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Nicaragua Guest Review: " A truly memorable trip"

Cerro-Negro-volcano-nicaragua Exploring Nicaragua
We've taken  many trips with Wildland  and they've always given us great guides and lodging. So when we decided to visit Nicaragua to see some friends , we turned to Wildland, who put together a  wonderful tour of the country .  Grettel Calderon really worked hard to make this a truly memorable trip. We loved the hike up Ce...
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It All Starts With "Merhaba"

turkey
We wander aimlessly around the small village of Urunlu in the Taurus Mountains early in the morning. Smiling, making eye contact, saying "Merhaba" and "Gunaydin" (Good Morning) was like saying "Open Sesame"! It literally got us behind closed doors and connected to so many people in this tiny Turkish village. We had no guide, no one to translate, on...
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Wildland's Conservation Fundraising Pays Off!!

Water for Hwange, Zimbabwe
In 2018, we unveiled a new trip to Zimbabwe called Water For Hwange and kicked off a fundraising campaign through our Travelers Conservation Trust to support wildlife conservation and community development in and around Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Our goal was to raise $24,000 to replace two diesel water pumps in Hwange with solar-diesel hybr...
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Tigers in India | A Closer Look #012

tracking-tigers-2019-india Tiger Safari in Kanha National Park
Over the past decade that we've been operating safaris and supporting conservation in India's tiger parks and reserves, the population of Royal Bengal tigers has increased throughout India and chances of seeing them are better than ever. Although there's never a guarantee you will find them, there are several things you should know that will increa...
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Ecuador Review Part 2: San Cristobal & Espanola

galapagos origin yatch travel Exploring the Galapagos on the Origin
Maria and Strom 's  adventure in Ecuador  continues: (Read Part 1 Here) San Cristobal Island We began our Galapagos adventure when we arrived to San Cristobal in the afternoon and took a bus to the pier, where we were greeted by a baby and mother seal, two iguanas, and several pelicans. We took a panga (Zodiac boat) to get to the M/Y Orig...
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