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Namibia Guest Review: "We were bowled over by Namibia!"

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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 wo...
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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 Pla...
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Is Travel To Nicaragua Safe?

Jicaro-Granada-nicaragua Guest Blogger: Kristen Gardner on travel safety in Nicaragua
In early April of 2019 I spent a week in Nicaragua with a good friend from college. Using Jicaro Island Lodge as our base, we planned day trips around Granada, Mombacho and Masaya. Our travels overlapped almost a year to the day in 2018 when political demonstrations broke out across the country, only to be violently put down by the Ortega governmen...
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Tanzania & Kenya Review: "The cultural experiences were a highlight and felt very authentic"

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Mim and Bruce wanted a safari with a  mix of wildlife and cultural experiences so we combined a custom Itinerary to Tanzania and Kenya for them. Here are their highlights: "A personal highlight was the visits and interaction with the tribes. There were so many experiences like laughing and dancing with the Masaai and the time wi...
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An Argentina Pena | Romina Cortez Sings Her Heart Out

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I love Argentine music and even used to play in an Argentine folk group in college, so I couldn't wait until we went to our first pena at La Casona del Molino. A pena in South America, especially in Argentina and Chile, is a cheap, popular venue where folk music is played and simple food and drink are served in a casual, friendly environ. Usually m...
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