America is well known for its diverse wildlife, offering visitors the chance to spot rare and elusive species such as bears, wolves and whales. We’ve rounded up six of the very best locations in the U.S. for wildlife watching.
Whether you’re planning to take a safari or you just enjoy photographing animals that you encounter on your travels, it can be overwhelming to capture the photographs that you want to take. We’ve pulled together a list of tips for photographing
Many of us travel because we want to see and interact with exotic and endangered animals that live in far-flung places. But is animal tourism ever ethical?
Biting things in Thailand are not the immediate thought for most travellers to the Kingdom to be wary of, however there are numerous creatures that will happily take a chunk out of you given the chance. Here is a list and how to minimise this risks.
Many game lodges today have more than one operation (bush camps) within walking distance of each other, for those that want to get up close and personal with the vast African bush around them. It's a totally different experience to that of playing animal voyeur, sitting in your six-seat jeep high off the ground.
Travel is a wonderful thing, and for many of us it is our greatest pleasure in life—but there’s no denying that it is bad for the environment. Found out how you can help cut down the environmental impact of travelling.
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