The Next Hot Safari Spot

On October 2, 2012 By

Majete National Park is one of the greatest conservation success stories and Mkulumadzi lodge is helping write its pages to …

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There are very few glaciers in the entire world that are still expanding (thank you, global warming), but Argentina’s …

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You Know You Are In Peru When…

On August 10, 2012 By

With Machu Picchu as the trump card, Peru is more touristy than any other country we visited in …

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There is a traffic jam of Cinderella-style carriages outside the Pyin Oo Lwin train station. The trappings of …

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Reaching the End of the World

On April 25, 2012 By

When a place is called “Tierra del Fuego” (Land of Fire), and “The southernmost city in the world,” things …

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Our First African Safari

On August 18, 2012 By

We made it to Africa! As the greatest rewards for our 23-hours of travel, we went straight on …

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At the tip of the continent, the rugged coast of South Africa called for a road trip. The …

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So Much More Than Ankgor Wat

On November 11, 2013 By

We’ve seen hundreds of incredible historical monuments and archaeological sites on our HoneyTrek, but up until this point, …

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When your country is 2,653 miles long, a lot changes from the far north to the deep south. …

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Sadly, the history of African safari has ugly roots in game hunting and exploitation of native land but …

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