ON THE EDGE OF REASON

“Embarking on an adventure is a form of release. When your most immediate concerns are to keep warm, save fuel and pack enough food, there is little space for extraneous

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MEET THE ANCIENT TRIBES ALONG THE OMO RIVER

Stanley Stewart ventures down the Omo River to uncover the lifestyle of the other-worldly tribes living beside the water. In a culture where the Western up is down and the Western down is up, anything goes in this traditional and remote corner of the world.

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WHAT A CARRY ON: FIVE COMPANIES THAT ARE CHANGING THE FACE OF LUGGAGE AS WE KNOW IT

Innovative startups may have caused a storm in a lot of areas in the travel industry, but until recently few have thought to rethink suitcases. Emma Tucker fills us in on startups and hotels who are working to fill this potential goldmine of a gap in the market, and to make schlepping our stuff from A to B that little bit easier.

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WILDLIFE ON THE GALAPÁGOS ISLANDS: A ‘LOVE’ STORY

Stanley Stewart examines the behavioural trends of the wildlife on the Galapágos Islands. Transfixed by the coquettish behaviour of two blue-footed boobies on the North Seymour Island, he contemplates the two questions as old as time itself: Will they? Or won't they?

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FROM FARMLAND TO WONDERLAND: INTRODUCING BISATE LODGE, WILDERNESS SAFARIS’ NEWEST PROPERTY

Bisate Lodgings, the newest property from Wilderness Safaris, finally opened its doors in the summer of 2017 in North Rwanda. Although still a recent addition to the company, the property already has more than just its fabulous interiors on its mind.

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WHAT TO DO DURING AN EXTINCTION

Ditch Beyonce and make like David Attenborough: that's Anton Crone's advice for helping to avoid the sixth mass extinction in the history of our planet.

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