Have You Considered Belize?

Published on October 5, 2021

Renowned for its beautiful beaches, turquoise sea, rainforest national parks and Mayan ruins — plus gorgeous warm and sunny weather throughout the winter — Belize is perfectly posed to make your travel bucket list. And that’s just the beginning. One of the…

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Ecuador Triology — Andes, Amazon and Islands

Published on August 16, 2021

Thinking about Ecuador for your next adventure? Don’t limit yourself to one region when distances are short enough (and transportation good enough) to see the Andes, Amazon and Galapagos Islands all in one trip. Enchanted Expeditions can show you the way by…

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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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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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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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The Ultimate Two-Week Trip to Guyana

Published on November 25, 2020

What’s the ultimate Guyana adventure? How about 14 days of exploration that ranges from the Atlantic coast and mountains to the Amazon rainforest and savannas including jungle treks, river journeys, an adrenalin pumping 4×4 safari, spectacular Kaieteur Falls, staying at a working…

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Top Five Animals to Spot in Torres del Paine National Park

Published on November 19, 2020

Las Torres Reserve offers its picks for the top five wild animals to see (and hopefully photograph) in southern Chile’s incomparable Torres del Paine National Park: Guanaco One of four camelids found in South America, the guanaco is closely related to the…

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Adventure Activities for the Outdoor Enthusiast

Published on October 22, 2020

Guyana is blessed with a dramatic topography and majestic untouched forests, mountains, miles of rivers, waterfalls and beaches. With so much natural treasure close at hand, a tryst with adventure is inevitable. Here’s a sample of the adventure activities perfect for those…

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How to Solo Hike the Costa Rican Rainforest

Published on September 10, 2020

A walk by yourself in the rainforest might be an experience that will change your life … Or maybe not. But either way it’ll be a memory that lasts forever. Here are some tips from Terranova Costa Rica on how you can…

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Protecting the Patagonian Wilderness

Published on September 4, 2020

Through its AMA nonprofit, Hotel Las Torres has launched a number of environmental initiatives in Torres del Paine National Park including the creation of an interpretive trail, education camps, reforestation projects, and programs to aid indigenous bumble bees and the huemul deer….

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Costa Rica’s New Breathtaking Hotels

Published on August 3, 2020

From boutiques balanced on volcanic ridges to eco lodges lying in the virgin rainforest, hotel developments in Costa Rica in recent years offer a mixture of unbelievable comfort, breathtaking views, and raw nature. Terranova invites you to discover the new breathtaking hotels…

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Planning a Family Adventure to Guyana

Published on July 28, 2020

Thinking about taking the whole family on a wildlife and nature adventure in South America? Guyana promises to be even more astounding for children than for their wide-eyed parents. The country’s scents, sights and sounds make for an unforgettable adventure and one…

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Getaways from Georgetown

Published on October 7, 2018

If you only have a day or two to get a taste of Guyana, here are some quick getaways from Georgetown that are just perfect for escaping the bustle of the city. The capital is close to some of the most serene…

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Guyana’s Top Wildlife Encounters

Published on September 12, 2018

Traveling through Guyana’s impenetrable jungle can mean going blissfully off-the-grid – no phone connectivity and no Internet! But there’s definitely a new connection that begins where the cell connection ends. One with nature and the fantastic wildlife of the country. The dense…

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Osorno Soars Above the Competition

Published on August 11, 2018

What’s the scoop on that 8,700-foot-high volcano that hovers above so much of the Cruce Andino route? It’s called Osorno. And like Mt Fuji in Japan, it’s perpetually snowcapped and almost perfectly shaped — a majestic mountain that rises high above the…

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Read All About It: Arsenal and Rwanda’s Baby Gorillas

Published on August 7, 2018

The New Times newspaper in Kigali reports that as part of the deal that made Visit Rwanda the official tourism partner of Arsenal football, the prestigious London soccer club will send one of its players to the next Kwita Izina (Baby Gorilla…

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Read All About It: Guyana River Expedition

Published on August 6, 2018

PetaPixel, the cool camera and photography website, ran a story about shooting a “world first expedition” on Guyana’s wild and scenic Essequibo River. Quotable quote: “The images I saw of where we were heading looked like something out of Jurassic Park and,…

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