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Ethical Travel In Bhutan, The Hermit Kingdom

By Diane Small There are few places as untouched today as Bhutan, also known rather fittingly as the Hermit Kingdom. The fact is that it’s difficult to access; is rather costly, and has maintained a strong policy of isolationism…

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8 Tips For Stress Free Travel

By Diane Small While most people absolutely love to explore new cultures, cuisines and sights through travel, not many enjoy the ‘getting there’ part of it. With increasingly heavy airport restrictions, currency exchanges and different languages, it can be…

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Starry Nights & Sleeping Lions: Uganda Eco Travel

By Alicia Erickson The car bumped along the verdant highlands, curving around hills to reveal sweeping views of lakes and silhouettes of volcanoes. We began our ascent into the mountains, carving our way through rugged green hills. I was…

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Fur Real: Hunting For Bears In Alaska

By ¬†Justin Wateridge The float plane roars and Keller eases back on the throttle. The immensity of the scenery below unfolds. Primordial nature. Wilderness. Muted hues. We are flying over Kodiak Island, Alaska’s emerald isle. The name conjures up…

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A Lekker Ride: Cape Town Cycle Tour

By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Are you ready for adventure? Want to see one of ¬†Africa’s most beautiful cities, whilst improving your fitness? Looking for a ‘lekker’ (local slang for ‘great’) experience? Then the Cape Town Cycle Tour may be…

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Our Top 10 Farm to Table Hotels

By Diane Small Thanks to globalisation, international cuisine can be found in any major city. In fact, one of the ubiquitous ‘first world problems’ we all face is: what to eat tonight? Thai, Chinese? Lebanese, Italian? Or maybe let’s…