For centuries, Africa has captivated explorers and adventurers with its iconic wildlife. The continent is home to Vast tropical forests, diverse culture and fascinating flora and fauna. It is the cradle of humanity. And its
The Amazon, the world’s largest tropical rainforest, is home to more wildlife than anywhere else on Earth. This impressive forest spans nine nations and provides fantastic opportunities to enjoy incredible habitats and wildlife. From more
Brazil is a very large country, occupying half of South America’s area and bordered by every other South American country except Chile and Ecuador. And its eastern border meets the Atlantic Ocean. The country’s enormous
El Coca (Puerto Francisco de Orellana) is a city in eastern Ecuador near the merging of the Coca River and the famous Napo River. Officially named after the famous explorer, Francisco de Orellana, this is
Ecuador has a significant portion of the Amazon Rainforest where you can find some of the best lodges in Amazonia. From these lodges, you’ll enjoy guided Ecuador Amazon tours for spectacular wildlife experiences. And off
Entebbe sits on Uganda’s section of Lake Victoria and offers a small town with a few different attractions. The atmosphere is relaxed and European-styled buildings sit as a reminder of its colonial history. This is
The Galapagos Islands are a volcanic archipelago located in the Pacific Ocean towards the west of Ecuador’s mainland. The Galapagos contains an incredible diversity of animals. There are many species only found in this region.
Iquitos is the main gateway to experience Peru’s northern Amazon Rainforest. As the largest city in the Peruvian Amazon, it’s worth noting that there are no roads that connect Iquitos to the rest of Peru.
Kenya remains one of Africa’s favorite destinations and often a first choice when considering a visit to Africa. Kenya provides fantastic safari lodges and tented camps for tours on the famous savannas to enjoy incredible
Manaus, the largest city in the Amazon Rainforest, serves as a bustling port along the Amazon River. Additionally, it is a significant Brazilian industrial hub thanks to its Free Economic Zone. The city attracts many
The southern city of Cusco is the most popular destination in Peru. From here, you can arrange tours to the archaeological sites of the Inkas, particularly the world-renowned Machu Picchu. This 15th-century Inka site attracts
Puerto Maldonado is your gateway town to Peru’s southern Amazon Rainforest. And there are some fantastic rainforest lodges and tours to choose from. Puerto Maldonado is a sleepy town and is very unique among Amazon