A photo essay featuring the beautiful and diverse wildlife in Peru’s Tambopata National Reserve.
A countdown of my favorite wildlife moments in the Peru Amazon Basin, including jaguars, monkeys, and tarantulas.
During our first day riding up the Tambopata River in Peru’s Amazon Basin, we spotted a jaguar, capybaras, and several species of birds.
A large photo of black and white cormorants on an island in the Beagle Channel.
During mating season on North Seymour Island in the Galapagos, male Frigate Birds fill a red pouch under their neck with air and fly around to impress the female Frigates. What do you think ladies? Are these guys hot, or not?
During our second visit to Santa Cruz Island in the Galapagos, we had the chance to see Giant Land Tortoises in the wild on Rancho Primicias. These guys can weigh over 800 pounds each, and live over 100 years. It was estimated that there were once 250,000 on the islands, but due to hunting by man, […]
During a visit to Isabella Island, we saw our first Galapagos Penguins, and dozens of White Tip Reef Sharks.
Blue Footed Boobies are one of the many fascinating birds you’ll encounter on a visit to Espanola Island in the Galapagos.
In the Galapagos, most visitors who take a cruise have the opportunity to go swimming with sea lions in Gardner Bay on Espanola Island.
Monday morning began at 7 AM with the metallic sound of a ringing bell aboard the Eden. I’d slept well, given the yacht had been anchored in a quiet harbor. On our modified agenda for Day 2 was a visit to Tortuga Bay on Santa Cruz Island. Felipe assured us it offered was one of […]