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At , we're mindful of the escalating climate crisis and are taking steps towards a more sustainable future. That's why this Friday September 20th, we're encouraging our employees and contributors to join their local .
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If you’ve ever watched those survival shows on TV and thought, “That looks easy”, you are wrong, says
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What is it really like to travel in Pakistan right now?
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Times change. People change, Places change.
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If you love traveling, the idea of giving up flying probably seems alien. But there are some travelers doing exactly that.
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Adventure.com Sep 17
After a tough period, things are changing for the better in Sierra Leone when it comes to travel. And here's why man's closest living relative could be part of the solution...
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Adventure.com Sep 17
During high season, some 500 travelers a day head out on the Everest Base Camp trek. But has this famously stunning trek become a victim of its own popularity?
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Adventure.com Sep 16
“Kamaishi is known for three things: Steel, rugby and seafood. Most of the steel industry is gone, but the rugby is back, and this is the best place for seafood.”
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Borders are an inevitable part of the global landscape, some neutral, others divisive. Amid today’s growing fear of ‘the other’, Northern Ireland-born explores the effects of borders on the people that live around them.
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Adventure.com Sep 16
Sri Lanka's beaches, tea country and temples are undoubtedly beautiful, but for , you'd be remiss to skip the capital.
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Adventure.com Sep 16
There are motels. And there are Wildwood's retro, kitsch, Doo-Wop era motels. " I felt I’d entered an alternate universe," says photographer Nicola Bailey. See the photos.
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Adventure.com Sep 16
Here's how pink tuk-tuks have changed lives in Sri Lanka. meets the women who are now firmly in the driver's seat.
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Adventure.com Sep 15
For many indigenous communities around the world, a traditional way of life is under threat.
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“We don’t say ‘we survived’,” says Iwasaki Akiko, “We say ‘life is given to us.’"
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Adventure.com Sep 14
co-editor heads to Sierra Leone to see what's changing for this West African nation. And it includes a seven-month-old orphaned chimp called Caesar.
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When you've scaled Everest twice, flown a balloon around the world in 11 days, and sailed solo around the world four times, what's next?
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Adventure.com Sep 13
Can you really have as much fun on holiday without flying to some far-flung and exotic location?
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Adventure.com Sep 13
In times of overtourism, addictive gadgets and never-ending news cycles, there are at least a few places left that allow us to experience different models for living. The Yukon is one such place, finds
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Adventure.com Sep 13
First he walked across the USA. Then he walked along every street of New York City’s five boroughs.
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“Can you imagine if we did nothing? That’s our fear. The conservation world is such that if something is going well and we take our foot off the accelerator, we’re playing with fire.”
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