Adventure Life Trips Emerge as Top Travel Destinations for 2013

Nicaragua,The Falkland Islands, Mexico, Bolivia and Colombia all named "places to go in 2013". For more information, call Adventure Life at 800-344-6118.

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Fly from either Lima, Peru, or Santiago, Chile, and spend five days discovering the ancient history and traditions of Easter Island.

Many of the popular and emerging destinations of 2013 are places we’ve been sending our travelers for nearly 15 years.

Missoula, MT (PRWEB) January 18, 2013

Several Latin American countries visited by the award-winning travel company Adventure Life have been named as hot travel destinations for 2013. The “New York Times 46 Places to Go in 2013”, “Fodor’s 2013 Go List”, “Lonely Planet Best in Travel 2013”, “CNN Top Destinations”, and “National Geographic Best Trips 2013” all recommend Latin American travel destinations, such as Nicaragua, The Falkland Islands, Colombia, and Ecuador as places to go in 2013. Adventure Life has specialized in private journeys, small group tours, and expedition cruises throughout the world since 1999. For more information on places to go in 2013, visit http://www.adventure-life.com/ or call 800-344-6118.

“Many of the popular and emerging destinations of 2013 are places we’ve been sending our travelers for nearly 15 years,” said Adventure Life General Manager Jonathan Brunger. “Ecuador, Bolivia, Nicaragua and The Falkland Islands are some of our bread and butter tours.”

The annual “New York Times 46 Places to Go” article, always one of the most popular travel write-ups of the year, cites Adventure Life destinations of Nicaragua, The Falkland Islands, The Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, and Rio de Janeiro as top travel spots for 2013. Adventure Life offers Nicaragua tours that explore cloudforests, artisan markets, ecolodges, and old colonial cities. They also have Nicaragua multisport tours with biking, kayaking and zip-lining. A three city tour of Santiago, Buenos Aires, and Rio de Janeiro is a popular option for travelers who want to take in the sights, sounds, food, and culture of these unique locales. Tours to The Falkland Islands have long been popular for wildlife enthusiasts, offering opportunities to view five penguin species, elephant seals, sea lions, sea birds, dolphins and orcas.

“Our Yucatan, Mexico tour is a new addition that includes a fascinating blend of pristine beaches, turquoise blue water, spectacular nature, and ruins of ancient civilizations,” said Brunger.

Fodor’s named Easter Island as one of its “25 Places to go in 2013”. Adventure Life offers an Easter Island tour that spends five days discovering the ancient history and traditions of the mysterious island. With the recent opening of several new flight routes from Lima, Peru, and Santiago, Chile, there's never been a better time to visit. Tapati Rapa Nui, a colorful festival of native music and dance, takes place on the island during the first two weeks of February. Another great Chile tour, the Chiloé Island Adventure, offers biking through villages, kayaking with sea life near Spanish batteries, and hiking remote stretches of beach where penguins nest.

Colombia, named as one of CNN’s Top travel destinations for 2013, is the newest addition for Adventure Life. A diverse country with an assortment attractive travel options and a newly devoted emphasis on tourism, it possesses all of the qualities that attract travelers to Latin America: The Andes, the Amazon, Caribbean beaches, the Pacific Coast, colonial cities, archaeological ruins, trekking, multisport adventures, wildlife, colorful festivals, and most importantly, gracious hosts. One of the most unique Colombia tours being offered is a six-day mountain biking tour through multiple ecosystems, from the high Andes to the lowland tropics.

For more information on Adventure Life or places to go in 2013, call 800-344-6118.

About Adventure Life:

Adventure Life was founded in 1999 with a commitment to providing quality small group tours that have a positive impact on the local culture and environment. With more than 100 adventures in South and Central America, Adventure Life’s trips explore local culture, ecology and life from remote villages, to bustling city markets, to the wildest jungles and mountains. The company’s grassroots approach to travel utilizes local guides, family run hotels, and the local transportation infrastructure. Adventure Life is headquartered in Missoula, Montana, U.S.A, with partners throughout South and Central America. Adventure Life also offers the broadest selection of specialized expedition cruise services to the world’s most remote destinations. For more information visit Adventure Life on Facebook.