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57 travel features tagged “Wildlife”

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


Rwanda’s rainforest renewal

Nyungwe – a more affordable option than the popular Volcanoes National Park – offers waterfall treks, colobus monkey spotting, and a chance for Rwandans to put their past behind them.
Read more… 24 June 2013


Monkeying around in China

The Baoxiang Temple, near the old caravan town of Shaxi, has been welcoming visitors for more than 100 years. The catch? Visitors are expected to help feed the clan of golden monkeys.
14 June 2013


Taming wild hyenas outside Harar

A man in the Ethiopian desert has become famous for feeding the scavenging animals by hand – and occasionally from his own mouth.
07 June 2013


Brunei’s wild riches

Ulu Temburong National Park is full of rare medicinal plants, towering dipterocarp trees and a 50m-high canopy walkway – perfect for peering into the virgin rainforest below.
Read more… 30 May 2013


Cuba, the Caribbean’s wild island

Known more for music and politics than for natural riches, the Caribbean country is teeming with life – from flamingo colonies to the largest population of the rare Cuban crocodile.
17 May 2013


Malawi’s mane event heralds a fresh dawn

The recent reintroduction of lions, along with a new president who looks to have saved the country from ruin, represents a symbolic new start for this under-the-radar African nation.
Read more… 03 May 2013


Parched plateaus of the Atacama Desert

Some parts of northern Chile have never seen a drop of rain, yet flamingos, cacti and more than one million people have learned to survive in these arid badlands.
02 May 2013


Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple

Thailand's Tiger Temple is a Buddhist organization that allows visitors to pet and feed the massive cats, but critics argue that the cats should not be so docile.
Read more… 22 April 2013


Bison, vodka and Poland's primeval forest

The World Heritage-listed Bialowieza is Europe’s last virginal forest, covering 1,500sqkm of pristine land on the eastern side of the country bordering with Belarus.
Read more… 18 April 2013


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