adventure travel Archive

Glamping in Style on Isla Espiritu Santo, Baja Mexico

The Baja Peninsula of Mexico is best known for the resort filled dot at the end of it, but this long stretch of desert has the Sea of Cortes and the Pacific Ocean around it, both teeming with wildlife. One of the most interesting places to explore is the Espiritu Santo Island, the heart of [&hellip

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Explore More of Costa Rica on a Small Group Tour

Have you ever booked a small group tour in order to discover more of a travel destination? It might be the best option for an attraction-packed country like Costa Rica. We’re big fans of independent travel here at Luxury Latin America, loving the freedom and the opportunities to get off the beaten path. We also [&hellip

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Panama and Costa Rica the UnCruise Way on a Small Ship

What is your vacation like on a small ship cruise? Well if it’s an UnCruise, the better question might be about what the vacation is like off the small ship cruise. Because if you are on an adventure cruise with that company, you’ll spend as much time off the boat as on it. You will [&hellip

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Diving, Snorkeling, and Fishing Tours From Placencia, Belize

We’ve written a lot about Placencia, Belize because for years it has been the “up and coming” part of the country with the most luxury travel and upscale real estate potential. It’s got the best mainland beach by far and the fact there’s only one road in and out of the peninsula has kept it [&hellip

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Jungle Animals and Culture at the Napo Wildlife Center

The Amazon Basin jungle region of Ecuador is not as well-known by tourists as the river cruise spots in Peru, but it’s actually better set up in terms of upscale jungle lodges, such as Napo Wildlife Reserve. You’re near a tributary of the Amazon River instead of the great river itself, but the wildlife is [&hellip

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Riding El Chepe Train Through the Copper Canyons of Mexico

In the Americas, there aren’t many passenger train options once you get south of the Rio Grande. The ones that are still left tend to be spectacular though, and that’s certainly true for the El Chepe train through the Copper Canyons of Mexico. You can start in Los Mochis in Sinaloa and head north, or [&hellip

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