Cruce Andino — More Than Just Lakes and Mountains

Published on June 4, 2020

Cruce Andino was born with the intention of uniting two neighboring countries (Chile and Argentina) with a journey across South America’s mountainous spine. Over the years the trip has transformed into a ecological quest and outdoor adventure that shouldn’t be missed. Route…

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Three Ways to Stay at Torres del Paine

Published on June 2, 2020

Reserva Cerro Paine offers three awesome accommodation choices in Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park: Hotel Las Torres A hotel that rekindles Reserva Cerro Paine’s history as a ranch, with different room options for that restful sleep you need, combined with the…

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Read All About It! Read All About It!

Published on June 2, 2020

Canada’s Remote North Is Worth the Effort Afar Magazine (USA) ran a story on a 12-day expedition cruise with Adventure Canada between Greenland and the Canadian Arctic, during which the writer discovered that befriending a seven-year-old can be just as thrilling as spotting…

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Live the Adventure of a Lifetime on the Amazon River!

Published on June 1, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUVoj8gHjb4 Read More

Exploring Europe the Canadian Way

Published on May 28, 2020

Adventure Canada kicks off the 2021 summer season with two great cruises in Western Europe: “The Basque Country” in Spain and France; and “Scotland Slowly.” “The Basque Country” June 3 – 12 Along the western coasts of Spain and France, Euskal Herria…

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Terranova’s Wide World of Costa Rica

Published on May 27, 2020

TerraNova offers four distinct travel experiences in Costa Rica for those who want adventure, those who relish their luxury, couples of their honeymoon, and parents taking the whole family along. Adventure Experience 8 days, 7 nights San José, Arenal Lake & Volcano,…

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Will Ferrell Invades Iceland . . . and Eurovision

Published on May 26, 2020

He came, he saw, he didn’t quite conquer. That would be comedy superstar Will Ferrell, who plays an Icelander set on winning the Eurovision Song Contest in his latest movie. Scheduled to debut on Netflix on June 26th, Eurovision Song Contest: The…

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Experience Guyana from Your Sofa

Published on May 25, 2020

In the midst of a global pandemic, international travel has become all but impossible leaving many with an intense case of wanderlust. That travel itch is longing to be scratched as avid travelers are pent up at home dreaming of their next…

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Tanzania in style with Elewana’s SkySafari

Published on May 25, 2020

Travel Weekly (USA) recently dispatched a correspondent to East Africa to check out SkySafari by Elewana, a national park hopping adventure that included Tarangire, Ngorongoro and the Serengeti. Quotable quote: “On our weeklong trip . . . I was impressed by the…

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Make Like a Viking in 2021

Published on May 24, 2020

Discover Iceland’s volcanic landscapes and distinctive culture in 2021 on a “Best of Iceland” cruise aboard the MV Ocean Diamond.  This Iceland ProCruises voyage features pristine fjords, tremendous glaciers, hot springs and waterfalls. A range of exciting shore excursions offers countless ways…

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Bwindi’s Lockdown Gorilla Babies

Published on May 22, 2020

ADVENTURE CONSULTS While the whole world was on lockdown and travel restricted because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the mountain gorillas of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda were celebrating the arrival of two babies. During a post Covid-19 tourism recovery strategy Zoom…

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The Sacred Elephant Sanctuary Of Reteti

Published on May 22, 2020

Anyone who books a stay at Sarara Camp in northern Kenya through Cheli + Peacock Safaris should include a visit to Reteti Elephant Sanctuary in the remote Namunyak Conservancy. Situated in the remote Mathews Range in the heart of Samburu country, Reteti…

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Book the Amazon with Flexibility and Peace of Mind

Published on May 21, 2020

In the wake of the global pandemic, Jungle Experiences is offering new reservation policies so that passengers can book their future passage through the Peruvian Amazon with flexibility and peace of mind. Their new booking conditions allow passengers to book and postpone…

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Uganda’s Gorilla Population Increases 51%

Published on May 20, 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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Get Your Daily Bush Fix with EcoTraining Podcasts

Published on May 18, 2020

Does it ever feel like your wilderness knowledge is slowly fading away? Not to fear! EcoTraining Guides & Guardians and Kuduhear Sabine Kämper have combined forces to create a series of daily “Bush Fix” podcasts. The 23 episodes are designed to keep you…

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Pampering Yourself in Chile’s Iconic Park

Published on May 15, 2020

Before or after trekking the “W”  — or even if you´re exploring Torres del Paine by car or horse — pamper yourself at the historic Hotel Las Torres. Located inside the national park near the base of the granite towers, the wilderness…

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Flying An Airplane Right Through The Glass Ceiling

Published on May 13, 2020

Guyana’s First Female Pilots 1977 was a big year for the Guyana Defense Force. It was in that year that the force hired its first female pilots: Cheryl Pickering-Moore and Beverley Drake. “It was an exciting time in my life”, says Drake,…

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3 Reasons to Cross the Andes by Bike with Cruce Andino

Published on May 11, 2020

For anyone who loves cycling, crossing Andes by bike is a classic adventure. Do you know how many places you can cycle through the Andes between Chile and Argentina? Forty-three! That’s a huge number! But there’s only one crossing that offers the…

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Touring Argentina and Uruguay in High Style

Published on May 8, 2020

With upscale properties in three of South America’s most exciting destinations — Buenos Aires, Punta del Este and Iguazú Falls — Grand Hotels Lux offers discerning business and leisure travelers a stylish choice in accommodation, cuisine and leisure activities. Each of the four…

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Is the Legendary “W” Trail in Your Future?

Published on May 7, 2020

It’s not too early to start thinking about trekking the “W” Trail in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park during the 2020-2021 summer season that starts towards the end of this year. Fantastico Sur makes it easy to experience the massive granite…

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