UPDATE: Sierra Negra Eruption in Galapagos


Here’s a geological event you won’t forget!

Two days ago, Sierra Negra, a shield volcano on the island of Isabela in the Galapagos erupted after 3 months of increased seismic activity.

World Cup Tournament Time: Argentina vs. Brazil


Even though the United States didn’t qualify for this year’s World Cup, our team of Latin America travel experts here in the U.S. have found plenty of rooting interests in the tournament all the same. When you spend as much time getting to know the people and the places across South America the way we have, you develop some pretty profound ties and you can’t help but pull for the countries you know intimately.

Live Chat With The Team


If you’ve been a regular reader of our blog and newsletter, or if you’ve traveled with us before, you know that the ideal way for us to start crafting your next Latin America adventure is for you to give our team of travel experts a call to chat about it.

Galapagos Conserves Its Beauty; Bans Single-Use Plastics

Galapagos Tortoise

Single-use plastics will now be banned in the Galapagos Islands! The ban, created to protect wildlife and their habitats from the detrimental affects of plastic waste, will roll out in phases over four months and affects all residents, tour operators and visitors.
New Plastic Restrictions in the Galapagos Islands, Starting the Summer of 2018

Wolters World Experiences Ecuador with Southern Explorations


A Dream Galapagos Trip


In 2005, Howard & Linda Payne made the decision to follow their dreams of pursuing the open road, exploring the world, and documenting their travels along the way on their website. The couple recently did some exploring with Southern Explorations, experiencing the Galapagos Islands and the incredible flora & fauna they'd always dreamed of seeing for themselves. This is their story.


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