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Why Canada’s Johnstone Strait is a dream destination for wildlife lovers

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Original blog post featured on The Journal by Intrepid Travel. Between the mainland of Canada‘s British Columbia and the misty forests of Vancouver Island, there’s a particular stretch of water that’s become famous around the world. This is Johnstone Strait, home to the biggest resident pod of killer whales (orca) on the planet. There’s no […]

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5 things I learned conquering Everest Base Camp as a solo female traveller

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Original blog post featured on The Journal by Intrepid, written by Tayla Gentle. As a woman travelling solo you run the gamut of emotions; everything from liberating highs to paralysing fears can cross your adventuring path. For me, independent travel has always been an incredibly freeing experience – I am woman, hear me roar/snore/speak terrible […]

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5 experiences that prove Sri Lanka is an adventurer’s paradise

Original blog post featured on The Journal by Intrepid, by Ryan Bolton. Let’s start here: Sri Lanka has it all, adventure-seekers. Remarkable landscapes that take a while for you to register all that you’re seeing. Rich, succulent foods with exotic flavours that dance in the sea breeze. Vast multi-cultural and multi-religious roots. Fun-loving, curious locals. […]

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Our Ultimate Guide to Island Hopping in Italy

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Original blog post featured on The Journal by Intrepid, by Sinead Blessing. Mouth-watering cuisine, majestic landscapes, pristine beaches – and more than a few superyachts thrown in for good measure. The islands that dot the edges of Italy’s coast are indeed some of Europe’s most exclusive and glamourous travel destinations, but you don’t have to […]

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