South America / Antarctica

South America

The highest desert, the largest river.  South America is rich in people and resources.  

Amazon River

Experience the second longest river in the world, the Amazon River! It is home to massive fish, snakes, crocodiles and river sharks and also different cultures, as it runs through nine different South America countries!

Machu Picchu

Built in the 15th century, Michu Picchu is famous and endowed for it’s sophisticated dry stone walls, built with precision and accuracy, also for it’s history regarding the Inca civilization.

Iguazu Falls

The largest water fall in the world, the Iguaza falls of the Iguazu river make the border of Argentina and Brazil. With an elevation of 640 feet and 275 drops which the water flows down, these falls are truly a sight to behold!


The most remote of continents.  The least impacted by man.

Kayaking with Wildlife

Imagine glassy surfaces, clear waters, wildlife swimming underneath your kayak and getting closer than you’ve ever imagined. This is what you’ll experience while kayaking in Antarctica.

Zodiac Among the Icebergs

Are you one you loves to photograph incredible fights that few could say they’ve captured? Embarking on a zodiac boat touring icebergs in Antarctica would give you the perfect opportunity and will give you bragging rights for life!

Snowshoe the Bottom Continent

Snowshoeing Antarctica is a unique, epic adventure that few can say they’ve done, exploring the continent in this manner will give you the chance to get up close and personal with land that very few will encounter in their lives!

Tina Kape – Travel Specialist and Owner
Jim Kape – Media Services and Owner
Lifetime Treasures – Travel and Adventure