Lost World Adventures Travel Blog

Ancient Temples of the Gods - Huacas del Sol and de la Luna

The two ancient temples rise, towering over the desert floor of Peru. One is the largest adobe structure in the world, built with over 140 million.

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Costa Rica Sea Turtles: Where and when to see them

If you love seeing unique species of marine life, then you will need to visit Costa Rica at the right time of the year - particularly the Pacific.

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Exploring Easter Island

Easter Island and its mysterious mythology has been popping up a lot on the news lately as archaeologists and historians express concern that the.

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Patagonia ebook - Bariloche and the Lakes District

San Carlos de Bariloche, known simply as Bariloche, is situated in the Andes of northern Patagonia of Argentina. The region's alpine atmosphere.

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Patagonia e-book - Chilean Lake District

Where snow-capped volcanoes meet peaceful lakes...

This quaint area is not the wild nature of Patagonian regions further south, but visitors are.

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The Valdes Peninsula - The Galapagos of the Atlantic

Along the extensive and rugged Atlantic coastline of Argentina are a continuous series of bays, gulfs, inlets and peninsulas that are home.

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Machu Picchu: a Wheelchair Accessible Adventure

Thanks to Wheel the World, a revolutionary tour company, Peru’s Machu Picchu is now wheelchair accessible for the first time since tourists began.

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Explore The 3 Guianas: Guyana, Suriname & French Guiana

Nature in its original form - South America undiscovered.

Guiana, Suriname and French Guiana, known as the “Three G’s”, occupy the least-explored.

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Patagonia E-book - Ushuaia & Tierra del Fuego National Park

Tierra del Fuego - the "End of the World"

The name "Tierra del Fuego" comes from the Spanish explorer's first impressions of the archipelago, when.

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Patagonia E-book: El Calafate and El Chaltén, Los Glaciares National Park

Los Glaciares National Park

Located in southern Patagonia, Los Glaciares is Argentina's largest national park, covers an area of over 2,800 square.

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