A young man and his business partner make health juices and alcoholic beverages out of sugar cane and local fruits and teach tourists about the properties of local plants.

A young man and his business partner make health juices and alcoholic beverages out of sugar cane and local fruits and teach tourists about the properties of local plants.

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 A great Kapok tree, known to be sacred to many indigenous people living in the jungles of Central and South America.

A great Kapok tree, known to be sacred to many indigenous people living in the jungles of Central and South America.

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Catch and Release
Catch and Release

Local conservationalists will catch an Anaconda to teach tourists about them. They keep the Anaconda for no more than 3 days before releasing it back into its natural habitat.

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 January 2014

January 2014

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 A young man and his business partner make health juices and alcoholic beverages out of sugar cane and local fruits and teach tourists about the properties of local plants.
Monkey Island_19.jpg
 A great Kapok tree, known to be sacred to many indigenous people living in the jungles of Central and South America.
Local Village_01.jpg
Local Village_08.jpg
Monkey Island_26.jpg
Catch and Release
Peru__28.jpg
Local Village_42.jpg
Peru__2.jpg
Peru__3.jpg
Peru__12.jpg
 January 2014
Peru__6.jpg
Peru__10.jpg
Peru__31.jpg
Peru__23.jpg
Peru__9.jpg
Peru__21-1.jpg

A young man and his business partner make health juices and alcoholic beverages out of sugar cane and local fruits and teach tourists about the properties of local plants.

A great Kapok tree, known to be sacred to many indigenous people living in the jungles of Central and South America.

Catch and Release

Local conservationalists will catch an Anaconda to teach tourists about them. They keep the Anaconda for no more than 3 days before releasing it back into its natural habitat.

January 2014

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