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In Kenya, Up on God's Mountain

Take a slow hike up Mt Kenya to enjoy the scenery and adventure


Mt. Kenya, Kenya’s highest mountain and Africa’s second highest mountain after Mt. Kilimanjaro, it is estimated to be about 2.5 million years old. Its awe inspiring spectacle that dominates the central highlands of Kenya and is located 180 KM north of Nairobi within the Mt. Kenya National Park. …


Added by LuyanziTours on October 14, 2012 at 3:57pm — No Comments

Australia: Diving With Your Life at Stake


It is not much of a city – but the ocean has the more to offer. With water so blue that photos seem artificial afterwards, Cairns in northeast Queensland, Australia, attracts divers from all over the world to experience the most magnificent maritime environment nature has to offer.

Swordfishing and a gold rush built Cairns,…


Added by Traveling Erik on October 7, 2012 at 6:30pm — 3 Comments

Driving in Paradise - Panama

When one thinks of paradise, Panama has to be near the top of the list.

In the 90s Costa Rica fast became the chic eco destination for Americans, Canadians and Europeans.  Many expats started buying land and relocating. In the last ten years, a new nirvana was discovered, Panama.

Countries with both beach and jungle are especially appealing. The world is full of small countries where you can view nature and perhaps surf in the same day. Panama fits the…


Added by Nicholas Kontis on September 29, 2012 at 11:16am — No Comments

Monteverde, Costa Rica, the Visit of a Lifetime

The year was 1998. There was a very small flow of visitors coming to Costa Rica, about 100,000 according to the official numbers. A decade later, that number has increased up to 2 million tourists per year. This $1.9 billion industry is mainly based on Eco-tourism and has been driven by the green buzzword.

As congested…


Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on September 26, 2012 at 10:26am — No Comments

Hacienda Guachipelín Hotel at Costa Rica's Rincón de la Vieja Volcano


Adventure beckons at the exceptional and exciting Hacienda Guachipelin Hotel in Costa Rica’s northern Pacific province of Guanacaste. Lying at the base of the active Rincon de la Vieja Volcano, Hacienda Guachipelin is a working horse and cattle ranch celebrating Guanacaste’s cowboy heritage in the heart of the savanna.…


Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on September 21, 2012 at 2:38pm — No Comments

Sustainable Tourism is Changing the Face of Travel in Costa Rica and the World

It’s big business, this ecotourism.

It drives entire economies of countries like Kenya, Botswana, Belize, South Africa, Laos, and especially here in…


Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on September 9, 2012 at 10:32am — 4 Comments

Monument Rocks: Not Your Typical Kansas

It has been a long-standing rule that when traveling through Kansas, it is best to do so at night because there is a common thought that there is nothing to see, but I believe I can prove that notion wrong. We had three days, two kids, and a small budget to drive out to one of Kansas’s geographic wonders and back again, finding new places along the way to explore.

The seven-hour drive from Kansas City was always too much to tackle so I had put Monument…


Added by Nathan Hershley on September 2, 2012 at 1:25pm — No Comments

The Romance of Old-fashioned Train Travel in Costa Rica's Monteverde Cloud Forest

The romance of traveling by train never fades. Trains mean a journey. The feeling of travel while sitting on a train is unique. The scenery flows past in a way not like from an airplane or in a car – especially if you’re the one driving and you can’t sightsee, but also because a train crosses countryside instead of following busy roads.…


Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on August 27, 2012 at 12:55pm — No Comments

Kapchorwa: The Land & Culture that Produced Uganda’s Second Olympic Gold Medalist, Stephen Kiprotich

Kapchorwa, found in Eastern Uganda at the base of Mt. Elgon, is not endowed with that many…


Added by Krystal Christine on August 25, 2012 at 9:29am — No Comments

Costa Rica's Caño Negro, An Extradordinary Protected Wildlife Refuge


Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge is the house of thousands of emerald basilisks, giant bear ants, jaguars, caimans, ocelots, green iguanas, river turtles, monkeys, pumas, bats and prehistoric fishes such as the Tropical Gar. This wildlife refuge is also the abode of rare birds like the northern jacanas, ibises, jabiru storks, anhingas, cormorants and roseate spoonbills. Set near the Nicaraguan border in a remote area, reaching this refuge is…


Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on August 18, 2012 at 6:39pm — No Comments

Paradise Undiscovered on Ambergris Caye at the Portofino Resort, Belize

When the Belize Tourist Board suggested that I take a trip to explore the ”Central American Nirvana” once known as British Honduras, I quickly jumped at the opportunity. A trip was arranged by the tourist board to visit to the Belize Zoo, and a stay at Cave’s Branch Resort for a “bungle in the jungle.” After three days in the jungle rappelling and spelunking (cave diving), I was off to my next adventure and the reason most travelers come to Belize. A trip to Belize’s barrier reef. A trip to…


Added by Nicholas Kontis on July 31, 2012 at 9:56am — 3 Comments

INBioparque is a Fun Eco-Daytrip from San José, Costa Rica

Staying in
Costa Rica’s 
San Jose metropolitan area and looking for a fun, natural activity for the day?
INBioparque is a great half-day trip close by that gives you an enjoyable and educational look at Costa Rica’s incredibly varied biodiversity all in one place.



Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on July 22, 2012 at 10:24am — 4 Comments

Rappelling the Black Hole in Belize - Not Your Everyday Rush

 Rappelling 300 feet down a cliff into the Black Hole



When the Belize Tourist Board asked me to come to Belize to get a taste of their “slice of paradise,” I gladly accepted. As a scuba diver I was well aware that Belize is the world’s second largest barrier reef, only…


Added by Nicholas Kontis on June 26, 2012 at 10:37am — 1 Comment

Three Musts in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysian Borneo

Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia's corner of beautiful Borneo, is the capital of Sabah State and the gateway to visiting Sabah and Borneo. Known as KK, it is the largest city on Borneo and the sixth largest in Malaysia.  It is accessible…


Added by Sandra & John Scott on June 24, 2012 at 10:33am — No Comments

What Makes Tanzania Safaris So Especially Cool?

The tours to Tanzania is like adventure tours in the capital of Africa’s safaris origin. Tanzania is a country of magnificent natural splendors, astonishing wildlife, romantic beaches, charming olden…


Added by Adventure Panorama Tours on June 20, 2012 at 6:31pm — No Comments

Kenya Travel 101

Kenya was identified as the original home of fantastic safari by legendary personalities such as Ernest Hemingway and Karen Blixen. Some of the most classic movies like Out of Africa, was filmed in Kenya and it…


Added by Adventure Panorama Tours on June 11, 2012 at 4:01pm — No Comments

The Wild Charms of Tanzania's Serengeti National Park

This is the home to millions of wildebeests... each one driven by the same ancient culture of annual migration from Tanzania to Kenya via the seasonal Mara river., fulfilling its instinctive role in the inescapable cycle of life: a frenzied three-week bout of territorial conquests and mating; survival of…


Added by Adventure Panorama Tours on June 6, 2012 at 12:41pm — No Comments

Costa Rica 101: An Overview

Costa Rica. You’ve probably heard of it. The tiny
 Central American country
 is big in tourism news. You may even know someone who’s been there. When you hear the name, you probably think of beautiful tropical beaches, rainforest, surfing, volcanoes, hot and steamy jungle.

But what’s important to know so you can plan a visit?

Check out our top 10 list of 
What to Know for Travel to Costa Rica:

1. Where…


Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on June 1, 2012 at 9:25am — 1 Comment

Predators of the Masai Mara

The future of the Masai Mara game reserve and the continued existence of the abundant game inside it is directly dependent on the Masai communities living around it. The pastoralist …


Added by Adventure Panorama Tours on June 1, 2012 at 7:32am — 1 Comment

What to Expect on Safari in Kenya and Tanzania

Are you looking forward to an exciting and extraordinary experience on your next holiday? then don’t hesitate to visit Africa for great Kenya adventure trips and Tanzania camping safaris among other activities. Quite a number of tourists prefer adventure camping safaris because of the various…


Added by Adventure Panorama Tours on May 27, 2012 at 11:42am — No Comments

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