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How to spot a birder

Having recently returned from Guyana one of the main things I will never forget about this wonderful country is its enormous number of bird species. I have always been more of a fan of mammals rather than birds, but after spending nine days in the interior of Guyana my eyes have been opened to a who... Read more»

Posted in: Trip reports, LF blog
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Lizzy in Peru - Andean Explorer train and Lake Titicaca

As I mentioned in my last post (www.lastfrontiers.com/articles/view/lizzy-returns-to-perus-inca-heartland) I was lucky enough to travel in real style on the Belmond Andean Explorer train days after it started operating. After the overnight journey, which was a real treat, I had a wonderful day on La... Read more»

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Itinerary of the Month

We help our clients and potential clients design Latin American itineraries every day. Since we are known as tailor-made specialists no two trips are ever quite the same, and some end up being so unusual that they surprise even us. To celebrate that everyone is different, and perhaps to inspire you,... Read more»

Posted in: Press releases, LF blog
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Sue in Colombia's coffee region and Caribbean coast

Having read Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez, listened to stories from friends and clients and read the tourist board slogan "Colombia - the only risk is wanting to stay" I was longing to see and experience the country for myself and when the opportunity arose I therefore jumped... Read more»

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Summer Newsletter July 2017

Welcome to our latest round-up of Latin America news and staff travels. In this issue: Office news Last Frontiers' Top Three: Unusual ways to get from A to B Staff reports and feedback: Nicola travels from tip to toe in Chile and Emily reports back from the lesser-visited Caribbean coast of Cos... Read more»

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Lizzy returns to Peru's Inca heartland

When asked which my favourite country in South America is I struggle and generally list my overall highlights rather than a specific country, but if pushed I think Peru might just top my list, and certainly it is the country I would recommend for a first time visitor to South America interested in c... Read more»

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Nicola travels from tip to toe in Chile

If you are wondering where to spend your next holiday, let me suggest Chile.  In 14 nights you can comfortably cover the highlights of this land of extremes, experiencing the driest desert on earth, the soaring peaks of the Andes, fields of ice, vertiginous volcanoes and some truly tremendous wine.... Read more»

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Emily in undiscovered Costa Rica

In May I had the opportunity to visit Costa Rica for the first time.  The itinerary was exciting and really varied and gave me the chance to explore the less visited Caribbean coast. Whilst there I enjoyed discovering the growing town of Puerto Viejo, Cahuita National Park and the new Aguas Claras H... Read more»

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