Archive for July, 2013

Nazca Lines Tree from Viewing Platform

Flying over the Nazca Lines

Posted on 30. Jul, 2013 by Alice Rerden.

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As the tiny 6 seater Cessna lifted off the runway, I began to feel nauseous. I’d heard that the flights over the Nazca lines could be a bit rough, but had never experienced air or motion sickness before, so thought all would be fine. I’d also never been in a small plane before and my [...]

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Salt Flats

Con-salt your senses!

Posted on 22. Jul, 2013 by Emma Campbell.

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Opting to leave Peru for Bolivia the day before Peruvian Independence Day was perhaps not one of my smartest decisions. It appeared that the entire Peruvian Population who reside in Bolivia were making their way back over the boarder to get ready for the celebrations.  After resolving some issues with departure papers myself and my [...]

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Tungurahua Volcano erupts just outside Baños

Posted on 19. Jul, 2013 by Corina Parkwell.

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Tungurahua Volcano is still erupting today. Corina describes the first moment she saw the event.

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Dancing the night away

Spending the night on Lake Titicaca

Posted on 17. Jul, 2013 by Ninka Hartog.

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Two days ago we arrived in Puno; a Peruvian city situated at Lake Titicaca (the world’s highest navigable lake). From Puno we visited the floating islands and after that we went for a three hour boat ride to get to Isla Amantani, where everyone would spend  the night with a local family. Practically nobody speaks English, only [...]

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Scuba Diving from the boat

Getting wet in the Galapagos

Posted on 15. Jul, 2013 by Owen Denton.

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Owen Denton visited the Galapagos and describes the highlights of the trip and his reasons for travelling with Tucan Travel.

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The Pantanal, Brazil.

Posted on 12. Jul, 2013 by Alvaro Cueller.

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Alvaro writes about what to expect on a trip deep in to the Pantanal Wetlands.

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Machu Picchu

Los Baños de Perú

Posted on 10. Jul, 2013 by Margaret Denton.

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Margaret travelled through Peru with her husband and her son, Owen, who was a Tour Leader for Tucan Travel.

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Rio Dulce

Caye Caulker and Rio Dulce

Posted on 08. Jul, 2013 by Kirstie Dyke.

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Kirstie writes about some of the highlights of her once in a lifetime tour!

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Rio Carnival 2014

Posted on 03. Jul, 2013 by Tony Perdomo.

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Watch this amazing video taken by Tony of Rio Carnival to understand why you can’t miss out on Rio Carnival 2014

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