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Wayfinders Wanted

Wayfinders Wanted

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 27, 2010 6

Before you decided where you were going to go for your next travel adventure, you probably researched different locales online, picked up brochures from several travel agencies, read books on the areas from the

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The Things You Carry

The Things You Carry

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 13, 2010 11

Spirit Airlines will become the first carrier in U.S. history to charge fliers for putting carry-on bags into its overhead storage bins when it institutes its new fee schedule on August 1, 2010. If

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100 Amazing Places to Protect

100 Amazing Places to Protect

Wendy Redal April 12, 2010 0

Well, if you guessed that you could see them all with Natural Habitat Expeditions, you’d be right, but that’s ultimately not the most important trait they share. These wild animals, along with a host

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Nature Makes Us Good-Natured People

Nature Makes Us Good-Natured People

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 23, 2010 11

You’ve probably read oodles of stories, articles and personal anecdotes on the transformative powers of seeing Churchill’s polar bears. And you’ve most likely read a lot of them here, on Natural Habitat Adventures’ website and

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Please Don’t Banish Bumpy Roads

Please Don’t Banish Bumpy Roads

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 14, 2010 9

I like bumpy roads. Not the ones permeated with potholes big enough to break an axle or skew tires out of alignment, but the “washboard” ones that make your teeth rattle, your words vibrate

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Geotourism: Preserving the Wonder of Places and People

Geotourism: Preserving the Wonder of Places and People

Wendy Redal February 18, 2010 0

The hallmark of Natural Habitat Expeditions is a passion for adventure. While there are few adventures on earth as exhilarating as a kayak expedition in remote Greenland or trekking to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro

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