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Zimbabwe’s Rhino – A New Future

Our Africa expert, Anton, went to Zimbabwe in search of rhinos and saw first hand how this endeavour is revitalising the country. Many people think that due to the political turmoil and recent hardships within the country that ‘ticking off’ the Big Five in Zimbabwe is not possible. Yet, if you know where to go more »

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Belize Food Tour

Here, our Digital Marketing Executive Silvia explains why a food tour of San Pedro is a great way to get to know Belize. The food tour lasts around 3 hours and will take you to gems throughout the city so make sure you wear your walking shoes! The first stop is Elvi’s Kitchen which is more »

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Reading Japan: Top 6 books

Japan is rich in culture and teeming with intricate and fascinating traditions, which make for excellent reading. We have picked out our six favourite books about the country to prepare you for your trip. MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA by Arthur Golden A compelling tale exploring life as a geisha in mid-20th century Japan, Memoirs of more »

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Reading Namibia: Top 6 books

The downtime hours on your trip are perfect for relaxing with a book. These are our top six books on Namibia to help you get to know the country better. IN BUSHVELD AND DESERT: A GAME RANGER’S LIFE by Christiaan Bakkes In Bushveld and Desert is an entertaining book of wilderness stories written by famous safari guide more »

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Beautiful Bhutan

There is nothing quite like the peaceful and colourful country that is Bhutan.  Here, our Asia Specialist Cherylle tells us why this magical Himalayan kingdom blew her away. Bhutan is a place of gorgeous open valleys which are home to the black neck crane and many other wonderful bird life…the beauty of this country is more »

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Take to the water

From expedition cruising in Antarctica to drifting down Asia’s many waterways, or staying on a houseboat on the Zambezi, getting out on the water really does give you a totally unique perspective on a new destination. Here are a few of our favourite boats around the world… M/V Sea Spirit, Antarctica Experience the hauntingly beautiful more »

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