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Endeavour NZ deliver specialised itineraries, helping visitors forge unforgettable memories and experiences in the splendour of New Zealand
Manchester Met’s Writing School invites you to join its Creative Writing programme 
Join an international wildlife charity in one of the most biodiverse locations in Africa, trekking a mountain that gave the country its name, Mount Kenya
Geography and Earth Sciences at Aberystwyth University
Geography at Durham focuses on understanding some of the world’s most urgent environmental and social problems
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The world’s largest selection of professionally organised, natural history holidays
Silversea Expeditions – taking you to some of the most remote regions of the planet and showing them to you intimately
Coral Expeditions welcomes guests from all over the world on their small ship expeditions exploring the most beautiful, yet remote regions of Australia and Asia
Travel The Unknown – Small group and tailor-made tours
From pioneering itineraries through the Northwest Passage by ship, to small-scale circumnavigations of Newfoundland, from archaeology and wildlife viewing to cultural exchanges, Adventure Canada does it all. Central to our ethos is to help our guests from around the globe…
With Valletta being named European Capital of Culture for 2018, Malta is shining a spotlight into the archipelago’s past, present and future
James Aldred in Conversation with Helen Macdonald
In the depths of winter, spending a day photographing a small, wary, long-eared mammal high above the snowline in the Scottish Highlands is not to be taken lightly
Wide-angle photography is perhaps the best way to recreate the natural human eye’s field-of-vision. But you’ll need specialist equipment and expertise to really do the images justice
Spring is when we feel winter is weakening its hold on the countryside. This is apparent in the undulating hills and valleys where watercourses flow with greater force
How the SIGMA dp2 Quattro camera is adding an extra dimension to our understanding of life on the Mary Rose during the 16th century
Recording ancient rock art 3,300m above sea levels with the SIGMA dp0 Quattro. Professor Dominic Powlesland, Director of the The Landscape Research Centre, describes these amazing finds

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