02-11 November, 2014
Chile is an important world supplier of wood products, and a leader in progressive forestry practices. A creative 1973 forest policy has resulted in extensive pine and eucalyptus plantations and a modern wood products industry.Read More
16-22 November, 2014
Chile is an important world supplier of wood products, and a leader in progressive forestry practices. A creative 1973 forest policy has resulted in extensive pine and eucalyptus plantations and a modern wood products industry exporting to the rest of the world. The government is now encouraging small scale forestry, habitat protection and native species enhancement.Read More
Anglatin’s philosophy is fulfilled when participants travel to other regions and destinations, and interact with their counterparts.
The exchange of professional ideas in information is not complete if participants don’t gain a good understanding of the region, country and culture. Therefore, we arrange social gatherings with hosts and take part in cultural activities.
This social interchange is also an effective forum for increasing mutual understanding and collaboration.
Within the European Union, Spain has become a major food and fiber provider to the rest of Europe. Our eleven day study tour to Spain includes the most important agricultural regions as well as the most important cultural and historical sites.
Our nine day tour of the North and South Islands gives you a comprehensive and informative exposure to rural life, commercial forestry, agriculture and the rich culture of New Zealand. Starting in beautiful Auckland and visiting Rotorua, the heart of Maori culture, thermal energy fields, mountain resorts and delightful country villages, our excursion is leisurely and comfortable.
Ukraine is well-known as the bread basket of Europe. The state flag of Ukraine (blue sky above the golden field of wheat) also symbolizes its commitment to agriculture. The communist system and the subsequent political / economic restructuring has presented huge challenges to farmers and agricultural enterprises. The transition to a market system is still in process and state agencies as well as private enterprises are still adapting.
Our nine day study tour to Argentina Begins in Buenos Aires, known as the Paris of South America, and features the Pampas, one of the most productive agricultural areas of the world. Our Buenos Aires city tour shows off the different neighborhoods, architecture and history of this cultural center.
The Pantanal is a largely untouched landscape along Brazil’s western border. The best time to visit it is from June through September when rare wildlife species are seen in abundance. Caiman Ecological Refuge is located four hours west of the city of Campo Grande.
Tour of Modern and Colonial Lima including the Plaza Mayor, the Government Palace, San Francisco Church, and visit to Larco Museum, which displays the finest gold and silver collection from Ancient Peru and the famous erotic archaeological colletion.