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5
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The Masai Mara, thanks to countless films and TV shows, is a magnet for tourists wanting that real safari experience. But stay at a camp outside the Reserve and enjoy the wildlife without the crowds... read more »
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4.6
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Shaba, in Kenya's arid north, remains relatively unvisited. Conservationist Joy Adamson, of Born Free fame, lived and died here - now you can safari in the same savage, beautiful land she called home... read more »
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5
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Destination: Tobago, Scarborough
Trip type: Beach, Eco, Food and Drink
Tobago is a Caribbean gem, with pristine beaches, protected rainforests, abundant bird life and great food. Above all, though, it has wonderful people keen for you to enjoy their fabulous island... read more »
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5
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Destination: New York City
Trip type: Cultural, Eco
If you're feeling exhaustion in New York - perhaps the world's busiest city - head for Central Park. There's so much to see and doing it justice will take far longer than you might think... read more »
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5
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Iguazu, Iguassu, IguaƧu... however you spell their name, these awe-inspiring waterfalls on the border of Brazil and Argentina can justifiably claim to be the most spectacular in the world... read more »
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4
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The Niagara Falls, on the Canadian and American border, are surely one of nature's wonders. However, with a lovely old town and great wineries in abundance there's more to see than huge waterfalls... read more »
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