Introducing Guides Field Station in the Peruvian Amazon

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 " There are very few places in the world that still shelter extraordinary natural riches. Tambopata in the Peruvian Amazon is one of them ." - Conservation Center We have long loved sending our travelers to Reserva Amazonica, located outside of Puerto Maldonado in the Peruvian Amazon. This lodge offers unparalleled luxury deep in the Amazon a...
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Explore Easter Island: The Most Remote Inhabited Place on Earth

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Chile is a country that, from north to south, reaches over 4,300 kilometers in a narrow strip of land between the rugged Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Such a great expanse gives way to an array of privileged landscapes - beginning with the planet's most arid desert, transitioning through a fertile central valley, down through a land of lak...
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Sometimes adventure means going home

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I made my way up the winding path, the South Pacific Ocean spread out before me, sparkling in the late afternoon light. It was a steep hike from my hotel, down below, in Paihia New Zealand. The air was crisp, cooling in preparation for the winter months ahead. A wave of fear came over me. Soon I would return home to Seattle, where the opposite was ...
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Into the Jungle

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The Indigenous Bribri people of Costa Rica live deep in the Talamanca rainforest near the coastal Caribbean, where the campesinos (farmers) grow plantains and cacao among other produce. Their ancient culture is steeped in tradition and they speak their own language, Bribri, as well as Spanish. The "Undiscovered Caribbean Costa Rica Adventure" ...
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The Amazon or the Pantanal - Which one is for you?

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Amazon - Boats, Jungle, Culture WHAT:  The Brazilian Amazon is famous for its unique ecosystem, stunning waterways and lush jungle vegetation. The rivers in the Amazon are vast, spanning 5 million km ² and spreading into 9 countries. Eighty percent of the Amazon is in Brazilian territory, along with the confluence of the "Negro" and the "...
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