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Amazingly each of us have been running or planning wilderness travel for more than 20 years, so we know that these sorts of journeys are worth doing properly. We also know that when they are, they can amount to more than a great holiday; they can be life-changing. Here's the bit where you can see what we all look like...

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What's Happening In The World Of Natural High

1/4 Passing through a village in the Annapurna
Passing through a village in the Annapurna

A typical day on trek in Nepal

A typical day on trekking holidays starts early in the morning to avoid too much activity in the midday heat, or, most importantly when trekking in the Himalaya, to catch the clearest weather and the best views. It’s usually the best time too to learn about local life too as families in villages go about their daily chores. If heading to higher...

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2/4 Cheetah in the Serengeti using a termite mound to survey the area for prey
Cheetah in the Serengeti using a termite mound to survey the area for prey

Tanzania visa requirements

Most visitors to Tanzania must have visas.  You can downlaod a Tanzania visa application form here.  Tourist visas are usually issued for a period of 90 days and at present cost in the region of $50 (£35) although you should check with us to ensure that these rates have not changed.  These days it's straightforward to buy your visa on arrival in...

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Getting around in Botswana

Getting around in Botswana - and in particular accessing tiny camps in the Delta - can be a considerable logistical head-ache. For the most part your journey into, out of, and between camps in the Delta will be by private charter. Although the term “private charter" conjures up an opulent, exclusive private-jet type experience, these flights will be mainly in small single or twin-propeller...

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4/4 Large Sambar deer are a common sighting at Satpura
Large Sambar deer are a common sighting at Satpura

A typical day on safari in India

Although no two days are ever the same while on safari in India there is a reassuring rhythm to park life. There are no camps or lodges actually within India’s national parks and you enter and exit them within defined times, generally sunrise and sunset. Morning and/or afternoon ‘game drives’ are arranged for you, a list of names submitted to...

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