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Expedition Cruises

When it comes to cruising, people often have a 'love it or hate it' reaction. For those who haven’t ever been on a cruise, for fear of being stuck ‘doing nothing,’ let us introduce you to Last Frontiers cruises where, if anything, your days will be so packed with adventure you’ll need another holida... Read more»

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Lizzy in Uruguay

In March I eagerly grabbed the chance to escape our seemingly endless UK winter and head to the warmer climes of Uruguay for a few days. I feel the country is often overlooked by visitors heading to neighbouring Brazil and Argentina and I was very much pleasantly surprised by its many attractions. S... Read more»

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Jane Knight visits the Iguassu falls and Iberá wetlands - Saturday Times March 2018

Earlier this year Last Frontiers sent Travel Editor of the Times, Jane Knight and her 12 year old son to Argentina. They stayed at the stunning, very recently opened Awasi lodge near Puerto Iguazú, which she then combined with a stay at Puerto Valle in the Iberá wetlands, stopping at the wonderfully... Read more»

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Brazil - Big Cats - Mail on Sunday January 2018

Last Frontiers sent journalist Wendy Gomersall to experience the wonderful wildlife of Brazil's Pantanal wetlands at Caiman Lodge. Spending four nights there she was lucky enough to see five jaguars in one day! Her article coincides with the new BBC One series 'Big Cats'. Our suggested 12 day ‘Braz... Read more»

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Winter Newsletter December 2017

Welcome to our latest round-up of Latin America news and staff travels. In this issue: Office news: welcome to Hannah A special Peru tour: an opportunity to travel with an expert trip scholar Last Frontiers' Top Three: Blue Planet II moments Staff reports and feedback: Emily learns how to spot... Read more»

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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 ( 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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