• 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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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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The first Whale Sharks for the 2019 touring season arrived right on schedule, with our spotty friends sighted off the Ningaloo Coast this week. Whale Shark operators use light-aircraft spotter planes to search for the whale sharks, guiding the tour boat skippers to the fish’s location. Exmouth operator Ningaloo Blue‘s spotter planes have been in the air […]

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With the warm weather here to stay, Aussies are making the most of it by taking their fitness regime out of the gym and into the great outdoors! With hundreds of scenic coastal walks around Australia including Sydney’s famous Bondi to Coogee, the picturesque Cape Byron Lighthouse walk, and Victoria’s iconic Great Ocean Walk – […]

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Renowned for engineering some of the world’s most durable and reliable camping gear, BlackWolf is proud to be launching the Sombra Shelter—built to last, adventure after adventure. With a heavy duty canopy that boasts a UPF 50+ sun protection rating, BlackWolf’s latest innovation offers much-needed shade under the harsh Aussie sun, and even shelter in […]

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World Expeditions has launched a range of new cycle trips, including several to remote regions including a high altitude cycle in Lakakh, e-biking itineraries in remote China, historic rail trails in Canada and a new mountain biking adventure in Morocco. World Expeditions pioneered cycling holidays in India in 1977, in China in 1978 and in […]

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Azamara Club Cruises has announced a leading Aussie conservation expert will join the upcoming Azamara Quest cruise to educate guests on what they can to help protect marine turtles including the endangered hawksbill turtle. Christine Hof, renowned marine biologist and WWF Marine Species Project Manager, joins the 14-night Australia and Indonesia voyage departing Cairns on […]

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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. However, taking your rig into deep or rapidly moving water is risky. Jase Andrews, host of the #1 TV hit show All […]

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Lizard Island has announced details and dates for its Reef Expedition experiences for 2019 offering guests access to normally unseen snorkelling areas around the island and exclusive areas of the Great Barrier Reef. The four-night Reef Expedition program features a raft of extraordinary adventures of the World Heritage-listed reef, with the Lizard Island luxury lodge […]

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Kings Canyon Resort in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre will have a new look this cool season as plans are revealed for a new glamping product, allowing guests a first-hand experience of the sights and sounds of the magnificent outback canyon. Set to open on June 1, 2019, six new Australian homestead-style glamping tents […]

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Beneath the shimmering waters that surround the island archipelago of the Maldives’ South Malé Atoll, a fragile world is quietly rebuilding itself. Reef conservation charity, Coral Reef CPR’s pioneering Holistic Approach to Reef Protection (HARP) programme, funded by the generosity of Anantara guests, has been fundamental in creating significant improvements to coral health and size […]

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Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic has made it easier than ever for travellers to visit the stunning natural oasis that is the Galápagos with the launch of an incredible fly free offer available until the 30th of June on select 2019 departures. Free return economy airfares are included when travellers book select Galápagos itineraries aboard the National […]

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Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi has announced the launch of its safari style Jungle Tented Villas that offers authentic experiences of outdoor living under the stars at the heart of resort’s inland jungle. Unleashing the explorer in every traveller, the Tented Villas offers travellers a safari-style, alfresco luxurious living with an outdoor rain shower, roll-top […]

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Mammoth Mountain has announced it will stay open until 4 July after experiencing a huge snow season. Mammoth Mountain has the most snow in North America right now with the highest base in the country 639 centimetres (210 inches). It also boasts the most snowfall thus far with over 11 meters of snow (446 inches), […]

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The island of Mauritius is mountainous with breathtaking scenery stretching from the rivers and forests out to the coastal beaches and fringing reefs. This volcanic island offers many outdoor and adventure experiences including breathtaking summits and valleys to explore on foot, underwater adventures with wildlife and spectacular rivers and waterfalls to conquer. Here are some […]

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Regarded as one of Earth’s most intelligent animals, dolphins are also highly sociable. This is something I experienced first hand when swimming with wild dolphins in Mauritius. As an ocean lover, nothing fills me with more joy than diving under the surface and seeing the wildlife in their natural habitat. On the West Coast of […]

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The island of Mauritius is mountainous with breathtaking scenery stretching from the rivers and forests out to the coastal beaches and fringing reefs. Mauritius offers many hiking and trekking options across its national parks and reserves, around the basaltic mountains, and in many other beautiful locations. These peaks offer unique panoramic views of the island. […]

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Bison, belugas and bears, oh my! When you encounter one of these special creatures in the province of Manitoba, central Canada, time seems to stop and the real world falls away. The exhilaration almost makes you forget to pick up your camera as you come eye-to-eye with some of nature’s most curious and majestic creations. Read […]

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A rush of scuba divers from around Australia is expected to begin exploring the underwater wonderland created by the ex-HMAS Tobruk after the launch of commercial operations on February 25. The ship is resting on her starboard quarter about 25 nautical miles from Hervey Bay in 28 metres of water and it will be an […]

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World Expeditions has received approval to proceed with its application to erect semi-permanent Puffer Pod camps in Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area. The Tasmanian Government has given World Expeditions the green light to enter into the reserve approval process and proceed with lease and license negotiations for the construction of five puffer pods on The […]

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Adventure travel specialist, World Expeditions, has joined the Coalition for Ethical Wildlife Tourism, to play its part in ending the suffering of wildlife for the entertainment of tourists. The move is the newest in the company’s ongoing drive to deliver ethical wildlife experiences across its product range, following on from the 2014 removal of elephant […]

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Walking the Laugavegur Trail, one of Iceland’s most famous hiking trails, is a wonderful way to escape the country’s influx of visitors and to see some of the most beautiful parts of Iceland at the same time. Active European holiday specialist, UTracks, has added a third walking itinerary to its Laugavegur offering for the 2019 […]

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Flinders Ranges Odysseys, part of the SeaLink Travel Group, has released the 2019 departure dates for their much sought-after four day/three-night, Flinders Ranges Outback Tour. To keep up with the growing demand, this amazing tour will now depart every Friday from March to November 2019. This popular tour discovers the spectacular and rugged scenery of […]

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Travellers looking for an experience of a lifetime to Antarctica can now book on one of the cheapest yet still sustainable 2020/2021 cruises to Antarctica currently on the market, Discover Antarctica. Chimu Adventures specialise in Antarctica and have launched their 2019 Great Chimu Sale which is offering up to 40% off other expeditions to Antarctica; […]

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If visiting unspoilt parts of the world, escaping daily routines, seeing volcanoes, fishing, swimming, snorkelling, diving in pristine waters, flying around in a helicopter and eating fine food with 36 like-minded people sounds like your kind of holiday, luxury travel specialist Latitude 33 has heeded your call. Discover the wonders of Papua New Guinea (PNG) […]

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Located in the heart of the coral triangle, Papua New Guinea offers some of the worlds best diving. There are two locations in particular that stand out, for their remoteness and sheer diversity of marine life, and that is Kimbe Bay and Kavieng. Picture yourself diving into crystal clear water with huge reef pinnacles rising […]

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A perfect combination of style and technicality, the Mojito Hike GTX is the newest hiking boot from Scarpa that has everything taken care of, all you have left to do is enjoy the walk. Why you will love it While impeccable design, technicality and durability are always key to a good hiking boot, the Mojito […]

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A backpack that is versatile enough to be used when climbing mountains, or simply on your daily commute, the Osprey Mutant Backpack has you covered. Why you need it Mutant 22 climbing pack is light, simple and discreet. It’s clever design disguises it’s technical features means you can take it to the streets for urban […]

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Natural World Safaris has announced the launch of the all-female guided expedition to Svalbard in August 2019. The first Arctic expedition of its kind, guests will join a trio of intrepid female guides and expert wildlife presenter Kate Humble to discover the isolated beauty and the wildlife of the region. The expedition was inspired and […]

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On Foot Holidays has announced its second new walking tour for 2019, a route in the Basque Pyrenees in northern Spain which weaves through farmland, woodland and mountain ridges down to the coastal and cultural city of San Sebastian. From April, 2019, the new, self-guided, inn-to-inn walk gives walkers the opportunity to immerse themselves in […]

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