In the 16th century, a group of Spanish explorers landed in Baja California, drawn by tales of an island solely inhabited by women. Upon arrival, they discovered a natural paradise, abundant in pearls and stunning beaches. Explorers continue to discover Baja’s seemingly unlimited supply of land and sea natural wonders. This private-group tour takes us on a multisport voyage around the Cape of Baja California, letting you in on many of Baja’s secrets. We’ll hike down a canyon to stand under a
Magical realism was born on the northern coast of Colombia. Guajira and Tayrona's natural and cultural diversity are filled with unforgettable moments. Magical describes this trip. It’s a voyage of discovery from desert to jungle (it changes in a bat of an eye) and the opportunity to experience a remarkable lifestyle. You will stand at the road’s end on Punta Gallinas, South America’s northernmost point. The Kogui and the Wayúu will teach you many things: from how to sleep in a hammock to the way they
If you needed proof that Mexico is a magical place, the Huasteca Potosina is it. Located in the highlands of San Luis Potosí, this region has enthralled travellers for centuries. The Huasteca is not your usual Mexican vacation. It is filled with awe-inspiring waterfalls, beautiful forests and rivers and this experience brings it together beautifully. It is six days tubing, diving, swimming, hiking and rappelling. We guarantee you will fall in love with the Huasteca. The British poet and supporter of the
Roam the mountains and towns of Colombia’s Región Cafetera (Coffee Region). In 2011, UNESCO included this region of Colombia in their World Heritage List. The mountains tell the story of towns, rivers, wax palms and an attitude towards life that is both hard-working and laid back. Nature, this resilience and unbound optimism influence the architecture, food, language and crafts of Colombia’s Cultural Coffee Landscape. In a cup of coffee, you will taste way of life and a love for things well done.
In 1538, Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada reached the Tatacoa Desert and called it “Valley of Tears.” He was impressed by the immense, motionless scenery and haunting colors as he passed through in his search for El Dorado. He did not find El Dorado but his arrival opened this region to the Spaniards and the world. Two sophisticated long-gone cultures would be discovered in San Agustín and Tierradentro. UNESCO named both archaeological parks World Heritage Sites in 1995. Travelling through the highlands and mountains
According to the Happy Planet Index, Costa Rica is in the top 3 of the happiest countries in the world. Why wouldn’t they? In Costa Rica you can experience 12 volcanoes vast cloud forests, home to hundreds of bird species, includingthe sacred Quetzal and re-energize yourself in amazing waterfalls and hot springs. There’s so much to love about Costa Rica, the Western Hemisphere’s eco-friendly poster child. It’s probably why people here live longer, smarter and cleaner than anywhere else. No wonder Costa Ricans greets