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Sign of the Times in Nicaragua

Sign of the Times in Nicaragua

Since Trek began assisting the traveling shooter in 1973, we have prided ourselves on staying on top of the requirements for our members to be able to travel with their firearms. As you might imagine, this is not an easy task, as not only do country’s differ in their rules and regulations for receiving firearms, […]

Shark Diving South Africa with Trek Safaris

Shark Diving South Africa with Trek Safaris

It was with great excitement that my son and I headed out early in the morning from Mosaic Private Sanctuary Lodge in Hermanus to Gansbaai to experience our first Great White Shark dive. On arrival at Marine Dynamics we were immediately made to feel welcome. We enjoyed a breakfast and a briefing about our excursion. […]

Havana Rebounding After Hurricane Irma

Havana Rebounding After Hurricane Irma

Man, the tropics have been some kind of active this season! It seems records are being broken this year for all sorts of terrible statistics associated with these damn hurricanes. Our friends in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Eastern Caribbean, Texas, Florida and everywhere else affected by these storms are certainly in our thoughts and prayers. We […]

Bolivia Pigeon Season Wrap-up

Bolivia Pigeon Season Wrap-up

Trek’s inaugural season is in the books shooting with Mozo Vidal at his Pigeon Palace Lodge! We are happy to report a very successful first season with Mozo on a pigeon only program near the town of San Jose de Chiquitos in the Santa Cruz province of Bolivia. While this was Mozo’s seventh season operating […]

Onboard the Golden Eagle

Onboard the Golden Eagle

Waking in Juneau you immediately feel in awe of the majestic mountains surrounding you – this is Alaska! After a morning of browsing this quaint town, I headed down to the dock to find the Golden Eagle. Well, seeing this beautiful 100 ft vessel across from the large cruise ships filled me with total excitement. I knew […]

US DOT Approves Airline Routes to Cuba

US DOT Approves Airline Routes to Cuba

On June 14, 2016, the United State Department of Transportation approved routes for several US airlines, including American Airlines, Frontier, JetBlue, Silver, Southwest and Sun Country, to begin service to Cuba. This is another major step for US tourism into Cuba and eases even more of the limited ways to reach the island from the […]

Casa Vieja Lodge adds new 35′ foot Contenders

Casa Vieja Lodge adds new 35′ foot Contenders

Casa Vieja Lodge is proud to announce the addition of two “Casa Vieja Lodge” style custom 35’ ST Contenders to their fleet. Contender is respected as the leader in the center console market. These two 35’ ST Contenders will offer anglers the best in quality, reliability, fishability, performance, and comfort. Perfect for small groups (2-3 […]

New Lodge in Uruguay

New Lodge in Uruguay

Director of Hunting, Chris Adams, just returned from a week in Uruguay and has some excellent information on a new lodge near the town of Minas. La Bellaca is a pigeon and perdiz operation only 50 minutes from Montevideo and 30 minutes from Punta Del Este. Look for photos coming soon along with a possible […]

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