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Eco Tourism Holidays in South America

On approach ... an orca prepares to make a kill.

Argentina

Rituals of the whales

Andrew Bain waits on a deserted beach for one of nature's most savage sights.

Ecuador

Silver lining in the cloud

Ecuador, Mashpi eco lodge.

A new eco-lodge stay offers Lydia Bell a window to one of the world's most dramatic rainforests.

Costa Rica

Cute overload: the sloth sanctuary

Sloth sanctuary

Life is sweet once the gates open at Costa Rica's sloth sanctuary, one of few in the world specialising in the study of these famously sedentary and solitary mammals.

Galapagos Islands

In Grace's wake

Galapagos island.

Aboard a yacht fit for a princess, Ute Junker finds the access to wildlife as exclusive as royalty could ever want.

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