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Wildlife Wonders of Costa Rica

Costa Rica is renowned as an excellent destination for wildlife lovers. With an abundance of colourful and unusual creatures on land and water, as well as some of the world’s most progressive conservation policies, the small Central American nation offers a chance to see many memorable species

Posada Amazonas, Southern Amazon Basin

As part of my recent trip to Peru, I was lucky enough to spend a few days visiting the Peruvian Amazon Basin. The Peruvian Amazon Rainforest which covers over 60% of the country (including the Peruvian Amazon Basin) is considered to be one of the most biologically diverse places

March’s Sunvil Supper Club: Huevos Rancheros

This is a traditional Mexican country breakfast that was served to farm workers at dawn. It comprises of eggs with chillies, tomatoes and peppers in corn tortillas. As the popularity of the dish spread beyond Mexico, many variations of the dish have been made. To download your

Galapagos Islands Facts

Remote, spectacular and unique the Galápagos Islands are a once in a lifetime trip for anyone interested in the natural world. A UNESCO World Heritage site of 19 volcanic islands of varying sizes, located along the equator, 600 miles off the coast of mainland Ecuador. The diverse wildlife and dramatic

An interview with wildlife artist Robert E Fuller

Robert E Fuller is a British artist best known for his wildlife paintings. His high-detailed images have been purchased by clients such as the RSPCA and the National Trust, and have been exhibited in wildlife galleries across Europe and in his own gallery in North Yorkshire. Robert

7 things to know when planning a visit to Iguazu Falls

If you haven’t yet seen Iguazu Falls it can be quite hard to comprehend the numbers. A waterfall that’s almost 3 km in length; twice as wide as Niagara and considerably taller. In fact to call it a single waterfall isn’t exactly accurate – it’s around 275

La Candelaria Festivity In Puno

The Festivity of the Virgen de la Candelaria of Puno, Patron of the city of Puno has been included in the Representative List of the Unesco Intagible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The festivity has various names: Purification of Mary, Party of the Light, and Party of the Candles ‘Candelas’ where

The delights of Buenos Aires

Argentina is the eighth largest country in the world, and its capital Buenos Aires is often called the ‘Paris of South America’ due to its architecture and rich European heritage. The province of Buenos Aires sprawls over 78 square miles and is home to 12 million people known as ‘Porteños’

The Moche Civilization

Dating from between 100 – 800AD the Moche civilization is defined by its significant archaeological sites and some of the most impressive pottery to be found in Peru. The cultural sphere was centred on several valleys on the north coast of Peru and takes its’ name from the river that

Costa Rica Travel Advice

Costa Rica is located in Central America between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It encapsulates dense jungles, rugged beaches, active volcanoes and eerie cloud-forests. It is home to 5% of the world’s total biodiversity – including 8,000 species of orchid and more than 800 species of birds. 25%