Adventure Travel Blogging

Water for Hwange Safari | Where Conservation Meets Adventure

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I recently returned from a month in Southern Africa including Zimbabwe (my favorite emerging destination in this region), and wanted to let you know about a new safari I've handcrafted to help make a difference in that part of the world. I've designed our new Water for Hwange Conservation Safari to not only be a once-in-a-lifetime experience with a...
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A Win for Conservation | Belize Barrier Reef Removed from UNESCO Endangered List

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Hooray! We always love a win for conservation and we're excited to share that just recently, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) officially took the Belize Barrier Reef from the list of World Heritage Sites in Danger. Belize recently passed a moratorium on oil exploration in the entire maritime zone of Bel...
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10 Reasons Why You Should Never Feed Monkeys (or other wildlife)

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One of the highlights on any trip to Central America is seeing monkeys and other wildlife in a natural environment. In Costa Rica, you can see white faced capuchin monkeys, howler monkeys, spider monkeys and much more. You might think that feeding the monkeys (and other wildlife) coul...
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Our Shared Passion for Compassion

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This month I want to share A Closer Look at how we at Wildland give back in our own communities. Anne and I have an inspirational story of giving the gift of travel to a deserving young person in our neighborhood schools who rose up against the odds, and now the world beckons. Check out our feel-good video interview with local student Shea, and rea...
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8 Easy Ways You Can Help Save Our Oceans

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My rude awakening to the state of our oceans was much later in life than it should have been. I was on an island, off the coast of Belize, and the first morning there I awoke to a strange metallic scraping noise mixed with the sound of waves lapping on the shore. It was early but the sun shone through the window slats of my bungalow, so I...
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