Colorful Cuzco

Cusco is located in the Andes Mountains and is the gateway city for visiting Machu Picchu. But don’t just visit the most famous Inca stronghold, hang around Cuzco for a bit and discover other archeological treasures, friendly people, and artisans at work. Don’t forget a visit to the Wildlife Center to see a rich diversity …

Baja

The Baja Peninsula is the perfect location to watch marine wildlife. Many marine mammals use the warm shallow waters to nurse their young. But Baja is also the place to watch amazing sunsets and explore the Sonoran Desert.

Emperor Penguins

The largest of all penguins, Emperor penguins survive the harsh environment of Antarctica during the frigid winters. When the ice begins to melt, the chicks make their way to the ocean and begin their life at sea.

Cheetahs

Cheetahs are the fastest land mammal. They usually are solitary hunters which make their species extremely vulnerable. The highest concentration of wild cheetahs is in Namibia, Africa.

Lions

One of the icons of Africa, lions are anything but lazy. They roam all night long and lounge during the day. Blending perfectly into the golden savannah, they can sometime be hard to spot.

Adelie Penguins

I think Adelie penguins are the most comical of all penguins. When you approach them they run around in circles trying to decide which way to go. They also love to steal pebbles from their neighbor’s nest.