Join expert Douglas Simões for a webinar about Mountain Travel Sobek's Adventure in Brazil’s Pantanal and Amazon We will discuss the unique Pantanal region, ethereal beauty of the Amazon, diversity of wildlife, and tranquil accommodations in comfortable eco-lodges with access to private nature reserves. Click here to view!
"When I first laid eyes on Patagonia after having lived in the Rockies, I knew I’d found the wilder West. A vast empire of shifting landscapes, the very sight of it sets off a pressing itch to go exploring. Golden steppe, glaciers and deep forest wrapped around countless unnamed peaks, these landscapes are larger than life. To be there, immersed, is to belong to something greater."
The government of Peru has announced that it will be issuing coveted Inca Trail permit earlier than usual for the coming year—beginning in December 2016. This means that these highly sought after permits, which normally sell out earlier, will be gone even earlier! Don't miss out on your chance to experience this magical citadel the way the Incas did: entering it via the renowned Inca Trail.
"About the size of the U.S. and home to both Earth’s largest rainforest and South America’s premier wildlife sanctuary, Brazil is a land of unmatched biodiversity, earning UNESCO World Heritage status for both the Central Amazon Conservation Complex and the Pantanal Conservation Area. But while both are prime examples of what makes Brazil’s wild heritage so unique and precious, each offers a very different way to experience this vast wilderness. If you’ve been interested in delving into the heart of Brazil but unsure of how, read on!"