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Sorry fellows, but this Product Praise is just for the ladies. There's no real romantic way to describe this product, so I'll dive right into it. Put … Snorkeling off the coast of Ambergris Caye in Belize
Exploring the crystal clear waters of the Belize Barrier Reef by kayak
Snorkeling and kayaking adventure in … Trekking the Inca Trail in Peru
Hiking Dead Woman's Pass - Day 2 of the Classic Inca Trail trek
The legendary ruins of Machu Picchu
Inca Trail guides and … 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, … Kapitan Khlebnikov breaking ice. Photo by Paul Orenstein
Yesterday's attempt at the Shetland Islands was a bust, again due to weather. Winds were blowing hard, and word was that all the ships in … Adventure Life Women explore Antarctica
Good morning great Adventure Life friends!!!
Just a quick note to let you all know that we have fallen in deep deep love with Antarctica. I will fill you … Leaving Ushuaia for Antarctica
Four hours to go to board the ship! Passengers are gathering in the hotel bar and conversation is lively as we wait the final hours for our Antarctica cruise to … Beautiful Ushuaia, Argentina -- not a bad place to spend a few extra days
Twenty-two hours of flying finally brought me to the city of Buenos Aires. I chose to stop over here for a couple days, … Kuna woman with molas - compliments of Sapibenga lodge
The following article was written by Panama traveler M. Leonard. Thanks for the contribution!
In the Caribbean Sea, a few miles off the … Traveler outside of her dome at Torres del Paine's EcoCamp
EcoCamp at sunrise -- hard to beat that view
A remote welcome from Sacha Lodge, in the Ecuadorian … Julia and her mom, Sue, lounging with sea lions in the Galapagos
Happy Mother's Day! In celebration of the day's holiday, I thought I'd share one of my favorite mother-daughter trip journals. … Mountain Biking in the Andes during Peru Multisport Tour
Whitewater Rafting on the Apurimac River during Multisport Trip
The land of the Incas near Cusco and the Sacred Valley is a great … Welcome to Adventure Life's brand new blog! My goal with this blog is to provide a wide range of articles, discussions, and news about travel to Latin America and small ship cruises worldwide. Check … I am over-the-moon ecstatic to announce that I won the Adventure Life blog contest! I can't believe it! Because of you, voting....I get to go tour the Eastern Islands! My brain … It has been observed that large numbers of commercial as well as large scale businesses are using private jet services for their business purpose. The reason behind this is many businesses, … Brazil rainforest, also commonly known as Amazon rainforest has a number of vivacious but delicate ecosystems. Each of them provides support to thousands of distinct animal and plant species that are … We had one full day in Quito, Ecuador. We stayed at La Rabida Hostel, which doesn't mean the same thing as what you picture when you think 'hostel'! We had our own … We met a veterinarian studying in Galapagos--her current job is catching Short Earred Owls and collecting DNA samples to see if they vary from island to island. She was planning on diving with … On our final day of the cruise, we were up early for a visit to Mosquera Island. It is small, with a beautiful beach. The largest group of sea lions we encountered on the trip lazed on … Rabida is dominated by the color red. Red beach, red paths, red rocks everywhere.
We hiked up above the beach and had a nice view back down.
Along the way, we got to see the Galapagos … Tagus Bay on Isabela Island...known for its graffiti? Apparently early boats, like 1830's, carved their names then others followed suit. I didn't see the old stuff...just …
Elizabeth Bay was full of wildlife. There is no landing place--we explored from the dingies. The red mangroves are a great refuge for a variety of animals.
We … Today was the first of two days visiting sites on Isabela Island. We landed at the harbor for Puerto Villamil, the town on Isabela, and with all the rain, our bus was late. So we explored … Up early for more adventures!
Bartolome island is an interesting place. The rocks are fantastic--there are amazing lava formations everywhere. And, on the way in....we saw a Galapagos …
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