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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 Hindu holy men at Pashupatinath in the Kathmandu Valley
Hindu holy men at Pashupatinath in the Kathmandu Valley

What is there to see in the Kathmandu Valley?

We think that many people rush on too quickly to other places in Nepal before getting to know the valley around Kathmandu. There's lots to see and do, different ethnic groups to meet, interesting hikes - and there are often distant views of the Himalaya from the valley rim. Patan (Lalitpur) Just across the holy Bagmati River about 5km (3 miles) southeast of Kathmandu city,...

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2/4 Elephant and his mahout at Amber
Elephant and his mahout at Amber

10 reasons to visit Rajasthan

Royal palaces complete with resident maharajas who enjoy nothing more than conversation with guests Wild landscapes of vast deserts and rugged hills perfect for hiking, cycling, camel treks and jeep safaris Impregnable forts with incredible stories of Rajput chivalry and derring-do Magical festivals of colour and lights, huge fairs trading horses, camels and cattle Villages frequented by snooty camels and trundling bullock carts, wandering cows...

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What’s the best way to get around India?

India is a vast country and we generally recommend focussing your trip on one area. Most of the time we try to keep the use of internal flights in India to a minimum but sometimes they are the most suitable way to travel long distances in a short time. From mid-December to mid-January fog can delay flights in northern India and those to remote mountain...

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Where to find the real safari experience in Botswana

If you're after an authentic safari experience in Botswana; something "real",  then there are a few notable offerings in Botswana. Our current pick of the litter includes the following places: Chobe under Canvas and Savute under Canvas for their unerring commitment to providing no-frills, stylish comfort in a mobile-tented camp format. The camps move every 4-5 days and can operate in some of...

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