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Sand dunes of the Thar Desert, Jaisalmer

From the blog in February 2012

  • Sand dunes of the Thar Desert, Jaisalmer

    Off the Beaten Track: Rajasthan

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    India's Golden Triangle of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur is the major draw for many first-time visitors to the country, but beyond them lies a region of little-visited treasures that makes for a compelling trip for anyone wishing to get off the beaten track.

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  • Franschhoek, South Africa

    South Africa or Morocco

    My husband and I want a short break, around 7-10 days for our wedding anniversary and my 50th birthday. We want somewhere warm and sunny, relaxing and interesting. Any suggestions leaving 29th February 2012? So last minute!

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  • Caiman lounging around in the Brazilian Pantanal, Brazil

    Travellers' Tales: Brazil, Birding & Barbeques

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    Ian and Sue Dennis travelled to Brazil with Audley in September 2011, after enjoying a previous trip to Argentina and Chile a few years ago. Here they share their experiences of visiting Iguaçu Falls, spotting kingfishers and Caiman in the Pantanal and relaxing in the coastal town of Paraty.

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  • Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro

    Latin America: A Year in the Life

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    When are the best times of year to visit certain countries in South America? Our South America team have put together a summary of monthly highlights for countries throughout this fascinating continent

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  • Pomelo House, Moon Garden Homestay

    Hidden Gems

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    Our specialists pack their bags and head out on the road to explore new regions and re-visit some of their old favourites on a regular basis. Once in a while they stumble upon a real hidden gem. Here are a few such places they've discovered on their travels.

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  • Monk at Amarapura

    Country Briefing: Burma (Myanmar)

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    There is so much to see in this beautiful country, from glittering temples and colonial buildings to colourful tribal people and lush mountain scenery; anyone who travels here will be sure to want to return.

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  • Game walk watching elephants, Sosian ranch

    Our African Safari Guide

    07 Min Read

    For many travellers, going on safari is a lifelong dream but with such an array of options it can be hard to know where to go, what to do and what you can expect once you arrive. Our Africa team have put together a guide to some of our most popular destinations and activities to help you plan the ideal trip

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  • Bukit Lawang, Sumatra

    Travellers' Tales: Sumatra & Malaysia

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    Ian and Susan Johnson visited Sumatra and Malaysia with Audley in August 2011. They describe their experiences of wildlife viewing, jungle trekking and some welcome relaxation on one of Malaysia's east coast beaches

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