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The End of an Era

After two years of running WildJunket Magazine, we are extremely sad to announce that we have decided to cease publication of the magazine. We want to thank you, our readers, for your patience and understanding. We know that this update is long overdue, but we needed a few months to think it through and weigh […]

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Ushering in 2014: Looking Forward!

Chinese New Year in Singapore

As I looked back at 2013, it occurred to me that I’ve always made it a point to reflect back on what I did each year but I’ve never looked forward and set goals for the future. In 2014, I’m changing things around. Besides compiling a solid bucket list, I’m going to focus on making the […]

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WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 Issue Out Now!

The temperature is rising once again as summer quickly approaches, so to help you plan your jaunts for this summer, we’ve packed a flurry of travel stories from islands far and wide for you in this summer edition! As we announced in our last issue, WildJunket Magazine is now available for FREE on our new site:  www.wildjunketmagazine.com. Each […]

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20 Things You Didn’t Know About Us

Last week, we wrote about the new direction we’re going to take with this blog. From now on, we aim to be more honest and personal here, and we are going to start by sharing a little bit more about ourselves. Most of you who have followed us for a while now may know all […]

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WildJunket Magazine Winter Issue Out Now!

We are back after a long break! Our last issue was a Wildlife Photography Special edition where we brought you the best of our wildlife images. Hope you enjoyed it! If you haven’t downloaded it, just subscribe here to receive a free copy. In this winter issue, we’ve lined up plenty of stories from snowy […]

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What’s New in 2013 for WildJunket Magazine?

A few months ago, we carried out a survey to find out what you thought of our magazine and what we could do to improve it. since our launch, we’ve received plenty of positive comments from our readers, friends and sponsors – but we believe that the only way to improve is to get some […]

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We’re Finalists in the Digital Magazine Awards 2012!

A year ago, we came up with the digital magazine idea, with an aim to interact with our readers on a different level and to reach out to a bigger group of audience. We did some research, asked our readers, and toyed with the idea. In February 2012, it became a reality. Since then, we’ve given […]

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From Blog to Magazine: Our Story

We’ve just returned from a weekend at TBEX (Travel Bloggers Exchange) in Girona, Spain, where we mingled with fellow travel writers and bloggers, swapped ideas and shared a laugh or two. It was great meeting people who share the same passion and ideology and also catching up with old friends from the industry. A few of the sessions were […]

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Vanuatu Photo Essay: Above and Beyond

Vanuatu: Above and Beyond

**We’re now publishing full feature articles from WildJunket Magazine! Here is a photographic essay by Lia Barret with stunning pictures from Vanuatu both under and above water. A below-the-surface look at village life in the archipelago of Vanuatu.  By Lia Barret | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Aug/Sep2012   taring down at the ship for the first time, I feel miniscule, like […]

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Harvest Time in Polynesia

Harvest Time in Polynesia

**We’re now publishing full feature articles from WildJunket Magazine! Here is apiece from our contributing editor Candace Rardon, on her three-week black pearl farming in French Polynesia. We head to a remote corner of the South Pacific for the most exotic working holiday around – three weeks on a black pearl farm.  By Candace Rardon | Originally published […]

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Win 50 Free Magazine Subscriptions from G Adventures

This giveaway has ended. But we will have a few more giveaways coming back shortly, stay tuned! Meanwhile, you can read a preview of our magazine here.  *** For over a year now, I’ve been working closely with G Adventures as one of their Wanderers in Residence. I basically join them on a few adventures […]

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Read WildJunket Magazine Issue #4 for FREE this week!

The issue is no longer available for free. You can still buy the issue here or read a preview of it on our magazine page. Thanks for your support! *** In this issue, we have gathered a very diverse mix of stories from various corners of the world: with a cover feature on tracking grizzly […]

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New WildJunket Magazine App is Now Available!

More exciting announcements on the WildJunket front: the WildJunket Magazine app has just been released! Now you can download it on your iOS device from Apple’s Newsstand. We are tremendously excited to offer yet another way to enjoy WildJunket (apart from Zinio and Magzter).  Apple’s Newstand is the biggest magazine stand in the app store […]

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Turkey: Where East Meets West

*This article was originally published in WildJunket Magazine June/July 2012.  Uniquely straddled across Europe and Asia, Turkey encompasses a thousand worlds at one time. From spice-infused bazaars to envogue European enclaves, this multi-facted country promises to bring you across continents at one go.  By  Mike Dunphy / Originally published in WildJunket Magazine ew countries have a location as […]

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Walking the Camino de Santiago: See You on the Way

Camino de Santiago

**We’re now publishing full feature articles from WildJunket Magazine here! To kickstart the series, here is an inspiring piece from our contributing editor Candace Rardon, on her experience walking the Camino de Santiago. Stretching 500 miles from the French Pyrenees to the coast of Galicia, the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail across northwest Spain is the ultimate […]

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