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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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Best time to visit Lamu

Lamu is best visited during the cooler winter months of July and August, or from late November until the end of March.  May – early July and November are traditionally the rainy months, while March and April are the hottest. If you enjoy a bit of cultural colour, visit in November to catch the Maulidi festival, which marks the birth of the Prophet Mohammed....

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When to visit the Kalahari

The northern part of the Central Kalahari is best seen when it’s trickiest to get there – towards the end of the rains between February and late June. However, there is still good game to be had in the dry months between May and October and the cultural experience is unchanged. The Makgadikgadi Pans and Boteti River areas are really dry-season places and...

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When’s the best time to visit Chobe?

Except from the Serondela area of Chobe (along the riverfront where you can enjoy boat trips), the majority of game viewing is done by vehicle and sometimes on foot. From December to March, this area can get pretty sticky in the wet. This particularly applies to the Savute and Linyanti areas. Because of this and the dispersal of wildlife, many tented camps won’t...

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4/4 Taking the road less travelled through rural Rajasthan
Taking the road less travelled through rural Rajasthan

What’s the best way to get around Rajasthan?

Although easily accessible from Delhi, Rajasthan is about the size of Germany so advance planning is needed to enjoy the diversity of the cities, rural towns and villages at a leisurely pace. To cover longer distances flights between major cities can be a good choice and in some cases the train makes for a more comfortable, though not necessarily faster, journey than going by car. ...

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