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Caiman Ecological Refuge: A ‘Conservation Hero’

Latin America Specialist Simon had been hankering to visit Brazil’s wildlife wonderland, the Pantanal, for ...

Damaraland, Namibia

Trialling the Trails in Damaraland

Our Africa Expert, Jo, was recently in Namibia where she slept under the stars and hiked through some stunning scenery. Namibia is hands down one of my favourite African destinations; the scenery, feeling of space and remoteness make it a completely different experience to the rest of the continent. However, most people who visit are more »

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Why we love South Africa

One of the world’s most diverse destinations, South Africa has it all. Exciting Big Five safaris, impressive coastal landscapes and the cosmopolitan cool of Cape Town entice many visitors to the country. But for us, one of the real draws of this wonderful country is the people. Warm, welcoming and brilliantly humoured, they really will more »

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Where the wild things are

While only covering 0.03% of the earth’s surface, Costa Rica is home to almost 5% of the world’s biodiversity. Here, Imagine guest and aspiring pro photographer Sam Kite tells us about his trip to Costa Rica and how the country really does live up to its name, which translates as ‘rich coast’. As cliché as more »

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Wadi Rum: Wanderlust & Desert Dust

When Imagine Asia Specialist Cherylle went to Jordan she knew a trip to Wadi Rum was a must, in fact it was the part of this trip that she was looking forward to most. Here, she tells us all about it. Having watched films such as the Martian, I had high expectations ahead of my my more »

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Best of UNESCO

Travelling teaches us to appreciate the world we live in, and nothing embodies this notion quite like UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites, which exists to identify and preserve places all around the world that are of outstanding value to humanity. The list is endless (and gets added to every year), but here are a more »

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Beyond Bali

Despite Indonesia being made up of an astonishing 17,000 islands, a huge number of visitors focus exclusively on Bali. While Bali has a great deal to offer travellers, from ancient temples and glistening rice terraces to thick jungle and paradise beaches, there is so much more to Indonesia than this one island alone. We have more »

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Meeting the locals

Rajasthan: regal palaces & rural villages

With its soaring forts, glistening palaces, rugged countryside and dramatic desert landscapes, Rajasthan is quintessential India at its best. The state sparkles with the romance, chivalry and heroism of days old, and is forever abuzz with lively celebrations of colour and spirituality. Whether you’re in an opulent city or a rural village, you’ll have countless more »

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The insider: saving Asia’s elephants

We caught up with Lek Chailert who has won many awards for her work to save Asia’s elephants. Here, she tells us more about her project and how tourists have a responsibility to choose ethical elephant encounters. How did your organisation come about? I was working in the tourism industry and I saw the negative more »

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The Lion King: Follow in the footsteps of Simba

Whether it’s Simba or Mufasa, Pumbaa or Timon, the lovable characters of The Lion King all hold a special place in our hearts. So, with the release of Disney’s live-action remake now upon us, we thought we would reintroduce you to some of the most classic characters, along with advice on the best places in more »

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Seven Worlds, One Planet

Over the last two months, David Attenborough has presented his latest masterpiece Seven Worlds, One Planet. Showcasing the true character of our seven unique continents while revealing extraordinary wildlife stories and unseen wilderness, our Sunday nights simply won’t be the same now it’s over. From the lush cloud forests of the Andes to the vast more »

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