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Egypt Guest Review: A Journey Through Time and Civilizations

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Two of our intrepid Wildland travelers recently returned from our "Great Sites of Egypt by Dahabeya," an in-depth exploration of this mythical country and the most iconic sites. As the seasoned travelers they are, they came back to the US with far more than photos of pyramids and tombs. They fully absorbed what this trip – ultim...
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Indonesia Travel: So Much More Than Bali

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Indonesia is one of the most interesting and diverse countries in the world. This vast archipelago nation sprawls over 3,000 miles east to west and 2,000 north to south. It is composed of 17,500 islands, of which more than 7,000 are uninhabited. One of my favorite facts about Indonesia, is the Wallace Line. A faunal boundary dra...
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Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia Trip Review

Two couples came to Wildland with a rough idea that they wanted to put together a wild month-long adventure in Southern Africa. They wanted to experience the best wildlife that Africa had to offer combined with visiting the local people who benefit from the conservation and community development projects our travelers help support in the regio...
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Permits will be released in October to trek the Inca Trail | Book your 2020 trip now!

To conserve and protect Machu Piccu and the surrounding areas, the Peruvian government limits travelers on the Inca Trail to 500 people per day, which includes all guides and porters. Peak season periods from May through October often sell out 6 months in advance and permits are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. 2020 Inca Trai...
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5 Ways to Travel Slower

Slow Travel? Vacation...the limited time you have to leave home and experience a new locale and all of the natural and cultural wonders it brings is just time. But we understand, the initial response when planning a trip is to squeeze in as many experiences as you can within that timeframe.  When the Neumann family was planning ...
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