Trace changing ecosystems from Peru’s Isla Guañape, once quano-harvesting islands but now a reserve for inquisitive southern sea lions, mischievous Humboldt penguins and Guanay cormorants.
The Pacoche rainforest in Ecuador is home to howler monkeys, reptiles and exotic birdlife like rufous headed chachalaca and saffron siskin. Columbia’s Utria National Park features magnificent frigate birds and the endemic blue anole, the world’s only pure blue lizard, while Panama’s Darién National Park spans. Central and South America and Embera Indians proudly maintain their traditions amidst tropical rainforest where endangered species like the night monkey, spotted paca and Guatemalan black howler live.
In Salaverry Peru, explore ancient cultures and archaeological treasures of the Mochicas and Chimu civilisations, including Sun and Moon pyramids of the former, and of the latter, Arco Iris Temple and complex of Chan Chan, the largest earthen city of pre-Columbian America and one of the finest examples of mud cities in the world.