Great Wildebeest Migration, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

How to plan a trip to witness the Great Wildebeest Migration in Africa

Pip
March 24, 2016

The Great Wildebeest Migration is one of the world’s most impressive wildlife spectacles, with more than a million wildebeest, accompanied by vast numbers of zebra, eland, Thompson’s gazelle, and opportunistic predators such as lions, hyenas, leopards and cheetahs on the move almost 3,000 kilometres across Eastern Africa.

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    March 07, 2016

    While the south of Thailand is known throughout the world for its idyllic tropical beaches and palm-fringed islands, the north of the country has revealed itself as an eco-adventure paradise. The rugged, jungle-clad mountains that stretch northeast to the border with Laos and northwest to the Burma frontier are home to small ethnic minorities, commonly referred to as hill tribes.

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      February 22, 2016

      Even for those who have never travelled the east coast of Africa, just the word 'Zanzibar' is infused with an ancient exoticism that tells tales of its spice and slave trade under Omani Sultans and Portuguese colonisers. Zanzibar is only 25 kilometres from mainland Tanzania, but feels a whole world apart.

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        February 01, 2016

        It’s one of Central America’s most beautiful cities and the start or end point of tours in and out of Guatemala. Antigua, oozing charm and faded glory, is not a destination you want to rush. From wandering through the magnificent architectural ruins along cobble-stone streets to experiencing the bustle of local Guatemalan life, the city is a living, breathing museum of its Spanish colonial legacy.

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          Poised on the Equator, vibrant, diverse and unforgettable, Kenya is a microcosm of modern-day Africa. Kenya and wildlife go hand-in-hand and the prosperity of the country is inextricably linked to her superior wildlife viewing destinations.

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            Top 5 things to do in Cambodia's remote Koh Kong Province

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            January 11, 2016

            Fringed by an undeveloped coastline and housing a lush, mountainous interior, Cambodia’s remote Koh Kong Province is an adventure traveller’s dream. It may be well off the tourist trail but this region in the far southwest of the country offers a wealth of beauty, from pristine beaches to multi-tiered waterfalls and species-rich mangrove forests.

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