Tour Operator
Costa Rica

Milenlli leads tours around the Central Pacific area of Costa Rica including Manuel Antonio National Park. She specializes in mangrove trips to see Silky Anteaters (perhaps the only reliable way to see this species), 10 species of bats in the Damas Caves and more.


I am a Brazilian wildlife guide with 20 years experience leading tours and have organised trips for many professional photographers, and contributors to  I guide private, customized, and group tours across Brazil as well as Chile and Argentina and specialise in mammals, general wildlife and photography but also lead birding tours. My trips are designed and organized in partnership with local operators to ensure that clients receive the best service and travel experiences. Itineraries include trips to see many of the endemic primates of the Atlantic Rainforest and Southern Amazon in addition to much sought after species such as Jaguar, Ocelot, Giant Armadillo, Giant Anteater, Giant Otter, Maned Wolf, Brazilian Tapir, and many others.

See also In the Field: Bird Guiding in Brazil and beyond with Regina Ribeiro — Bryony Angell

Wild About Columbia

Wild About Colombia is owned and operated by Claudia and Rob – a Colombian/British partnership based just outside Colombia’s capital city of Bogotá (near amazing Andean Bear habitat). Together they’ve pioneered and operate a range of exciting and expertly led mammal watching tours throughout Colombia, including customized (tailor-made) trips and small group departures.

Over the years Wild About Colombia has gained a reputation for offering expertly guided and logistically precise tours that ensure their valued clients enjoy quality time in search of incredible mammals. Over 20 species of primates (many of which are endemic to Colombia, such as Ornate Titi, Silvery-brown Bare-faced Tamarin and Cotton-top Tamarin), Andean (Spectacled) Bear, Jaguar, Giant Anteater, Mountain Tapir, Western Mountain Coati … these are just some of the iconic mammals that Wild About Colombia have reliable locations for, not to mention more exciting smaller species!

Do get in touch to find out more and to find out about new locations that they’re currently exploring!