TravelIntelligent Travel When you’ve spent more than a decade on the road, you get asked some pretty interesting questions. The one query I get most, though, is about packing: what to take, what to leave,
Human Journey This was an emotional moment for game ranger Jaques-Pierre Joubert, who captured a remarkable set of photos along with colleague Roan Ravenhill in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, South Africa.
For the first time ever, nature lovers and photography buffs everywhere are being given a chance to choose a winner in the esteemed "Wildlife Photographer of the Year" competition. To mark the prestigious
Changing Planet The largest arapaima caught on record for many years in Guyana at 8 feet long. It has become increasingly rare to find arapaima reaching 8 feet or greater in the wild. Guest post by Lesley
Two new reports find that great white shark populations are recovering after years of fishing pressure on the East and West Coasts. It's a bad time to be a seal. That's because great white sharks are the
New Zealand is a naturalist’s dream – but its one-of-a-kind flora and fauna are threatened by invasive species. Can travellers help… by hunting? I’d just finished a delicious four-course dinner at Kauri
TravelInsider's Guide Both the solitude of the alpine ridge and the throngs of the valley are part of the experience when you visit Yosemite National Park. “No temple made with human hands can compare
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