By Manuela de Mendonça, 19 November 2018
If you are travelling through Costa Rica as a backpacker on a tight budget and do not have the funds to hire a car, then bus, boat and plane are the best means of transport for longer journeys. Aeroplanes are quickest but can get expensive if you need several flights on your itinerary whereas buses are used by locals and travellers alike….
By Manuela de Mendonça, 12 November 2018
This week I visited a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation project supported by the Latin America Travel Association’s charity, the LATA Foundation, near Manuel Antonio National Park called Kids Saving The Rainforest (KSTR).
By David Gilmour, 11 November 2018
There is very little mention of Latin America in the history books about the First World War. Indeed, most Latin America countries took their lead from the United States and maintained a policy of neutrality until 1917 or later. In this article we examine the background and look at some events which involved Latin America.
By David Gilmour, 8 November 2018
A journey to the ice wilderness of Antarctica is an unparalleled adventure, an extraordinary experience with an abundance of wildlife and dramatic scenery. Antarctica is the coldest, driest and windiest continent on the planet and 98% of it is covered by ice that is at least a mile thick.
By Revealed Travel, 8 November 2018
The Endemic is a luxury catamaran, one of the first of a new generation of ships for visiting the Galapagos Islands in comfort and style.
The Galapagos Revealed There is nowhere on the planet quite like the Galapagos Islands, The Galapagos archipelago consists of six principal islands, twelve smaller islands and over 40 islets, with many species of fish, plants and reptiles found nowhere else in the world. Indeed, many species have evolved into different forms on different islands, making […]
By Revealed Travel, 1 October 2018
Over the last decade or so, Colombia has begun to emerge as a safe, friendly, exciting and unspoiled destination for travellers to South America, offering stunning scenery, colonial cities, a wonderful coastline and impressive national parks. After decades of civil war, the peace process is well under way and Colombia has opened up
By David Gilmour, 18 September 2018
The Amazon may not be the longest river in the world but is certainly the mightiest and the most important. The river runs for 4,000 miles (6,400 km) across South America and has many tributaries, of which 17 are longer than 1,000 miles. It discharges about 55 million gallons of water into the Atlantic every second.
Come and Meet the Revealed Travel Team at the Wildlife & Safari Travel Show 29-30 Sept, Harrogate. What’s the best time of the year to travel to the Galapagos Islands? What are the options for travelling to Antarctica? What wildlife can you typically see in Costa Rica? Do you arrange diving in Belize? Where’s the best place […]
The Great Blue Hole of Belize is part of the biggest Barrier Reef in the Northern & Western Hemispheres described by Charles Darwin as “the richest and most remarkable coral reefs in the entire western Caribbean,” and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. The Great Blue Hole is a giant underwater sinkhole which […]