--- Menu --- Blog Traveler Stories News Travel Tips Responsible Travel Our Office Amazon Ancient ruins, ancient traditions, and ancient jungles are awaiting you in Peru. Wander through charming markets, explore rainforests, observe unique wildlife, and walk the same trails as the … A cruise does not have to be a 2,000 passenger ship that spends the majority of its journeys in the middle of the ocean. It does not necessary mean cheesy shows, ice sculptures on the buffet, … The Amazon is saturated with thousands of different species of plants and animals, making Peru one of the top countries for bird-watchers and nature lovers. In birds alone, Peru’s Manu Biosphere … Make Your Amazon Trip a Healthy One!
Traveler's diarrhea (TD) is the most common ailment of visitors to Latin America. It's a good idea to ask your doctor for an antibiotic specifically for TD, as … For an Amazon adventure trip everyone should pack accordingly. Except for the occasional internal flight, we'll be taking canoes, kayaks, jeeps, vans and our own feet between destinations. A … 7 steps you can take to help save the Amazon and the world's rainforests, from the Rainforest Action Network.
1) Reduce your paper and wood consumption.
Logging companies are cutting down some … Adventure Life travelers, Greg and Bridget Litten, share with us a bit of their Amazon adventures in Peru's Tambopata National Reserve.
The Tambopata National Reserve (TNR) is part of a 3.7 … Adventure Life traveler, Julia, returns home from a trip to the Ecuadorian Amazon with this clip from the Yasuni Clay Lick. Located along with Napo River, this is one of the most accessible licks in … The world's largest known mineral clay lick, where hundreds of parrots and macaws of up to 15 species congregate daily to ingest the detoxifying clay, is located less than 500 meters from Tambopata … A 'Q and A' session from Rainforest Action Network, to help older children learn about indigenous populations living in the Amazon and other rainforests.
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The widespread destruction of tropical rainforest ecosystems and the consequent extinction … Amazon Tours Amazon Lodges in Peru, Ecuador & BoliviaAmazon River CruisesAmazon Adventure ToursGalapagos & Amazon TourWhere can you find an antelope the size of a rabbit, a snake that can fly, or a … The Tambopata National Reserve (TNR) is part of a 3.7 million acre reserve in southeastern Amazonian Peru created in 1990 by the national government working in partnership with local grassroots and … I have just finished checking with the world's experts on tropical forests and have concluded that without doubt the watershed of the Candamo River and the immediately surrounding areas of tropical … In order to view the Tambopata Research Center clay lick it is necessary to cross the river at dawn in one of our motorized canoes and find a good spot on the rocky beach in front of the clay lick, … Tropical rainforests are defined primarily by two factors: location (in the tropics) and amount of rainfall they receive. Rainforests receive from 4 to 8 meters of rain a year -- 5 meters of rain … The Tambopata Research Center is a spartan yet comfortable 13 bedroom lodge built to accommodate Peru travelers and researchers alike while protecting the adjacent macaw clay lick. Because of its … To tip or not to tip – or what to tip! Questions regarding tipping etiquette are some of the most common concerns travelers have when visiting a foreign country. To make matters even more … Each season, Adventure Life has an annual contest that invites our past travelers to share their travel experiences and enter for a chance to win fantastic trips! Here are some past … January 30, 2003 Press Release
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SAN … Hey! This would be a short segment!! Today was very long. We all had a nice breakfast and packed up the smaller escort boat. We said our goodbyes to the Manatee and traveled up river to Coca. On our … Today was our last full day in the Amazon Rainforest! We all had to wake up super early for our next tour! Our group traveled to a place called Sani Isla, which was located on a tributary of the Napo … We woke up early in the morning for an optional bird watching tour. Of course I took the opportunity! ;) The weather was still raining, but it was not a downpour like yesterday. We got to see more … Today we actually had a normal wake up call. Everyday in the morning, the crew of the Manatee would play music over the intercom system to wake us up. Usually they played some sort of elevator music …
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