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Big Cat Diaries

Whether they’re looking out over the African savannah or on the prowl in the Pantanal, all around the world majestic big cats dominate the wilderness. Here are a few of the fiercest felines to spot in the wild… Lion Often referred to as the king of the jungle, lions are the African savannah’s top predator. more »

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Beat the heat

As much as we’re loving the hot weather that has taken hold of the UK, we can’t help but find ourselves dreaming of somewhere a little cooler. While office air-con units across the country struggle to combat these remarkable temperatures day after day, some of the coldest spots on the planet begin to seem quite more »

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Brilliant Burma

Once off limits to visitors, Burma is now very much on the map when it comes to welcoming travellers. Home to ancient temples, historic cities, spectacular monuments and untouched beaches, it is no wonder that Burma sits at the top of many a travel bucket list. Asia expert, Cherylle, spent a month discovering all it has more »

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Up close with Komodo

Indonesia is a destination that ticks all of the boxes. For many it is all about beach relaxation, and for others it is the perfect place for adventure. Komodo National Park delivers both in equal measure and spending a few days cruising through this extraordinary archipelago is bound to be a highlight of any trip. more »

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Highlights of Java

We are excited to be launching Indonesia as part of our portfolio, offering tailor-made adventures through the steamy rainforests, rolling rice terraces and azure blue waters of this wild and wonderful destination. Here, Indonesia expert, Hannah, talks us through the highlights of Java, one of the very many islands that make up the archipelago. When more »

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Japan in pictures

Seamlessly blending past and present (and even future, with its innovative use of technology), Japan can feel both comfortably familiar and endlessly surprising at the same time. It is this ‘surprise’ element that makes it all the more captivating for photographers – amateur or otherwise. Stepping out in search of one of the beautiful temples more »

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