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Active Cuba – explore this Caribbean island on foot Cuba is divided by three distinct mountain ranges. To the west, we walk through tobacco fields and rustic farmlands in Vinales, a mountainous area full of limestone karsts. On the pine-covered slopes of the Sierra del Escambray we might spot hummingbirds or hear the call of the Tocororo. Travelling east we …

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Destinations: Central America
From: R 33300

Hiking amongst the mountains and lakes of Guatemala. In the central highlands of Guatemala, lofty volcanoes are commonplace. We hike through traditional Indian villages, coffee plantations and cloud forest as we climb peaks which offer staggering views. Although most of the volcanoes are now dormant, we walk to the lava fields of active Pacaya and to the steaming crater of …

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Destinations: Central America
From: R 27900

From the Caribbean to the Pacific, the best of Costa Rica on foot  Follow handpicked walking trails in search of wildlife, waterfalls and outstanding views. From emerald rainforests, smouldering volcanoes and tropical savannah, to steam-fed springs and bubbling mud pools, vibrant Costa Rica is a destination that always delivers. Country tracks or forest trails lead us to a number of …

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Destinations: Central America
From: R 41000

Cycle three Central American countries from Nicaragua to Panama Starting in the graceful colonial city of Granada and ending in bustling Panama City, our route takes us into Costa Rica’s steamy rain forests, alongside active volcanoes and to the tropical island paradise of Bocas del Toro. The rain forest is home to an incredible variety of wildlife and bird species. …

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Destinations: Central America
From: R 42300

Cycle stretches of the Costa Rican Pacific coastline. Take in the variety of Costa Rica by bike, pedalling past rainforest, volcanoes and stunning sections of coastline. From San Jose we cycle south with vast Pacific views to the right and dense forest to the left. Crossing the 3400m Cerro de la Muerte pass into the Orosi Valley we ride past …

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Destinations: Central America
From: R 40600

Experience the Costa Rican rainforest, mountains and coast Costa Rica is renowned for having proportionately more protected land than any other country, making it ripe for wildlife tourism. What is less known is the marvellous, often bizarre variety of animals from catatonic sloths, screaming Howler monkeys, screeching toucans and nesting Green turtles. Throw in the Atlantic and Pacific coastlines and …

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Destinations: Central America
From: R 38400

Unrivalled wildlife viewing and Costa Rica’s coastal wonders  From the wildlife rich waterways of Tortuguero to the dense jungle coastline of the Osa Peninsula, an area labelled by National Geographic as ‘the most biologically intense place on Earth’, Costa Rica reveals its secrets: Scarlet macaws rule the roost adding brilliant flashes of red, blue and gold to the foliage; Humpback …

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Destinations: Central America
From: R 42300

Jungles, mountains and coast: Costa Rica is a natural paradise A tropical paradise bursting with wildlife; Christopher Columbus was right to christen Costa Rica the ‘Rich Coast’ when he discovered it in 1502. Home to 6% of the world’s plant and animal species, many endemic, the country’s rich biodiversity is extremely colourful. Over 850 bird species have been recorded here …

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Destinations: Central America
From: R 22000

Ten day adventure exploring the Sea of Cortez and enjoying its abundant marine wildlife, with a full day in the Grey whale birthing lagoon and a chance to snorkel with Whale sharks The Sea of Cortez, a World Heritage Site, is rich in natural history, unspoiled in beauty, unrivalled in marine life. It is one of the most bio-diverse seas …

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Five days spent exploring the Sea of Cortez and enjoying its abundant marine wildlife, and assisting with Whale shark research The Sea of Cortez, a World Heritage Site, is rich in natural history, unspoiled in beauty, and unrivalled in marine life. It is one of the most bio-diverse seas on earth and is home to thousands of species of marine …

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Destinations: Central America