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Brits flock to birdwatch: Young men are the most likely to have been birdwatching

Brits flock to birdwatch: Young men are the most likely to have been birdwatching

While news this week broke that birdwatching can improve mental health, it seems that it’s young Brits who are the most likely to flock towards the hobby.

Perth's whale highway, the whales are coming!

Perth's whale highway, the whales are coming!

Perth's coastline offers some of the closest whale watching experiences in the world, if you are lucky you can actually see whales whilst standing on the beach!

Garonga Safari Camp in South Africa is reborn

Garonga Safari Camp in South Africa is reborn

In the tourism industry there are refurbs – and then there are REFURBS! And Garonga's recent 3-month makeover has on all accounts been more like a rebirth!

Unique summer tours to Alaska “the last frontier”

Unique summer tours to Alaska “the last frontier”

Whether admiring magnificent grizzlies roaming around untamed landscapes, observing great herds of caribou migrating across the tundra or spotting puffins, sea lions and otters from the deck of an expedition cruise ship, Alaska during the summer months is like nowhere else.

Summit to Sea - From Kilimanjaro to Zanzibar

Summit to Sea - From Kilimanjaro to Zanzibar

For anyone looking to combine three iconic travel experiences in Africa in just two weeks, World Expeditions is launching the perfect trip this summer, taking you from Kilimanjaro's summit to the white sand beaches of Zanzibar after game viewing at Tanzania's magnificent national parks.

UK’s children believe in dragons, not dragonflies

Research from UK holiday property rental company, holidaycottages.co.uk has revealed that one in seven children believes that they might come across fictional creatures from the Harry Potter series in the British countryside.

Dine with great white sharks courtesy of new aqua sub

Dine with great white sharks courtesy of new aqua sub

Fancy a bite with a great white? In an Australian first, Adventure Bay Charters on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula has launched an aqua submarine, perfect for observing sharks in their natural environment without getting wet.

Spring moments in the National Forest

Spring moments in the National Forest

Bottle-feed tiny lambs, explore dazzling bluebell woods, enjoy festivals galore – there are lots of moments to treasure and magical memories to create on a spring visit to the National Forest & Beyond.

Urban bee keeping workshops

Urban bee keeping workshops

With our bees continuing to face major challenges, Camilla Goddard of Capital Bee is keen to mobilise more of us to step up for bees and is holding small group taster bee keeping workshops at St Ermin's Hotel, central London during the Chelsea Fringe

Big Cat conservation and tracking projects 2015

Big Cat conservation and tracking projects 2015

As part of its extensive wildlife portfolio, Steppes Travel introduce four very unique and exclusive Big Cat trips, all of which highlight its commitment and deep rooted ethos in hands on conservation and making a difference.

Zoom in on Africa with Getting Stamped

Zoom in on Africa with Getting Stamped

Safari specialist, Acacia Africa has joined forces with Getting Stamped to create an exciting camping overland departure focused on photography.

Free flights on a Kruger safari holiday

Free flights on a Kruger safari holiday

Specialist tour operator Gane and Marshall has teamed up with Isibindi Africa Lodges in South Africa to offer a discount on a twin-centre safari package to the Kruger National Park as part of a “Free Flights” special offer on departures in February 2015.

Historic Beechey Island now more accessible

Historic Beechey Island now more accessible

Quark Expeditions is excited to introduce Franklin’s Lost Expedition, a unique excursion to Nunavut’s Beechey Island exclusively for passengers staying at the Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, Quark’s first land-based expedition.

Honeymoon and family cottages in Meru National Park, Kenya

Honeymoon and family cottages in Meru National Park, Kenya

The iconic Elsa’s Kopje located in Meru National Park, Kenya on the site where Born Free was filmed and Joy and George Adamson released Elsa the lioness has completed a makeover offering more suites for honeymooners and families.

Zambian rhino puts spotlight on poaching crisis

Zambian rhino puts spotlight on poaching crisis

Zambia’s Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park now has its own celebrity rhino, Inongwe a rising star on Acacia Africa’s Twitter and Facebook pages.