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The trend of outdoor adventure through experiential travel is becoming ever more popular. But when thinking of an active holiday in nature people often think of mountains, diving spots and safaris. But what about lakes? Lakes offer an almost immediate sense of tranquillity, mixed with the excitement that comes with knowing that you can do […]
As the weather gets colder, we’ve been busying away trying to keep warm and – even better – finding exciting destinations for you to go for some winter sun! One of our blog posts this week takes a look at the fate of Nuclear power in America and the implications it has for the planet. […]
It is so easy to forget how lucky we are to have such a diverse, exciting, collection of countries as neighbours. Europe is packed full of inspiration. It is home to the birthplace of democracy, ruins of great empires, Norway’s fjords, and Scottish Highlands, some of the world’s best nightlife and incredible cuisine. Cheap flights […]
If you love nothing more than to venture out into the great unknown, and capture wonderful images of the wildlife that graces our planet, then don’t worry, we’ve got your back. We’ve handpicked our favourite wildlife hotspots where you can photograph some of the world’s most amazing creatures in their natural habitat. Here are 12 […]
A winter ecotour is not always what comes to mind when you think about eco-holidays, especially as sustainable holidays seem to be synonymous with beaches and jungles. So hot on the heals of Max’s big Swedish adventure I pick three of the best winter treats for you to explore. These sustainable winter holidays offer access to […]
I’m taking you on a tour to 12 of the best places to photograph wildlife this week. It was pretty hard but I’ve picked my best places to photograph wildlife from around the world. If you love nothing more than to venture out into the great unknown, and capture wonderful images of the wildlife that […]
Reindeer are known by many names such as ‘Caribou’ (originating from the French word for ‘snow shoveler’), Hrenin (originating from the Norse ‘Horned Animal’) and in many Eastern European languages ‘Po’aw’ (originating from the Iranian word for ‘cattle’). Contrary to what we see in films, their first description associated with Santa Claus they are described […]
Are you crazy about canines? The wolf is a majestic, magnificent creature with an unfair reputation. Wolves are known as fierce animals with a thirst for killing thanks to endless stories, films, books and even fairy tales depicting them this way. This article will show how misunderstood they are and outline the top places to […]
Rewilding Beavers in Europe Rewilding. For anyone who has read George Monbiot’s Feral this will be a familiar and encouraging term. But, for most, it is likely to be a relatively alien concept. Its dictionary definition is: “introducing (animals or plants) to their original habitat or to a habitat similar to their natural one” However, as with most […]