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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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  • 26 Sep 2018
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  • Travel Story
  • Claire Boobbyer
The world is my oyster

Penguin party and the Cape of Good Hope

The last time I eyeballed a penguin it was underwater – swimming with the knee-high Humboldt bird while they torpedoed around me – in the Galapagos many years ago. This time I was on land, thousands of miles in another direction, staring up at its cousin, the petite African penguin on its favourite beach in South Africa.
  • 20 Aug 2018
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  • Travel Story
  • Kiri Nowak
Selfies around the world

Costa Rica's coolest creatures - The most memorable animals I saw on my trip

Find out which awesome animals I saw on my recent trip to Costa Rica. I've picked 11 animals that I feel are the coolest of the bunch. From baby sea turtles to sloths and butterflies, Costa Rica boasts an abundance of wildlife.
  • 14 Aug 2018
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  • Travel Story
  • Claire Boobbyer
The world is my oyster

A high-flying view of Table Mountain

Freewheeling down a mountain at speed was my kind of fun. We humans have always wanted to fly and scootering down Table Mountain with the wind in my hair felt like flying to me. It was sky-high exhilaration under the warming rays of the African sun.
  • 06 Aug 2018
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  • James Corporal
Off the beaten track

Going rogue in Tanzania - beyond the tourist trail

Tanzania is known first and foremost, for its safari appeal, its rugged, wilder feel (when compared to next door Kenya), its fascinating tribal life and the paradisical glory of Zanzibar island. While most visitors can be classified into visiting the following trio of attractions: Arusha, Ngorongoro and Serengeti; there is more than Tanzania than safari and game-viewing and more than one way and one place to experience all the country has to offer. Welcome to a guide on going rogue in Tanzania.
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