Is it possible to combine travelling and sustainability? At Sapa Pana Travel, we are convinced that it can be done. At least from our end we do everything we can to make sure your ecological footprint is as small as possible.
Where you are going, we have been. We share all our beautiful experiences with you, so you can get inspired for a beautiful trip to Latin-America.
A unique story about an unforgettable journey to Patagonia and Antarctica. But also about the consequences of climate change and how it has an impact on a fragile ecosystem such as that of the South Pole.
Visiting Maccu Picchu is an incredible experience that lets you enjoy its views, history, rich cultural beauty and architecture. This abandoned city is surrounded by unique and breathtaking nature which undoubtedly adds even more value to your visit.
When I arrive at the waterfalls, I see that I am really the only one. I have this impressive natural spectacle all to myself. It almost feels like a magical experience.
The Barraco Lodge is located right next to the picturesque lake Tagua Tagua, in the northern parts of Chile’s Patagonia. You can discover the surroundings in an adventurous way and spend the nights in cosy lodges, that will make you feel at home.
One of Panama’s highlights is to hike to the top of the volcano called Barú, which marks the highest point of the country. Seeing the sunrise above the clouds is a truly memorable experience.
This week I was captivated by the article 'Fragile Paradise' in the February issue of National Geographic. This article is about the successful Osa Conservation programme in Costa Rica. Once again,I realised the importance of sustainable travel.
Since this year, we are working with the Black Jaguar Foundation to offset the carbon footprint of our business and all our travel.
The Yucatán Peninsula in south-eastern Mexico is a unique place. You will find archaeological sites and historical cities. In this blog, we will show you what to do in Yucatán.