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Expeditions & Tours

Amphibian Conservation 11 Days

Group Size: 12 BOOKING NOW!
Departure Date: 8 July 2019
Contribution: £1,980 (Early bird £1,440) exc.flights

Sea Turtle Conservation 9 Days

Group Size: 12 BOOKING NOW!
Departure Date: 19 July 2019
Contribution: £1,980 (Early bird £1,440) exc.flights

Nature Tour 13 Days

Group Size: 12 BOOKING NOW!
Departure Date: 6 September 2019
Contribution: £POA exc.flights

Amphibian Expedition 11 Days

Group Size: 12
Departure Date: 23 September 2019
Contribution: £1,980 exc.flights

Indigo Conservation

Conservation is at the heart of everything we do. Our expeditions and nature tours contribute directly to wildlife conservation projects.

At Indigo Expeditions we believe in supporting projects that have long lasting positive effects on wildlife and local communities. By participating on our expeditions you will help to safeguard endangered wildlife populations for future generations. By working together we can make positive change happen.

The only way for life to be sustained is by reconnecting with nature‘ – Sandra Ingerman

Be still.. and listen. On our expeditions and nature tours, being quiet and respectful in nature offers the opportunity for wildlife to come to us and for nature to reveal its secrets. In the stillness the forest comes alive and each rustle of a leaf, each movement in the trees, is a wildlife moment waiting to happen.

Nature itself offers a powerful doorway into the invisible realms‘ – Sandra Ingerman

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Discover Guatemala

Land of the Maya, Guatemala is a small and beautifully diverse country in Central America.  Over half of the inhabitants are of direct Mayan ancestry, the majority of which live in the highland regions of the country.

This rich culture is a reflection of Guatemala’s diverse landscapes and habitats, that range from volcanic mountain ranges to lowland rainforest, and coastal mangrove swamps to deserts. These diverse habitats are home to an amazing 1246 species of animals and 8682 species of plants.

One of Guatemala’s biggest exports is the famous coffee that is grown throughout the mountainous regions of the country. Another export, cacao often made into chocolate, was considered a sacred plant and was so important to the Mayans that at certain points in their history the beans were considered currency. References to hot chocolate date back to around 900AD from Mayan inscriptions.

Guatemala is not as well travelled as many of its Central American neighbours, such as Belize and Costa Rica. Being off the beaten track, it is ripe for exploration and discovery by the intrepid traveller.

Indigo on Film

A film crew explored the Laguna del Tigre National Park following the life of biologist Rowland Griffin as he carried out conservation work. Follow his journey in this stunning film by Patly Productions.

Meet Rowland

Rowland Griffin is a biologist, specialising in reptiles and amphibians. A dedicated explorer he has found a passion for biodiversity in Guatemala where he leads conservation expeditions and nature tours. That’s when he is not exploring the jungles for that elusive reptile!

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Explore with Indigo and connect with nature. Our conservation expeditions are designed for nature lovers like you!

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Field notes

Salamander extravaganza in Guatemala

Salamanders of Guatemala There are around 50 species of salamander found in Guatemala and they all belong to a family called the Plethodontidae, also known as the lungless salamanders. Having no lungs, they breathe by absorbing oxygen through their skin and mouth...

Saving the spikethumb frog of Alta Verapaz

Spikethumb frog of Guatemala Plectrohyla teuchestes is one of the most endangered frogs in Central America. Until recently, it was known only from one location in Guatemala. In 2015 it was found on an Indigo Expedition some 40km away from original sightings, in the...

Heads in the clouds in the Highlands of Alta Verapaz

Heads in the clouds In June 2014 we set off on an exploratory visit to a unique location in the Alta Verapaz mountain range; around 20 km from Coban. Located in the Chicchen valley the area consists of a beautiful mix of pine /oak forest, pure cloud forest and...

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