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Photos from Churchill Polar Bear Adventures

Photos from Churchill Polar Bear Adventures

Natural Habitat Adventures July 12, 2018 0

“I think my favorite moment was seeing the polar bears for the first time. They are so majestic, and as they come closer to the Polar Rovers, it’s exhilarating. Seeing all the little cubs

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A Magical Experience at the Taj Mahal

A Magical Experience at the Taj Mahal

Natural Habitat Adventures June 30, 2018 0

Our day began with an early departure from the Agra hotel at 5:30 a.m. After two weeks of early morning wildlife drives on our India safari, it wasn’t much of a challenge. We all

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Scotland’s Wild Islands: A Right-to-Roam Photo Essay

Scotland’s Wild Islands: A Right-to-Roam Photo Essay

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 26, 2018 3

There is nothing so beautiful as the wild Highlands of Scotland—with the exception of, perhaps, its feral islands. Scotland has nearly 800 of them, most of which are found in four main groups: Orkney, Shetland,

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Traveler Story: Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

Traveler Story: Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures June 23, 2018 4

“Our two-week wildlife tour in Alaska was one of the best trips ever, filled with close viewing of grizzly bears, orca and humpback whales, puffins, moose, sea otters, dall sheep, mountain goats, an amazing

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Scotland’s Wild Highlands: A Numbered Photo Journal

Scotland’s Wild Highlands: A Numbered Photo Journal

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 19, 2018 14

Surrounded by the bracing waters of the North Sea to the east, and the North Atlantic Ocean to the west and north, Scotland is a place of rugged coastlines, of mountains and valleys, and

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Salty Asterix of the Antarctic Seas | Olaf’s Corner

Salty Asterix of the Antarctic Seas | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver June 14, 2018 0

It was a dark and stormy night in the northern Antarctic Ocean… We were two days out of Port Stanley in the Falklands and the freezing wind ripped through the mast rigging. Our 65-foot

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