Along with the man-made monuments and natural wonders, the endemic wildlife of a region are truly special. Sustainable tourism ensures that the people and places we visit benefit directly from tourism.

The Great Wildebeest Migration begins in Kenya

The annual wildebeest migration, a natural phenomenon which sees around 1.5 million wildebeest on the move in East Africa, has begun in Kenya as the herds move northwards after crossing the Mara River. A spectacular natural wonder, the migration takes … Continue reading

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Top 5 Hidden Gems of India

Everyone’s heard of India’s star attractions, but there are some delightful spots beyond the shadow of the Taj Mahal that deserve just as much attention. Here’s a list of 5 must-see sites to see when you’re visiting the sub-continent and … Continue reading

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Top 10 tips for travellers to India’s tiger reserves.

By Julian Matthews.  The Indian continent is recognised as one of the true natural wonders of the world. Travellers have been travelling to India for centuries to marvel at its astounding landscapes and mega biodiversity, a feast of charismatic animals, … Continue reading

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Daphne Sheldrick due to release her autobiography

Dame Daphne Sheldrick, acclaimed worldwide as the first person to have successfully hand-reared newborn elephants and who founded The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, is launching her autobiography on 1st March 2012. Entitled An African Love Story: Love, Life … Continue reading

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Sun, sea and salsa – on tour in South America.

Marcin Prymier recently travelled to South America with us, and here he shares some of his most memorable moments. Before I even arrived I knew it that will be amazing trip! This is Itaipu Lake, on the border between Brazil … Continue reading

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Down Africa Way: 33 day African adventure from Nairobi to Johannesburg

Jamie Wright is based in London and has travelled to no fewer than 25 countries in the last 4 years, with a vast collection of imagery collected along the way. He recently went on a safari with us in Africa … Continue reading

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Video of the Week: Flying Rhinos

Moving a bad-tempered animal that weighs up to 1400 kg is no easy feat. Moving 19 of them 1500 kilometres is pretty damn remarkable. Managing the black rhino populations in Africa has become a serious concern for conservationists, as poaching … Continue reading

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Tracking the Big 5 in the Serengeti

Within minutes of entering the Serengeti National Park we came across a large collection of rocks with a family of lions! This time Mufasa was in the house. It looked like a scene out of the Lion King! One of the lionesses … Continue reading

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Welcome to the jungle: wild adventures in Africa

Sally is travelling across Africa at the moment, much like our competition winners Katie and Evan. Read about her adventures here, and stay tuned for more. This is the first chance I have had on a computer to send you … Continue reading

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On safari in the Ngorongoro Crater & Serengeti National Park

Our African safari was amazing. When we started our drive down into the Ngorongoro Crater it was early in the morning and absolutely freezing. We were all bundled up in the truck in our sleeping bags. If you do sign up and find yourself … Continue reading

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