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Our friend Bear does his thing wearing the latest hi-tech clobber whereas you'd probably do it all butt naked. It's it's extreme, it's the dream.

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Kaieteur Falls

Guyana

If you thought there were no undiscovered destinations left, think again.

The Peruvian Amazon

The Peruvian Amazon

Whether you stay in a lodge or cruise the Amazon's tributaries on a boat, the wildlife-packed rainforest is unforgettable.

Small orangutan in Borneo

Borneo

One of the most alluring destinations in the Far East, the island of Borneo offers an unparalleled diversity of activities and cultures, and is a destination in its own right, even when not combined with mainland Malaysia.

Rwanda Gorilla Safaris

Rwanda Gorilla Safaris

As home to some 480 gorillas (more than half of the world’s entire gorilla population), the Virunga Mountains play host to one of the most special safari experiences on the planet.

Havelock Island, Andamans

Andaman Islands

Pristine diving + snorkelling elephants + indigenous tribes = one of the world's most original destinations.

Flores & Komodo

Flores & Komodo

Bali and Lombok nab most of the tourist trade in Indonesia, but as more and more travellers appreciate this truly beautiful destination, they are exploring further afield. Java was the first wider foray and now, hard on Javanese heels, come the twin island gems of Flores and Komodo.

South Hamer People in Ethiopia

Southern Ethiopia

Bale Mountains Nation Park (Bale is pronounced ‘bali’) is often over-looked in favour of the Simien Mountains in the north, but a new lodge means this beautiful region – home to 60% of the world’s rarest carnivore, the Ethiopian wolf - is now firmly on the map.

View over Kalaharis

The Kalahari & Makgadikgadi Pans

Botswana's Kalahari is a semi-arid desert and the most species rich in the world.

Argentina Glacier

Glacier Ice Trekking

Southern Argentina’s Los Glaciares National Park stretches parallel to the Andes for over 120 miles, its most famous members being the Perito Moreno, Upsala and Onelli.

Tribe in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is pretty much as close as you can get to frontier travel in this day and age.

Walking Safaris in the South Luangwa

Walking Safaris in the South Luangwa

Think walking safari, think Zambia, or more specifically South Luangwa - still undoubtedly the best place to go for the most authentic and memorable experience.

Dolomites Via Ferrata, Walking Safari

Via Ferrata, Dolomites: Walking Holidays in Italy

Not recommended for anyone with vertigo, the Via Ferrata in the Dolomites, consisting of iron wrung ladders, footpaths and rope bridges, are an exhilarating series of routes that allow non-mountaineers to experience the higher peaks and most dramatic scenery of this most beautiful of mountain ranges.

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