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When Darwin’s HMS Beagle first reached the Galápagos, it was after a cramped & challenging four-year voyage. No such discomfort awaits visitors to the archipelago today, & exceptional luxury can
One of National Geographic’s 50 Unique Lodges, Mashpi Lodge lies in its own private reserve, 3 hours from the capital of Quito. This luxurious Ecuador accommodation transports you far from
From a short trip to a trans-continental odyssey, a sedate rail journey allows us to take the time to enjoy the world as it gracefully passes by the window.
Straddling the equator, about 600 miles from the mainland, the archipelago of the Galápagos Islands consists of about 19 islands (& tons of smaller islets) off the coast of Ecuador. You
Plan your Safari for December 2020 now… Because it really is never too early to start talking about a safari. “Christmas is not as much about opening our presents as opening
It is our passion to find the best and the latest adventures to complement your Safari. And we are particularly good at figuring out what you are looking for. Because
Dinosaurs, gauchos, skiing, climbing and some of the most intriguing living creatures on our planet. South America and families go together like Paddington Bear and marmalade. Whether your family has
If humanity runs on coffee… All we really need is South America. Because that is where most of our beans hail from. Having said that – as any aficionado will
Things that might make someone choose to travel by foot over 2,000 miles into uncertainty: A life’s savings depleted by hyperinflation. Essential food products are missing from the local shops.
Quick. Think of South America. And just like that we have most probably filled your head with exotic colors and sounds and aromas. Because South America is quite frankly a
Every traveler leaves a trail of black emissions in their wake. The Eco-Conscious Traveler wants to do everything they can to erase these ugly marks they are responsible for. Their
When Egypt decided to build the Aswan dam in 1954, they set in motion the start of what would eventually become the UNESCO World Heritage program. By July of 2017
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