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The Wonders of the Wild in Ruaha

Tanzania is one of Africa’s top safari destinations. Boasting a diverse array of wildlife, fantastic safari experiences and brilliant guiding, it is easy to see why. Safari expert, Harry, gets off the beaten track in Tanzania, discovering the wonders of one of Africa’s best kept secrets, Ruaha National Park. The lesser known national park of Ruaha is situated in more »

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Madagascar after dark

It is no secret that Madagascar is home to some of the world’s most weird and wonderful flora and fauna. That being said, Madagascar is not all baobabs and lemurs, discovered safari specialist, Anton, on a recent trip to the world’s oldest island. Home to a nocturnal world that only comes to life after dark, Madagascar is more »

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Top 5 for nature in Borneo

Borneo is renowned for its wildlife offering. Home of the orangutan, the pygmy elephant and numerous bird species, it is a haven for nature lovers. Asia specialist and wildlife aficionado, Ellis, talks us through the very best of Borneo’s natural world. Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre The centre is located about 25 kilometres west of Sandakan in the more »

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Oman: The destination with it all

We are delighted to have recently added Oman to our selection of tailor-made tours. Oman is the destination everyone is talking about, and with so much to offer; abundant culture, spectacular landscapes, fascinating cities and a stunning coastline, it is easy to see why. Middle East expert, Bjorn, tells us why now is the time more »

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Madagascar in pictures

On a recent visit to Madagascar, our Marketing Executive Suzie enjoyed a whirlwind week coming close to exotic wild species, experiencing local life and soaking up the stunning scenery. Here, she talks us through five of her favourite pictures from her trip.  1. The piercing call of the indri lemur Madagascar’s lemurs are inevitably the more »

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Going green in the Kalahari

The Kalahari is a vast, arid wilderness that covers much of southern Africa, stretching from Namibia in the west to Botswana in the east and South Africa to the south. It covers a staggering 900,000km2 – an area roughly the size of Venezuela! Most of Botswana’s landscape is part of the Kalahari ecosystem and even the more »

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