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Best of Nepal: from Mountain Trekking to Wildlife Watching

Best of Nepal: from Mountain Trekking to Wildlife Watching

December 26, 2013, 3 Comments

Stretching from the Himalayan mountain range to the sultry jungles of the Terai plains, Nepal is a nirvana for adventure lovers like me. Wedged between two giants – India and China – the Himalayan nation is a relatively small country and yet it surprisingly packs a punch with its dramatic landscapes and rich Hindu »

Wildlife in Antarctica

Wildlife in Antarctica

October 21, 2013, 1 Comment

Etched at the bottom of the world, Antarctica is as far south and remote as you can get. The seventh continent, as some call it, is covered in icebergs, glaciers, mountains and thick layers of snow. At first glance, Antarctica is vast and empty – with expansive ice fields stretching for miles without anything »

A River Runs Through It: Wildlife Along The Chobe

A River Runs Through It: Wildlife Along The Chobe

February 26, 2013, 2 Comments

Nomadic Matt talks about his favourite part of Africa, the Chobe River »

Wildlife Photography on the Galapagos Islands

Wildlife Photography on the Galapagos Islands

November 14, 2012, 3 Comments

As a wildlife buff, my travels are often fuelled by my interest in animals and their natural habitats. I’ve traveled from Madagascar in search of lemurs to Africa for the Big Five and Australia to hang out with koalas and kangaroos — but  the Galapagos Islands remains my favorite spot for wildlife experiences. Marooned »

The Very Best Spots to View Wildlife

The Very Best Spots to View Wildlife

July 3, 2012, 1 Comment

Wildlife viewing is one of the most enjoyable aspects of travel. Seeing nature in it’s natural environment, un-touched by man, is truly a never forget it moment. Never before have so many destinations been available for us as travellers to view wildlife in it’s natural surroundings. Here are 5 of the top spots to »

C.E.O. Photo Contest Week 1 – Wildlife

C.E.O. Photo Contest Week 1 – Wildlife

June 19, 2012, No Comments

A gallery of the wildlife photos from the G Adventures C.E.O. Photo Contest »

Top 5 Experiences in Alberta

Top 5 Experiences in Alberta

April 15, 2014, 3 Comments

So what’s so great about Alberta? Well, even travellers who’ve booked more ink in their passports than Rick Steves would find it hard not to find something that drops their jaw in Canada’s second province from the west coast. »

The Animals of Botswana’s Chobe River

The Animals of Botswana’s Chobe River

April 10, 2014, 1 Comment

On my recent trip to Southern Africa, I was thrilled to be visiting Botswana where I would be staying on a houseboat floating up and down the Chobe River, with Northern Botswana on one side and Namibia on the other. I spent three days and two nights on the river not far from the »

An Insider’s Look at Costa Rica

An Insider’s Look at Costa Rica

April 9, 2014, No Comments

It’s no secret that Costa Rica is a popular destination, particularly for nature enthusiasts and first-time visitors to Central America. But what is Costa Rica all about? Who are the people? And what are the highlights and must-sees? In this interview with Gabriel Quiros (aka, “Gabo”), a G Adventures Chief Experience Officer (CEO) from »

Jane Goodall at 80: “Make the world a better place”

Jane Goodall at 80: “Make the world a better place”

April 3, 2014, 4 Comments

Jane Goodall’s observations of tool-using chimpanzees in Tanzania’s Gombe Stream National Park demonstrated our connection to our planet and changed the very definition of what it means to be human. Today, the world-renowned conservationist travels more than 300 days a year, spreading her message of peaceful co-existence with nature and one another. She is »