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If you love nature and wildlife and everything that's wild and natural, this space in our blog is where you will find inspiration to visit some of the world's rarest and most spectacular natural attractions.

Whether you want to do the authentic backpacker's "back to basics" experience and follow routes off-the-beaten-paths or you want to interact with nature without forgoing modern luxuries, here we list every kind of natural adventure you can encounter at a long list of destinations around the world.

From awe-inspiring waterfalls, to jaw-dropping active volcanoes, dense jungles and dreamy cloud rainforests, Mother Nature sure packs a powerful punch of exciting landscapes and here we help you discover some of the most outstanding and strikingly exciting. Through our posts you can find inspiration for your next natural exploits, expeditions and adventures.

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  • 27 Jun 2017
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  • Sasha Wood
Writing the world

Mother Nature's top seven Malaysian masterpieces

Blessed with natural marvels aplenty, Malaysia is a top destination for adventurous travellers to get immersed in Mother Nature.
  • 21 Mar 2017
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  • Travel Story
  • Lucy Grewcock
Always adventuring

Ethical Elephant Tourism in Thailand

Many travellers and animal lovers are seduced by the idea of interacting with elephants on a holiday, and many places in Asia offer tourists an opportunity to ride on their backs, but the experience has been tarnished with reports of the practice being cruel and of exploiters mistreating animals. Yet, there's a right way to get close to these fascinating gentle giants and that's by finding the right ethical company. Keep reading to find out about my personal elephant encounters in Thailand.
  • 17 Jan 2017
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  • Travel Story
  • Lucy Grewcock
Always adventuring

Thailand's five best national park forests

Thailand is blessed with jaw-dropping national parks that blanket its mountains, fill its valleys and spill out onto its beaches. While many tourist brochures show stunning images of coral reefs, remote islands and coastal reserves, there's far more to Thailand's national parks than sea and sand; in fact, some of the country's richest and most pristine wildlife lies in its forests, as I discovered on a recent trip.
  • 05 Dec 2016
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  • Travel Story
  • Sasha Wood
Writing the world

Authentic Arabia - wild wonders and man-made marvels in Oman

From scenic wadis to subtropical waters, Sasha Wood takes a tour of Oman's hidden green oases, shifting sands and remarkable mountain springs, and discovers underwater riches that easily rival the Red Sea.
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