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April 2018

Fitness Retreat in the Amazon Rainforest

April 5 - April 14

Accommodations and Setting

In April 2018 we will be offering a fitness retreat in one of the wildest places on earth. Too many hours are spent staring at a wall in a gym so why not get your sweat on in those great outdoors? Rafting, hiking, swimming, climbing, exploring – the Amazon has a number of ways to get a great workout

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Be Bold: Amazon Adventures with Paul Rosolie and the Bold Betties

April 19 - April 28

*A note from Tamandua Expeditions Founder and guide Paul Rosolie:

During this trip we will be teaming up with the awesome outdoors group The Bold Betties. We are very excited to work with this incredible organization in the Amazon Rainforest.

For over ten years I have brought people from all over the world into the rainforest. It is undeniably an extreme environment.

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May 2018

Reconnect with Nature: Hike, Raft, Explore in the Amazon Rainforest

May 3 - May 12


It is time to reconnect with Nature. In a time when fifty percent of people across the world live in cities, we are further and further distanced from the ecosystems and wild places we come from. Where better to rekindle old connections than a place with the greatest array of life on earth: the Amazon

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RARE: Study Abroad in the Amazon Rainforest

May 15 - June 4

Accommodations and Setting

The Las Piedras Biodiversity Station is located in the Madre de Dios region of the Peruvian Amazon. Ninety species of mammals, ~600 species of bird, and ~150 species of reptile and amphibian seek refuge in its seemingly limitless expanses of towering rainforest trees. We can confidently say that

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June 2018

Anaconda and Short Eared Dog Research Expedition

June 8 - June 20


Our primary study subject will be the green anaconda (Eunectes murinus). For an apex predator that can easily outweigh a grown man, we still know very little about the anaconda. How many of them are there? How are they adapting to the rapid changes in Amazonia today? How big are they getting? But

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