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Where to Travel After Covid? Inspiring Escapes

By Matthew Kronsberg - 8th January 2021

After nearly a year of vacation deprivation, frustrated globe-trotters are starting to dream about traveling freely again. We highlight a number of getaway goals for 2021 and new ways to realize each one. People just want the ability to find small ways to d...

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Far-Flung Destinations to Visit Once You’re Ready to Travel Again

By Micki Wagner - 30th July 2020

And what you need to know now about how vacationing is changing. Travel is changing, this we know. To be fair, everything these days is changing, but as we move into the latter part of summer and destinations across the globe continue to cautiously reopen, ...

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Meet 5 Unexpected Eco Warriors Who Are Fighting to Save Our Planet

By Jackie Caradonio - 2nd April 2020

The trailblazers—from architecture to politics—who are challenging the status quo. If you’re anything like us, thoughts of the deteriorating environment have permeated your consciousness. Reading recent studies on the alarming effects of plastic pollution a...

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‘Off-Piste’ Safaris Offer True Off-the-Grid Experiences

By Jackie Caradonio - 26th June 2019

Nicola Shepherd has been going to Africa for 30 years, exploring new destinations and taking clients on trips of a lifetime. Now she’s introducing the “off-piste safari,” a truly bespoke bush experience. While on a jaunt from South Africa to Rwanda to Kenya...

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Do-Good Adventures That Will Change Your Life

By Jackie Caradonio - 8th October 2018

These philanthropic travel experiences are sending donors on unforgettable journeys. Nicola Shepherd won’t take you on safari unless you’re willing to work for it. The founder of the UK’s Explorations Company has been organizing travel to Africa for nearly ...

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Explorations Company’s Latest Adventure Is a Do-Good Twist on the Classic Safari

By Livia Hoosen - 25th August 2018

This 12-day safari immerses guests in the conservation efforts happening across the Kenyan bush—endangered rhino and giraffe sightings included. Seriously over-the-top safaris seem to be swinging into our viewfinders more than ever. With everything from exc...

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The Future of Travel: Where Will 2020 Take Us?

By Jackie Caradonio - 23rd May 2018

Chad, Saudi Arabia, and Sudan are all on the brink of tourism booms. Who’s coming with us? It wasn’t long ago that 2020 sounded more like the title of the next science-fiction blockbuster than a year we’d actually live to see. But as the 21st century’s teen...

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Chad and Madagascar

By Jackie Caradonio - 30th April 2018

If the royal couple have an adventurous streak—then a trip to Chad is just the honeymoon trip to scratch the intrepid itch. “The dreamy, Bedouin-style Camp Nomade in Zakouma National Park is so exclusive and in such high demand, most people have to wait unt...

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How to experience Africa with attitude

By Christabel Milbanke - 5th March 2018

A breath-taking safari to the heart of Africa, where close encounters with elephants and leopards stir the soul. This transports seekers of adventure to key conservation lodges across Kenya via breath-taking bespoke flight-paths. Its specially outfitted, 11...

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A Wild Journey to Madagascar’s Newest Private-Island Paradise

By Laurie Werner - 16th February 2018

Madagascar’s Miavana brings new frills and thrills to this African oasis. An unrivalled combination of wildlife, jungle, mountains, and beach, this island nation the size of Kenya is equal parts natural laboratory, adventure playground, and pure paradise. W...

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