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Ruaha: Tanzania’s hinterland

Our recent photo competition was won by Dave Cox, for his incredible picture of a stand-off between a lion and a herd of buffalo (pictured below). Him and his wife Jenny spent two weeks on safari in Ruaha, a remote national park in southern Tanzania. Here Jenny tells us all about their experience getting off more »

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The Central California Coast

There is no doubt that the state of California is packed with stunning beaches, and the Central Coast is no exception, but what people often don’t realise is how much more there is to this enticing region than its golden sands. We recently sent our North America specialist Lucie out to visit the counties of more »

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Following the wildebeest migration

Often described as the greatest show on Earth, the annual migration of over a million wildebeest (and hundreds of thousands of zebra) is a natural phenomenon like no other. We sent our Africa specialist Harry out to Tanzania to experience this awesome event first hand… As the largest migration of mammals in the world, the more »

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Rocky Mountaineer

All aboard the Rocky Mountaineer

On a recent trip to the wildly spectacular regions of the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, our all-round North America guru Kirsten embarked on a scenic train journey on board the Rocky Mountaineer, hailed around the world for its world-class service and breath-taking scenery. Dating back to the 1800s, transcontinental train travel in Canada continues more »

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Fort Worth Stockyards

A weekend in the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards

North America specialist Lucie recently visited Texas and was bowled over by this charming US state. Here, she tells us all about her weekend playing cowgirl at the Fort Worth Stockyards… Fort Worth is a fascinating city of contrasts. It is widely known as the city of cowboys and culture, and rightly so. It has more »

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Football on Ipanema Beach

Brazil: South America’s longest coastline

Brazil is renowned for its stunning beaches. The country has over 7,500 kilometres of coastline, from the unspoiled, dune backed beaches of the north such as Jericoacoara, to the stunning beaches in the south with their great diving spots such as Ilha Grande – there are plenty to pick from. As a result of the more »

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