Falkland Islands: living on the edge of the earth

Mark Stratton discusses life on the 778-island archipelago that is the Falklands Islands and where tourism is an increasingly significant part of the economy  (article reprinted courtesy of Wanderlust Magazine) Island survival doesn’t come much tougher than on the Falklands archipelago, the place to meet a wealth of wonderful wildlife and the equally resilient human […]

Elephant Trekking – a do or a don’t?

Nammie Matthews discuses some of the issues around elephant trekking Thinking of heading to Thailand? Perhaps you’re one of almost a million visitors from the UK that flock yearly to the country, drawn in by its affordability, tropical climate and unfamiliar wildlife. With elephants holding sacred status there, trekking in Thailand with these gentle giants […]