Past Trips

It’s An Unfinished Country by Mohsin Kazmi

Our period of ecological time is called the Anthropocene era and is characterized by the overwhelming influence that humans have on the way the Earth operates. From the depths of the ocean floor to the remote jungles of the Amazon, the signs of human presence are evident. Knowing this, it is

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April 2015

In April 2015 an awesome group joined us for an exciting expedition in the Amazon. On this trip, we stayed at the Las Piedras Biodiversity Station and also rafted for multiple days down river using our fleet of Alpacka Rafts, spending the nights camped out on the riverside. The trip was incredible

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New Year’s in the Jungle – Upcoming Expedition

Stream Walk GroupThis week Tamandua Expeditions has begun taking on volunteers for our most popular annual expedition. December 29th be a part of the team that travels up the Rio Piedras, to study biodiversity and protect forest. We’ll be working with camera traps, transect research, and a variety of other

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Tamandua & Modo Yoga NYC

1277032_667207633310396_2007725188_oTamandua Expeditions hosted Modo Yoga NYC  this past September and it was an incredible

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