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73 travel features tagged “National Parks”

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Mini guide to the Peak District’s restaurants and pubs

Alongside its natural splendours, this charming upland area of England is home to welcoming country pubs, cosy cafes and contemporary restaurants.
Read more… 21 January 2013


Why an elephant might help you spot a tiger in India

With only 1,200 tigers left in the country’s wild, spotting the elusive animal can be difficult with a convoy of safari vehicles.
Read more… 31 December 2012


Japan’s Daisetsuzan National Park

The country's largest national park is home to two massive volcanoes whose forested, snow-pillowed slopes offer open space on an otherwise crowded island nation.
27 December 2012


Madagascar's labyrinth of stone

A massive limestone formation runs through the African island’s largely unexplored Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, which shelters some of the world’s most diverse wildlife.
22 November 2012


Yosemite’s top day hikes

Six picks for unmissable hikes ranging from easy to challenging, all of which will leave you with dreams of longer treks into Yosemite’s fabled back country.
Read more… 03 September 2012


The return of China’s wild panda

Bamboo has started regrowing in the Sichuan province’s Jiuzhai Valley, luring the panda back to its spiritual home.
Read more… 23 August 2012


The falls and hues of Jiuzhaigou

High in the mountains of China’s Sichuan province, the Jiuzhaigou National Park is a lush greenbelt renowned for its emerald- and sapphire-tinted waters.
23 August 2012


Flores shakes off Bali’s shadow

The once sleepy island of Flores, home to lush, fragrant forests, a skyline of perfectly shaped volcanoes and Komodo dragons, has become Indonesia’s next eco-travel hotspot.
Read more… 26 July 2012


England’s ghostly South Downs Way

Experience the dreamlike days and haunted nights of the county’s most beautiful countryside, crossing England’s newest national park along the way.
Read more… 24 July 2012


Canada’s polar bear country

Manitoba’s isolated Wapusk National Park is prime territory for polar bear spotting. But the habitat is shrinking, which yields an uncertain future for Earth’s biggest land predator.
13 July 2012


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