Introducing the Enchanted Travel family in the Galapagos and Mainland Ecuador

Published on April 19, 2021

The Enchanted family of travel brands offer 40 years of experience operating tours to the Galapagos Islands, Mainland Ecuador, and beyond and includes: * Enchanted Expeditions, a DMC, based in Quito, Ecuador, * Two 4 star Yachts in the Galapagos Islands: the…

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Don’t Let Covid Stop You from Visiting the Amazon This Year

Published on April 1, 2021

Why wait to visit the Amazon when the world’s greatest rainforest is ready to welcome you now? Jungle Experiences offers its tips on how to visit Peru in general — and the Peruvian Amazon in particular — while the pandemic is still…

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Costa Rica: Sustainable Tourism Is a Lifestyle Rather Than Lip Service

Published on March 25, 2021

In Costa Rica, sustainable travel has evolved way beyond a trendy catchphrase for those who pay lip service to green ideals. Now it’s a way of life that may save this planet and the humans that live on it. The Central American…

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Read All About It! Read All About It! Las Torres Wins Global Vision Award

Published on March 22, 2021

Travel + Leisure magazine has honored Las Torres Reserve with a Global Vision Award as an experience that changes the way people think about tourism. Along with Gladiator Trek on Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and Planet Abled in India, Las Torres was…

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Guyana’s Great Rodeo Show

Published on March 18, 2021

Guyana may be the wild south rather than the wild west, but that doesn’t mean the local cowboys don’t know how to rope cows or buck broncos like its Reno or Redmond rather than the Rupunini. If it’s a South American version…

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Read All About It! Read all About It! Costa Rica’s Buzzy Nicoya Peninsula

Published on March 12, 2021

Conde Nast Traveler (USA) reports on how a set of forward-thinking creative types are building on the Costa Rican region’s eco foundations. Quotable quote: “Just 140 miles from the capital, San José, and a motorboat hop from San Lucas is the Nicoya…

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Chile Pulls Ahead in the Vaccination Race

Published on March 9, 2021

Chile has emerged as the clear front runner in Latin America’s race to get as many people as possible vaccinated against Covid-19. According to the latest figures from the Our World in Data project at Oxford University in England, Chile is currently…

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Five Half-Day Tours in San Jose

Published on March 3, 2021

Terranova’s half-day tours in and around San Jose are a great possibility if you have a few hours between flights, if your departure flight is late, or you’re on business and have little free time to experience the beauty of Costa Rica….

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Guyana’s Great River Adventures

Published on February 23, 2021

The best way to truly experience a place is often by taking the road less travelled. So, while most travelers experience Guyana by land or air, think about exploring the country’s stunning natural beauty by boating on some of the hundreds of…

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Las Torres Unveils the Human Side of Patagonia

Published on February 18, 2021

It’s not all about incredible Chilean nature. Las Torres Reserve offers several half- and full-day tours that feature Patagonia’s human history and culture including a “Patagón” time trip excursion that examines remnants of the region’s ancient indigenous cultures and a “Baqueano Cultural…

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Read All About It! Read All About It! South America’s Most Endangered Tribe

Published on February 10, 2021

News.Com (Australia) offers rare photos and a fascinating look inside the “world’s most endangered tribe” — the nomadic Awá people of the Amazon — through the lens of a National Geographic photographer. Quotable quote: “There are only around 80 of the nomadic…

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Costa Rica After Covid: As Safe and Gorgeous as Ever

Published on February 4, 2021

Terranova reports that several international media outlets have run glowing stories about Costa Rica during the pandemic and recommended the Central American nation as one of the best places to visit after the crises has passed. The U.S. television show Good Morning…

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You Can Also Chill Out in Patagonia

Published on January 29, 2021

Patagonia may be world renowned for outdoor adventure. But part of the fun of visiting Torres del Paine National Park is letting your mind and body relax. In addition to hiking and horseback riding, guests at Las Torres Reserve can chill out…

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Cruising with Caimans (and Other Critters) in Karanambu

Published on January 25, 2021

The one wildlife species you’re bound to encounter several times during your trip into the heart of Guyana is the black caiman, a crocodile-like reptile that inhabits South America’s tropical wilderness. Sprawled on the banks of rivers with their mouths agape, or…

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Read All About It! Read All About It! How Amazonians saved the “Terminator” of the fish world

Published on January 8, 2021

CNN recently ran a story about how Indigenous communities in the Amazon Basin are helping save the arapaima, a massive predator fish that also makes pretty tasty eating. Quotable quote: “As fish go, the arapaima is pretty extraordinary. Found in the Amazon…

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Costa Rica’s New Golden Egg: The South Caribbean Coast

Published on January 4, 2021

The South Caribbean Coast is one of Costa Rica’s hidden gems, a place the travel industry has not yet discovered. For those relish under-the-radar destinations — and might want to make it their next vacation — Terranova offers a guide to the…

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“Mash” — Guyana’s Ultimate Bash

Published on December 30, 2020

On the 23rd of February 1970, Guyana became an independent nation. Every year, to commemorate this historic moment, Guyanese across the nation celebrate Mashramani. This indigenous word means “celebration after hard work” — which in this case reflects the hard work that…

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Four Ways to Trek the Legendary “W” Trail

Published on December 26, 2020

“Breathtaking scenery from approach to finish,” says AllTrails.com, the planet’s foremost hiking website. “Great accommodations as well. Overall one of the world’s great (hikes).” “Home to some of the world’s most dramatic and pristine mountain landscapes,” writes Green Global. “A delight to…

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2021 Wish List for Sustainability in the Amazon Rainforest Peru

Published on December 22, 2020

The past year has been hard for everyone. But now that 2020 is in the rear-view mirror, Jungle Experiences looks to the future with renewed optimism. Their biggest goal for 2021 is to continue taking good care of the Amazon environment with…

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It’s Not Too Late for Patagonia

Published on December 9, 2020

There’s still plenty of summer left at the bottom end of planet Earth. Which means it’s not too late to hike the legendary “W” and “O” Trails in Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park. Check out the deals still available from Las…

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