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Jambo Bwana!

Jambo Bwana!

Abbie writes: ‘I have just returned from what was an incredible trip to Kenya. This was my first time on safari and it exceeded every expectation I had!    I was kindly hosted by Safari Consultants, and I got to experience different conservancies along with the...
Momos & more

Momos & more

Abbie writes: ‘I have just returned from a whirlwind week in Nepal, where I was kindly hosted by Exodus. I am delighted to write about my experiences in this captivating country… We began the journey from Heathrow flying via Delhi. After dinner and a nightcap, I...
Camilla’s Canadian Capers

Camilla’s Canadian Capers

Camilla travelled to Canada this summer with her partner Tom, eager to see as much of the Rockies as humanly possible in a two-week whirlwind trip.   Here she recounts their impressions as first-time visitors to this beautiful region as they made their way as...
The dizzying heights of Peru

The dizzying heights of Peru

Camilla writes: ‘I was the first of our group to arrive at Gatwick for our British Airways flight to Lima, perhaps a sign of how keen I was to get to Peru. We checked into a hotel near the airport and were up early the next day to catch our onward flight to...
Spitsbergen: wildlife & wilderness

Spitsbergen: wildlife & wilderness

Rob has just returned from a wonderful voyage around the Arctic archipelago of Spitsbergen enjoying some amazingly close encounters with polar bears, walruses and arctic foxes whilst journeying on board the much-loved polar vessel ‘Akademik Vavilov.’ ‘Having...
Iceland: anti-clockwise

Iceland: anti-clockwise

Camilla writes:  Iceland has been on my travel agenda for some time now, so when I was given the opportunity to join a trip run by Intrepid I could not believe my luck. I knew it was going to be a destination that I would enjoy, but I was still blown away by the...