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Traveler Photo Roundup: Birds & Sloths of Costa Rica

Traveler Photo Roundup: Birds & Sloths of Costa Rica

Natural Habitat Adventures March 9, 2020 0

Nat Hab has spent more than 30 years scouting Costa Rica’s Pacific and Caribbean coastlines, rain forests, cloud forests, national parks and wildlife refuges for nature encounters off the standard tourist track. Many travelers

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International Women’s Day: Spotlight on Nat Hab Guide Josy Cardoso

International Women’s Day: Spotlight on Nat Hab Guide Josy Cardoso

Natural Habitat Adventures March 8, 2020 0

This year, the theme for International Women’s Day (IWD) on Mar. 8, 2020 is #EachforEqual, noting that gender equality is “essential for economies and communities to thrive.” As tourism is widely considered to improve cultural understanding,

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The King of the Arctic in Churchill

The King of the Arctic in Churchill

Natural Habitat Adventures March 4, 2020 0

Zero degrees: another balmy November day up in Churchill, Manitoba. I gaze across the subarctic tundra and over the smooth granite slopes that lead down to the Hudson Bay. Thickets of willow and thin

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Tracking Tigers in India

Tracking Tigers in India

Natural Habitat Adventures February 19, 2020 0

Waiting outside the gate of Bandhavgarh National Park in Central India, you feel the crisp morning air leave your lungs as your breath shows itself with each exhale. Your Gypsy, an open-aired, four-wheel-drive safari

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Butterfly Connections – How Nat Hab’s Scholarship Winner Connected American Students to Rural Mexican Classrooms

Butterfly Connections – How Nat Hab’s Scholarship Winner Connected American Students to Rural Mexican Classrooms

Courtney Nachlas February 5, 2020 0

Beth was busy washing dishes at home when she saw an unknown call come in from Boulder, Colorado. Normally, she wouldn’t answer this type of call, but she had been anxiously waiting for this

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Encountering a Puma in Patagonia

Encountering a Puma in Patagonia

Courtney Nachlas January 23, 2020 0

Have you ever heard someone describe a trip as a “religious experience”? Before I left for Argentina, that’s how Patagonia was explained to me – a religious experience. I thought about this a lot

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Why the Cotswolds?

Why the Cotswolds?

Natural Habitat Adventures December 18, 2019 0

Why visit the Cotswolds? Well, I live here, so let me try and answer that question. I moved to the area when I was nine. My grandparents had raised their own children on the

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Pubs, an Englishman’s Natural Habitat

Pubs, an Englishman’s Natural Habitat

Natural Habitat Adventures December 11, 2019 0

If you want to meet an Englishman in his natural habitat, you go to a pub. Let’s be honest; the great British pub is as much a defining symbol of the country as the

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