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Family-friendly African safaris to send the kids wild
Taking the whole family with you is the ultimate way to see wild Africa and give kids childhood memories they’ll never forget. Words by Sally Webb.
9 reasons you need to visit Ethiopia
Ethiopia’s highlight reel is perhaps the most extensive of any African country, from the incredibly diverse tribes of the Omo Valley and the ancient coffee ceremony to magnificent rock-hewn churches and the Queen of Sheba’s legacy. Here are 9 things that will make you consider this multifarious Horn of Africa star for your next adventure holiday, writes Steve Madgwick.
5 inspiring self-guided walking holidays to feed your Fitbit
In the age of Fitbit and smart watches attributing calories to every step we take, the pleasure of walking should not be forgotten. Here are five walks that will inspire while you respire.
The 10 most Instagrammed places in the world
Instagram is the traveller’s social media of choice these days and we’ve found the 10 hottest digital travel spots in the world. Here are the 10 most Instagrammed places on earth right now (with thanks to the tag-crunchers at Instagram). How many have you geo-tagged or hash-tagged?
Cycling Amsterdam: a bespoke biker’s guide
Exploring the world’s most cycle-friendly city on two wheels is not as cruisy as it seems. Megan Arkinstall takes Amsterdam one pedal-push at a time.
The 5 most epic UNESCO World Heritage sites
UNESCO's World Heritage list is a beacon for curious travellers and a boon for the site itself. These 5 stand tallest in both splendour & cultural oomph .
Greenland’s ‘other’ side: a photographic odyssey
Greenland is fast warming up as a tourist hot-spot. Glimpses of its eastern, European coastline have long been included in Arctic cruises focusing on Iceland or Svalbard. But it’s Greenland’s vibrant west coast that’s springing to life now. Allow photographer Chris Bray to show you his highlights, especially the amazing Ilulissat.
Our favourite European escapades
The unrivalled diversity of cultures and landscapes in Europe offers a kaleidoscope of experiences; here are some of the IT staff's more memorable escapades.
Snorkelling with beluga whales in Canada’s Hudson Bay
While snorkelling in Arctic waters, Birgit-Cathrin Duval forgets how cold the water is as she sings with the Beluga whales in an undersea duet.
13 things to know about Churchill’s polar bears
Do you dream of seeing a polar bear up close and personal in the wild? Perhaps your best option is Churchill, a tiny outpost on the shores of vast Hudson Bay, in Canada’s sub-Arctic. Here you can take a tour out into the tundra and interact with the mighty sea mammals from the safety of a specially designed buggy. But before you book, here are a few things you might want to know about the bears and the seriously isolated frontier town, too. (Steve Madgwick)
Switzerland’s Jungfrau railway; the most magnificent views of the Alps
Mark Daffey discovers the Jungfrau railway takes you to the top of the Alps and the most breathtaking vistas in Switzerland; all without breaking a sweat.
Wild ride: Road tripping the Yukon
Renting an RV and hitting the very wide and wild open road is the best way to explore the Yukon Territory’s extreme grandeur, writes Katrina Lobley.
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