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.
At 2am on her last night in Buenos Aires, a stolen wallet and cancelled flight leave Claudia Crook with only one choice.
Erika Bergman gets back to nature on a sea kayaking adventure, discovering the biodiversity in the waterways of the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Travel to the Shiripuno River in the Ecuadorian Amazon with Erika Bergman as she gets back to nature on a camping adventure.
Travel with Erika Bergman to Cotopaxi National Park as she goes horseback riding among the glaciers and mountains of Ecuador.
Travel with Erika Bergman as she embarks on a fascinating journey down the tranquil rivers of the Ecuadorian Amazon in a traditional canoe.
Lucy Barnard is on a mission to walk the entire length of the world with her cattle dog Wombat from Argentina to Alaska, 20 thousand miles, 15 countries, 1825 days and countless pairs of underpants.
Meet the unlucky honeymooners - troubled by disaster after disaster including ear infections, a waterfall rescue and crashing a car into a castle.
Listen to this episode of the World Nomads Podcast on Ecuador and discover the strict rules for visiting the Galapagos Islands and the volcanoes that rival Mt Fuji.