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80 travel features tagged “National Parks”

Africa’s Salvador Dali dreamscape

In Matopos National Park, surreal balancing rocks, psychedelic reptiles and multicoloured lichen combine to create a scene from another planet.
Read more… 28 January 2014


The Serengeti in the off-season

From January to March, travellers can get an early glimpse of the great migration in Tanzania’s south before indulging in the crowd-free wildlife show of the country’s north.
Read more… 08 January 2014


The little state with a big story

Delaware, the first US state – rich in revolutionary history and pastoral splendour – has become the last to join the National Park System.
27 December 2013


Facing down Death Valley

Among the hottest places on Earth, the US national park is a sunburnt expanse of otherworldly landscapes, captured by one of the most prolific writers of the American West.
05 September 2013


The wild woodlands of the Great Smoky Mountains

The ethereal range on the Tennessee-North Carolina border is a paradox of ancient, eroded mountains located in the heart of the busy US south.
22 August 2013


Zimbabwe, a side you've never seen

Slowly leaving behind its days of violence and corruption, the southern African nation is back in the business of offering travellers thrilling, up-close animal adventures.
Read more… 30 July 2013


Africa’s last Eden

From surfing hippos and humpback whales to coastal lagoons and expansive savannah, Gabon’s Loango National Park is one of the most stunningly diverse sanctuaries on the continent.
18 July 2013


Five great national park lodges

From Alberta to Utah, these North American getaways offer both majestic scenery and creature comforts.
16 July 2013


Utah’s astonishing wild side

From a salt lake island roamed by buffalo to a majestic canyon named Zion, the state’s national and state parks harbour some of the most extraordinary landforms on Earth.
Read more… 11 July 2013


Hiking Wales’ storied coastline

The first long-distance trail to trace a country’s entire shoreline, the 870-mile Wales Coast Path is alive with vibrant scenery and legend, from the Llŷn Peninsula to Pembrokeshire.
Read more… 25 June 2013


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