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Blog / 20.02.2019

Traveling abroad is always an adventure, but unfortunately it’s not an adventure without its potential pitfalls and dangers. One of the biggest dangers to watch out for when you are in a foreign country is being scammed or ripped off. Here are some of the biggest scams to keep an eye out for when you are abroad.  Exchange Your Money Ahead of Time One of the biggest scams that can be easily avoided when you’re in a foreign country is where and when you exchange your money. Although it can...

Blog / 01.02.2019

Chile is a real wild card of a destination, a fascinating country that is unique even by South American standards. With a territory that stretches across three separate regions (South America, Antarctica and Oceania), and measuring a distinctive 4,300 km in length but only 350 km at its widest, there isn’t anywhere else on Earth quite like Chile. The country comprises a mixture of landscapes and climates, including the dry deserts of the north, the abundant wine valleys of Casablanca and Colchagua Province and even the glacial straits...

Blog / 31.01.2019

The world is an endlessly diverse place – from permanently frozen arctic tundra to steamy, tropical jungles, they create environments where a kaleidoscope of wildlife can thrive. You could keep your eyes open when you visit places around the world, but if you are a wildlife enthusiast, it’s better to deliberately travel to destinations known for being hot spots of biodiversity. Whether you decide to throw together an itinerary on your own or sign up through a travel provider like Naturetrek wildlife holidays, the following destinations will help you...