From stunning Kaieteur Falls to venomous bedmates, a couple discovers the joys and perils of travel in the South American rainforest.
Ecuador is welcoming international travelers to enjoy its volcanoes, jungles, islands, and beaches – but how safe is it to visit during a pandemic? Cassandra Brooklyn shares her experience.
In this episode, what you need to know about traveling to Peru during COVID, including the new rules for visiting Machu Picchu.
In this episode, we revisit Ecuador sharing what you need to know for visiting this destination during COVID-19 including special rules for the Galapagos Islands.
Self-isolating during the pandemic, nature-addicted traveler and photographer Augusto Gomes is reminded what he values most in life.
Stephen Lioy finds himself continually wonderstruck as he explores the world's second-largest ice field outside the polar regions.
Photographer Augusto Gomes celebrates the unique flora, fauna, and people who survive in this harsh landscape against all odds.
Filmmaker Albert Sans observes this unique human-animal cooperation off the coast of Santa Catarina.
In this episode, we explore Suriname, its cosmopolitan population and unspoiled nature. Plus, we discover what odd things people travel with.
Deep in the Surinamese interior, Maroon communities descended from African slaves are exploring the potential of ecotourism.
Filmmaker Brian Rapsey visits the remote Pacific coast of Colombia, where a community on the fringes of the global economy must band together. Learn how their ecotourism project is going.