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Charley Boorman

In conversation with Charley Boorman

We were lucky enough to catch up with famous adventurer Charley Boorman, on his passion for travel, his love affair with Africa and his recent trip to Kenya. Here’s what he had to say… 1. You are always out and about exploring the world. What is it you love so much about travel? Ever since I more »

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The Okavango Delta from above

Botswana: a wonderland of waterways

Best known for its untamed wilderness, Botswana is made up of hugely contrasting environments; the unforgiving semi-arid desert landscapes in the south of the country couldn’t be further from the floodplains found in the northern areas. Laura from our product team recently went out to explore Botswana, and here she tells us why travelling along more »

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Spotting an orangutan in the wild... a true highlight!

Wild Borneo: Chloe explores the rainforest

A lush and vibrant ecosystem, bursting at the seams with multitudes of wildlife, the rainforests of Borneo are a must-visit destination for any wildlife enthusiast. Our Asia specialist Chloe tells us about her recent trip to this vibrant island and how it utterly blew her away. Borneo’s rainforests are hailed as the best place in more »

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Rajasthan in pictures

Rajasthan in pictures

With its rich colours, friendly people, over-populated cities and stunning countryside, India is a photographer’s paradise, and nowhere more so than Rajasthan. As you wander through the state’s pastel-coloured cities and labyrinthine bazaars you’ll be presented with endless photo opportunities, whilst the wonderful rural villages provide an opportunity to meet the locals and experience a more »

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Tiger tiger

Tiger safaris explained

India’s size, landscape and fantastic national parks and tiger reserves all play a part in offering travellers an enchanting wildlife experience. This is by far the best place to spot the elusive Bengal tiger in the wild, with half of the world’s population of wild tigers found in India. Here, our specialist Ric shares his experience of more »

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First-time China

China for a first-timer

Despite being the third largest country in the world, we’ve always seen China as something of an enigmatic kingdom. From the seemingly infinite 4,000-mile-long Great Wall which features on bucket lists worldwide, to the rice terraces in Longsheng and Chengdu’s charming pandas, there is simply so much to explore. We recently sent our Asia specialist more »

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