Masai Warrior watching sunset in the Serengeti

Tantalizing Tanzania – Gem of East Africa

April 27, 2015

Tanzania has been synonymous with wildlife for decades; almost a quarter of the total landmass of the country has been set aside for wildlife preservation, and her extensive network of national parks and reserves are thought to be home to almost 20% of Africa’s remaining large animals.

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    Durbar Square, Kathmandu

    Discovering Kathmandu’s Durbar Square and 5 of its must-see highlights

    Pip
    April 20, 2015

    Durbar Square lies at Kathmandu’s heart - a complex of palaces, ancient temples and courtyards, honouring Nepal’s revered deities and housing the city’s royal history up until the 19th century. Streets overflowing with life radiate from its edges, carrying with it Nepal’s residents as they go about their daily lives.

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      Whale Shark, Thailand

      Five of Thailand’s best diving sites to suit all experience levels

      Pip
      April 16, 2015

      Thailand has long been a firm favourite amongst divers. Not only does it boast an astounding marine diversity, but also a variety of underwater landscapes ranging from shallow coral gardens to challenging wrecks and deep caverns.

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        Bentota Beach

        Beaches of Sri Lanka — where to surf, where to relax

        April 09, 2015

        With a coastline spanning 1600 kilometres, Sri Lanka has no shortage of beautiful beaches. An island nation situated along the tropical equator, Sri Lanka is abundant in golden sand beaches, lush greenery and plenty of sunshine all year round. With so many choices, you may be wondering if every beach offers the same experience or not.

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          Lare Trek to Machu Picchu

          Trekking Peru's Lares Trail within Machu Picchu's Sacred Valley

          Pip
          April 02, 2015

          I remember the overwhelming beauty of Machu Picchu - its bulbous green hills scattered with ruins from an age I couldn’t comprehend and the seemingly impossible terrain of the Sacred Valley in which it was built. But it was the three days spent trekking in its surrounds that stand most vividly in my memory.

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