Discover a Secret World Through the Art of Tracking

Published on May 7, 2019

Interested in learning more about EcoTraining’s EcoTracker course? Check it out here. There is an entire hidden world to discover and you wouldn’t even know unless you recognized the signs. This is what tracking in the bush is about… being able to gather a…

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Outdoor Adventure in Chile’s Lake District

Published on May 7, 2019

For those taking multiple days to make the road and ferry journey through the Andean Lake District between Chile and Argentina, Cruce Andino offers several outdoor adventures in the wilds of Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park. Anyone staying more than one night…

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Read All About It: Kenya Makes “Where To Go 2019” List

Published on May 6, 2019

Bloomberg News recently featured a story on the 21 hottest destinations around the globe in 2019 — including Kenya. Quotable quote: “If you don’t have the flexibility for a long trip but have always wanted to watch 1.7 million wildebeests thunder across…

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Four Things You Absolutely Must Do in Cusco

Published on May 3, 2019

Are you trekking the Salkantay Trail to Machu Picchu with Peru Ecocamp? Before or after that great adventure, you’re bound to spend time in Cusco, the old Inca city in the heart of the Peruvian Andes and the jumping off spot for…

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In Search of the Bengal Tiger

Published on May 1, 2019

Jungle Sutra is offering a six-day wildlife safari this October especially designed for a sighting of the elusive Bengal tiger in India. The journey revolves around the legendary Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, world renowned for its big striped cats. India is home to…

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Read All About It: Try This Remote Guyana Jungle Lodge

Published on April 29, 2019

The Daily Mail (UK) recently featured a travel story on getting away from it all by staying at a remote jungle eco-lodge in the Guyana rainforest which can only be reached by boat. Quotable quote: “Talk about off the beaten track. If…

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Polar Gear of Yesteryear: Expedition Fashion 100 Years Ago

Published on April 25, 2019

As one of the pioneers of modern travel in the polar regions, Oceanwide Expeditions has accumulated an amazing array of knowledge on different topics pertaining to the human and natural history in the Arctic and Antarctic — including fashion. Or more specifically,…

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Circling Canada’s First Frontier — Newfoundland

Published on April 24, 2019

Explore Newfoundland at its most authentic — by sea — on Adventure Canada’s Newfoundland Circumnavigation cruise of the legendary island Oct 2-12, 2019 (and again in October of 2020). The cruise aboard the 198-passenger Ocean Endeavour includes daily excursions to explore the…

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5 Tips for Traveling in Uganda & Rwanda

Published on April 23, 2019

Nothing compares with having someone on the ground with an intimate understanding of the place you’re visiting. Adventure Consults takes great pride in knowing that travelers can immerse themselves in everything that Uganda and Rwanda have to offer with complete peace of…

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Reserva Cerro Paine’s New Climbing Adventures

Published on April 23, 2019

Two climbing areas in Torres del Paine National Park — Cueva del Puma and Tucúquere — have recently been upgraded with five new routes added. The routes, which are specially designed to take into consideration high wind speeds and extreme temperatures, were…

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Read All About It: The Wrong Way to Visit Iceland

Published on April 20, 2019

Bloomberg News ran a travel story advising readers to ignore everything Instagram shows you about Iceland and venture instead to the hidden places few travelers have ever seen on the North Atlantic island. Quotable quote: “Four years ago, Instagram had 800,000 photos…

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Kenya Private Villa Safari

Published on April 19, 2019

Cheli & Peacock offers the ultimate safari experience — a chance to stay at two exclusive, privately owned and managed luxury villas at Masai Mara and Diani Beach. These villa safaris are available families, groups or even couples who rave a romantic…

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Amazing encounters with the Indigenous Peoples of Guyana

Published on April 18, 2019

Thousands of years ago, Guyana’s native inhabitants settled on the coastal plains of Guyana, but later migrated to the deep interior regions of the country to find a means of survival and freedom from colonial invasion. The rich landscape, brimming with fertile…

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Shanga Finalist for Tourism for Tomorrow Award

Published on April 17, 2019

Shanga — Elewana Collection’s landmark social enterprise program based at Arusha Coffee Lodge in Tanzania — was named as one of three finalists for a 2019 Tourism for Tomorrow Award in the “Investing in People” category. Announced April 5 at the World…

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Lower Rates for Kenya Safari Guiding Course

Published on April 16, 2019

New Kenya FGASA Qualification course in the Masai Mara EcoTraining, Africa’s oldest and largest guide training company will be offering the FGASA level one qualification within the Masai Mara from the 14th of September this year. As part of this qualification course, participants…

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Iceland and Greenland Summer Cruise Deals

Published on April 16, 2019

With the 2019 summer season fast approaching, Iceland ProCruises is offering the following special deals on guaranteed double cabins and single cabins without supplement: Guaranteed double cabins Discounted double occupancy, porthole cabin. This special offer guarantees a double cabin with a porthole…

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Read All About It: Best African Wildlife Holidays

Published on April 16, 2019

The Telegraph newspaper (UK) offers tips on the best African wildlife holidays for 2019 — whatever your budget — including Elsa’s Kopje Meru by Elewana at Meru National Park in northern Kenya. Quotable quote: “Kenya is where safaris were born and lions…

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Read All About It: In the Canadian Arctic, Ice Reigns Supreme

Published on April 15, 2019

USA Today offers a story on how sailing through the Northwest Passage — with Adventure Canada — reveals an appreciation for life in the frozen North. Quotable quote: “If your vision is anything like most ‘Southerners’ you see the North as arid,…

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Read All About It: 11 Breathtaking Photos of Torres del Paine

Published on April 12, 2019

National Geographic Traveler magazine ran a photo story about a journey through the wilds of Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chile. Quotable quote: “To fully experience this rugged and beautiful landscape, it requires driving, hiking, horseback riding, and boating in…

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