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Highlands of Guatemala Review: "We've never felt safer or more welcome!"

Colourful-market-scene-in-Ixil-regio_20190604-225357_1 Off the Beaten Path in Guatemala
I had wanted to visit Guatemala for many years but it wasn't until I found Wildland Adventures, and Grettel Calderon, that my custom trip began to take shape. I really appreciated Grettel's enthusiasm while working with me. As she commented "Very few people take the time to deeply investigate the destination they are going to visit so it was very r...
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Experience Namibia's endless landscapes, desert adapted wildlife, and intriguing cultures

All of us need a place where we go to reset. For me, there is no better place in Africa than a trip to Namibia. After more than two weeks traveling through this wondrous country, I feel refreshed, renewed and fully and completely reset. With my perspective re-aligned, I know that I'll be returning home changed for the better.  There's no one t...
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Why Patagonia? Why Now?

​I just returned from my scouting trip to Patagonia and couldn't wait to share some of the highlights. If you have been thinking about planning an adventure to Patagonia, now is the time and here is why!Wildlife There are many animals unique to the Andes and to Southern Patagonia. While not always seen as a wildlife destination like Africa or the G...
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Namibia Guest Review: "We were bowled over by Namibia!"

Elliott and Taddy heard about Wildland from their friend Alice, a long-time Wildland alumni, and together, they all had an epic safari in Namibia. They shared some amazing photos with us and some of their highlights as well."The trip was top rate all the way. Chris Moriarty worke...
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Ecuador Travel - Memories of Hacienda Zuleta

1963--Galo-Plaza-Lasso-former-President-of-Ecuador-with-wife-Rosario-on-Hacienda-Zuleta Galo Plaza Lasso (former President of Ecuador) with wife Rosario and their dog Napoleon on Hacienda Zuleta - 1963
Having recently returned from a memorable three weeks in Guatemala, as a result of working with Wildland Adventures and Grettel, I put myself on the mailing list for the various blogs. Suddenly I found myself reading of the death of the much-loved Fito, a long-time canine inhabitant of the renowned Hacienda Zuleta. The blog by Fernando Polanco Plaz...
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