Al Davis shares stories and pictures of the animals, people, and places he has experienced during his travels through Latin America. His adventures include: searching for jaguars in Gran Chaco National Park in Bolivia; introducing you to the wildlife in the Galapagos and Ecuador; and experiencing the largest waterfall in the world at Iguazu Falls in Argentina and Brazil. Davis also shares a story about getting shot in Columbia. His travelogue is always informative and entertaining!

Al Davis has traveled to 92 countries and has slept on all seven continents. He was trained in computer science and has a PhD from the University of Illinois. In addition to a long corporate career, he held academic positions at the University of Colorado and in Indonesia, Nigeria, Spain, and South Africa. Davis has published 100+ articles, lectured 2,000+ times in 28 countries, and is the author of nine books.