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7 Great Ways to Explore Morocco

Follow the path.. Imlil, Morocco

orocco boasts of towering mountains, vast deserts and is only one of three countries whose coastlines belong to both Atlantic and Mediterranean regions. Visitors have been continuously drawn into the country due to its depth of culture and amazing sights and landscapes. For those planning a trip to Morocco, here is a selection of fantastic […]

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Sand Dunes and Great Surfs: Wale’s Secret Adventure Travel Hotspot

Rest Bay surfing

Five experiences that make Bridgend County a hidden gem for adventurous travelers You may not have heard of Bridgend County, sandwiched snugly between Cardiff and Swansea along Wales’ stunning coastal path, but this is a destination that has been making waves as a hidden spot for adventure travelers. The county is home to some of […]

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Introducing the Many Faces of Andalusia, Spain

The Alhambra Palace in Granada

Spain means something different to everyone and for many people this country simply conjures up images of sunny beaches, flamenco dancing and paella. But there’s a lot more to this land than those stereotypes and nowhere is this more apparent than in Andalusia, one of Spain’s most diverse regions. A trip to Andalusia will provide […]

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The Beauty of Norway: from Fjords to Mountains and Glaciers

From stunning fjords to massive glaciers and mountains, Norway is packed to the brim with gorgeous, untouched nature waiting to be explored. Thanks to its extreme northern location, it is one of the last remaining wildernesses in Europe. For many, this rugged country remains a mystery – where the midnight sun shines endlessly in summer and the […]

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5 Unusual Family Friendly Destinations to Try in 2015


Just because you are traveling with the kids, doesn’t mean your holiday has to be Disneyland vacations or theme-park resort stays.  Here are some different options to try in 2015 when taking the whole family away on holiday!  Let’s do Dubai Mention Dubai and most people think of skyscrapers, luxury hotels and massive malls. Beyond […]

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Witnessing the First World Nomad Games in Central Asia

Kazakh wrestling

A Photo Essay of the World Nomad Games 2014 ithin ten minutes of arriving, I watched as Kazakh wrestler and his Afghani opponent flew well off the mats and directly over my head into a crowd of excited spectators. While the danger of being squished beneath three hundred pounds of Central Asian sportsmen would come […]

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7 Off-Track Countries that Are Worth Checking Out

Tbilisi, Georgia

There are many well-known tourist destinations in the world, and they’re popular for good reason. But, imagine having incredible local experiences, lazing on world-class beaches, and exploring untouched terrain…with hardly a tourist in sight! Getting off the beaten path once in a while is something that every traveler should aim to do, the experiences you’ll […]

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Off-Road Adventures Around Australia

Off road driving

If you like to enjoy a taste of adventure when you travel, then four-wheel driving might be a fun new activity for you to try out on your next Aussie holiday. Off-road travel has become increasingly popular over the years, no doubt due to the freedom and flexibility it offers and the sense of exploration […]

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Introducing the Garden Route

Garden Route 1

With my toes curled over the edge of the 216 meters high bridge, clammy hands down by my sides and my heart thumping in my chest, the view of Tsitsikamma National Park was spectacular. However I wasn’t there to admire the stunning scenery, I was there to take the leap of faith from the world’s biggest bungy […]

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10 Unusual Adventure Activities

Scooter riding in Saigon

The true adventurer never stops looking for new and exciting ways to discover a country; even on a second or third visit it’s possible to take part in an activity not previously experienced. And while it takes a lot to beat a canoe safari in Botswana, white water rafting in Iceland or shark cage diving in […]

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7 of the Cheapest Travel Destinations in the World

Taj Mahal

// Travel has a reputation for being expensive, but whilst that’s often the case it’s equally true that there are some exceptional bargains around if you’re willing to spread your wings a bit further. In many parts of the world it’s possible to live on only a few pounds a day – or in luxury […]

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10 Autumn Walking Spots

Le cinque terre - Vernazza

With the summer season coming to an end, autumn is almost hear and I start craving long walks over fall’s foliage. There is no better way to warm yourself up than by heading out on a hiking trips, leaving all your worries behind. Let’s not forget it’s a great way to explore a destination as […]

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A Walk on Poland’s Wildside

**We’re now publishing full feature articles from WildJunket Magazine! Here is a Dispatch article about Poland by our contributor Sasha Heseltine. Look beyond Gdansk and Krakow to the highly protected national parks in northeast Poland – home to elusive wildlife, back-country adventures and Europe’s last primeval forest. By Sasha Heseltine | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Aug/Sep2012 resh snow, […]

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Surprising Peru

**We’re now publishing full feature articles from WildJunket Magazine! Here is a Travel Guide article about Peru by our contributor Esme Fox. From the mystical peaks of the Andes to the verdant Amazon rainforest, Peru defies all expectations with a mix of ancient ruins, colonial cities and endless opportunities for adventure.  By Esme Fox | Originally published […]

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10 Cities with Spectacular Views from Above

London Cable Car

When it comes to exploring a new city, most people opt for grabbing a map and donning a sturdy pair of walking boots. But by far the best way to get your bearings (and some pretty epic photos) is by taking to the air. London is the latest city to add a cable car to […]

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