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Join us for a Latin America Open Day on Friday, 7th October!

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Please do join us on 7th October to talk about your wildlife travel plans to Latin and South America. Appointments are available throughout the day with our Operations Managers (listed below, together with their areas of expertise), and for those able to join us in the evening we’ll be offering a programme of illustrated 20-minute talks.

Illustrated talks:

18:00     Antarctica (Paul Stanbury)
18:30     Galápagos Islands (Andy Tucker)
19:00     Brazil (Dan Free)
19:30     Costa Rica (Paul Stanbury)
20:00     Chile (Dan Free)

Appointments available throughout the day:

Andy Tucker (Belize, Honduras, Panama, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador & Galápagos, Bolivia, Puerto Rico)
Paul Stanbury (Costa Rica, Antarctica, Mexico, Baja California)
Dan Free (St Lucia, Brazil, Chile, Argentina)
Tom Mabbett (Guyana, Dominican Republic, Jamaica)
Robin Smith (Tailormade Holidays)

Please contact Georgie Head (01962 733051) or to reserve your place at one or more of the talks, or to book a relaxed chat with one of our Operations Managers.

Throughout the day and evening we’ll be serving coffee from Colombia and we will also have a selection of wines for you to try from Argentina and Chile. Why not make a day (or even weekend) of it and have a meal in a recommended local pub or visit some local places of interest? Chawton Cottage, where Jane Austen lived for the last eight years of her short life, is a popular tourist attraction that is open to the public year-round. The magnificent Elizabethan manor, Chawton House, the former home of Jane Austen's brother, is now a museum of women's literature and is also open to the public, together with its gardens. Both are just a short walk from our office at Mingledown Barn.

A few miles away lies the village of Selborne, made famous through the writings of its curate in the late 18th century, the Reverend Gilbert White, the founding father of natural history studies in Britain with his Natural History of Selborne. He created the famous 'zig-zag' walk up the Hanger, a striking escarpment supporting a woodland of towering Beech trees that can be seen from Mingledown Barn.

There is a range of bed & breakfast and hotel accommodation nearby, so, should you wish to stay longer to explore the area, we would be pleased to arrange accommodation for you.