So you’re looking for an adventure to get your blood pumping, adrenaline going and possibly the best full body workout with some pretty awesome scenery?
There’s a reason we call it the wild -- to the untrained eye it may seem like a whole bunch of crazy that doesn’t make a lot of sense. But at the end of the day, nature’s got a lot to teach travellers about how to make it out on the safari, or even the urban jungle. 
North East of Brazil is one of the nicest experiences of Brazilian National Parks, in the center of Bahia. For info visit our site Chapada-Diamantina-Guide.com.br
Contrary to a few viral photos online, the majority of Moai statues on Easter Island have bodies. Only these at the 'nursery' Rano Raraku are still buried in the ground, just the way the locals left them there a few centuries ago.
World's Highest Waterfall: Salto Angel - Angel Falls, Venezuela
We visited Canaima national park in Venezuela to check out the world's highest waterfall.
Colombia: Self Sufficient Living Farmers Offering Eco-Touristic Activities
This is a documentary about an almost self sufficient living association of farmers from Subachoq

La Brigade is a project of two french friends who bought a school bus and converted it to receive some travelers during a year and cross fifteen countries in Latin America.

 

Fernando de Noronha is a volcanic archipelago about 350 kilometers off Brazil’s northeast coast. It’s named after its largest island, a protected national marine park and ecological sanctuary with a jagged coastline and diverse ecosystems.

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