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26Apr 2016
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Trans Africa Overland via the Nile – north or southbound?

Travelling from “Cape to Cairo” is one of the classic overland journeys of our time – so once you have decided to join a Nile trans-Africa trip, the only decision left is whether to travel northbound or southbound. So which is better… read more

Elephant in Lower Zambezi
26Apr 2016
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Alaska – wild and wilder!

There are many reasons why I love Alaska – spectacular scenery, a unique “wild” feel, wide open spaces and great walks/hikes. But one of the biggest drawcards of Alaska for me is the incredible wildlife… read more

Grizzly bear in Denali National Park
26Apr 2016
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Top tips for experiencing Rio Carnival

Think of Carnival and chances are you think of South America, and specifically Rio Carnival which is probably being the most famous of all carnival celebrations and possibly the greatest show on earth. If you are considering an overland journey through South America it could be possible to schedule in carnival depending on what time of year… read more

Colourful costumes at Rio Carnival
24Apr 2016
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Georgia – land of Food & Wine

Georgia, the land of food and wine, is definitely worth putting on your list of countries to see and explore! Having overlanded the Silk Road quite a few times, if asked for my favourite country on the classic Silk Road route from Istanbul to Beijing then Georgia would be my first choice every time… read more

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the things you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." 
Mark Twain

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