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Seven things to do on the Caribbean island of Montserrat

This tiny island is one of the region’s best-kept secrets — its black sand beaches, coral reefs, soaring mountains and rainforest-covered hills, not to mention rare, endemic plant and animal species, make it a paradise for nature-lovers.

The greatest show on Earth: tracking the wildebeest migration across Tanzania's Serengeti

The Serengeti’s golden plains may be home to the Big Five, but the unsung heroes of these grasslands are its white-bearded wildebeests. They're the seams that hold together an ecosystem, performing an ancient dance that still sweeps across the savannah.

The road to recovery: a year on from the bushfires on Australia's Sapphire Coast

The devastating bushfires that raged between September 2019 and February 2020 scorched vast swathes of land, killing or displacing billons of animals. In the aftermath, communities turned to each other for help rebuilding their lives. 
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10 reasons to visit St Helena in 2021

With the bicentenary of Napoleon’s death in 2021, the island of St Helena is the ideal bucket list destination for the coming year.

National Geographic Explorers: Lucy Hawkes

National Geographic Explorer Lucy Hawkes is working to spread awareness of less understood seabirds.

Tales of the tiger: searching for big cats in India’s wildest state

To travel across Madhya Pradesh is to taste India’s untamed heartland, where national parks teem with wildlife and stories of Bengal tigers are on everyone’s lips. An expert in the art of stealth and secrecy, however, it’s a beast that proves hard to seek.
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Tobago: watch the island come to life

Surrounded by ocean, ringed with beaches and with a thick forested interior, Tobago is a little slice of Caribbean paradise. But from party-loving people to white-tailed hummingbirds, it’s the life bursting from every corner that makes it unforgettable.
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Take the plunge: how to make a difference when diving in the Cayman Islands

Beyond the palm-fringed beaches and tranquil seas of the Cayman Islands is a destination with conservation at its core. Discover how the islands work to remain a Caribbean paradise for generations to come.

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