The Ancient Engineers of Peru

Journey into a sacred land and discover our links with the past. In all great civilizations engineers have worked at providing a safer environment for their inhabitants. From providing water to designing transport to constructing buildings, they help define how a culture perceives itself. Join us in a tour that…

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Pachamama Peru

Why did the Inca believe that the long valleys  in the Andes were sacred? This tour explores many fascinating ruins and developments of the ancient Inca and their modern descendants. You begin the journey with a visit to the Larco Museum in Lima which chronicals 3000 years of civilisation in…

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Eco Explorer Nicaragua

The largest, and least known country in Central America is also the safest according to the Nicaraguan tourist board. A beautiful country awaits you with friendly smiles and few tourists. Day 1 Arrival at Managua Airport and welcoming by local guide. Transfer to a local hotel in the city centre.…

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Lodge to Lodge Inca Trek Peru

Get to know local people, and their customs and traditions.  Join in the world of the Alpaca and Llama herders, and wander in the same space where the Andean culture originated INTRODUCTION Two indigenous Andean communities in conjunction with a Cusco tour outfitter have designed a hiking-route with four mountain…

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Heart of the Amazon Brazil

This expedition voyage explores some of the most untouched rainforest in all of the Amazon. It is an 8 day trip where we travel by riverboat far up the Rio Negro to an area very rarely visited, exploring the mysterious life of the wilderness that stirs in the forest and…

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Galapagos Island Retreat

RELAXING TOGETHER OR WITH THE FAMILY IN A BEACH FRONT HOTEL. Isabela is the only island of the Galapagos chain that actually spans the equator. You’ll be based in Villamil, a sleepy fishing village situated in a sheltered cove on the South Eastern end of the island. Your hotel, a…

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Galapagos Ecological Adventures

IN THE COMPANY OF THE ISLANDERS After being used for centuries by pirates and whalers the Galapagos were finally claimed by Ecuador in 1832, and since that time have supported a small population, centered mainly on the island of Santa Cruz. And who better to tell you about what life…

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THE INCA TRAIL

From Cusco we travel through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, passing the Inca Fortress town of Ollantaytambo, before embarking on the famous Inca Trail to the lost city of the Incas, Machu Picchu.

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Zen and the Art of Birdwatching

Is it possible to raise your consciousness just by being a birdwatcher? Walking down almost any city street I hear robins, sparrows, crows, some starlings and occasionally a jay. All these common city birds live with us and yet how often do we let the sights sounds of birds hover…

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Spread the Light About Solar Cooking

Remember that old phrase “it was hot enough to fry eggs on” ? Guess what? It’s really true. And you can cook a whole lot more than you ever imagined with today’s solar cookers. I confess, we actually own both a solar oven and a solar stove, so I really…

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