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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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  • 10 Apr 2018
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  • Travel Story
  • Claire Boobbyer
The world is my oyster

My Kiff Kombi Urban Safari in Cape Town

An urban safari I won't forget in a hurry - join me on my journey along Cape Town on a comfortable and colourful 90s Volkswagen Kombi, courtesy of Kiff Kombi Tours, a refreshingly new and cool company offering all-encompassing tours for first-time visitors with stops at the most photogenic stops. A memorable ride through an exceptionally vibrant town that I will fondly remember for years to come. Keep reading below to find out what made the journey so very special.
  • 29 Jan 2018
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  • Travel Story
  • Claire Boobbyer
The world is my oyster

The floral kingdom of Kirstenbosch - Cape Town's blooming botanical gardens

After venturing into one of the world's very few (and first) botanical gardens to be granted the prestigious title of UNESCO World Heritage Site, I found many a wildlife wonder and not only of the verdant kind! Read my guide on how to make the most of a visit to Cape Town's Kirstenbosch gardens with tops tips like why you should make use of one of the free daily guided tours and take plenty of refreshment with you as you meander through the blossoming paths under a radiant sunshine.
  • 11 Dec 2017
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  • Travel Story
  • Sasha Wood
Writing the world

Safari so good - a four-by-four tour of Antigua

From donkeys and stingrays to sugar mills and strange fruit, a cross-country safari on an open-backed jeep is definitely the best way to get to know the sweet and exotic Caribbean island of Antigua.
  • 18 Oct 2017
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  • Lucy Grewcock
Always adventuring

Rodney Bay and Pigeon Island

Pretty and lush Rodey Bay enchants travellers all-year-long with its dreamy beaches and popular attractions. St Lucia's busiest tourist hotspot also lies within close proximity to some eye-opening sights that we got to discover on our first visit, as we hopped to Pigeon Island to explore its scenic twin peaks and ruined forts. Read on to see what encounters fascinated us the most.
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