Green Season in Southeast Asia

Green Season in Southeast Asia

A getaway to Thailand and Cambodia in the summer and fall is a refreshing respite into a lush world of verdant jungles and colorful festivals. These are some of the experiences you can access when you travel during green season in Southeast Asia. A Cool Time To Travel Refreshing rains, which don’t usually fall daily, make green season a comfortable and cooler time of year to explore Thailand and Cambodia. On our Northern Thailand Encounter inspiration journey visit Chiang Mai and take in the breathtaking beauty of the surrounding mountains, valleys, and rice paddies of the Golden Triangle region. Learn some cooking […]

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An Interview with Nicky Fitzgerald, Owner of Angama Mara

An Interview with Nicky Fitzgerald, Owner of Angama Mara

In Kenya, conservation of the natural resources and wildlife and the involvement and development of local communities go hand-in-hand with the sustainability of the camps and the ability to provide authentic experiences. Follow our journey as we explore seven properties that offer unique experiences for their travelers, are committed to conserving Kenya’s natural resources and wildlife, and are intimately involved in the development of their local communities. To see all of the posts from this multi-part series, click here. Welcome back for our final post in our series of top safari properties and conservation partners in Kenya. We’re concluding today […]

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Angama Mara

Angama Mara

In Kenya, conservation of the natural resources and wildlife and the involvement and development of local communities go hand-in-hand with the sustainability of the camps and the ability to provide authentic experiences. Follow our journey as we explore seven properties that offer unique experiences for their travelers, are committed to conserving Kenya’s natural resources and wildlife, and are intimately involved in the development of their local communities. To see all of the posts from this multi-part series, click here. Nicky and Steve Fitzgerald have a long history in the tourism industry. Together, the African tourism pioneers helped establish over 60 […]

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An Interview with Craig Millar, Head of Security at Big Life Foundation

An Interview with Craig Millar, Head of Security at Big Life Foundation

In Kenya, conservation of the natural resources and wildlife and the involvement and development of local communities go hand-in-hand with the sustainability of the camps and the ability to provide authentic experiences. Follow our journey as we explore seven properties that offer unique experiences for their travelers, are committed to conserving Kenya’s natural resources and wildlife, and are intimately involved in the development of their local communities. To see all of the posts from this multi-part series, click here. Big Life Foundation partners with ol Donyo Lodge and Great Plains Foundation for the Maasai Olympics. Today we’re interviewing Craig Millar, Head […]

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Great Plains Conservation in Kenya: ol Donyo and Mara Plains

Great Plains Conservation in Kenya: ol Donyo and Mara Plains

In Kenya, conservation of the natural resources and wildlife and the involvement and development of local communities go hand-in-hand with the sustainability of the camps and the ability to provide authentic experiences. Follow our journey as we explore seven properties that offer unique experiences for their travelers, are committed to conserving Kenya’s natural resources and wildlife, and are intimately involved in the development of their local communities. To see all of the posts from this multi-part series, click here. Welcome back! Today, we’re moving onto two of Great Plains Conservation’s properties in Kenya. ol Donyo Lodge | Mbirikani Masai Conservation Area […]

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An Interview with Mark Boyd, Community and Conservation Manager at The Safari Collection

An Interview with Mark Boyd, Community and Conservation Manager at The Safari Collection

In Kenya, conservation of the natural resources and wildlife and the involvement and development of local communities go hand-in-hand with the sustainability of the camps and the ability to provide authentic experiences. Follow our journey as we explore seven properties that offer unique experiences for their travelers, are committed to conserving Kenya’s natural resources and wildlife, and are intimately involved in the development of their local communities. If you’re just joining us in this multi-part series featuring seven of Kenya’s top properties, be sure to click here for the rest of the posts. Today we’re interviewing Mark Boyd, The Safari […]

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An Interview with Mikey Carr-Hartley, Owner of The Safari Collection

An Interview with Mikey Carr-Hartley, Owner of The Safari Collection

In Kenya, conservation of the natural resources and wildlife and the involvement and development of local communities go hand-in-hand with the sustainability of the camps and the ability to provide authentic experiences. Follow our journey as we explore seven properties that offer unique experiences for their travelers, are committed to conserving Kenya’s natural resources and wildlife, and are intimately involved in the development of their local communities. To see all of the posts from this multi-part series, click here. Yesterday, we took at look at properties that make up The Safari Collection. Today, we’re interviewing Mikey Carr-Hartley, owner of The […]

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The Safari Collection

The Safari Collection

Join us for a multi-part series on seven of Kenya’s top properties, including interviews with their owners and top conservation partners. In this first post, we are taking a look at The Safari Collection. In Kenya, conservation of the natural resources and wildlife and the involvement and development of local communities go hand-in-hand with the sustainability of the camps and the ability to provide authentic experiences. Follow our journey as we explore seven properties that offer unique experiences for their travelers, are committed to conserving Kenya’s natural resources and wildlife, and are intimately involved in the development of their local communities. […]

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The Most Interesting Animal Migrations Around the World

The Most Interesting Animal Migrations Around the World

Chances are, you’ve heard of the Great Migration. And while it certainly is great, it’s one of the seven natural wonders of Africa after all, what about other animal migrations around the world? There are tons of interesting animal migrations around the world, but we’ve narrowed it down to a few of our favorites. Giant Tortoises, Galapagos Islands Giant Tortoises are known as the “slow and steady migrators.” They don’t cover a great distance. In fact, they only migrate a little less than four miles over a migration period of two to three weeks, but they migrate, nonetheless. Their journey […]

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An Interview with Jean-Michel Cousteau, Part Two

An Interview with Jean-Michel Cousteau, Part Two

An interview with Jean-Michel Cousteau, champion of ocean conservation. He’s teamed up with Aqua Expeditions as a special guest on board their Amazon and Mekong River Cruises where he’ll be sharing films and leading discussions on what he’s learned through his work around the world. Part two of our interview with Jean-Michel Cousteau picks up today. If you missed part one, be sure to read it here. How did your voyages about the Calypso with your father influence your work today? He took us – my late brother and myself and of course his team – wherever the next destination […]

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