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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, Zambia

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

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Bear Cave Mountain trip report

I arrived into the Yukon after having been in the ‘Greatest’ Bear Rainforest accompanying our 21st anniversary trip in the company of professional… Read on

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Bears and whales at Knight Inlet

In September 2013 Christine and John Scotcher stayed at Knight Inlet Lodge in British Colombia. There was certainly no shortage of bear and whale… Read on