Read All About It: Forget Florida — Take the Kids to Africa!

Published on March 20, 2020

Moms Magazine (Canada) offers its picks for the family vacation spots around the world that “aren’t Florida” — including a Tanzania safari with the Elewana Collection. Quotable quote: “Africa with kids? That probably sounds crazy, but many travel experts agree that a…

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What’s the Big Deal with East Greenland?

Published on March 17, 2020

Why is Iceland ProCruises adding wild and remote East Greenland to several of its 2021 itineraries? Because in some ways it’s even more spectacular than the big island’s west coast — and a lot less visited. Two destinations in East Greenland —…

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EcoTracker: Following in the “footsteps” of wild animals

Published on March 16, 2020

Unravel nature’s secrets through the ancient art of tracking on an EcoTracking Course in Southern Africa. You will be surprised by what you will find in the African wilderness once you have mastered this skill. What is that? Who made it? When…

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Free Kayaking and Arctic Workshops

Published on March 13, 2020

Oceanwide Expeditions is offering free sea kayaking — as well as free workshops on sextant navigation and polar photography — aboard several of its Arctic cruises this summer and fall. Free kayaking is being offered on these voyages: PLA14-20: North Spitsbergen, 24-31…

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Cycling Safaris in Uganda

Published on March 12, 2020

Adventure Consults realizes that most (if not all) travelers don’t enjoy spending lots of time in motor vehicles or motorized boats. As a result, we’ve decided to introduce cycling safaris as a way to complement the safari experience for those traveling with…

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10 reasons to book your trip in the Amazon now

Published on March 10, 2020

This post is for the undecided. For those who want to travel but cannot find the time. For those who want to see the world but don’t know where to start. For those who want to discover the immensity of the Amazon…

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Winter Trekking In Torres Del Paine

Published on March 9, 2020

Things are just starting to heat up in Torres Del Paine! After a very busy peak season at Fantástico Sur, the national park’s premier trekking company is pleased to announce its new winter program. “Winter W” includes six days along the national…

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Buy One Get One Free from Jungle Experiences!

Published on March 6, 2020

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Rwanda’s Newly Named Gorilla Babies

Published on March 6, 2020

Have you ever imagined what exactly takes place at Rwanda’s famous gorilla naming ceremony since its inception 15 years ago? Adventure Consults passionately participates in this prestigious event, which aims at promoting Rwanda nature conservation and responsible tourism initiatives. Naming a newly…

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New Masai Mara — Uganda Flight Connection

Published on March 6, 2020

East Africa’s regional air service took a giant leap last June by adding direct flights from Kenya’s Masai Mara National Preserve to Entebbe International Airport in Uganda. The new flight makes it much easier for visitors to combine Masai Mara’s legendary wildlife…

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Gorilla’s Nest: Rwanda’s Newest Luxury Lodge

Published on March 6, 2020

As the year 2019 was coming to the end, the prestigious One&Only hotel and resorts group opened a brand-new jungle sanctuary in Rwanda for those seeking intimate experiences, personalized service, perfect meals and beautiful surroundings. Cushioned in the foothills of the Virunga…

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Uganda’s Gorilla Population Increases 51%

Published on March 6, 2020

Great news for gorillas and the humans that adore them: The latest wildlife census determined that Uganda’s mountain gorilla population has increased from 400 (in 2011) to 459 (in 2018), bringing the total global wild population to 1,063 individuals. Uganda’s Ministry of…

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Uganda Wildlife Tariff Revised

Published on March 6, 2020

In a bid to promote conservation and sustainable tourism, the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) recently revised its visitor tariffs. More than 90% of the fees remained the same, but gorilla and chimpanzee permit prices were affected. The cost of gorilla permits was…

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Welcoming Back Uganda’s Flag Carrier

Published on March 6, 2020

As dozens of international carriers increase frequency to and from Entebbe Airport, Uganda’s national flag carrier was revived and began flying again in August 2019 for the first time since 2001. Uganda Airlines took delivery of four CRJ900 aircraft from Canadian aircraft…

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Guyana’s Caiman House: Home Sweet Home in the Amazon

Published on March 6, 2020

Trips into the jungle should be epic — think of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness or Coppola’s Apocalypse Now! — and this one is no different. Reaching Yupukari village in the Guyana interior requires a flight from Georgetown to Lethem in the Amazon…

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Why Costa Rica? Incredible Nature & Wildlife

Published on March 4, 2020

Costa Rican nature is renowned for an amazing array of species and habitats. Indeed, the numbers are impressive. But they hardly describe the breathtaking beauty of rainforests that cradle such incredible biodiversity. Despite its relative small size (compared to say, Brazil), Costa…

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Kenya Coast Extension

Published on March 2, 2020

Before or after your East African wildlife safari, experience the soft white-sand beaches and warm Indian Ocean of the Kenyan coastline while embracing the simplicity and serenity of life at Ocean SPA Lodge. The Ocean SPA Lodge An intimate, boutique property on…

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Kids Can Cruise the Andes for Free

Published on March 2, 2020

From now until the end of April 2020, children up to 11 years and 11 months travel free on both one-way and round-trip journeys with Cruce Andino through the Lake District of southern Chile and Argentina. These trips navigate the mighty Andes…

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Read All About It: Socially Conscious Arctic Travel

Published on February 28, 2020

Ottawa Life Magazine (Canada) recently ran a story on how Adventure Canada’s “High Arctic Explorer” cruise offers socially conscious travel at its finest. Quotable quote: “The landscapes of the Arctic are unlike any I have ever seen. However what touched me the…

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Discovering Recoleta

Published on February 27, 2020

Located in the epicenter of Buenos Aire, the Recoleta Grand is a great choice for discovering the Argentine capital’s historic (and super trendy) Recoleta neighborhood. The hotel is also super convenient — just 20 minutes from the Jorge Newbery International Airport (where…

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