The Best of Our Autumn Travel Content

We hate to begin with bad news, but there’s no avoiding it: summer is officially over. However, rather than dwelling on all the negatives (bye bye sunshine, sandals and copious amounts of ice cream), let’s all focus on the positives. Autumn is here, and that means loads of exciting things…

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Livingstone, Zambia. Beyond the Falls.

With a mix of British architecture, museums, markets and traditional village life existing effortlessly alongside budget hostels and five-star hotels, Livingstone is at the heart of Zambian tourism. Founded in 1905 and named after the renowned Scottish explorer Dr David Livingstone, the city owes its existence primarily to Victoria Falls,…

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The Marataba Conservation Camps. Balancing Tourism with Conservation.

In a privately managed 21,000 hectare portion of the Marakele National Park – an exclusive wilderness at the foot of South Africa’s scenically beautiful Waterberg mountain range, Marataba Conservation Camps host a range of innovative and conservation-themed safaris from their sensitively placed accommodations. As written for Amadi Travel and appears…

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Big, Burly Tranquilo Travel Gear Roundup!

35 Tranquilo Gift Ideas for People who Like to go Camping By Joshua Berman This summer, as I’ve been researching and writing the new edition of my book, MOON COLORADO CAMPING (6th edition coming in Spring, 2020, people!) and writing camping articles for The Denver Post, Elevation Outdoors, and other publications,…

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Outdoor Travel & Adventure Gift Guide 2020.

Whether the people on your shopping list are self-proclaimed outdoor enthusiasts or they’ve had a little too much at-home time this year, surprise them with the gift of adventure. While adventure gear runs the gamut from camping to hiking to kayaking, one commonly overlooked activity is biking. Something I just…

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