Took a trip repelling down the waterfalls. So much fun! There's more to Iguazu than the falls.

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Photos by Estefania Rocha. A look at the Selva Lodge and Spa. Relaxing in the forest.

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cabin in the forestAir conditioning!Relax in a hammockLooking out on the lush forestOur cabin is right in the forestNice bathrooms

Take a look at the standard rooms and suites of the Panoramic Hotel. The accommodations offer spacious bathrooms and beautiful grounds surrounding your. Relax by the pool on your vacation to Iguazu …

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We stayed at the Yacutinga Lodge along the Upper Iguazu River and explored the surrounding forest. We kayaking along the river capturing the wildlife around us and enjoying a perfect getaway in the …

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Nature is present even in your room!Continuing our travels around ArgentinaContinuing our travels around ArgentinaVibrant colors even in the shower!Continuing our travels around ArgentinaContinuing our travels around Argentina
When my husband and I were in Peru a few season ago... And had even heard a few stories from a co-worker of mine who had a brush with a security dog at the airport who sniffed out a bit of coca …

Our Galapagos trip combined adventure (snorkeling with sharks, sea turtles, &sealions), geology (volcanoes), zoology, history (Darwin), folklore (murder & intrigue), culture, & rest. But …

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Go ahead. I'm ready. Take my picture.Land IguanaMorning snack time for Land IguanaGive me a minute. I\'m just trying to warm up! Marine Iguana ready to face the day.Where did they get that amazing color?!?Boy or girl? Look at the eyes.

Located in northern Peru, the fortress at Kuelap ruins was built by the Chachapoyas tribe. Here you will see only a few visitors per week due to the four hour trek through the Andes to arrive at the …

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A great introduction to a sea-kayaking trip through Costa Rica canals. Mangrove swamps are one of the richest natural environments in the world - in this clip alone you'll spot capuchin monkeys, …

Teddy Romero, one of our local Peru guides, ran a naturalist workshop for a group of school kids. Adventure Life sponsored 18 kids, ages 8 to 13, from San Borja School of Cusco. Next year we hope to …

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Kassi does a little digging at her avalanche class   Kassi, all smiles in the snow One of our trip planners, Kassi, is taking avalanche training courses in nearby Bozeman, Montana. …
Galapagos Guide, Fabricio Chavez, filmed over a dozen eagle rays while leading a snorkeling tour in the Galapagos. The spotted eagle ray is recognized by the white spots on its body. Including its …
Train to Machu Picchu in Peru   A reed boat -- Lake Titicaca, Peru Starting off our staff travels for 2010, Adventure Life's fantastic office manager and gate-keeper, Lynessa Nelson, …
Adelie penguin
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Nancy Golden
Or was it a hangover? The lines are blurry. But like many a New Year's Day, we spent this one doing varied and sundry nap-related activities. Like napping. A great remedy for whatever ails you. And …
Baby Magellanic penguin
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Cynthia Gillett
Even though we were to depart this afternoon, Adventure Life recommended one more half day tour - this time leaving Iguazu National Park proper for a look at the city of Puerto Iguazu and a trip into …
Adelie penguin
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Nancy Golden
After yesterday's excursions to some of the Falklands least-inhabited destinations (by people, anyway), today's visit to Stanley provided a sharp contrast. Stanley is a small city of colorful houses, …
Our new Cotopaxi Group Service projects in Ecuador combine the best worlds of travel -- some excellent adventure, along with the opportunity to give back to the people and places that provide such …
Couple of sea lions
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Sergey Semenchinskiy
(From Natasha) Two months have passed already since our journey. Our feelings became calm and we are able to look backwards and analyze our trip. We asked ourselves many questions. We are …
Magellanic Penguin
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Cynthia Gillett
After awaking to see our first view of the falls from the balcony - breathtaking and the premier reason to stay at the Sheraton - we had a lavish breakfast buffet after which we received a private …
Adelie penguin and chick
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Nancy Golden
Land ho, the Falkland Islands! Ten people to a zodiac, we departed the ship for our first excursion on West Point Island. Antarctica it was not. The green grass and sunny skies made us overdressed …
Ushuaia
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Sergey Semenchinskiy
Farewell Argentina! We left South America. Our way home was not as long as our trip to Argentina. It happened as it was scheduled, and we reach Moscow at 4pm on the 30th of December, only 20 hours …
Penguin rookery Martillo Island in Beagle Channel
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Cynthia Gillett
Today we partook of the other included excursion which is a horseback ride across the pastures and down to the immense Lake Argentina shore for 1-2 hrs depending in your wishes. We loved it - great …
Adelie penguin and juvenile
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Nancy Golden
'Variably queasy today' That's the main journal entry I have for our first full day aboard the Marina Svetaeva (recently renamed the Ortelius), a ship specifically designed for polar exploration with …
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Mary Keenan
I was ready to get home, but sorry to leave the wonderful nation of Ecuador. It's fun reminiscing. So back to the airport, back to the U.S. boarding paranoia, and back to planes stuck in Miami. But …