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Fresh from their most recent travels, our specialists share their insights and experiences on the Audley blog. You’ll also find our expert recommendations and ideas with regards to the popular destinations and travel talk of the moment.
Written on 8 February 2009
Follow in the footsteps of great authors, such as Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and explore the fascinating sights of Egypt as described by Harry, our Syria, Jordan and Egypt Specialist.
Written on 29 January 2009
With the pound so strong against the rand there has been no better time to visit South Africa and experience everything this wonderful country has to offer.
Written on 22 January 2009
Dan Snow traveled with Audley to New Zealand in January 2009 – find out more about his experiences of this culturally fascinating and scenically beautiful destination.
Written on 14 January 2009
Botswana is best-known for its luxury safaris but as Victoria explains, you can still experience its fantastic wildlife by avoiding luxury lodges and staying in mobile tented camps.
Written on 8 September 2008
This six-part series on BBC 2 documented explorer Bruce Parry's epic journey down the mighty Amazon river and the fascinating people he met on his way.
Written on 20 August 2008
India Specialist, Harsha Ogale discovers that although wild tiger numbers are dropping, the population in national parks is increasing.
Written on 24 July 2008
Jo Hoban, Mongolia Specialist discovers that by spending time in a family ger and visiting projects you can help to preserve the nomadic culture of Mongolia.
Written on 1 July 2008
This three-part series on BBC 1 brought an international team of scientists, climbers and wildlife film-makers to Guyana to document its wealth of natural scenery and wildlife.
Written on 1 June 2008
Fair Trade food showed the way and now a new initiative in South Africa links environmental issues and responsible employment practices to our properties.