Independent Eco Explorer Panama

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On this journey you will see Panama’s stunning beaches, experience an unforgettable encounter encounter with the Embera people, then hike the mountains of Chiriqui to observe the elusive, long-tailed Quetzal.

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Harpy Eagle Photography Intro from Tambopata Ecolodge

rainforest expeditions

Bird and Wildlife Photography Harpy eagle photography in the wild is on the top of the list for many bird and wildlife photography enthusiasts. There are not many places that you can actually see the world’s largest raptor, let alone have a chance to photograph one. One of the more…

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Finca del Sol, Alberta, May 2019

What started as a small camping getaway property in 1998, has changed a lot over the last year. We had made plans to build a straw bale house here in 2017, and late that year got our building permit. Too late to do much more than get a hole dug…

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Costa Rica Rainforest Connection

Daily Year Round – Semi Private Independent Explorer Program (uses vans and buses for our guests only, not public) 7 days – 6 nights from CAD $1609 pp based on dbl occupancy Here’s how it works, easy and affordable. Day 1: Arrival at the Juan Santamaria International Airport in San…

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Wellness Escape – Cloudforest Eco-Spa and Ocean Retreat

This semi-independent vacation not only visits beautiful locations from cloudforest to pacific beaches, but also has three of the best Green Hotels in Costa Rica. Two of them have spa facilities as well as many other natural amenities and activities. Day 1: Today you’ll be met at the airport by…

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Tambopata Research Centre Parrot Lovers Program

The rainforest of Tambopata has gained a reputation of being a hotspot for parrot and macaw lovers due to its healthy population of parrots and macaws and due to an ongoing research project at the Tambopata Research Center that has been working with macaws for over 20 years. A huge claylick lays less than a kilometer from TRC. Up to 17 species of parrots have been observed at this claylick.

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