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From Mayan temples to manatees: Combining Guatemala and Belize

Pairing Guatemala with Belize makes for the perfect twin-centre holiday. A combination of two enchanting countries, bursting with culture, colour and colonial highland towns. Latin America expert, Sarah, soaks up the beautiful scenery, bustling markets and abundant wildlife on a whistle stop tour of both countries. Culture in Guatemala Our trip started in the impressive, 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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Walking in Kenya’s wilderness

Karisia Walking Safaris are breaking the mould in Northern Kenya with some truly stunning itineraries. We sent our Kenya specialist Anton out to check out their pioneering safari style and ground-breaking conservation methods. Here he tells us all about his experience… Africa is famed for its vast open landscapes and diversity of wildlife, however the majority more »

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Himalayas

Exploring India’s Himalayan kingdom

Our Asia specialist Cherylle has travelled extensively in India, but until recently, the Himalayan kingdom in the north of the country was an enigma to her – a magical land she had heard so much about, but not yet had the chance to visit. We decided to put this right and send her off on more »

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Mount Cotopaxi

Cotopaxi on horseback

On a recent trip to Ecuador, it was the experience of horse riding in Cotopaxi National Park that really blew Latin America specialist Simon away. As a novice on horseback, here he tells us why this wonderful excursion is something every visitor to Ecuador should try… Encircled by some of the most formidable volcanic peaks 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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