Tag: Jungle


Kakum National Park is situated in the Central Region of Ghana, it covers an area of about 375 square kilometers. It was first established as a reserve back in 1931, but only in 1992, it became a national park.


This place is located in the jungle-covered cone of an eroded volcano where tourists can go mountain gorilla trekking. Just 45 minutes drive from Hilo Airport or 2 hours from Kona Airport, this park is famous for its two active volcanoes: Kīlauea and Mauna Loa.


Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve in Peru is one of those places where tourists can cruise down the river on the board of riverboat Amatista. The riverboat is led by a specialist guide that will offer detailed information on the visited area and answer all questions.


This place is luxurious accommodation right in the middle of ian Ecuador, and here you can explore the surrounding lake, creeks and entire jungle on foot. You can also take a dugout canoe which is led by a native local person and a native English naturalist.


Rainforest Conservation Center is the perfect place for spotting endangered species like giant river otters, black spider monkeys, and white-lipped peccaries. The species you can see don’t end there, imagine meeting a tree frog, armadillo or even exotic birds like tanagers, antbirds, or puffbirds – they all wait to be discovered and admired.


Colombia’s pearl is the Lost City situated in the Sierra Nevada mountains in northern Colombia. Here the Tairona people have dominated the land for thousands of years, but it all ended once the Spanish colonists came.


Tortuguero National Park is a remote coastal town accessible only by boat or a small plane. This place is filled with canals, beaches, and jungles that are just waiting to be explored and d by tourists from all over the world.


Cinquera Rain Forest Park is situated in San Salvador, and it sums up what makes a jungle adventure memorable. There are multiple tours, and at least one is held in English. What makes this park memorable is the Ranger Rafael who is a guerilla fighter during the civil war, and this guy has plenty of incredible stories.


People can experience all that Panama has to offer on an organized trip where they can both see the beauty of the woods and enjoy a quality meal and a wide variety of activities. One place tourists to see is Gatun Lake through the Panama Canal. Here they have the opportunity to see large mammals, amphibian bird’s, and reptile species.