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Panama Ranks #1 For Birding In Central America!

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As the director of our trips to Central America , I was excited to see Panama take the lead in the 4th Global Big Day this past month. The event is a 24-hour global birding binge to see how many birds species can be spotted. Panama recorded 750 species, coming in 6th place worldwide, ranking 1st place in Central America (Costa R...
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When and Where to Go Birding in Panama

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When it comes to birding, few countries in the world will compare to a trip to Panama . With a stunning diversity of bird species and several world-famous sites from which to observe them in their natural habitat, Panama is at the top of the list for avid birdwatchers. A lmost half the country is covered by tropical rain and cloud fo...
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10 Things Not to Miss in Croatia

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Travel to Croatia is stunningly beautiful and richly rewarding. Time-worn cobblestone alleyways wind their way among red-roofed villages sitting precipitously on limestone peninsulas that drop straight into turquoise seas. Here are 10 things not to miss in Croatia:  Ready to discover the cuisine, culture and adventures that Croatia offers? See...
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Amazing Places to Stay in Central America | Hotels That Make a Difference

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I'm excited to share with you that the Cayuga Collection, which represents many of the hotels we use in Central America, received the 2018 Tourism for Tomorrow award , one of the hardest awards to win due to the grueling selection and investigation process.  Just one example of the many things Cayuga does to deserve this award (unlike man...
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Travel to Antarctica | Good News for Whales

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How many of you saw the article in the New York Times about the uptick in births of Antarctica's humpback whales ? I certainly welcomed that great news, particularly at a time in our world when so many species are dramatically declining in numbers.  I was also thrilled to see marine biologist and frequent researcher/lecturer on our Antarc...
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