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Spotting snow leopard in the Himalayas
The snow leopard is one of the most beautiful - yet elusive - creatures on the planet. Stealing through the highest reaches of the mountains like a shadow, they are notoriously hard to track, and their camouflage is such that they often slip by unseen, sometimes only metres away.
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Inspiration Odyssey: Chile
Stretching 2400km, from the arid Atacama Desert in the north to the alpine tundra of Patagonia in the far south, Chile is the spine of South America. Here almost every possible geographic feature is squeezed impressively into an undulating ribbon of land less than 200km wide, ...
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Why you can't miss the Masai Mara
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop, our primary concern is the safety and well-being of our clients, partners and team members. Each holiday we arrange is uniquely designed to appreciate our clients’ individuality and we are approaching this situation the same way.
Discover the Pantanal
Discover the Pantanal
The Pantanal is the world’s largest freshwater wetland. Covering some 68,000 square miles, it is more than 20 times the size of Florida’s Everglades. This tropical wilderness, most of which is located in Brazil, is seasonally flooded by the tributaries of the Paraguay River. R...
Africa's Best Family Safaris
Africa's Best Family Safaris
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The Wildlife of Deepest Darkest Peru
The Wildlife of Deepest Darkest Peru
Peru’s most famous national is, without doubt, Paddington Bear, whose origins in deepest, darkest Peru (and love of marmalade sandwiches) are familiar to us all. But what of the real wildlife of Peru? What kind of creatures actually live in the Amazon Basin, Colca Canyon, Lake...
Whale watching hotspots
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Breakfast with a Giraffe
Breakfast with a Giraffe
Never mind The Tiger Who Came to Tea: what about the giraffe who came to breakfast? When you stay at Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, characters familiar from the page of a children’s book come to life, walk across the lawns, and stick their heads through the windows to steal your cr...
The world’s best railway journeys
The world’s best railway journeys
The Railway Children. Murder on the Orient Express. Even Paddington Bear - there’s good reason that railway journeys have inspired generations of writers, and that an epic adventure by train makes it high onto many people’s bucket lists.
Plentiful penguins in precious places
Plentiful penguins in precious places
Did you know that 20 January is Penguin Awareness Day? This unofficial holiday is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate one of the world’s most popular birds and, at the same time, to reflect on the conservation challenges they face.
Best island getaways for 2019
Best island getaways for 2019
What is it about islands which captures the imagination? It isn’t just tropical islands fringed with palm trees which enthrall us, but also rocky outcrops busy with birds, biodiverse archipelagos, and even islands cut off from the land by rivers. Perhaps it is the watery surro...