Marmosets in the wild

Where Can I See the World’s Smallest Monkey?

The Tiny Pygmy Marmoset Extraordinary animals fascinate humans. Weather it’s a tiny puppy, exotic bird, or a massive gorilla, something about unique physical or behavioral attributes attracts the eye. In this vein, marmosets recieve a lot of attention for their tiny size, exotic habitat and big personality. In South America, 22 species of marmosets reside in the trees, but the …

Achuar indigenous tribe

LA Times Feature: Meet an Indigenous Tribe

Los Angeles Times Recommends… Dreaming of a visit to the Amazon Rainforest? The Los Angeles Times has recommended Gondwana’s tour of Ecuador to their impressive audience. Writer Anne Harnagel shines the spotlight on the tour’s visit with the Achuar, an indigenous tribe and the nature treks that guests get to experience. Being featured in the Los Angeles Times is an …

sustainable travel

Where Can I See Howler Monkeys, Sloths & Marmosets?

Tree-Dwelling Animals of the Amazon Rainforest Dwelling in the treetops of the Amazon Basin is a completely separate ecosystem compared to the forest floor. Arboreal animals make their habitat in the trees, and have evolved to find their source of food, community and protection among the leaves. There, birds, mammals, primates and insects coexist in an exotic community. This includes …

Birds of the Amazon

Birds of the Amazon: Macaws, Toucans, Parakeets & Parrots

The Amazon Rainforest’s Feathered Friends Over 1,500 bird species reside in the Amazon Basin. The birds of the Amazon Rainforest are colorful, intelligent and social, making it a bird-watcher’s paradise. Home to ⅓ of the world’s birds, South America, and the Amazon Rainforest specifically, have incredible diversity when it comes to our feathered friends. Tropical species like macaws, toucans, parakeets …

see pink river dolphins

Where Can I See Pink River Dolphins?

See Pink River Dolphins in the Wild Taking a trip to see pink river dolphins is a must for anyone who loves Amazon wildlife. Shy and shrouded in mystery, Pink river dolphins live within the remote Amazon and Orinoco River systems in several South American countries, making them even more intriguing. Hard to spot by the untrained eye, travellers need …

Photos of Pink River Dolphins

Photos of Pink River Dolphins

What Do Pink River Dolphins Look Like? Thousands of pink river dolphins swim throughout the South American Amazon and Orinoco river systems, but they remain elusive creatures. Photos of pink river dolphins aren’t as widely circulated as their ocean-dwelling relatives, making them even more mysterious. To learn about this species, Gondwana has compiled photos of pink river dolphins to explore …

Northern Lights Adventure

Gondwana Press: Take Mom to Alaska!

Take Mom on Gondwana’s Northern Lights Adventure Gift giving can be a trying time for those trying to find a gift for the woman who has everything. Rather than giving mom the generic perfume or meal at a restaurant, travel with mom and give her the gift of adventure and help cross the aurora borealis off of her bucket list! …

Pink River Dolphin habitat

Where Do Pink River Dolphins Live?

Freshwater Life: Amazon River Dolphin Habitat Living in South American river systems is a hidden creature that is known to few but the locals. The pink river dolphin inhabits the basins of the Amazon and Orinoco River systems, meaning freshwater habitats in Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Guyana, Peru and Venezuela are teeming with these unique mammals. Living in freshwater environments, …

Moral Compass Homestay

Moral Compass Feature: BnB’s With A Twist

Moral Compass on the Amazon Awakening Tour In the past, Bed and Breakfasts were largely seen as places for romantic getaways with an excessive amount of doilies and shabby-chic decor. However, with the emergence of Airbnb, Couchsurfer and VRBO, renting part of someone else’s home is becoming more attainable for the everyday traveler. In this vein, Moral Compass has featured …

Pink River Dolphin Facts

Fun Pink River Dolphin Facts

Represented in the media as friendly and highly intelligent creatures, dolphins have always received quite a bit of attention from animal lovers. The pink river dolphin, also known as the Amazon River dolphin or Boto, is a freshwater subspecies with a lot of personality. We’ve compiled a list of pink river dolphin facts to help travelers learn about this rare …