• Where Wild Things Roam launch conservation tours
    Where Wild Things Roam launch conservation tours
    Where Wild Things Roam have launched a Travel platform offering unique tours that provide travellers with an opportunity to engage in conservation and give something back when travelling.
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  • Rwanda is getting conservation travel right
    Rwanda is getting conservation travel right
    Rwanda has a strong focus on conservation – and so they should, protecting some of the last remaining mountain gorillas in the world that reside in the country.
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  • Roam underwater with Tonga's humpback whales
    Roam underwater with Tonga's humpback whales
    There are few wildlife encounters that allow you to get this up close and personal, while maintaining a respect for the animal and their environment, but in Tonga, they have found a way to peacefully interact with the whales with minimum impact.
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  • Roaming with Rhino for conservation
    Roaming with Rhino for conservation
    It’s a cold morning in Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa, and despite the fact I couldn’t feel my fingers and toes in the chill, the adrenalin was pumping through my veins.
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  • The Wilderness Calls Tips For First Time Campers
    The Wilderness Calls Tips For First Time Campers
    If you can feel the pull of a night spent under the stars, here are some planning tips for your first camping trip to help you enjoy all that nature has to offer.
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  • Tips for river crossings in 4WD
    Tips for river crossings in 4WD
    No matter where you 4WD, there are inherent risks involved. But with common sense, the right equipment and some luck, most of us will never get stuck out in nowhere with no solution.
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  • One on One with WildArk Founder
    One on One with WildArk Founder
    We caught up with Mark Hutchinson, WildArk founder, to have a chat about all the amazing work they are doing.
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Designed for a life on the move, the Goal Zero Sherpa 100PD Power Bank is the perfect all-round portable power source to keep your gadgets going and going. On the plane or in the wild, the Sherpa 100PD gives you fast and more flexible charging capabilities when you need it the most. At 60W each, […]

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Luxury expeditions company PONANT is reinforcing its efforts to champion sustainable tourism with the creation of the Ponant Foundation to support projects focused on research, raising awareness or conservation to help protect the oceans, the polar regions and indigenous populations. To mark World Oceans Day, PONANT is announcing the launch of its Foundation*. In addition […]

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Laos, a country traversed by the Mekong River and mountainous terrain, is affectionately known as the Kingdom of a Million Elephants. Centuries ago, the kingdom that made up much of modern-day Laos was called Lan Xang, which translates to “Land of a Million Elephants.” These days however, the number is far from the million, with […]

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Today, countries around the world will celebrate World Environment Day, the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment. Since it began in 1974, the event has grown to become a global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated in over 100 countries. The theme Each World Environment Day […]

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Adventure travel specialist, World Expeditions is one of three companies short-listed by the Queensland Government to develop a concept for a high-quality, eco-tourism product on the Cooloola Trail, near Noosa. World Expeditions’ successful submission for the proposed Cooloola development drew heavily on a similar eco-campsite concept it developed on the Northern Territory’s Larapinta Trail. According […]

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Designed for pure performance, the durable Suunto 5 offers long battery life and a host of functions in a slim and comfortable body. Decades of working with athletes and outdoor adventurers has exposed Suunto to the beauty of being “in the flow,” where everything else fades and people perform at their best. Simple, uncomplicated and […]

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Given the Galapagos is a hot spot for adventure, wildlife and cruise lovers, Quasar Expeditions, the pioneers of small yacht cruising in the region, has shared their top tips and reasons for visiting the islands in the fall. Less Crowds, More Relaxation For travellers who enjoy the luxury of space, and the opportunity to soak […]

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In partnership with Fauna & Flora International (FFI), Liquid Telecom and Arm, and supported with initial funds from The Royal Foundation, Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya has opened a Conservation Tech Lab to research, test support and develop new technology-based solutions to conservation-challenges around the world. The Technology lab aims to be a world-leading collaborative […]

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From kayaking with orcas off Vancouver Island to cycling the ‘Rum Runners Trail’ in Nova Scotia, adventure travel specialist, World Expeditions, has launched four new trips to add to its diverse range of active Canadian adventures. Kayaking with Orcas is a new, 7-day kayaking expedition in the Johnstone Strait, off Vancouver Island, where pods of […]

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UTracks, Australia’s leading active European specialist is planting a tree for every booking on its Austrian Lakes and Dachstein Circuit walking itineraries. “With World Environment Day happening on 05 June and National Tree Day on 28 July, it is a timely reminder that travellers can painlessly contribute to the greening of our planet,” UTracks General […]

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Canon’s 5D Mark IV is truly versatile camera, delivering top-notch images and 4K video while continuing with the 5D range of latest innovations. The design and dimensions of the Mark IV are similar to the predecessor, the 5D Mark III, but it features a new sensor, with 30.4 megapixels, and it’s a full-frame number. Features […]

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Canon has released its first full-frame mirrorless camera, enhancing performance like never before. Intuitive control captures movement in any light with the fastest, sharpest Canon lenses, hyperfast autofocus and 30.3MP Full Frame CMOS sensor. Features of Canon EOS R Experience intuitive control with revolutionised feel and functionality with the EOS R full frame mirrorless camera […]

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Born out of a crisis, with its founders trapped in their immobile van at sub-zero temperatures in America’s north-west – the Original Puffy Blanket by Rumpl, incorporates the latest outdoor technical material technologies, providing a much needed update to one of humanity’s original essentials. A new arrival to Australian shores, this crème de la crème […]

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Cherry blossom season may well be over but that doesn’t mean that the land of the rising sun is losing any of its charm, especially not in Japan’s Best Hot Spring Town, Kinosaki Onsen, where summer comes with plenty of action, sun and outdoor fun. If you are looking for an off-the-beaten-track exploration of Japan’s […]

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Wilderness Safaris’ Travel with Purpose itinerary, Hwange Elephant Collaring gives a unique behind-the-scenes conservation and community experience in Zimbabwe’s largest national park. Taking place from 14th to 19th September 2019, all proceeds from this life-changing journey will be donated to the Scorpion Anti-Poaching Unit. The Hwange Elephant Collaring journey is part of Wilderness Safaris’ unique range of inspirational itineraries […]

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In a historic conservation move the government of the United Republic of Tanzania will enforce a total ban on single-use plastic bags as of 1st June 2019. Speaking in the National Parliament of Tanzania, the Prime Minister His Excellency Kassim Majaliwa announced that the last day to use plastic bags in Tanzania will be 31st May […]

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With summer on its way in the Northern hemisphere, Switzerland Tourism has launched their 2019 Summer Campaign, which encourages visitors to take a hike. Literally. Continuing on from their ‘Nature Wants You Back’ campaign, this year’s hiking theme showcases the 65,000km of trails on offer around the country. Known for its pristine natural assets of […]

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Newly opened Wilderness Safaris’ Magashi Camp, is strongly rooted in a core purpose: To help contribute towards the conservation and sustainable operation of Rwanda’s last protected savannah ecosystem, and to drive sustainable ecotourism in the wildlife-rich Akagera National Park.  Launched in partnership with African Parks and the Rwanda Development Board, collectively called the Akagera Management […]

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Air Wilpena pilots, who fly the scenic routes over South Australia‘s magnificent Lake Eyre, reveal the waters flowing south from outback Queensland have now more than half-filled the lake, creating an incredible visual spectacle for visitors to the region. North of the lake birdlife is starting to thrive as the water flows the Diamantina and […]

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Australia’s leading eco-friendly packaging company BioPak has soared to new heights by launching the world’s first ever zero-waste flight with Australian airline, Qantas Group.   Flying from Sydney to Adelaide this week, the ground-breaking flight is part of the most ambitious environmental push by any airline, with BioPak at the helm in trialling this major […]

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Indigenous Lirrwi Tourism is offering two new full-day adventures in East Arnhem Land in 2019. This is the perfect chance for visitors to the Northern Territory to be introduced to the Yolngu people, their homelands and their culture in one unforgettable day. Ideal for people working in region, or for those calling through Nhulunbuy (Gove) […]

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Wild Bush Luxury, Australia’s conservation tourism specialist offering exclusive and inspirational experiences to reconnect guests with the land, is thrilled to announce a complimentary air safari over Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre for Arkaba Conservancy guests during May, June and July 2019. Heavy summer rains in Queensland have created a rare opportunity for Wild Bush Luxury guests […]

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No one deserves a bad night’s sleep, especially when there’s a full day of adventure ahead – be it hiking the Larapinta Trail or bouldering in the Blue Mountains, waking up on the right side of the tent is a must. Outdoor equipment experts Nemo have updated the Tensor™ Ultralight sleeping pad family to be […]

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Adventure World Travel has released its second brochure for Natural Habitat Adventures, featuring two new nature-focused adventures to Africa and India. Following the appointment as the exclusive GSA for the brand last year, the 2019-20 collection is larger than last year, having doubled in size to 48 pages of quality. With three decades of experience […]

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Where Wild Things Roam (WWTR) editor in chief, Kate Webster, will head to South Africa this week to spend some time with the Dyck Advisory Group Conservation Trust, a core counter poaching team in Africa. During the stay, Kate will see first hand the daily activities these counter poaching teams undertake in an effort to […]

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Few places have as many Unesco World Heritage Sites in such a small space than Sri Lanka. There are in fact eight packed into such a small area, and you will want to see them all. Sri Lanka’s 2000-plus years of culture can be discovered at ancient sites where legendary temples boast beautiful details even […]

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Every woman has a pair of leggings in their wardrobe, but not every woman has a pair that lasts beyond a season. The hands-on think-tank of intuitive designers and industry leading fabric developers at Arc’teryx have mastered lost-lasting, next-to-skin, durable workout tights with their new Oriel Legging. Designed for every woman, the Arc’teryx Oriel Legging […]

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Kakadu’s longest-established tourism accommodation operator, Cooinda Lodge & Camping, is marking the 40th anniversary of Kakadu National Park by unveiling a complete refurbishment of its Lodge rooms as well as the launch in June of the new glamping village Dreaming@Home Billabong. Cooinda is in the heart of Kakadu National Park, and incorporates prime tourism attractions […]

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Whether your adventure is climbing a mountain, fishing in the rain, day hiking in your local national park or camping in your backyard, there is a lot of gear that comes with the territory. When used for long durations in hard conditions, even the most durable (and expensive) gear can start to deteriorate. Thankfully the […]

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The Cardamom Tented Camp in Cambodia has announced two new conservation tourism initiatives: a wildlife release package linking the camp with the Chiphat community tourism project, and a 3D/2N deep forest experience with an overnight in a tentsile tree tent. Partnering with the Wildlife Alliance’s wildlife release station in Chiphat, the Cardamom Tented Camp has […]

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