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Lek Chailert

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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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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The insider: mountain gorilla conservation

In 2018, mountain gorillas were reclassified from critically endangered to endangered, and the latest census showed their population had exceeded 1,000 for the first time in decades. We caught up with Ian Redmond who worked alongside the famous conservationist Dian Fossey, and is now a leading world specialist in gorillas. When did you know that more »

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The ultimate bucket list

There’s nothing we love more than ticking things off our ever-growing bucket list! We’ve compiled a list of the hottest experiences and properties right now, that we think everyone should experience in their lifetime… SOAK UP THE STUNNING ATACAMA DESERT FROM ALTO ATACAMA A wild and desolate expanse of land close to Chile‘s border with more »

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The Insider: Kenya’s Conservancies

We caught up with conservationist Justin Heath about the threats faced by Kenya’s wildlife, and why he believes private conservancies are the answer. In the area surrounding the Masai Mara there are nine privately managed conservancies set aside for wildlife conservation, which together are almost equal in size to the Mara Reserve itself. Justin manages more »

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