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Isla Chiquita Glamping, Costa Rica

IMG_0152 Glamping at Isla Chiquita
Luxury glamping in Costa Rica is a growing trend so I was excited to stay 3 nights on Isla Chiquita . The location was perfect, a small island in the Gulf of Nicoya, only a 5 minute boat ride from the mainland.   The tents were set up on wooden platforms and were very nice, with showers you would normally experien...
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Amazing Places to Stay: Patagonia Camp

yurt patagonia camp Amazing places to stay in Patagonia
If you're dreaming about a trip to Patagonia , we have good news for you. We are very happy to share that Patagonia Camp, one of our favorite accommodations in Patagonia, was chosen as a "best place to stay" in Condé Nast Traveler Readers´ Choice Awards 2018 .  We´d like to take this opportunity to express our congratulatio...
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Brazil Guest Review: "We saw 11 jaguars on the first day!"

jaguar pantanal brazil Jaguar sightings in Brazil's Pantanal
The Hammers recently returned from our Ultimate Jaguar & Wildlife Adventure in Brazil and shared their highlights and some of their amazing wildlife photos with us. "This was our 5th trip with Wildland and we have never been disappointed with the itineraries, guides, transports, accommodations, and opportunity to see wildlife and to customize o...
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Leave a Neutral Carbon Footprint in Peru | Responsible Travel

lake-titicaca-peru-travel Trips to Peru are now Carbon Neutral!
Our "wild style" of travel was founded on the principle that culturally and environmentally responsible travel can be a powerful force for change. Whenever you travel with us you're supporting local guides, locally owned boutique hotels and conservation efforts, but now you can go a step further.  We're excited to share that when you book any ...
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Impressions of Brazil | A Sketch Essay

highlights of brazil Impressions of Brazil
My first adventure in Brazil was also my first step into exploring the continent of South America. Preconceived ideas and expectations started to fade away and my senses took over as soon as I walked out of the Rio de Janeiro airport. Neurons started firing, trying to make sense of the foreign feelings and smells and I...
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