• Soldiers For Wildlife Founder, John Garcia
    Soldiers For Wildlife Founder, John Garcia
    We caught up with John Garcia, Soldiers For Wildlife Founder, to have a chat about all the amazing work they are doing.
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  • Trekking Rwanda's rare mountain gorillas
    Trekking Rwanda's rare mountain gorillas
    Gorilla trekking is definitely one of a few dramatic wildlife experiences you can have and there is no place better to do this than Rwanda.
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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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  • 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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  • Travel that gives back in Papua New Guinea
    Travel that gives back in Papua New Guinea
    Ever since their first tour in 2007, South Sea Horizons has been conducting low impact tours at a local level across Papua New Guinea and the Pacific.
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  • Where wildlife roams in Switzerland
    Where wildlife roams in Switzerland
    Switzerland may have some wild landscapes with soaring mountains and deep verdant valleys peppered with glistening lakes, but their wildlife offering is just as spectacular.
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  • Adventures to inspire wanderlust
    Adventures to inspire wanderlust
    From Belize’s most remote atoll to Uganda’s heights, from the Kingdom of Mustang to the magical Galapagos, adventure travel specialist, World Expeditions has launched eight new adventure holidays.
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  • Safari ethically without harming wildlife
    Safari ethically without harming wildlife
    There has to be a certain amount of caution required though with ethical conservation activities as for many years there have been operators touting their conservation bona fides whilst engaged in unhelpful or harmful behaviour.
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  • Photography for a cause in New Zealand
    Photography for a cause in New Zealand
    A picture tells a thousand words, which is why photography is a great story teller for conservation work.
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Welcome to the weekly Wild Deals. This week you can jump on a new Kangaroo Island tour, find some hot deals in tropical North Queensland and jump on a glamping retreat deal in New South Wales. here are this week’s Wild Deals to get you out to #RoamAtHome. Kangaroo Island Road to Recovery Tour To […]

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Australians may not be able to travel overseas at present but that doesn’t mean missing out on some exceptional travel experiences here in Australia. Travellers can #RoamAtHome and still feel like they are having an overseas adventure. If you had you plans to explore Asia and now those are cancelled, here is where you can […]

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The renowned destination Byron Bay conjures up images of free spirited days frolicking on pristine beaches with the mountains as the backdrop. But there’s more to this Northern NSW town than meets the eye and we wander from town into the arts estate to find out more. Here are our top tips to stay, play […]

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Are you between the ages of 5 and 18? Are you an aspiring artist and looking for a project to sink your teeth into? Do you want to do good in this time of international crisis? Ol Pejeta Conservancy has the perfect project for you! They are calling on the world’s children to take part in a global competition to raise money for wildlife and […]

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Osprey is traditionally known for making high performance adventure packs ready to take on any hike, or expedition you please. Osprey has produced a new pack designed for you to take on the greatest adventure of all – life. Stylishly crafted for day-to-day living, The Arcane Tote Pack fits and functions in a wide variety […]

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Kakadu National Park is a living cultural landscape, and ancient escarpment and stone country spans more than two billion years of geological history. It’s rivers and coastal floodplains are more dynamic environments, shaped by changing sea levels and big floods every tropical summer. The area is home to archaeological sites that record the skills and […]

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Canine counter-poaching units are highly effective, thanks to the help of these four-legged warriors working to protect some of the world’s most vulnerable animals across Africa. Counter-poaching initiative, Soldiers For Wildlife, recognises this and has moved to add a K9 Unit to its operations. Later this month, the organisation will welcome four adorable Belgian Malinois […]

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The Tasmanian Tiger died out 80 years ago, but their cousin: the poorly-known Tiger Quoll, still survives in small numbers in far North Queensland. To help this threatened Aussie marsupial, a new 4 day tour by Echidna Walkabout has been designed to get Aussies to visit Far North Queensland region, enjoy the wildlife and contribute […]

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Kakadu and Uluru‐Kata Tjuta will open to visitors at the end of this week, as announced by Parks Australia. Director of National Parks, Dr James Findlay said due to COVID‐safe arrangements and infrastructure upgrades, some areas of the national parks will not be open to visitors during the initial re‐opening, but there will be plenty […]

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Cairns & Great Barrier Reef is open for visitors wanting to enjoy warm sunny days in winter. Explore the world’s oldest rainforest, the Great Barrier Reef and the outback with some great offers to add value to your holiday in the tropics. Where Wild Things Roam has gathered up some hot deals to dive into […]

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When it comes to the shaving industry, millions have been spent building a sharper razor but what’s their environmental impact? Bulldog Skincare For Men has announced the Australian launch of its Original Bamboo Razor, proving there is more to the perfect shave.  The five tempered steel blades and flexible head provide everything you need for […]

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With warm temperatures year-round, Queensland is the ideal place to get in the water and explore the amazing underwater world. What a better way to help spread the message of protecting our world’s oceans than by experiencing it for yourself. From whale encounters to helping baby turtles make a dash for the ocean, there are […]

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After surviving devastating bushfires and COVID-19 travel restrictions, Kangaroo Island is ready to welcome tourists back. Ferry operator, SeaLink South Australia, is making it even easier to visit this natural gem, thanks to their ‘KANGAROO ISLAND YOU’LL LOVE IT’ self-drive packages. The new campaign includes a range of amazing self-drive packages from weekend getaways, bonus […]

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Go beyond the beaches of the Sunshine Coast and roam up into the hinterland where you can lose yourself in the natural beauty and serenity of the area. The breathtaking scenery forms a stunning backdrop to the beaches, where you can discover the ancient volcanic peaks of the Glass House Mountains, walk through the lush […]

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Every 5 June since 1974, the world has celebrated World Environment Day, and this year the theme is Biodiversity – a concern that is both urgent and existential. This most renowned day for environmental action brings together engaging governments, businesses, celebrities and citizens to focus their efforts on a pressing environmental issue. This year the […]

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One of the leading economic casualties of the COVID-19 outbreak is tourism, and the impacts in Africa from a decimated tourism industry is having ripple effects into rural communities and wildlife conservation across the continent. In an effort to help alleviate hunger in across the local South African communities, a group of friends and top […]

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Take a 12-hour road trip from Sydney and arrive at Broken Hill, pretty much as far as you can go in NSW without crossing into another State. The scenic journey out to this remote destination can be taken along the river from Walgett to Wentworth and will give you a true taste of the outback […]

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A 12-hour road trip from Sydney, Broken Hill is about as far as you can go in NSW without crossing into another State. In fact, the remote destination is so far west it even uses the South Australian time zone (30 mins back) to make life more practical.  For a taste of the outback without […]

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Travel bans have been lifted in New South Wales and that leaves 213 days left in the year to go explore and #RoamAtHome with 213 Ways to Reboot 2020. With a list of 213 NSW travel adventures to be had across an array of diverse and unique experiences across the state, there is something for […]

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Located in the heart of the spectacular Flinders Ranges, the Wilpena Pound Resort has reopened its campground in line with the easing of travel restrictions within South Australia. This is great news for South Australians who can #RoamAtHome by packing the camping gear and taking off on a road trip out through the Flinders Ranges. […]

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As Australia begins to recover from the double whammy of Covid-19 lockdowns and the worst bushfire season in history, now more than ever is a good time to spend your tourism dollars down under and discover Australia’s amazing underwater world. From amazing marine experiences to spectacular wreck dives, here are 7 (other) good reasons to […]

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The Gold Coast may be famous for its stretches of sandy beaches, but venture beyond the beach into the hinterland and you will find a hiker’s paradise. From rocky mountain peaks to lush rainforest tracks leading to waterfalls, there is a hike for all levels. The unspoilt Gondwana Rainforests and the charming mountain villages are […]

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The effects of the coronavirus crisis are being felt hard across the Asia’s tourism industry where elephant- friendly venues are facing collapse. World Animal Protection has launched an urgent appeal to help over 150 elephants in Asia. The appeal aims to assist eleven struggling, elephant-friendly venues in Thailand, Nepal, Cambodia and Laos to provide food, […]

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Founding Soldiers For Wildlife and working to protect some of the world’s most vulnerable wildlife was not something John Garcia expected to be doing. Now, it is all he can think about doing. Born and raised just outside New York City, John always took a keen interest in wildlife and loved watching animal planet and […]

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Ever since their first tour in 2007, South Sea Horizons has been conducting low impact tours at a local level across Papua New Guinea and the Pacific. The Papua New Guinean owned and operated company continues to offer authentic Papua New Guinean experiences and insight into areas only the true locals know. They can do […]

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Grab some friends and pack your car for a getaway as there has never been a better time to get out and explore your own back yard. With travel restrictions causing travel chaos, there is nothing better than escaping out into the wild and Roam at Home. Imagine emus walking right up to you, crocodiles […]

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Did you know that that Australia has the largest sand island in the world? Where you can find the purest strain of dingos, fresh water lakes just begging for your to dive into and an abundance of hikes and tracks to explore. All this and more to discover when you Roam at Home. Located off […]

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Entering the new year with the spotlight on Australia’s wildfire tragedy which resulted in the death of some one billion animals is surely a call to action inviting us citizens of the world to unite and begin to take care of ourselves, our planet and its magnificent biodiversity. One way to make a change is […]

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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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Canon Australia has launched the ultimate interchangeable lens camera, the EOS-1D X Mark III, offering professional photographers, videographers, and content creators limitless possibilities, at blistering speeds. Boasting dramatically improved AF tracking performance, image quality and communication capabilities, the camera represents the pinnacle of Canon’s EOS series. Enabling moments to be captured like never before, Canon’s […]

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A place of ANZAC reverence and of personal challenge, the Kokoda Trail has been a place of pilgrimage for travellers for many decades. South Sea Horizons has been leading groups along the Kokoda Track since 2008 with an exceptional trek completion rate of 99%. The Kokoda track is one of the many walking tracks in […]

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Conservation efforts to save the endangered mountain gorillas are paying off, with the latest census counting over 1,000 gorillas. This is an increase from the previously counted 800. The count revealed 604 mountain gorillas living in trans-boundary Virunga Massif in the Virunga Mountains. This vast area that covers Rwanda, DR Congo and Uganda, previously counted […]

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