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Last Frontiers' articles for Guianas (all categories)

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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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Last Frontiers Newsletter #16 June 2010

Welcome to an early summer update from Last Frontiers. What a rollercoaster few months it has been - with volcanic ash drifting over us and then another British Airways strike series. I am frustrated to see that the insurance industry has still not reacted positively - they continue to insist that t... Read more»

Posted in: Newsletters
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Viva South America - Oliver Balch

This is a very readable journey through South America, with each chapter looking at a different country in relation to a specific theme. For example, Chile is examined through the eyes of women and Bolivia from the perspective of the poor. The author's commentary on Colombia is particularly hard-hit... Read more»

Posted in: Travel books
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Last Frontiers Newsletter #13 June 2009

Welcome to an early summer update from Last Frontiers (into which we have interspersed a few comments from recent clients). In this issue: Lizzy in Panama and Costa Rica Rebecca in Uruguay Sue sees a jaguar in Guyana Special offers A date for your diary News from the office Lizzy was in Pa... Read more»

Posted in: Newsletters
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Three singles to adventure - Gerald Durrell

Gerald Durrell's entertaining account of his experiences animal collecting in Guyana. Read more»

Posted in: Novels
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Papillon - Henri Charriere

The ultimate escape adventure! The story of Henri Charriere's daring escapes from a penal colony in French Guiana to the countries of Colombia, Guyana and eventually Venezuela. Read more»

Posted in: Novels
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Green heart of a lost world - John Gimlette in Guyana

Fifty-eight miles from anywhere we stopped at a village called "58''. It was a pretty place, tucked into the lee of a forest the size of Britain.Everybody had a pastel hut, a bicycle and a bow and arrows. We had horses once, they told us, but the jaguars ate them. Nowadays, 58 is best-known for its... Read more»

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Last Frontiers Newsletter #4 July 2004

I know it is only a couple of months since our last newsletter, but with the Game Fair looming (see below) we thought it was timely to send another!In this issue: Wildlife in Northern Argentina and the Brazilian Pantanal Mexico: Copper Canyon, whales, and kayaks Guyana: Jungle and Jaguars Fish... Read more»

Posted in: Newsletters, Riding

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