Into the Wilds of Panama’s Darién

July 30, 2018

Google Darién Gap and first page results include article titles like “Untamed Wilderness”, “Beware the Darién Gap”, “A Terrifying Journey Through the World’s Most Dangerous Jungle”, and “Walking Among the Supernatural Beasts of the Darién Gap”. Why, then, would we ever want to feature this region in our portfolio of destinations? In short – epic wildlife […]

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2017: R2R’s Year in Photos

December 22, 2017

As 2017 winds down, it’s time to reflect on the last 12 months. Our mission has always been to create itineraries that help clients reconnect with nature and discover a destination’s “wild” side. We’re passionate about wildlife, about conservation, and about sustainable tourism. We hope that these images reflect that passion. From a frigid bog […]

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Conservation and Sustainable Tourism in Colombia

September 21, 2012

Back in Bogota after 7 days of birding (Santa Marta, Otun Quimbaya and Cali regions). Final tally of birds seen comes to 317 different species (the group saw a total of 355). To put that into perspective, we saw approximately 1/3 of the total number of species recorded in the US in Canada in just […]

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