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Wrangel Island: Voyage of a Lifetime

I’m not sure if it was Whalebone Alley or Cape Dezhnev that was the most moving of the two for me - both were incredibly poignant cultural stops on… Read on

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Wildlife Travel Calendar

This calendar has been put together by our team of experienced wildlife specialists. It is not intended to be 'complete', but a guide to help you… Read on

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Kayaking with Whales

I’ve always loved being on water, but the kayaking in British Columbia is truly amazing. I was privileged to see not only humpback whales and a pod… Read on

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Floe Edge, Nunavut, Canada 2016

Floe Edge has to be one of the most remote places I have ever stayed. Five and a half hours’ flight north of Ottawa, followed by an overnight stay… Read on

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Cruising into Canada’s wilderness

The pleasures of small-ship cruising are highlighted on a cruise to Canada’s spectacular Pacific Rim, where whales, wolves and spirit bears roam. Read on

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Kasanka National Park (Chris Breen)

Having first visited Kasanka National Park in the late 80’s (and many times since!), it was a pleasure to return there once again in November to… Read on

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Malawi revisited

Patzi Haslimann recently travelled with us to Malawi, staying in Majete Reserve with its prolific wildlife, followed by a visit to Liwonde National… Read on

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Norman Carr, legend of the Luangwa

Other than a Saturday job working in a local sports shop, my first ‘proper’ job was being trained as a walking safari guide in South Luangwa… Read on

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The Great Migration photo tour

Can you have too much of a good thing? Well in some instances certainly yes, but in others definitely no. I’ve just returned from the Serengeti,… Read on