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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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1/4 Sunrise at Erg Chebi
Sunrise at Erg Chebi

When is the best time to visit Morocco?

Morocco was described in Michael Palin’s Sahara as a “cold country with a hot sun". This is not a bad generalization for much of the year (apart from probably the summer months when almost everywhere except the mountains and coast is hot to very hot) and if you are unlucky, and the sun is in, you need to be prepared. Having said...

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2/4 Caught by the Paparazzi...before breakfast. Camping in the Gol Mountains
Caught by the Paparazzi...before breakfast.  Camping in the Gol Mountains

How old do children need to be for a safari?

We often get asked how old children should be before they can be taken on safari.  There are two ways of answering this question.  The first is to do with age restrictions that certain camps and lodges impose.  The second is to do with what’s a sensible age to take them, which relates not only to safety, but also to...

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3/4 Approaching game on foot in the Serengeti
Approaching game on foot in the Serengeti

Walking with Wildebeest and Ian Maxwell - Itinerary and Cost

Itinerary in Brief 31 Mar/06 Apr:  Arrive Kilimanjaro Airport, Tanzania.  Transfer by road to Mount Meru Game Lodge. Overnight stay. 01 Apr/07 Apr:  Drive to Serengeti with a Nomad guide. 2 nights Serengeti Safari Camp. 03 Apr/09 Apr:  Drive with Nomad guide to Loliondo Nduara Camp.  Meet Ian Maxwell for start of tracking safari. 5 days tracking and hopefully walking with the wildebeest. 08 Apr/14 Apr:...

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4/4 Harvesting coconuts in the Kerala Backwaters
Harvesting coconuts in the Kerala Backwaters

When is the best time to visit Kerala

The best time to visit Kerala is from November to March. Kerala has a tropical climate and is at its most enjoyable at this time. It is warm, sunny and dry with daytime temperatures from 22 to 30'C. Humidity levels are at their lowest. The hill stations, such as Munnar and range of the Western Ghats are cooler and you will need a fleece, pullover or...

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