Adventure World Travel has unveiled its all-encompassing 2020 South America brochure. The collection, which also incorporates Mexico, Central America and Antarctica, expands upon its existing diverse portfolio with an increased focus on unique wildlife, cultural and eco-conscious experiences.
The continent offers a wide array of wildlife observational experiences, but the ultimate on many travellers’ wish lists is to view the elusive puma. New for 2020, Adventure World Travel has developed a 5-day Puma Encounter in Patagonia that offers daily excursions run by knowledgeable local guides teamed up with experienced trackers, who together will provide your clients with the best chance of spotting one of these stunning creatures.
Neil Rodgers, Managing Director of Adventure World Travel said, “The elusive Puma is the largest big cat in Patagonia, yet very tricky to spot unless on a dedicated puma tracking trip. We have carefully selected our Puma tracking, and wildlife spotting partners in Torres del Paine in order to ensure that we are doing the best we can to protect the wildlife whilst enabling people to encounter it.”
Citing Patagonia as a region experiencing tremendous growth, Adventure World Travel has significantly expanded its offering in both Chile and Argentina for travellers wishing to explore in-depth and beyond the traditional itineraries in Torres del Paine. El Chalten located in Argentinian Patagonia is known as the ‘National Capital of Trekking’ and offers the perfect base for explorers with its pristine and protected natural environment. Adventure World Travel offers a unique range of boutique eco-lodges in the region with hiking trail itineraries suitable for all fitness levels.
Another region of expansion in the 2020 collection is Colombia, which new itineraries for eco-enthusiasts to explore Tayrona National Park. Located along the country’s Caribbean coast, this spectacular national forest offers up pristine golden sandy beaches and dense rainforest, brimming with wildlife such as howler monkeys, capuchins and agouti. For more adventurous clients, Adventure World Travel recommends its four- to six-day ‘Lost City Trek’. Located in Colombia’s Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta the Lost City is one of the largest pre-Colombian towns discovered in the Americas, which has sat in silence for four centuries.
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