Reefs to Rockies 2014 – The Year in 12 Photos

Every year, we visit new places and revisit destinations in search of unforgettable experiences to offer Reefs to Rockies' travelers. In addition to scouting trips, R2R co-founder Sheridan Samano has…

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Belize Trip Report – Birding at Caves Branch and Chaa Creek

Located at the southeastern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, Belize is the only English-speaking country in Central America.  Unlike countries nearby (Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras), Belize lacks a…

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Update on Costa Rica Exit Tax

Starting Dec 3, 2014, Costa Rica's airport exit tax will be added to airline ticket prices.  The exit tax, currently $29 USD per person, has been in place since 2003.…

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Gaucho Mosco – A Traveler’s Poem

Earlier this year, we helped coordinate a scouting trip to Argentina for a professor at a local college in Denver. The goal of her trip was to develop a new…

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Tips on Tipping While Traveling

Who should I tip? How much should I tip? Does it matter what country I'm visiting? We're asked questions about tipping more than any other topic during the travel planning…

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The Best Swimming Holes in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula

Throughout Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, you can find a wide variety of cenotes, natural swimming holes created by the collapse of limestone rock. Cenotes range from open-air pools surrounded by lush…

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