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Full Day Beagle Chanel Cruise from Ushuaia & Ha...
120,98 € *
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Navigate on Beagle Chanel and discover Ushuaia's surroundings from a unique point a view. Pass by Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, Ushuaia's emblem, small islands from where you can observe Sea Lions in their natural habitat. Visit a penguin's colony and stop at Harberton Ranch, a historical spot, and discover its activities.Take a 6 hours sailing excursion on the Beagle Chanel, observe the local fauna and flora and get to know Ushuaia's history.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 24.10.2020
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Horseback River Tour in Jaco
58,95 € *
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You will be picked up at your hotel for a short ride to Ocean Ranch Park. You are greeted by professional guides who saddle you up on a Costa Rican stepping horse for the 1.5 hour ride through the jungle and river to the 180 foot waterfall called "El Encanto". Along the way you will see white faced monkeys, toucan and macaw in their natural habitat while enjoying the cool shade of the jungle. Giant trees and beautiful flowers adorne the landscape all the way to the Rancho where you can kick off your shoes and have a slice of pineapple and a cool drink while enjoying the Jurassic Park like setting.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 24.10.2020
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3-Day Atlantic Patagonia Wild Nature Experience...
381,38 € *
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Bahia Bustamante is a seaside Lodge surrounded by 360° of wild nature in Patagonia. Only a few places in the world house such an amount and diversity of seabirds and marine mammals, which is why it has been included in the National Park "Patagonia Austral". Remote and exclusive, with the philosophy of sustainability and preserving the natural habitat, it is ideal for nature lovers. Activities include bird (penguins and more) and sea lion watching, visit to the petrified forest, to the seaweed industry, and to a typical Patagonian ranch with more than 20.000 sheep, panoramic treks, horseback riding and mountain bike. Relaxing and enjoying the most exclusive sandy beaches and crystal-clear water, surrounded by huge red rocks is also possible.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 24.10.2020
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Agave and Mezcal Ride
192,72 € *
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The fascinating route of this horse riding tour explores four species of wild agaves in their natural habitat plus an agave plantation in the traditional farmlands. Ride with your knowledgeable guide to see and learn how agaves mature and reproduce. Cover on horseback distances and elevation changes that would be very challenging on foot. All the while feast on sweeping views of the great Valle de Tlacolula and the Sierra Juarez.The duration of the riding is between 2 and 3 hours. Snacks and beverages are provided on the ride. Upon returning to the ranch appetizers are served while participants enjoy a tasting of award-winning artisan mezcal made from four different agaves. Before lunch, learn to make two different mezcal cocktails. Enjoy a leisurely meal on the shady outdoor terrace. Hammocks are nearby!Take away a complimentary hand-painted 50 ml. bottle of mezcal and printed cocktail recipes.Purchase of mezcal available.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 24.10.2020
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Tehachapi Slender Salamander
29,00 € *
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Tehachapi slender salamander (Batrachoseps stebbinsi) is a plethodontid salamander, and one of the larger members of genus Batrachoseps. It is endemic to California, in Kern County in the western United States.The Tehachapi slender salamander is closely related to the Kern Canyon slender salamander. It is considered a threatened species in California, and is found only in isolated areas of the Piute and Tehachapi Mountains of the Transverse Ranges in Southern California. Much of the salamander's habitat is currently located on land owned by Tejon Ranch.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 24.10.2020
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Zara's Tales: Perilous Escapades in Equatorial ...
39,90 CHF *
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From adventurer, explorer, photographer, writer, pied piper Peter Beard—eleven irresistible tales, told to his daughter in his tented encampment at Hog Ranch, Kenya, about life, about living, about Africa. He writes of the East African hills he came to know so well over four decades, where time slows to infinity in a great bottomless, bottle green underwater world . . . about Nairobi in the 1950s, still a quaint, eccentric pioneer town, full of characters of all stripes and tribes, where rhinoceros roamed the streets and local residents went to the movies in pajamas. He writes of the camp he built twelve miles outside of Nairobi so that he would never be off safari, a forty-acre patch of bush called Hog Ranch (abutting Karen Blixen's plantation), named for the families of warthogs who wandered into camp, a camp populated with waterbuck, suni, dik-diks, leopard, giraffe, and occasionally lion and buffalo. In 'Big Pig at Hog Ranch,” Beard tells the story of Thaka (translation from the Kikuyu: 'handsome stud”), Hog Ranch's number-one, fearsome, 300-pound warthog, who came into camp and dropped to the ground happy for a vigorous tummy rub, and who one night, 'lying in his favorite position, munching on corn and barbeque chicken,” was encroached upon by a bristly haired, wild-looking boar hog. All three hundred pounds of Thaka exploded straight at the hairy intruder, the two brutish, bony heads crashing together thundering through the camp and Peter witnessed the unleashed power—the bullish strength—of the wild pig . . . In 'Roping Rhino,” Beard tells of his first job in Africa, rounding up and relocating rhinos for the Kenya Game Department with his cohort and neighbor, a weather-beaten native of Old Kenya who thrived on danger and refused to bathe—and of the enormous silver-backed rhino bull that became their Moby Dick . . . He writes of his quest to photograph overpopulated and habitat-destroying elephants for Life magazine on the eve of Kenya's independence . . . of his close encounter with the legendary man-eating lions of 'Starvo” (descendants of the famed beasts rumored to be immune to bullets, who in the late nineteenth century halted the construction of the Mombasa railroad, devouring railroad workers and snatching sleeping passengers from their Pullman berths in the dead of night to make a meal of them), who charged the author, 'coming in slow motion, like a bullet train erupting out of a tunnel, soundless, like an ancient force.” He tells of his round-the-clock adventure tracking and studying crocodiles with a game warden-biologist at Lake Rudolf, a tale that begins with one crewmember being grabbed from behind by a ten-foot crocodile and another doing battle with an almost prehistoric monster fish—a 200-pound Great Nile perch! . . . and he writes of the final wildlife encounter that ended his safari days, an incident that proved Karen Blixen's motto: 'Be bold, be bold . . . be not too bold.” Zara's Tales confirms to our constant surprise and delight that 'nothing out of the ordinary happens. It's just Africa, after all.”

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 24.10.2020
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Zara's Tales: Perilous Escapades in Equatorial ...
29,99 € *
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From adventurer, explorer, photographer, writer, pied piper Peter Beard—eleven irresistible tales, told to his daughter in his tented encampment at Hog Ranch, Kenya, about life, about living, about Africa. He writes of the East African hills he came to know so well over four decades, where time slows to infinity in a great bottomless, bottle green underwater world . . . about Nairobi in the 1950s, still a quaint, eccentric pioneer town, full of characters of all stripes and tribes, where rhinoceros roamed the streets and local residents went to the movies in pajamas. He writes of the camp he built twelve miles outside of Nairobi so that he would never be off safari, a forty-acre patch of bush called Hog Ranch (abutting Karen Blixen's plantation), named for the families of warthogs who wandered into camp, a camp populated with waterbuck, suni, dik-diks, leopard, giraffe, and occasionally lion and buffalo. In 'Big Pig at Hog Ranch,” Beard tells the story of Thaka (translation from the Kikuyu: 'handsome stud”), Hog Ranch's number-one, fearsome, 300-pound warthog, who came into camp and dropped to the ground happy for a vigorous tummy rub, and who one night, 'lying in his favorite position, munching on corn and barbeque chicken,” was encroached upon by a bristly haired, wild-looking boar hog. All three hundred pounds of Thaka exploded straight at the hairy intruder, the two brutish, bony heads crashing together thundering through the camp and Peter witnessed the unleashed power—the bullish strength—of the wild pig . . . In 'Roping Rhino,” Beard tells of his first job in Africa, rounding up and relocating rhinos for the Kenya Game Department with his cohort and neighbor, a weather-beaten native of Old Kenya who thrived on danger and refused to bathe—and of the enormous silver-backed rhino bull that became their Moby Dick . . . He writes of his quest to photograph overpopulated and habitat-destroying elephants for Life magazine on the eve of Kenya's independence . . . of his close encounter with the legendary man-eating lions of 'Starvo” (descendants of the famed beasts rumored to be immune to bullets, who in the late nineteenth century halted the construction of the Mombasa railroad, devouring railroad workers and snatching sleeping passengers from their Pullman berths in the dead of night to make a meal of them), who charged the author, 'coming in slow motion, like a bullet train erupting out of a tunnel, soundless, like an ancient force.” He tells of his round-the-clock adventure tracking and studying crocodiles with a game warden-biologist at Lake Rudolf, a tale that begins with one crewmember being grabbed from behind by a ten-foot crocodile and another doing battle with an almost prehistoric monster fish—a 200-pound Great Nile perch! . . . and he writes of the final wildlife encounter that ended his safari days, an incident that proved Karen Blixen's motto: 'Be bold, be bold . . . be not too bold.” Zara's Tales confirms to our constant surprise and delight that 'nothing out of the ordinary happens. It's just Africa, after all.”

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 24.10.2020
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