

Wanna see what Tarangire Treetops in northern Tanzania is like before or after your safari with The Elewana Collection in East Africa? The upscale wilderness lodge has a live camera facing its watering hole that enables viewers to glimpse live images and…

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Are the Andaman Islands the next Maldives?

Published on June 18, 2019

Creative Travel has announced a gold initiative by the Indian government to boost tourism in the picturesque Andaman & Nicobar Islands, developments that will help mold the Bay of Bengal territory into major tropical island tourism destination like the Maldives or Mauritius….

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Read All About It: 18 Reasons to Visit Argentina

Published on June 16, 2019

The Daily Telegraph (UK) offers a travel story on various reasons why you absolutely need to visit Argentina this year — like exploring Bariloche and the stunning Lake District (which you can do with Cruce Andino) and visiting Ushuaia, the world’s southernmost…

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