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Marko Lenac, Croatia
  Marko Lenac, Croatia
 

"Why visit Uruguay/Felipe?

If you love cichlids and wild nature you have a LOT of reasons to visit Felipe. There is no place where you will easier find new undescribed cichlid species. Of course only if your guide is Felipe. He makes it all so easy, knowing the right places, fish habits and catching methods. His experience is priceless. More than once happened that I was fishing at one spot without getting the fishes I wanted, but Felipe would tell me to move for some 5-10 metars and I had full nets of my bellowed!

Except cichlids i admired hundreds of other fishes, honey birds, bats, parrots, nandu, turtles, spiders, lizards, snakes and many others (except armadillos). It is unforgettable to me. There was at the same time relaxing and interesting in every minute. Great success!

Before leaving for Uruguay everyone where telling me bad things about South America, but after being for 10 days in Uruguay from the most remote places to the capital city I can only say that Europe is dangerous. The people is exceptionally friendly.

For me Felipe stays for Uruguay and vice versa. There are only two things impossible about going to Felipe. First, not to gain at least 2 kilograms (the food is incredible) and the second, it is impossible to go in Uruguay just once, twice..."

 

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