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Barbados’ Best Wreck Dives: Diving Carlisle Bay

A charming natural harbour, Barbados' Carlisle Bay is fringed by a crescent swathe of sand that lures a multitude of holiday makers to the south coast each year. Leaving their hotel rooms and rental apartments they flock to this pristine expanse of beach that ...
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My Scuba Guide To Diving In Mauritius

Around 2’000 km from the African coast and 900 km from Madagascar, the popular honeymoon destination of Mauritius is part of the Mascareignes Islands and is known for its diversity of marine life and underwater...
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A Canoe Safari on the Whanganui River

Listed as one of New Zealand’s nine Great Walks the Whanganui River Journey isn’t a walk at all.Instead of tramping a well-trodden trail, those who seek to disconnect from the outside world paddle a 157km s...
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Kauai’s Na Pali Coast Inspires Adventure

I’m motionless all but for the rhythmic kicking of my fins, left and then right.Levitating in a sea of blue my gaze is transfixed ahead.Three Hawaiian Sea Turtles fill my field of vision, the colouring of their shells camouflaging their form against th...
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A Jet Boat Journey Through The Matukituki Valley

In the heart of a glacier carved basin, amid snow-capped mountains and undulating terrain sits Lake Wanaka. My home for the next 7 days. Queenstown’s lesser known neighbour, the region has been designated the world’s first Lifestyle Reserve. Offering both r...