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Getting Lost

Inspire Me

“Not all who wander are lost.” Tolkien understood that solitude wasn’t equated to loneliness and we have to agree. There is something refreshing about escaping into the wilderness and as such, we’ve included our favourite places to lose ourselves in nature (with an exceptional guide, of course).
 
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A Private Desert
Namibia gifts you the chance to leave everyday life behind and escape into extraordinary wildernesses. The vistas which await you in this private desert - from the red desert dunes of Damaraland to the sea lion dotted cliffs of the Skeleton Coast - are poignant reminders of the scale and beauty o...
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The Silk Road
The Silk Road crisscrossed Eurasia in ancient and medieval times, enabling the overland trade between China, Europe, and the Indian Subcontinent to flourish. Its ghosts live on in India’s architecture and culture, not to mention in its handicrafts and other goods in the bazaars.
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Hills and Mountains
From the vast snow topped ranges of the Himalayas in Ladakh, to the mountainous terrain and dense forests along the border with Myanmar, and stretching south to the rolling hills clad with spice plantations and tea estates in Kerala and Tamil Nadu, India’s natural topography is extraordinary.
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White Desert
White Desert’s Whichaway Camp is a unique Antarctic safari camp like nowhere else. The camp is surrounded by endless fields of snow and ice, rocky hills as old as time, and sleeping pods which would not look out of place on the moon.
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The Wild South
Journeysmiths are happiest where the wild things are. And in Tanzania, that’s in the remote south. Chimpanzee flourish in the Mahale Mountains, on the shore of Lake Tanganyika, while the vast Selous, Ruaha, and Katavi reserves are little visited, but exceptionally rich in game.
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Africa's Most Exclusive Safari
Nothing destroys the peace of a destination - or its environment - like big crowds of tourists. From the very beginning, Botswana has deliberately pursued a low volume, high value safari model, so you can enjoy the most exclusive of African safaris, far from the madding crowds.
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Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp
The Hoanib Valley is a truly unique environment, strikingly beautiful and remote. Staying at the Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp you will see the valley at its finest, and get close to the wonderful wildlife residing here.
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South Luangwa
Experts have dubbed South Luangwa one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. It is the birthplace of the walking safari, and with good reason. There really is no better way to discover the valley’s grasslands and ox-bow lagoons than on foot.
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Ruaha
The rewards for travelling to Ruaha – an almost inaccessible wilderness - are a pristine, hardly touched landscape, with baobab-studded hills, rocky escarpments, and superb wildlife. It’s one of the largest parks in Tanzania, but is a true wilderness, far from any hordes of tourists.