From the dramatic mountains and serene fjords to the rich cultures and diverse wildlife, the Chilean Fjords of Patagonia took Amy on a remarkable journey.
For travellers with a curious spirit and an adventurous heart, seeing the spectacle of the lights in the Arctic – which has achieved almost reverential status amongst travellers – is something that can’t be satisfied merely by looking at photographs and documentaries or listening to other people recounting their travel stories. This incredible natural phenomenon […]
The Northwest Passage is the sea route through Northern Canada’s Archipelago, connecting the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean. Why should you visit this remote wilderness?
Costa Rica has become world renowned as a haven for biodiversity. Not only does the extensive biodiversity provide an abundance of natural beauty, it creates a home for thousands of plant species and animals.
I am a natural history radio and television presenter with a passion for the marine environment. I learnt to scuba dive in the shadow of Skomer Island and always feel at home when I’m in or on the water.
‘Our Man in Stanley’, Andy Pollard is as Falklands as they come. Friendly, courteous and welcoming, he knows most of his fellow islanders by their first name. Andy grew up spending time on Sealion Island where his mother Jenny was the lodge guide for many years. He is also a successful wildlife and birding guide […]
Wildlife and documentary cameraman Doug Allan Amongst the world’s most respected wildlife cameramen, Doug Allen has worked on countless TV shows and documentaries including Planet Earth, Blue Planet, Frozen Planet and Life In The Freezer. Alongside filming (and winning eight Emmys), Doug has published his own remarkable book ‘Freeze Frame. He also finds time in […]
The South, and South West coast of England have a distinctly-mesmerising natural beauty. Moving West through Devon and Cornwall you discover a land rich in wildlife, history and culture.
Heading to the Antarctic for your once in a lifetime cruise? Wondering what on earth you need to take? Then read on, because we have you covered. And the good news is that you probably don’t need as much as you thought!