Trip to Turkey Turns Into Winning Moment

Turkish gulet on the Turquoise Coast by Wildland Alumni Frank Philips
We recently held our first alumni luggage tag contest, where we asked alumni to send us their best photos from their Wildland Adventures'. We had over 100 submissions and received photos from every corner of the globe, in the end we could only choose 8. This photo was submitted by Frank Phillips, who in 2015 traveled with us on ...
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Winning Scarlet Macaw Photo from Peruvian Amazon Vacation

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"In 2012 my wife, Susan and I took a Wildland Adventure trip to Machu Picchu and the Peruvian Amazon . One of the highlights of the trip was a visit to Manu Biosphere Reserve and the remote Manu Wildlife Center. We photographed lots of wildlife along the Madre de Dios River, but the highlight was a visit to the Macaw Clay Lick. We got up before daw...
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9 things you might not know about Nicaragua

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Nicaragua is the land of lakes and Volcanos. It's still a largely undiscovered land, mainly attracting surfers and adventure seekers. Most people still don't know it is a fabulous place for all types of travelers, from a romantic luxury vacation to family travel, it has everything needed for a magical trip to the tropics. We offer 3 different ...
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Rediscovering frogs through conservation in Costa Rica

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Frogs are amazing creatures, yet because they are so small they are highly susceptible to environmental changes. Many of them have gone extinct due to climate changes, new predators, fatal fungus infections, etc. Here in Costa Rica, naturalist guides, local travelers and researches are optimistic because conservation efforts are...
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Americans Traveling To Cuba: What To See and Do

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Americans visiting Cuba are required to to be part of an exchange with 5-6 hours every day spent engaging with Cubans in an "organized fashion," in our case a people to people tour. We couldn't just go to chill or play, it had to be structured. We went with Wildland Adventures , owned by my cousin Kurt Kutay  and his wife Anne, and&n...
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