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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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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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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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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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