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Tourism and conservation come together to showcase and protect nature in all its unspoilt beauty.
Creep through a wilder cloud forest, for your best chance of glimpsing the majestic Resplendent quetzal.
Time a cruise to see elaborate mating dances by Blue-footed boobies and Waved albatrosses in April and May.
Sail into the Strait of Gibraltar to look for Bottlenose and Striped dolphins; Pilot, Fin and Sperm whales.
Enjoy the expert company of host Javier as you explore the bird-rich valleys of the wide Ebro River valley.
Walk along the beautifully wild Costa Vicentina to watch the world's only sea-nesting white storks raise their chicks above the Atlantic each spring.
Wake up in a jungle Ranger Station, enveloped in the sights and sounds of the most biodiverse place on Earth.
Seek out native Squirrel, Howler, Spider and White-faced capuchin monkeys in the forests of the Osa Peninsula.
Admire beautiful, but sadly endangered, wild Scarlet Macaws in one of their last strongholds in Costa Rica.
Venture out after dinner to see turtles arriving to lay their eggs - or baby turtles hatching - on Ostional beach.
Enjoy a more personal and intimate encounter with majestic Andean condors, long after the crowds have left.
Head out on in search of Patagonia's pumas with your guide, an embedded part of the rewilding project team.
Time your visit to the Valdés Peninsula to see Southern Right whales breeding in bays and Orcas hunting on beaches.
Seek out native species, including the jaguar, deer and river otters, being returned to the open waters of Iberá.
Join a renowned research team for a privileged encounter with the wild jaguars in the vast Pantanal wetlands.
Watch the sun rise over the rainforest, as the howls and hollers of the monkeys roll off across endless canopy.
Walk in Patagonia National Park, once tamed by overgrazing, now roamed again by rheas, guanacos and puma.
Explore Caribbean jungles on foot and by canoe, where monkeys howl, crocodiles bask and green macaws soar.
Experience a riot of color and a cacophony of noise as parrots and macaws descend on clay licks at dawn.
Seek hummingbirds, motmots and Cock of the Rock in a quiet corner of cloud forest in Machu Picchu village.
Between December and March, the remote Laguna Grande is home to around 16,000 flamingos – the largest gathering place in South America.
Meet remote colonies of charismatic chinstraps, waddling Adelie and distinctive Gentoo penguins up close.
Sail the Southern Oceans to South Georgia, where 400,000 pairs of King penguins breed in summer months.
Share the blue underwater world of playful sea lion pups, ocean-going iguanas and graceful sea turtles.
Learn the difference between a Macaroni and its slightly smaller, punkier Rockhopper on the Falklands.
Go in search of Giant River otters, reliably seen in late afternoon, or 'Otter o'clock' as it's known by the guides.
Creep through the hushed forest, seeking tree frogs, night monkeys and a hidden world of insects by flashlight.
Fall asleep to the rushing river and sip your morning cuppa as hummingbirds sip nectar in your lodge's fig trees.