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Manitoba is Home to World’s Largest Beluga Population | Summer

kayaking with belugas

Starting this summer, travelers can visit Churchill, Manitoba to view the world’s largest population of beluga whales from mid-June through end-of-August. The scenic western Hudson Bay region is home to 60,000 beluga whales looking to inhabit the warmer waters of the Churchill River and other Northern Manitoba river estuaries (such as the Seal River) after the ice breaks from the…

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Tanzania’s Boutique Tented Lodge Chaka Camps Unveils New Renovations

kiota Camp

Experience glamping in Africa, the place where it all started when Ernest Hemingway and Teddy Roosevelt “glamped” on safari in the early 1900s. Located in Tanzania’s best wildlife destinations, Chaka Camps is a collection of boutique tented lodges offering the ultimate safari experience in comfort and style. Each property, unique in its style and design, is perfectly situated to deliver…

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Bringing Back the Sounds of Captain Cooks Adventure in New Zealand

Captain Cooks Adventure in New Zealand

This month New Zealand In Depth are launching a new experience for guests to step back in time and embark on an adventure into remote areas of Dusky Sound (New Zealand) explored by Captain Cook, all whilst supporting vital conservation work to bring back the call of endemic bird species. Designed to celebrate the history and nature of the remote south west…

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Natural Habitat Adventures Launches ‘Polar Bears in a Changing Arctic’ Expedition

Polar Bears in a Changing Arctic

Natural Habitat Adventures, a leader in responsible wildlife tourism and conservation travel partner of World Wildlife Fund, has announced it will host a Special Expedition: Polar Bears in a Changing Arctic, a first-of-its-kind field education opportunity from October 14-20, 2019 in Churchill, Manitoba. This exclusive departure of the ecotourism company’s 7-day Classic Polar Bear Adventure will take travelers into the…

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Bostwana’s Iconic Jack’s Camp to be Rebuilt and Reopen in May 2020

jacks camp

The iconic Jack’s Camp in the Makgadikgadi, Botswana will be rebuilt and reopen with a luxurious new look in May 2020 to celebrate the camp’s 25th anniversary. The brand-new Jack’s Camp will pay homage to the property’s enduring and much loved 1940s campaign style. The rebuild is being overseen by camp owner and founder, Ralph Bousfield, whose father pioneered safaris…

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Machu Picchu Pueblo – The First City in Latin America to be 100% Sustainable

Machu Picchu Pueblo

Inkaterra, Peru’s leading hotel group in sustainable tourism and hotel development, partnering once again with beverage distribution company the AJE Group, has succeeded in making Machu Picchu Pueblo the first city in Latin America to manage 100% of its solid waste. Continuing their initiatives for the conservation and environmental care of Machu Picchu, AJE Group and Inkaterra presented the first…

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Natural Habitat Adventures to Offset All Carbon Emissions for Travelers

Natural Habitat Adventures

In honor of Earth Day on April 22, 2019, Natural Habitat Adventures, the world’s first 100-percent carbon-neutral travel company, will now offset the carbon emissions stemming from all its guests’ air travel as of 2019 – effectively counteracting approximately 20,000 metric tons (roughly 40 million pounds) of CO2 in a single year. The decision is expected to boost the company’s…

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Celebrate Havana, Cuba’s 500th Birthday this November

Havana Cuba bell tower

Austin Adventures has a knack for observing significant events such as a solar eclipse or the birthday of our national parks. However, one upcoming celebration marks a major New World milestone, the 500th anniversary of the founding of Havana, Cuba. There will be dancing, parades, music and food and this company and a handful of fortunate guests plan to experience…

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