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The Secret to Having a Life Well-Lived

The Secret to Having a Life Well-Lived

Emily Deemer June 29, 2013 2

We at Nat Hab call ourselves The Nature People because we are nature travel and ecotourism experts.  Watch this truly inspiring video about one of the ultimate Nature People, Jim Whittaker, the first American

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From the Field: China’s Road Less Traveled

From the Field: China’s Road Less Traveled

Emily Deemer June 6, 2013 0

Nat Hab expedition leader Brad Josephs just got back from leading the first two groups of our brand new China trip, The Wild Side of China: A Nature Odyssey.  The success of the itinerary

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Northern Lights Timelapse – Next Best Thing to Being There

Northern Lights Timelapse – Next Best Thing to Being There

Emily Deemer June 4, 2013 6

There are few sights as mystifying as the aurora borealis, aka the Northern Lights.  If you get to see the Northern Lights in person, you are one lucky traveler.  If you can’t get there just

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A Quiet Season Journey in Yellowstone Country

A Quiet Season Journey in Yellowstone Country

guest May 6, 2013 0

An essay in words and images from Nat Hab staff member Andrea Reynolds. I remember the first time I visited Yellowstone National Park. I was driving from Alaska to Colorado after experiencing some of

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Shutting Up in the Dolomites with a World-Class Adventurer | Ben’s Musings

Shutting Up in the Dolomites with a World-Class Adventurer | Ben’s Musings

Ben Bressler March 11, 2013 1

I fancy myself an adventure traveler, but the truth is that compared to those serious adventure guys – the fellas who shave at 6 am and have full beards by noon – I don’t

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A Little Volcano Grit Won’t Ruin an Adventure in Kamchatka! | Olaf’s Corner

A Little Volcano Grit Won’t Ruin an Adventure in Kamchatka! | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver February 13, 2013 0

It’s not unusual, when I’m off on an adventure in some far-flung corner of the world, to be eating some unfamiliar fare… But this gritty feeling inside my mouth was something else entirely. How

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