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A Gift Guide for Billionaires

By Justin Ocean - 3rd December 2018

Billionaires, am I rite? They didn’t get to where they are by wasting money on frivolous things, which means the task of buying a present for one can feel especially fraught.

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Why Ethiopia needs to top your bucket list now

By Samuel Gebre - 27th June 2018

An incredible mix of culture, history, and wildlife makes this a destination unlike any other. Ethiopia is racing toward a bright, modern future. It’s one of the world’s fastest-growing economies; the capital, Addis Ababa, is expanding at breakneck pace; an...

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Forget Machu Picchu: Seven Newly Accessible Wonders of the World - Sudan

By Nikki Ekstein - 6th‎ ‎November‎ ‎2017

These places have all the visual splendor and historic appeal of the world’s most famous monuments. But few tourists have been able to see them—until now. If visiting the world's most ancient temples and monuments—Angkor Wat, Machu Picchu, Chichen Itza, Pet...

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Everest Champagne Breakfast at 18000 feet

By Nikki Ekstein - 5th April 2017

In December 2017, chefs from Noma and London’s Ledbury built the world’s highest-altitude pop-up restaurant at Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal. It sounded like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and in many ways, it was. But in fact, you can pop up to Evere...

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May We Interest You in a 6x6 Romp Through Antarctica?

By Shari Gab - 5th April 2017

Be brave. Be bold. And bring a serious anorak. While it’s not impossible to traverse the South Pole these days, just even contemplating the journey takes some stones of steel. But that’s the Exploration Company’s specialty. And their Antarctica Expedition, ...

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Driving to the South Pole is Coolest Road Trip

By Nikki Ekstein - 23rd March 2017

Looking for the next great undiscovered drive? What about driving so far south, you actually hit the South Pole? You can now make it happen on a roughly two-week-long road trip across Antarctica with The Explorations Company. A road trip where everyone cons...

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Why Zimbabwe should be your next holiday destination

By Lisa Grainger - 13th December 2016

I have been back to Zimbabwe every year for the past three decades, to visit the country of my birth. On my latest trip, I was amazed by the number of old friends returning to tourism as a way of making a living. Over two weeks, every camp I stayed in was f...

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India’s colourful and inspirational travel experiences

By Jo Vickers - 16th June 2014

From new mobile tented camps and restored houseboats in Kashmir to wine-tasting trails and antique hunting, Asian Explorations has been specialising in experiential holidays across India for over 15 years. Here are just some of the options available in Ind...

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Four ways to blow your bonus in South America

By Jo Vickers - 10th April 2014

Tailor-made travel expert The Explorations Company has created several bonus-busting holidays in South America and Antarctica, including an epic ski expedition to the South Pole and an exhilarating riding experience with Ecuadorian Cowboys… Cattle Round-up ...

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Camping in Namibia - Waking up in Wild Landscapes

By Namibia Endless Horizons - 12th August 2012

Aaah, the great outdoors! There aren’t many things that beat the feeling of unzipping your tent at the first cry of a guinea fowl and stepping out to the sight of pink-tinged skies and trees full of twittering birds. Of course, dozing off next to the camp-f...

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Plain to See in the Cradle of Mankind

By Lou Cooper - 24th June 2010

A new initiative allows would-be safari-goers to learn bush craft from the tribespeople of Kenya's Great Rift Valley and Masai Mara. Lou cooper experiences shock and awe in Kenya. Living and working in the sprawling metropolis that is London, the nearest mo...

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