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Hạ Long Bay
Perito Moreno Glacier
New River (Belize)
Penas Blancas River
Kenai Fjords National Park
- Visit La Macarena, a good example of social empowerment
- Embark a boat that will take us for 25 minutes up the Guayabero river
- Visit Cao Cristales, a natural spa with small ponds filled with algae with rainbow like look
- Visit El Mirador, a point where we will enjoy of an amazing view of the wild savannah
- visit the main sector of Cao Cristales River
- Do a 30 minute hike that will take us to Cao Cristales
- Chance to swim and relax at the WillyWonka like ponds
- Enjoy a ternera a la llanera a typical beef preparation of the Colombian flat lands
- Visit Los Pilones, which is a scenic hike though a stone canon with lush green vegetation
The visit to the highlands of Guatemala is one of the most interesting because you can visit lively and interesting as that of Santiago Atitlan and Chichicastenango across the famous lake of the same name markets. A walk-through the Atlantic showing semi-arid land and its various pineapple, grapes, banana and cashew, until the great Rio Dulce of Guatemala's natural reserves, which empties into the Caribbean Sea with more than 40 km long to reach the Garifuna community called Livingston with their signature dish "Tapado" (seafood broth with coconut milk).
A private visit to Guatemala, through the highlands and part of the Maya world. A unique opportunity to discover Guatemalan culture in a week time !
This overnight trip to Lake Atitlán gives you a great mix of activities without wearing you out on any one of them. Biking, kayaking and hiking in, around and through the Lake Atitlan area - you get to experience the lake through a variety of speeds, angles and perspectives. Whether you are cruising on the crest of the caldera ridge, paddling the azure-blue waters of Atitlan, or hiking lakeside – you’ll surely enjoy the fantastic views (and food!), and rest easy in one of the most beautiful hotels in all of Central America.
1 Day : Arrival in Quito
2 Day : City tour with middle of the world
3 Day : Transfer out in Quito / Flight to Galapagos (San Cristobal Airport)
4 Day : Espaola Island
5 Day : Kickers Rock / Speed Boat to Santa Cruz
6 Day : North Seymour Island
7 Day : Highlands of Santa Cruz / Speed Boat to Isabela
8 Day : Lava Tunnels of Isabela
9 Day : Wetlands of Isabela / Speed boat to Santa Cruz
10 Day : Transfer out and flight back to Ecuadors mainland
Trek from Pacific to Atlantic, on a cobblestoned colonial road through the primary rainforest of Chagres & Portobelo National Parks, used by endless mule caravans carrying about 200 tons of silver from Peru and Bolivia a year to the trade fairs of Portobelo, which attracted famous pirate and privateers like Francis Drake.
It’s the forgotten precursor of the Panama Canal, where the mix of indigenous, afro-descendent and mestizo population aspires for sustainable way of living and conservation of surrounding rainforests: experience history and be part of local communities quest for sustainability in tropical rainforests.This tour allows the participant to cross the Isthmus of Panama along the original route of the Camino Real, beginning in Old Panama on thePacific Ocean, trekking through the dense jungle of the Alto Chagres to reach Portobelo in the Caribbean. This three-day trekking has expedition character and requires very good physical condition from the participants. The night before departure, we will held a meeting to explain details of expeditions in the jungle, animals, safety, and also what to carry and what not (the trekker carries his day pack, while the tent, food and personal belongings are carried by porters - up to 15 pounds per person). The challenge of this hike is not the altitude, but the humidity and temperature of the tropical climate. Participate in this expedition really allows to experience and appreciate the work of the historical characters like Francis Drake and the unknown drovers of the mule trains, who crossed this road in the past. The first night we spent at a peasant village, where we will better understand their life situation within a national park and the problems of deforestation and conservation. The second day we start hiking the path of the Camino Real, soon we find a well-preserved segment of it in the mountains of the Chagres National Park and enjoy spectacular scenery. The third day we walk mostly in primary forests below old giant trees up to the headwaters of the Rio Boquerón, which pours down its valley over countless waterfalls. The fourth day we arrive finally at Portobelo in the Caribbean Sea, where between the walls of the Spanish fortifications remains the rich heritage of Afro-Caribbean populations.
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