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By helicopter, speedboat, dugout canoe and on foot, Mike Carter traverses Botswana’s magical inland delta
Retracing the route of a 1980s protest march highlighted today’s discontents
150 years after the naturalist published The Malay Archipelago, Mike Carter joins a voyage to find the exotic species that inspired him
In the high valleys west of Leh, enterprising farmers are offering guests the chance to spot the elusive creatures
With its fine food, wild landscapes and tame wildlife, the former penal colony feels more like paradise
Mike Carter puts his life in the hands of a celebrated bushman for an adventure through Australia’s wild far north
Can an Arctic coal mining outpost — where the sun doesn’t rise for four months — reinvent itself as a holiday destination?
Mike Carter explores one of the world’s least-visited national parks, a land rich with bears, folklore and the turbulent history of the Inuit people who once called it home
So-called ‘tribal tourism’ has earned a bad reputation for exploitative interactions and embarrassing dance shows. But in northern Tanzania, Mike Carter discovers the real thing — the chance to live alongside Africa’s last hunter-gatherers and experience their ancient, harmonious relationship with the land
Aside from Pacific islands, the world’s least visited country is Moldova, a European nation many Europeans would struggle to place on a map. Mike Carter spends a weekend exploring
On a pioneering trip to a remote corner of Mongolia, Mike Carter stays with a nomadic family who hunt with birds of prey
Hidden among the sea cliffs of the island’s Baunei region is Italy’s most dramatic trekking route
Forget Machu Picchu – a region little-visited by tourists has some of the greatest archaeological treasures in the Americas