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Aruba, for those in North America, is quite possibly the most famous member of the Kingdom of the Netherlands yet, at the same time, not many people view it this way. For most, it’s a calm, tropical getaway within arm’s reach of vacationers from Maine in the United states all the way to the furthest […]

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Thala Beach Nature Reserve in North Queensland has been recognised by National Geographic’s most prestigious nature club, National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, for its sustainable practices and environmental sensitivity. With its strict vetting process, National Geographic has only accepted four other Eco Lodges from Australia. A sustainable tourism expert from National Geographic visits […]

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The Women’s Adventure Film Tour features some of the world’s most inspiring women in adventure. This tour is a celebration of the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things.  The films are to be enjoyed by women and men of all ages! In a global first it was launched to a sell-out crowd […]

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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. Getting outside and reconnecting with nature is an ideal break from a busy urban lifestyle, time slows down, stress is relived, and […]

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Shiga Kogen is a great ski and board destination in Japan offering a variety of terrain and off-piste options, minimal crowds and an authentic Japanese experience that’s becoming harder to find, as more and more international skiers and boarders flock to the favoured resorts, Hakuba and Niseko during the Northern Hemisphere winter. If you’re an […]

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Known as the ‘Island of Eternal Spring’, Tenerife isn’t your typical island getaway. Busier than it’s neighbors, this unique European island is a captivating destination with remarkable geography from desert landscapes to lush green mountains and stunning seascapes. (And did we mention 75 degree year-round weather?) Whether you’re a family, a couple, or a solo […]

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As the movement to bring back Crocodile Dundee to the big screen gathers pace, Kakadu – the setting for the film – is anticipating a bumper 2018 tourism season with the return of Flash Camp, upgrades to accommodation, the staging of the biggest-ever Taste of Kakadu and Kakadu Bird Week festivals, and the 30th anniversary […]

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to announce that the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) has started its annual seasonal closure of several attractions in 66 of 147 national parks nationwide. According to the DNP, this is normal practice, as it closes several attractions every year for a certain […]

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For more than four decades, Air Adventure Australia’s air safaris have been making guests dreams come true with incredible outback experiences across Australia. Their luxury Outback Jet covers vast distances in no time at all and their pilots relish in landing right in the heart of the most remote destinations imaginable. “I’d estimate that we’ve […]

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Being one of the most pristine stretches of coast in Europe, and considered among the top things to do when planning a trip outside Barcelona, the Costa Brava (wild coast) is a romantic and gorgeous rock-rugged coast with the Mediterranean sea glimmering on one side and pine trees providing shadow on the other side. Visitors […]

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