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In Search of Base Camp Greenland: All in a Day’s Work

In Search of Base Camp Greenland: All in a Day’s Work

Natural Habitat Adventures November 3, 2014 0

This travel tale is shared by Rick Guthke, Vice President of Natural Habitat Adventures Headquarters. Friends, family and people I meet randomly on a regular basis tell me just how lucky I am to

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11 Ways That Travel Can Change Your Life

11 Ways That Travel Can Change Your Life

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 6, 2014 23

I recently signed up for Spanish lessons. I’ve been meaning to study Spanish for almost 30 years now, but for some reason, it was always one of those things that fell to the bottom of

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Europe’s Less-Discovered Nature Destination: Croatia & Montenegro Through the Eyes of a Native Guide

Europe’s Less-Discovered Nature Destination: Croatia & Montenegro Through the Eyes of a Native Guide

Emily Deemer January 13, 2014 0

I recently caught up with NHA Expedition Leader Monika Mikulec, born and raised in Croatia, who guides our Nat Hab Expedition trip to the Dalmatian coast: Kayak & Hike the Best of the Balkans.

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The Achuars’ Amazon – Time to Pray? | Olaf’s Corner

The Achuars’ Amazon – Time to Pray? | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver January 7, 2014 0

Our lanky teenage-looking pilot closed his eyes and prayed quietly before takeoff into the immense, emerald-green void of the Ecuadorian Amazon. His murmurs were indecipherable through the roar of the old rattling Cessna operated

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Top 5 Places for Nature in Europe

Top 5 Places for Nature in Europe

Maddi Higgins December 22, 2013 1

Europe was once teeming with wildlife, from the snow-capped tops of mountains to the warm beaches of the Mediterranean. The arrival of humans, agricultural production, exploitation of habitats and the introduction of invasive species

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Kayaking the Galapagos Islands: Q & A with NHA Guide Champi Rodriguez

Kayaking the Galapagos Islands: Q & A with NHA Guide Champi Rodriguez

Emily Deemer October 14, 2013 3

Our Galapagos Hiking and Kayaking expedition has grown to be one of our most popular trips.  Why? No doubt it has a lot to do with the trip’s charismatic and knowledgeable naturalist guide,  Luis

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Adventures Alone: First Solo, Unassisted Ski Across Antarctica

Adventures Alone: First Solo, Unassisted Ski Across Antarctica

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 28, 2012 3

In January of this year, a British woman, Felicity Aston, accomplished an incredible feat for adventure annals: she skied solo and unassisted across Antarctica. She is the first woman—and first human—to do so. Dragging

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World Tour of the Arctic Tern

World Tour of the Arctic Tern

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 19, 2012 10

When you hear about the great journeys undertaken by some of nature’s smallest creatures, you can’t help but feel inspired to step into adventures of your own that may be outside your comfort zone.

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