Newest Cruise Option for Exploring Peru’s Amazon

September 25, 2017

The re-imagined Delfin III (formerly the Amazon Discovery) launched earlier this year and offers three, four and six-night cruises in 2017 through the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve in northern Peru. Accessed via Iquitos, Pacaya Samiria National Reserve is the largest and most richly diverse area in the Amazon region. The Delfin III is the largest […]

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Northern Lights Season In Iceland Is Here

September 13, 2017

Northern Lights season in Iceland starts later this month so it’s time to book your winter escape. In addition to Northern Lights, Iceland offers pristine natural areas, geothermal wonders, stunning landscapes, and an array of outdoor adventures in the winter. Don’t let the name fool you. Iceland’s climate is moderate in the winter with average […]

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What I’ve Learned While Flying

September 5, 2017

Last month, Entrepreneur published an article titled “Never Turn Off Air Vents, and 10 Other Things I Learned While Flying More Than 2 Million Miles”. I don’t fly nearly as often as the author, but my annual trips for Reefs to Rockies take me abroad about three months of the year. In 2017 alone, I’ll […]

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Applying for Uganda Visa Online – Step by Step

August 31, 2017

In preparation for an upcoming trip to Uganda and Rwanda, we were advised to apply for a Uganda visa in advance of arrival. Below are the steps involved in the online application process. Go to Uganda Electronic Visa/ Permit Application System website ( Click on Red Button – Start a new application. Read and Accept […]

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Unexpected Delay at SJO Airport in Costa Rica

August 29, 2017

Hurricane Harvey recently impacted outgoing and incoming United Airlines flights at Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO) in Costa Rica. United only flies to George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Houston and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) from Costa Rica and all IAH flights were cancelled for days starting on Saturday, August 26, 2017. We opted […]

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Gorilla Trekking Pack List

August 13, 2017

Gorilla trekking in Uganda and/or Rwanda is at the top of many wildlife lovers’ bucket lists. Trek duration and distance can vary widely, but you can expect rugged conditions, steep terrain, dense vegetation, and high humidity. Below is a list of gear that’s essential in making your gorilla trek more enjoyable. Clothing Lightweight, quick-dry long-sleeved […]

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Tierra del Fuego- The End of the World

July 31, 2017

Only 620 miles from the Antarctic Peninsula lies the archipelago region of Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of South America, split between Argentina and Chile. There is little wonder upon arrival why this place is commonly referred to as the End of the World — you are far from everywhere. An abundance of […]

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Puffins of Machias Seal Island

July 31, 2017

Machias Seal Island lies 10 miles offshore from Grand Manan Island in the Bay of Fundy. At low tide, Machias Seal is one mile long and a few hundred feet wide. Yet up to 5000 pairs of Atlantic puffins, 1000 pairs of razorbills and 500 pairs of common murres congregate on the island during their […]

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Secrets of Shoulder Season Travel

July 30, 2017

When anyone asks about our favorite time to travel, the answer almost always involves shoulder season. Along with smaller crowds and less expensive accommodations, shoulder season can be prime for wildlife viewing. Weather often dictates shoulder season and the transition between seasons, e.g. dry versus green season in Costa Rica, is just starting then. Summer […]

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Top 5 Landscapes in Tierra Del Fuego

July 10, 2017

Vast openness. Dramatic Andes Mountains. Wildlife rich waters. Known as ‘The End of the World’, Tierra Del Fuego offers visitors an array of landscapes. R2R Travel Consultant, Wes Perry recently traveled to Tierra del Fuego for Adventure Week with the Adventure Travel Trade Association. Here are his picks for Tierra del Fuego’s Top 5 Landscapes […]

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