Tibet

The Tibetan Plateau high in the Himalayas is a place of contrasts. The Tibetan people are well known for their friendliness and hospitality, despite brutal treatment by the ruling Chinese who have annexed the area. While Tibet might be an […]

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Penguins in Antarctica

Antarctica

Antarctica is the only uninhabited continent; with no permanent settlements, although there are several scientific research stations. With a population of only 70 people per million square kilometres in winter, this is definitely the place to go to get away […]

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Glen Affric, Scotland

Despite being widely regarded as one of the most beautiful glens in Scotland, Glen Affric’s location in the far north of the Highlands and lack of road access means it’s rarely featured on tourist itineraries. However those that do make […]

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Tasmania, Australia

The island of Tasmania is often overlooked by visitors to Australia, but it has some of the best wilderness trails on the entire continent. With most of the island within a 4 hour drive from Hobart, it’s perfect for anyone […]

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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda

Our penultimate stop for Wilderness Week are the forests of central Africa. Straddling an area split between Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo these dense and sparsely populated jungles are home to some of the most incredible creatures […]

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Natural Bridges, Utah, USA

Our next highlight on Wilderness Week is the Natural Bridges Park in Utah, USA. During the day, check out the incredible rock bridges carved by millions of years of erosion. At night, the park offers some of the best stargazing […]

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Omo Valley, Ethiopia

Our next stop in Wilderness Week is the Omo Valley in south west Ethiopia. Near the border with South Sudan and Uganda, this area has long fascinated archaeologists and anthropologists for its diverse mix of people. Standing on the crossroads […]

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