Top 5 Wildlife Sightings in Panama

Last month, we took a small group of travelers to Panama.  We started and ended in Panama City with four nights in the Darien Province in between. Panama is a…

Continue Reading Top 5 Wildlife Sightings in Panama

Five Things You May Not Have Known About Colombia

This month, R2R Consultant Wes Perry traveled to Colombia as a delegate for the 2018 Nature Travel Mart hosted by ProColombia, the Colombia Tourism Board.  In addition to meetings with…

Continue Reading Five Things You May Not Have Known About Colombia

2017: R2R’s Year in Photos

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…

Continue Reading 2017: R2R’s Year in Photos

Tierra del Fuego- The End of the World

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…

Continue Reading Tierra del Fuego- The End of the World

Top 5 Landscapes in Tierra Del Fuego

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…

Continue Reading Top 5 Landscapes in Tierra Del Fuego

Boost for Uganda’s Mountain Gorilla

In November 2016, The Uganda Wildlife Authority discovered three newborn mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.  With a population of around 880 left in the world, and about…

Continue Reading Boost for Uganda’s Mountain Gorilla

“100 Things To Do” – Kodiak, Alaska

Last month, I had the pleasure of spending five days exploring Kodiak, Alaska before attending the Adventure Travel World Summit in Anchorage. Most people probably think of bears when they…

Continue Reading “100 Things To Do” – Kodiak, Alaska

Peru’s Newest National Park – Sierra del Divisor

Earlier this month, a new national park received final approval by Peru’s president, Ollanta Humala. Sierra del Divisor National Park spans 3.3 million acres, protecting a huge swath in the…

Continue Reading Peru’s Newest National Park – Sierra del Divisor