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Glacier Trekking in Patagonia: Viedma vs Perito Moreno

Glacier Trekking in Patagonia: Viedma vs Perito Moreno
There are few places in the world that offer such easy access to glaciers as Patagonia. With some of the largest glaciers in the world the fact that you can boat to, fly over, and even walk on these glaciers is incredible. Glacier trekking is a unique way to see these forces of nature from an entirely different vantage point. In Argentina, there a...
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Exploring Undiscovered Patagonia: The Aysen

Exploring Undiscovered Patagonia: The Aysen
​"In parks…we recontact both certainty and uncertainty, the permeant and the changing, the stable and the spontaneous, the predictable and the novel. More philosophically put: we confront order and chaos. We go wild; we go where the Earth is still wild." – Holmes Rolston II When you hear Patagonia, what do you think of? Most people will say th...
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A Fun Family Adventure in Patagonia

A Fun Family Adventure in Patagonia
The Eden family came to us with a request - they wanted to visit their son Dan in South America. Dan had spent the last few months traveling around Chile and the rest of the family decided there was no time like the present! With just a month of time to plan we discussed a few options and a custom trip to Patagonia won out (as it often does). The E...
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Bhutan is a Fascinating Place to Visit!

Bhutan is a Fascinating Place to Visit!
Jason and Hana Breen recently traveled to India and Bhutan - exploring ancient sites, hiking, and soaking in the vibrant culture. Passionate and intrepid travelers, they've been to Peru, Borneo, and Patagonia with Wildland in the past. This year they decide to venture to the other side of the world to explore Delhi and the Taj Mahal&...
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Phobjikha Valley and the Black Necked Crane Festival

Phobjikha Valley and the Black Necked Crane Festival
​Bhutan is unique in so many ways but two areas where it really stands out are festivals and environmental conservation. The Black Necked Crane Festival is the perfect intersection of these two and is one of our favorite celebrations in Bhutan here at Wildland. Nestled in the inner Himalayas at about 3000m (9,840ft) above sea level, Phobjikha is a ...
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