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Seven Worlds, One Planet - where was it filmed?

'Seven Worlds, One Planet' hosted by Sir David Attenborough first aired Sunday 27 October 2019 at 6.15pm on BBC1. Each episode of the seven-part series focusses on a different continent and launched with Antarctica. The series was four years in the making and set out to showcase the true character... Read more»

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Nicaragua - Last Frontiers introduces new laidback luxury itinerary

Nicaragua has quietly been watching its Central American neighbours develop tourism. Neighbouring Costa Rica has led the way with a batch of new openings it is now time for quieter Nicaragua to pick up some visitors. Colonial towns, national parks, volcanos, beaches, surf and marine life abound with... Read more»

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Easter holidays 2017 - a collection of 18 day itineraries from Last Frontiers

For just 9 days leave you can head to Latin America for an epic 18 day Last Frontiers adventure, maximising on time out of the office and making the most of the rare opportunity to spend 18 days away over the Easter break. Departing Good Friday (14 April) you won’t need to be back at your desk until... Read more»

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Nicaragua recommended reading

Here is a selection of books we recommend relating to Nicaragua: A moving account of Salman Rushdie's journey through Nicaragua, a country coming to grips with years of bloodshed and civil war. Some other books worth looking out for are: Nicaragua Handbook or Central America Handbook - Footprint... Read more»

Posted in: Guide books, Travel books, Novels
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Stephen Fry in Central America

Stephen Fry travels through Central America in ITV's new 4 part series. He journeys overland from northern Mexico down to the Colombian border in Panama, learning about the people, places wildlife and history of the Central American isthmus. In the first episode, Stephen begins his journey at the bo... Read more»

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Spring Newsletter April 2014

Welcome to our spring round-up of Latin America news and staff travel. In this issue: Office news | Last Frontiers' Top Three: Short cruises | Sue in Central America | Claire in Uruguay Office news Welcome back to Sue, who after breaking her leg badly (skiing, sadly not down a devilish black slop... Read more»

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Sue explores El Salvador and Nicaragua

When the opportunity arose to visit two little-visited countries in Central America, El Salvador and Nicaragua, I jumped at it and returned full of enthusiasm and positive feedback. El Salvador is tiny (about the size of Wales) but with plenty of variety - ancient archaeological ruins, mountains, ra... Read more»

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Jill explores beaches and jungles of Central America

I travelled through Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama on a wonderful trip that combined adventure and stunning scenery with luxurious hotels and gourmet dining experiences. Costa Rica is an impressive country for wildlife, and my first stop was the Osa Peninsula in the south. Staying in Lapa Rios lod... Read more»

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