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Literally at the bottom of the world, stretching across the southernmost tip of Chile and Argentina, Patagonia is one of the most sparsely populated yet geographically and climatically diverse regions in the world. In fact, this expansive territory of 757,000 square kilometres is home to only 1.7 million inhabitants. That’s why anyone visiting Patagonia is […]

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In 2016, while travelling in South Africa, Writer and Director, Toby Wosskow found himself lost in the natural beauty of the game reserves and the wildlife who call it home. “One afternoon, I was walking through the bush with a game ranger, when we stumbled across a white rhino peacefully grazing. What struck me more […]

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Five Eastern Black Rhinoceroses have be translocated from Europe to Akagera National Park in Rwanda where they will be ultimately released into their new and wild home. The unique collaboration between the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA), the Government of Rwanda and conservation NGO African Parks, allowed the rhinos, who were born and […]

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Where Wild Things Roam editor Kate Webster recently travelled to South Africa and Mozambique to engage in some first-hand conservation activities before going behind the lines on the war on poaching with the Dyck Advisory Group Conservation Trust (DAG). The purpose of the visit was two-fold. Firstly, to do a trial run of the Where […]

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Discover a treasure trove of value-for-money walks across Italy, from the stunning lakes district, awe-inspiring Alps and picturesque Tuscany, down to the heel of Italy’s boot, Puglia. Thanks to UTracks, the active European holiday specialist, here are ten self guided and guided walks ranging from five to eight days for under $1500 per person: Cinque […]

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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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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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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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