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OTG Team

About OTG Team

We're an international team of travellers - based all over the world - London, Brisbane, Vancouver, New York, Johannesburg, Cairo, Auckland, Sydney .... and a few more! We're English, Australian, Indian, Canadian, Polish, Czech, South African and New Zealanders too .... And we travel the world - a lot! Be it for work, pleasure - or often both - our collective travel experiences are extensive ... and through our blog, we are now able to share all our adventures and insights with you. We hope you enjoy our posts!

Video of the Week – 255 days around the world

  How do you tell a story that spans 255 days in just three minutes? A story that has taken you half way around the world, that has allowed you to experience new cultures, meet new people and see incredible … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – Elephant Lodge Safari

  Looking for a holiday that combines exciting wildlife spotting, spectacular scenery and the chance to try out oodles of adrenaline-filled activities, while staying in stunning accommodation? Having recently returned from travelling on our 7 day Elephant Lodge Safari in Southern Africa, our very own … Continue reading

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Into the Amazon

  Encompassing 1.4 billion acres and spread across nine nations, the Amazon is the largest tropical rainforest in the world. With unparalleled biodiversity, rich waterways and indigenous settlements, it cannot fail to inspire. Here is our pick of the best … Continue reading

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Video of the Week – Bangkok Street Food

  There is so much more to Thailand than palm-fringed beaches, ancient temples and friendly hill tribes, for in the city adventurous foodies will find respite in its fragrant and delicious street food. Around every corner you are bound to find … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – Hanoi to the Mekong

  Our very own Rachel Armstrong recently returned from Southeast Asia after travelling on our 9 day Very Vietnam tour, journeying from Hanoi in the north to the Mekong Delta in the south taking in the key highlights along the way. In … Continue reading

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Manes, stripes and spots!

  Whether you are going in search of manes, stripes or spots, here is our pick of the best places around the globe to catch a glimpse of the world’s three favourite big cats. From the plains of the Serengeti in Africa … Continue reading

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Video of the Week – All about Tanzania

  This week we are dreaming of Africa, with its outstanding natural beauty, wonderful wildlife and diverse culture and people. For many, the East African country of Tanzania is the best on the continent for embarking on a thrilling wildlife … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – Safari Safari

  Spot strips, spots and manes in the African bush, witness Masai Warriors cloaked in red performing the traditional jumping dance, come eye to eye with a majestic silverback gorilla and experience bird’s eye views of endless barren plains in … Continue reading

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Extra time in…Victoria Falls

  Whether you find yourself in Victoria Falls at the start or end of your overland safari through East or Southern Africa, why not take advantage of all this incredible location has to offer. Whether you are an adventure seeker … Continue reading

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Video of the Week – Inspired by China

  As a country of bold contrasts and striking juxtapositions, China is an intriguing place to explore with something different waiting around every corner and this week’s video pick demonstrates just that.  From incense burning and red lanterns swaying in … Continue reading

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