Adventure Life partnered with our local office to provide sports supplies to the kids at Antonio Jose de Sucre School. Check out some of the photos from the event!

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Natalie and I had an amazing adventure! Our guides were down right spectacular, the boat OUTSTANDING (we have nicknamed ourselves \"Camp Galapagos\") and just the whole experience truly …

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Shelly and NatalieBirthday celebration aboard the Odyssey in the Galapagos'camp Galapagos'Two very happy campers
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Elizabeth Conway
We received the most charming holiday card in the mail last week from our travelers, Sandi and Joe Costa, who joined us on a custom Peru adventure in October. And while I'd like to take credit for …
Old Leon
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Marnie Green
Nicaragua is certainly the place to ring in the New Year. It's not exactly Times Square but it's close. We intended to 'pace ourselves' through the day so that we could make it through midnight but …
Fur seal at Stromness Bay, South Georgia Island
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Amy Sonbuchner
We wake up early to get ready for our 7:00am zodiac cruise. As a special treat, we are able to disembark on an ice floe. In our prior ''Ice is Nice'' lecture, we learned that ice floes are formed …
The Belize Zoo
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David Holmes
Belize is an extraordinarily beautiful and peaceful country, only the size of Massachusetts or Wales with a population of just 294,000. As a result, its wildlife and environment have been able to …
Canoeing on the Rio Macal
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David Holmes
Belize is an extraordinarily beautiful and peaceful country, only the size of Massachusetts or Wales with a population of just 294,000. As a result, its wildlife and environment have been able to …
Ready for rafting
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Torrey Ebaugh
As we woke this New Year's Eve we heard the rain falling. Ah well, rain is a necessary component for the rain forest. Undeterred, we put on our slickers and headed to Guayabo National Monument for …
Betty modeling the lipstick berry shade: Bixa orellena (achioto or annoti tree)
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Mary Jo Gilsdorf
We had a choice of dates for this trip. March or the end of December/beginning of January. Since March is jammed pack with orchid shows for most of us - of course we picked the holidays! What better …
Volcan Momotombo
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Marnie Green
Our big adventure today was focused on surfing. Before we met up with our surf instructors we stopped at the local panaderia (bakery) for some snacks to take to the beach. The bakery is located just …
Shakelton's Hike from Fortuna Bay, South Georgia
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Amy Sonbuchner
Today we attend the mandatory cleaning and decontamination to prepare our outerwear for Antarctica. We are excited that we will arrive in Antarctica soon! There are two English lectures ''Life of …
A happy group
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Torrey Ebaugh
This morning we went for a bike ride through CATIE, the agricultural research center. Jose, our guide, got us situated and did a wonderful job tailoring the ride for the two 21 year olds who enjoyed …
Its a jungle out there!  Tapanti National Forest trailside.
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Mary Jo Gilsdorf
The next morning, we were off to CATIE Botanical Gardens. Marco, a CATIE guide and a student there greeted us with a flower and fruit snack. CATIE's mission is to protect and develop the many …
Ushuaia, before we embark
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william Deily
Having crossed the Arctic Circle, Cancer, Capricorn, the Equator and International dateline, I was determined to complete the list by crossing the Antarctic Circle. I arrived in Ushuaia, Argentina …
Old Leon
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Marnie Green
This will be a short report, as there's not much to say when you spend the day hanging out in a beach town. We hiked to the lookout above town which is adorned by a 4 story Jesus Cristo statue. It …
Map of South Georgia Island
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Amy Sonbuchner
Today we are at sea, so we spend most of the day enjoying lectures and reviewing our photographs from South Georgia. There is a lecture called ''Ice is Nice'' and another lecture introducing us to …
Turrialba Valley
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Torrey Ebaugh
Six o'clock came early but somehow it was easy to get up. Our guide Luis met us right on time and off we went towards the Pacuare River. We soon left the city streets and were climbing the hills …
Lepanthes sightings at the water's edge.
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Mary Jo Gilsdorf
Early the next morning, the group assembled in the lobby; some of us meeting for the first time. By that evening- we were thoroughly enjoying the camaraderie of our first dinner together joyfully …
Old Leon
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Marnie Green
After another wonderful Nicaraguan breakfast of eggs, gallo pinto, fried cheese, and plantains, we headed back to our cabin to pack up and prepare to catch the ferry. On the way we ran into our …
Rockhopper pengui hide &seek at New Island, Falkland Islands
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Amy Sonbuchner
We wake up early to have breakfast before our 7:30am zodiac ride to Gold Harbour. Gold Harbour takes its name from the pyrite or ''fools gold'' found here in 1911. We wonder whether we will see any …
Brennan, Trent, and Turrialba Valley
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Torrey Ebaugh
Here we go, complete with butterflies in my tummy that are somewhere between excitement and nervousness. We have made it through the high demands of Christmas time and now the trip we have planned …