Quick Escape into the Andes

Published on January 21, 2020

Peru Ecocamp’s Getaway Tour is for the adventurous traveler who has fewer days and wants to enjoy the breathtaking Peruvian Andes while staying at luxurious eco-camps that provide a true glamping experience. The tour gives affords a chance to contemplate the majesty…

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50% Off from SkySafari

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EcoTraining and Tourvest Partner on Community Guide Training

Published on January 17, 2020

EcoTraining and Tourvest have signed a three-year deal to launch its first-ever Field Guide Training Academy. The initiative identifies local candidates to study and qualify as field guides and provide them with employment opportunities and empowerment within the industry. Tourvest is a…

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East Africa’s First All-Female Anti-Poaching Unit

Published on January 14, 2020

Segera Conservancy in Kenya’s Laikipia region Kenya — a destination that features prominently in Cheli & Peacock safaris — recently launched the first ever, all female anti-poaching unit in East Africa. The 12 Maasai women in the unit received six months of…

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Read All About It: Chile’s Lake District Hits No. 1

Published on January 13, 2020

CNN Travel has listed Chile’s spectacular Lake District as the first among the 20 best places to visit in 2020. Quotable quote: “A visit to “Los Lagos” away from the urban centers offers travelers astonishing landscapes and serenity. This region is set…

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Rwanda Primate Ramble

Published on January 10, 2020

This seven-day/six-night safari with Adventure Consults takes visitors trekking in Rwanda’s leading primate destinations, where they’ll be able to track mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, black & white colobus and golden monkeys. Highlights: Day 1: Nyungwe Forest National Park. Six-hour journey from Kigalito the…

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Terranova Costa Rica Joins Emerging Destinations

Published on January 8, 2020

We are extremely pleased to announce that Terranova Costa Rica joins the Emerging Destination family in January. With more than 20 years of experience in the market, Terranova boasts the knowledge, partnerships and perfect team to design, organize and execute the best…

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Cozy Comfort at the Edge of the World

Published on January 8, 2020

  Patagonia doesn’t get any more cozy or comfortable than Hotel Las Torres in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park. The legendary wilderness lodge — located along the “W” Trail at the base of the towering mountain range — boasts 74 guest…

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Read All About It: Best Places To Go In 2020

Published on January 7, 2020

Conde Nast Traveler recently published its picks of the best places to travel in 2020. And included in list this time is Guyana. Quotable quote: “Though it has plenty of reasons to stand out — as South America’s only English-speaking country, and…

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Elewana Creates Tantalizing New Menus

Published on January 7, 2020

  Culinary trainer and chef consultant Nicola Bryden is currently working her way through The Elewana Collection’s safari camps and hotels in East Africa, bringing the food alive and energizing the chef teams. Nicola’s cooking style is influenced from her vast experience…

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Peru Ecocamp Adds Fixed Departures

Published on January 6, 2020

Peru Ecocamp is launching fixed departures on its Andes glamping trips in 2020 to give greater opportunity to travelers who wish to join a group rather than make the Machu Picchu trek themselves. All of these small-group trips will feature the personalized…

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Discovering Punta del Este

Published on January 3, 2020

Flanked more than 12 miles of fabulous beach, The Grand Hotel Punta del Este is the perfect place to kick back, catch some rays or dive into various water sports. But there’s more to the chic Uruguay than just fabulous beaches. The…

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Read All About It: How Climate Change is Transforming Arctic Travel

Published on December 27, 2019

USA Today recently featured a story on how a warmer climate is transforming Arctic travel, a situation that makes Arctic tourism more feasible than ever before but at the same time presents major challenges to the region’s human and animal inhabitants. Quotable…

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Read All About It: Chile & Guyana Rise Up the Charts

Published on December 20, 2019

Travel + Leisure magazine named Guyana and Chile’s Lake District among the 50 best places to visit in 2020 whether you’re a solo traveler or family on vacation. What they said about Chile’s Lake District: “Primed to be the perfect spot for…

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Mount Roraima Podcast Series

Published on December 20, 2019

Climbing Guyana’s incredible Mt Roraima is the focus of a new five-part series on Terra Incognito: The Adventure Podcast. The episodes run from preparation and takeoff in Georgetown, parachute drop into the Guyana rainforest, trekking through the pristine jungle to reach the…

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Iceland ProCruises Adds East Greenland in 2021

Published on December 19, 2019

Starting in the 2021 summer season, Iceland ProCruises is adding two super-remote destinations in East Greenland to a couple of its cruise itineraries in the North Atlantic. Ammassalik Island is characterized by glaciers, jagged peaks, rivers, lakes and waterfalls. There are vast…

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Adventure Canada Supports Science & Scholarship

Published on December 18, 2019

There’s a long tradition in expedition travel of working with scientists, researchers, and explorers — going back to the time when Adventure Canada booked space aboard their ships for their Arctic and northern Canada cruises. Now the tables have turned. Today, the…

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Read All About It: The Perfect Holiday in Chile

Published on December 16, 2019

 The Daily Telegraph newspaper in Britain just ran a story on planning the perfect vacation in Chile. Their 16-day itinerary includes both the Lake District (Cruce Andino) and Torres del Paine National Park (Hotel las Torres, Fantástico Sur). Quotable quote: “From north…

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Discounts on Oceanwide’s 2020 Arctic Cruises

Published on December 16, 2019

Oceanwide Expeditions often encounters industry professionals who claim it’s difficult to sell Arctic trips early in the season, as potential clients are somehow convinced there’s less to experience at that time – specifically in Spitsbergen during the month of June. This unfortunate…

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