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You would not know it from the weather here in the UK but in North Africa spring has started. If you like walking, and hill walking at that, then there are few more spectacular and convenient places to do it than in the Moroccan High Atlas. Kasbah du Toubkal in the trailhead village of Imlil [...]
Anyone who knows India knows that April is hot in the sub-continent, especially in the south, with the heat and humidity starting to build up as the monsoon approaches.
One of the greatest wildlife spectacles in east Africa is the annual wildebeest migration. The wildebeest herds are constantly searching for fresh grasses after the rains, it is almost impossible to predict when and where the best places are to stay.
One part of our work in leopard conservation, is to monitor leopard behaviour using GPS tracking systems. These systems are great when they work, but…….you’re ahead of me…….when they don’t they lead to no end of worry for us.
The Amazon is a great place to go spotting wildlife if you know what you’re looking for or you have a good guide. On the Tucano canoe trips we did we saw lots of different types of birds. It is quite nice just to relax on the boat and look out onto the Amazon trying [...]
“ . . . and do visit our theatre, House on Fire” finished Ruth, our source of all tourist tips. We were dubious, but we were passing, needed a coffee and stopped. It’s in a small complex on the edge of nowhere and we sat gawping while waiting for our coffee.
Tim and I fancied treating ourselves to a luxurious once in a lifetime kind of holiday, but where do you start? I have done quite a bit of travelling in Africa and loved nearly every minute of it, so that was where my pin was going on the map.