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Why the Whole Family Will Love a Peru Adventure

Why the Whole Family Will Love a Peru Adventure

Natural Habitat Adventures January 26, 2017 0

Shrouded in mystery and myth, the Peruvian Andes are a place where stories live and traditions live even longer. It’s a land dotted with ancient ruins, where history is still being unearthed and new

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10 things I learned in the Peruvian Amazon

10 things I learned in the Peruvian Amazon

WWF January 18, 2017 0

A photo essay based on Natural Habitat Adventure’s Great Amazon River Cruise in Peru. #1:  The next installment of Mad Max should be filmed in Iquitos Three-wheeled ‘tuc-tucs’ and other rolling contraptions dominate Iquitos

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The Incredible Incas—Interesting Facts About an Ancient Civilization

The Incredible Incas—Interesting Facts About an Ancient Civilization

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl January 2, 2017 0

Cusco, Machu Picchu—The Lost City of the Incas—the Sacred Valley, the legendary Inca Trail, these are just some of names of place that conjure up the true magic and mystery of the ancient Incan

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How to Spot a Jaguar in the Peruvian Amazon

How to Spot a Jaguar in the Peruvian Amazon

Natural Habitat Adventures November 14, 2016 Comments Off on How to Spot a Jaguar in the Peruvian Amazon

Elusive, stealthy and stunningly beautiful creatures, jaguars are a sight that many people hope to see when they venture into the Amazon rain forest. The Amazon is one of the most probable places on

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Machu Picchu’s Best Kept Secrets

Machu Picchu’s Best Kept Secrets

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl January 25, 2016 Comments Off on Machu Picchu’s Best Kept Secrets

Sitting proudly at the top the bucket list of anyone who loves to travel, Machu Picchu – the “Lost City of the Incas” – is one of the most spectacular ancient ruins in all of

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Further Up the Amazon River

Further Up the Amazon River

Natural Habitat Adventures January 18, 2016 Comments Off on Further Up the Amazon River

I’ve been to the Amazon before – several times, actually. I’ve led trips in the neo-tropics and been on more rain forest hikes than I could ever remember. So to say I thought I

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