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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.

Travel from your armchair: see the world’s natural wonders in real time without leaving your house

From the ethereal ripples of the Aurora Borealis to the majesty of Yosemite Valley’s El Capitan rock face, the Earth’s natural wonders are still out there — even if we can’t travel to see them just now. But, luckily for those of us experiencing wanderlust while on lockdown, webcams can act as live portals to natural vistas far grander than those offered up by our windows. We round up some of the best.
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Discover the sea trails of the Baltic region of Blekinge, Sweden

During a visit to Skåne, take a detour to the neighbouring Blekinge archipelago, which invites adventure-lovers to hop from island to island, seek out rare wildlife and explore long-distance walking trails.

Why wildlife tourism matters

Tips for wildlife encounters that promote sanctuary, not selfies.
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Untamed Australia: Into the wilds of New South Wales

Seen Sydney? Surfed Byron Bay? Raised a glass in the Hunter Valley? If so, now might be the time to explore New South Wales’ national parks. We ask one of Trailfinders’ experts, Henry Hopkinson, for his insider tips on how to tackle Australia’s outback

Kenya: Tracking the Prince of Darkness

The harsh cough of a leopard echoes up the valley. I pause to listen, with my coffee cup halfway to my lips. The aroma of the beans mixes with the damp scent of the African jungle and, in my sleep-befuddled state, I’m struck by the distinct impression that the cat is mocking me
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Manitoba: Dancing in the dark

Churchill is one of the best places on Earth to view the northern lights. They dance overhead 300 nights a year — but it’s in the frozen months of February and March that the skies are at their clearest and the show really begins
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Kaikōura: Adventures Wild & Inspiring

Journey to Kaikōura, a town celebrated for wildlife encounters, breathtaking vistas, and delicious seafood.

Civil war devastated wildlife - here's how it bounced back

In 1977, a 15-year civil war broke out in Mozambique. Wildlife populations in Gorongosa National Park plummeted as a side effect of the war. After years of rebuilding and protection, a 2018 aerial count revealed good news for Gorongosa wildlife.