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Featured in The Times: Three extraordinary private camps in the Okavango Delta

We recently arranged a private safari to Botswana for The Times journalist Lisa Grainger. Lisa was particularly interested in exploring the Okavango Delta privately and discovering the best camps for families, so we were delighted to curate an extraordinary...

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Featured in The Times: 3 top new luxury eco-camps in Zambia

We recently arranged an extraordinary safari for The Times journalist Lisa Grainger, highlighting three luxurious and unique camps that are committed to making a positive impact on the surrounding environment. Find out what happened on her luxury adventure.

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What are the top 5 luxury travel trends that you need to know about for 2022-2023?

After several years of challenging travel restrictions and countries closing their borders to visitors for long periods, the world is now emerging into a new era of travel. Our newly regained freedom to explore distant lands, interact with vibrant cultures ...

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An expert's guide to extraordinary Antarctic expeditions

One of the most highly rewarding growth areas in recent years for intrepid travellers has been expeditionary travel. This has focused on, for obvious reasons, remote regions of the planet such as the more inaccessible areas of the Arctic and Antarctic and H...

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How to have peace of mind and travel with confidence during COVID!

I think most of us have reconciled ourselves to the fact that COVID-19, like any virus, will (although hopefully dormant) be around for the foreseeable future even though, like the ‘flu, mutations will continue; at present there are over 50 new mutations re...

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Featured in The Times: How TEC use travel to help save the Planet

The Explorations Company was delighted to feature in Lisa Grainger's article in The Times on 6th March 2021, focussing on companies that give back whilst experiencing the wonders of the planet.

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How did you fare in our Explorations travel quiz? Answers here!

We know our recent quiz caused some head-scratching! But, by the same token, we hope that all those who “had a go” had fun working out their replies.

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Why is philanthropic travel more important now than ever?

Over recent years, there has been an increasing awareness of world issues and global needs and as such, there has been a recent surge in travelling as a means to give back.

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Are you an Explorations travel expert? Try our quiz!

We have compiled an unusual quiz as part of the “Travel From Home” series we are running during the Covid-19 pandemic. The quiz is designed to be challenging, stimulating and amusing; how will you fare?!

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How can I maintain social distancing on holiday/vacation?

Travellers will be asking one big question right now: How can I travel safely post Covid-19 and will I still be required to observe social distancing? It’s a question that merits serious thought. The obvious answer is to travel privately. Not only does this...

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Why was the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference so important for conservation?

The illegal wildlife trade is the fourth largest criminal activity in the world, whose actions impact not only the natural resources of each individual country but also the direct livelihood of local communities. Nearly 7000 species, and therefore their fra...

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Minke Whale Tagging Expedition in Antarctica reveals the secrets of a whale’s eye view for the very first time

I am very excited to be able to share a scientific first with you that is aiding in the ongoing protection of a pristine wilderness. Antarctica offers the perfect haven for many species of the world’s cetaceans, including the elusive minke whale.

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Can you fly to Antarctica by Private Jet?

Antarctica has never been more accessible than it is now and yet it remains that last frontier, that final untouched wilderness. For some decades now, intrepid travellers have had the opportunity to reach the White Continent by voyaging across the southern ...

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Why South Georgia and the Falkland Islands are a must for your bucket list

If you have the desire to see penguins in their natural habitat in vast numbers, the answer is, of course, to head to the southern hemisphere.

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Antarctica – the Ultimate Wildlife Journey

Antarctica – the last great and remote wilderness. Whilst many destinations claim to offer the journey of a lifetime, we think this is the ultimate in that category. What could compare to arriving on an uninhabited continent to find colonies of penguins, se...

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Choosing the best Antarctica cruise

Travelling to the far south to the mesmerizing ‘White Continent’ is a big decision. It is perhaps the ultimate destination for adventurous travellers; a destination that truly deserves to warrant the phrase ‘the holiday of a lifetime’.

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Shackleton Centenary Voyages – The Epic Journey of a Lifetime

This coming Antarctic season (2016-2017) offers you the chance to immerse yourself not only in the incomparable beauty of Antarctica’s wildlife and spectacular landscapes but in the remarkable story of one of the most gruelling journeys and ultimately darin...

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