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  • Scarlet macaw, Costa Rica

    Been there, done that? Now try this…

    06 Min Read

    Do you have a passion you feel compelled to explore in ever greater depth on your travels? Here, we suggest (superficially dissimilar) destinations that offer similar experiences, whether you’re into wine, wilderness walking, or observing endangered primates.

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  • Franschhoek, South Africa

    Wildlife encounters with South Africa’s two Big Fives

    04 Min Read

    Christopher and Rosemarie travelled with us in September last year. Read the account of their trip to South Africa, where they saw whales in Walkers Bay, tasted wine in the vineyards of Franschheok and travelled by rail through the stunning vistas of the Western Cape.

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  • Audley in the Ecuadorian Amazon

    Bicycle, train or boat

    05 Min Read

    Sometimes the journey can be just as fulfilling and enlightening as the destination itself. Why not peel back the layers of a country by traveling by train, bicycle or boat, you will see so much more from a different perspective...

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  • Rovos Rail, Livingstone & The Victoria Falls

    Great Train Journeys

    The allure of train journeys is undeniable. There is something intoxicating about speeding through landscapes as life unfolds outside the window. Whether notable for their dramatic views, luxurious surroundings or sheer speed, we’ve highlighted what we consider to be seven of the most exciting train journeys in the world.

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  • Machu Picchu, Peru

    All New Peru

    02 Min Read

    A year ago, the Sacred Valley of the Incas experienced devastating amounts of rain that damaged villages and cut off the ancient citadel from the outside world. Machu Picchu was closed for two months and visitor numbers to Peru plummeted. However, many used this downtime to take stock and make much needed improvements. Here our specialists take a look at the new developments.

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