Wildland Adventures Response to US State Department Travel Warning to Cuba

October 9, 2017 We recognize that Wildland guests and others planning to travel to Cuba would be concerned by the US State Department notice warning US citizens to avoid travel to Cuba issued September 29th, 2017. The safety and comfort of our travelers is of utmost concern, as is an honest assessment of travel conditions in Cuba. We have revi...
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Inca Trail to Machu Picchu - Guest Review

Sara and Gary Frings recently checked off a trip they had been wanting to take for over 20 year; the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. The Fringes, Wildland alumni, had previously visited Zambia and Botswana, and having a great experience with us, decided to travel again, with their two sons, to Peru on our In...
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Part 1: Father-Son Safari in Zimbabwe

I remember years ago reading about how a proper Englishman who was sent to Africa to work at an isolated outpost during colonial times maintained his structured lifestyle. Having a set personal routine with specified times to get up, to eat breakfast and to begin his workday helped him maintain his composure when unexpected or difficult situations ...
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6 Experiences You Should Try In Southeast Asia

Vietnam - Walking tour of Hoi An Start the day with breakfast at a local restaurant while sitting by the river looking back across to Old Town. With a cool breeze and a delicious bowl of Cao lầu, it's a perfect way to start the day and fuel up for your walk. Embark on the walking tour and explore a residential area where familie...
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Luxury Resort, Arenal Nayara, Opens Sloth Sanctuary

Arenal Nayara , a luxury resort near the Arenal Volcano in Costa Rica, has always been a favorite of mine, but it just got even better; or should I say slower? A leader in conservation, the resort has been planting Cepropia trees, the main food source for the resident sloths and overtime the sloth popula...
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