Why You Want to Spend Longer in the Peruvian Amazon

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Jenn Miller’s spent two-weeks exploring the Amazon Rainforest in Peru. She’s seen parrots licking clay, searched for ironwood tree seeds, and spotted caimans. You could do it all in two days, but she thinks you should take as much time as you can and slow down. Here’s why.

Seeing the Amazon from an Amerindian Perspective

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What if your next family vacation could include trekking, birding and learning about Amerindian culture in Guyana and help save the rainforest? Vickie Lillo shares her family’s experience exploring the Amazon and the information you need to do the same.

Ayahuasca Healing Journey – Into the Amazon – Part II

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If you are at all interested in Ayahuasca healing, then you won’t want to miss the second installment in John Gamble’s experience and explanation.

Ayahuasca Healing Journey – Into the Amazon

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Ayahuasca healing ceremonies, which are conducted by shamans, have been an integral part of life in the upper Amazon for centuries.

Amazon Riverboats Are “Never Comfortable” – Brazil, South America

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Carl Boyer was reading Jean Paul Sartre's play, "No Exit," which described his concept of hell. Sartre got it wrong. Hell is the B/M Leão IV. Read why.

Anacondas and The Amazon Via The Road of Death – Bolivia

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home_march25_anaconda.jpgThe Bolivian Amazon is a good alternative to the heavily touristed Brazilian rainforest.