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All the Wild Places

Join us in the footsteps of history’s great explorers. With Journeysmiths you can comfortably visit our world’s most extraordinary and remote wild places in the company of expert guides.
 
We’ve gathered a few favourites below to whet your appetite. Trust us, going off the grid has never been so chic.
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Be Bold

We’re sensing, as we talk with you, that there’s a definite sense of wanting to make that next holiday a really exceptional experience. Of wanting to be “bold”. Maybe it’s driven by having been cooped up too long, or by a renewed appreciation of the wonders of the world out there. People are read...
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Hiking in Peru: Beyond the Inca Trail

Machu Picchu is arguably the most famous UNESCO World Heritage Site in South America. In normal times, tens of thousands of visitors each year reach its iconic location on foot, following the Inca Trail. But this is by no means the only remarkable journey you can take through the mountains of Per...
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5 Reasons to Visit Borneo

Borneo is rather special. The largest island in Asia, it belongs to three countries: Brunei, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The centre of evolution for thousands of endemic species, the island’s threatened rainforests are the last refuge not only for orangutan, but for Bornean elephant, eastern rhinoce...
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Why You Can't Miss the Masai Mara

The Masai Mara takes its name from the Maasai tribe whose ancestral savannah lands straddle the Kenyan-Tanzanian border. Here are just a few of the reasons you should make the Masai Mara your next destination in East Africa.
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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.
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Where to See the Northern Lights

Topping the bucket lists of almost everyone is seeing the aurora borealis, or northern lights, and it's rather easy to see why. These ethereal painted skies evoke indescribable emotions from the first time you see them through to every other time after that. On rare occasions you can see them fur...
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Exploring Ecuador's Andean Highlands

As you trek through the blankets of rainforest covering Ecuador's Andes mountains, you'll be dazzled as you watch hummingbirds flit from flower to flower. The cloud forests give way to volcanoes and stunning valley views, the snow capped peaks reflected in the crystalline blue lakes. Culture enth...
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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. Renowned for its wild...
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Our expert travel designers are constantly uncovering new ways for you to enjoy the wonders of our world. We hope that you’ll find some of the following irresistible.

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In a year like no other, 2020 had many of us unexpectedly press pause on our bucket lists. While it hasn’t been without its frustrations, it has given us a chance to step back and reflect on our lives and values. It has also given us an opportunity to dream of the future and plan ahead.

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Who doesn’t have a twinge of nostalgia for childhood summertime holidays on the coast. You know, chucking it down day-after-day, boulders rather than sand, and when the sun finally appeared it was shoulder to suncream-smeared shoulder on the beach. No? Us neither.

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We understand that now more than ever, you need to feel confident that when you book a holiday with us your money is secure and that, should the unexpected happen, we will be flexible.

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Travelling Well

Travel to the world’s fragile places should benefit the habitats, the wildlife and the people who live there. We call this “Travelling Well” and it is a feature of every trip we arrange.