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Botswana Safari Surprises Travelers with Rare Leopard Sighting

Botswana Safari Surprises Travelers with Rare Leopard Sighting

WWF April 26, 2017 0

WWF Senior Writer, Deborah Ackerman had a rare and thrilling sight while accompanying a Nat Hab trip through Botswana, a mother leopard hiding two of her young cubs. Below is a photo essay and

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Traveler Story: The Grand India Wildlife Adventure

Traveler Story: The Grand India Wildlife Adventure

Natural Habitat Adventures April 20, 2017 0

“The trip to India was fantastic. We saw six tigers, including a mother with two cubs. The first sighting was especially thrilling, partly just because she was the first, but also because of her

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Traveler Story: Botswana—Kalahari, the Delta & Beyond

Traveler Story: Botswana—Kalahari, the Delta & Beyond

Natural Habitat Adventures April 17, 2017 0

“One evening, after a long day of safari drives in the bush, we came upon a young male lion right as dusk was falling. Rather than head back to camp, we decided to follow

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Being Present and Finding Peace in the Galapagos Islands

Being Present and Finding Peace in the Galapagos Islands

Natural Habitat Adventures April 10, 2017 0

The Galapagos is one of my favorite places on the planet! I am very fortunate, I know, to have been able to visit these islands more than once. When you travel somewhere new, of

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The Punta Arenas Necropolis at World’s End | Olaf’s Corner

The Punta Arenas Necropolis at World’s End | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver March 23, 2017 0

Natural Habitat Adventures’ primary focus is to bring our guests into the greatest of nature places, where animals are aplenty and respectfully viewed in their natural surroundings. Three years ago, I was getting ready

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The Reality of Polar Bears and Climate Change

The Reality of Polar Bears and Climate Change

Natural Habitat Adventures March 21, 2017 0

I have always dreamed about seeing polar bears in their natural habitat and experiencing the brisk breeze of the Canadian tundra, but once my foot stepped off the plane in Churchill, Manitoba, my heart

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