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Gorilla Trekking with the Wildlife Conservation Society

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In January, Wildland Adventures partnered with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) for a breathtaking and once-in-a-lifetime chance to view mountain gorillas in the wild, up-close and unencumbered. Our guests and their team of naturalist guides and native trackers bushwhacked through Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Rwanda's Volcanoes Na...
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Wildland Joins Adventure Travel Conservation Fund

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We have always had a long commitment to sustainability and responsible travel, from Inca Trail clean-ups in the late 80s to serving as founding members for the International Ecotourism Society and the International Galápagos Tour Operators Association in the mid 90's, ​to supporting schools in Nepal and currently supporting tiger safari guides in I...
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Luxury Resort, Arenal Nayara, Opens Sloth Sanctuary

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Arenal Nayara, a luxury resort near the Arenal Volcano in Costa Rica, has always been a favorite of mine, but it just got even better; or should I say slower? A leader in conservation, the resort has been planting Cepropia trees, the main food source for the resident sloths and overtime the sloth populat...
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Wildland Adventures Supports Conservacion Patagonica

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We were founded on the principle that culturally and environmentally responsible travel can be a powerful force for change. Tourism should contribute to conservation and benefit local communities. All trips with Wildland Adventures include a donation by which our travelers can support local conservation initiatives and small-scale community de...
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Uganda Conservation Efforts Payoff with Mountain Gorilla Baby Boom!

Uganda Conservation Efforts Payoff with Mountain Gorilla Baby Boom!
For the third time in as many months, a new baby mountain gorilla has been born in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park! On November 11th 2016, Businza (an adult female in the Rushegura mountain gorilla family) gave birth to a new baby, her second in two years. She gave birth in the morning and was seen by a Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA)&...
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