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Never in my Wildest Dreams

Never in my Wildest Dreams
A short message we got from Diana D. on her Wildland Adventrues  Serengeti Wilderness Safar i in Tanzania. "I have to say that in all my 'wildest' dreams, I never thought I would actually see a real kill on my trip to Africa. We watched this lioness stalk her prey and before the gazelle knew what happened...... Our guide, Ridas, said it's almost impossible to actually witness such an event. Thanks for the best adventure yet!" Making dreams come true, that's what we do! Have a dream adventure that you want to turn into reality? Contact us and let us make it happen. Here are some more photos from Diana's Seregenti Wilderness Safari Keeping it wild, Wildland Adventures      
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A Trip that gets off-the-beaten-path

A Trip that gets off-the-beaten-path
I just got a review from a family who loved their participation on our  Undiscovered Caribbean Costa Rica Adventure , because of all the great activities and exposure to the local Caribbean culture. The idea was to create a trip which engages travelers to participate and where they can feel more like guests than just travelers. That connection is created when travelers learn from local's daily lives and their traditions. We are not satisfied with just taking guests off the beaten path on this trip. We take guests deep inside a part of Costa Rica where traditional life prevails. A place where they can interact meaningfully with local people and indigenous cultures. Very few adventure travelers ever have this experience, because many native indigenous people of Costa Rica are isolated in reservations and remote areas. Having the chance to interact with local people is one of the things people enjoy the most, because...
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Great Time in Borneo

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Guest review from our  Untamed Borneo Adventure I have travelled extensively and it is very rare to find such a combination of friendly helpful people, secure and safe surroundings and incredibly unique and varied wildlife as what we had in Borneo. The lodges/resorts were very good and really went out of their way to provide an excellent experience for the guests. The river cruises were superb, our guide at Borneo Rainforest Lodge found us some of the world's rarest birds and the snorkeling at Sipadan Island was astounding. Thanks for a great experience. Sipadan was great. They took the divers on 3 "dives" per day. One day was at Sipadan Island. It was fantastic, really unbelievable. I have done some snorkeling in the Galapagos and other places, but this was truly outstanding.      I have had many very experienced travelers tell me that Borneo Rainforest Lodge was one of the...
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Make it YOUR Wildland Adventure!

Make it YOUR Wildland Adventure!
Wildland Adventures offers many small group departures, but did you know that nearly all of our trips are flexible and can be customized for just you, your spouse, your family or a private group of friends?  After all, this is YOUR adventure; we use our expertise to provide options and make recommendations that may enhance an already great trip and make it a more perfect experience for you! One of our most popular trips through Patagonia, the Best of Patagonia , is a perfect example of this with flexible options already built in to the itinerary. All travelers are given the choice to stay at the Patagonia Camp in Torres del Paine or upgrade to Explora Patagonia , located within the National Park.  The two lodges are both exceptional in their own way but we leave it up to you to decide which price point and experience is the best fit...
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A Father-Daughter Trip to Peru

A Father-Daughter Trip to Peru
Molly Greathouse and her father John traveled with Wildland Adventures to Peru over spring break on our Best of Peru itinerary. Both Molly and John are journalists and Molly was nice enough to share her stories from the trip, which she published on her  personal blog .  To follow their journey and view Peru (and family travel) through the eyes of a college student, click on the links below. A great resource for parents who may be considering a similar trip with a college-aged child! Blog 1: Getting Ready for Peru Blog 2: Arrival to the Urubamba Valley  Blog 3: Pre-Incan Structures, a Shaman & Chicha Blog 4: The Trek to Machu Picchu, or, How I Lost the Use of My Legs  Blog 5: Machu Picchu & Wayna Picchu  Blog 6: Cusco Churches, Tourism Police & Food Blog 7: The Amazon: No Internet and a Whole Lot of Bugs    Thanks for...
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