The Gran Sabana is a grassy savannah-like plateau with an elevation of 900-1200 metres. Millions of years of erosion have made this location one of the world’s richest areas for gold and diamond mining. Abounding in natural wonders such as waterfalls, rapids and tropical rainforest; the plentiful wildlife makes the Sabana a naturalist […]
El Calafate is a small town in Patagonia, Argentina. It is situated on the southern border of Lake Argentino. The city is an important tourist destination as the hub to visit different parts fo the Los Glaciares National Park, including the Perito Moreno Glacier, the Cerro Chalten, and the Cerro Torre. Originally a place of […]
A chain of lakes, forests, meadows and snow-covered volcanoes between the Bio-Bio river and the town of Puerto Montt gives shape to one of the most beautiful landscapes in the country of Chile. Puerto Montt was settled by German colonists in the mid-19th century, and is one of Chile’s most important cities. It features middle-European […]
South of the South, where silence reigns, is the majestic landscape of Chilean Patagonia. Patagonia is a region of vast steppe-like plains, rising in a succession of abrupt terraces about 100 meters at a time, covered with an enormous bed of almost bare vegitation. In the hollows of the plains are ponds or lakes.
General Carrera […]
The Anymara have existed in the Andes for over 2000 years. The region where they are now located, the Altiplano, was conquered by the Incas under Huayna Capac. It is most likely the Inca had a strong influence over the Anymara for some time. The architecture for which the Inca are noew known is modeled […]
Bhutan is one of the most sought after travel destinations and is a trekker’s paradise and environmentalist’s dream. With 72 percent of the country under forest cover, Bhutan’s pristine ecology is home to rare and endangered flora and fauna. This spiritual land is the last bastion of the Vajrayana school of Mahayana Buddhism which provides […]
On the Napo River, 100 miles from Iquitos Explornapo provides access to the pristine forest of Explorama’s Sucusari Reserve, as well as access to the adjoining Amazon Canopy Walkway, one of the longest treetop walkways in the world. This adventure offers the opportunity to live in an authentic Amazon River style with palm-thatched houses, kerosene […]
Explorama Lodge: Originally built in 1964 and located in an extensive Primary Rainforest Reserve 50 miles down the Amazon River from Iquitos, Explorama Lodge has undergone a facelift for its 44th anniversary. The 55 typical palm-thatched jungle Lodge rooms now have private bathroom facilities! Explorama Lodge offers a variety of adventures including the Seven Bridges […]
During 2008 & 2009 Explorama Lodges is sponsoring weekly Amazon Rainforest Birdwatching Holidays. These holidays are led by native Amazonian Naturalist Guides and feature Birdwatching from the Spectacular Amazon Canopy Walkway, the longest walkway of its type in the world. Other habitats that will be visited range from the Amazon River edge to interior black […]
Visit the tallest waterfall in the world and the longest single drop waterfall in the world in this exciting tour that takes in some of the best nature and culture of the two diverse South American neighbors of Guyana and Venezuela.
Included: Airport transfers - Double/Twin accommodation (1 single for odd sized groups) - Meals as […]