Top 7 sustainable travel experiences

By Tom Marchant on Feb 20, 2018 in Adventure Travel, Asia, Brazil, Central America, Costa Rica, Europe, Maldives, Regions, South Africa, South America, Speciality Travel, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Tanzania, United Kingdom, Western Europe, Zimbabwe The ethos of sustainable travel has made leaps and strides over the last couple of years. With travellers’ becoming more interested…

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Top 5 luxury safari properties for solo travellers

By Julian Carter-Manning on May 14, 2018 in Accommodation, Adventure Travel, Africa, Botswana, Kenya, Regions, Resorts, South Africa, Speciality Travel, Tanzania, Zambia Shares 160 An African safari may be a daunting prospect for a solo traveller, but there are lots of reasons why it could be the perfect choice if you are single and adventurous.…

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5 fabulous experiences in Boise, Idaho

Boise, the capitol of Idaho, is a fast growing city that has the pulse of a sophisticated metropolis and the heart of a small town. People are open and friendly, things move at a relaxed pace, and the town is full of surprises. From white water river rafting, to cycling on the famous Boise River…

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Top 5 desert properties in Namibia

As we enter the summer period in the Western Hemisphere, Namibia is doing the opposite, because June in Safari Africa means the start of winter. This marks the perfect time to visit the desert, as visitors can avoid the scorching heat often experienced at the height of the summer months. Namibia is in its dry…

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How to Stop Making Excuses

Note: Six months ago, I read Ramit’s “Manifesto for 2018” and got inspired. I ended up cranking this out. Remember New Year’s? When you were going to lose weight, drink less, read more, save more, cook more, and maybe ride a unicorn (hey, anything is possible!)? But deep down you — and I — knew…

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The 5 most photographed sites in Galapagos

While most people consider Galapagos as a wildlife photographer’s paradise (they are not wrong), the islands also offer a wide variety of striking land and seascapes.   Born of fire, the archipelago consists of over 100 islands and islets formed by regular volcanic eruptions over the past 5 million years.   The newest islands to the west…

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