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Taking the time to connect to nature, people and cultures in a sustainable way
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Animal tourism experts Dr Carol Kline and Nora Livingstone give us tips and guidelines to engage ethically with wildlife when we travel. (Webinar)
Guest writer Dr. Carol Kline shares guidelines and tips to help travellers engage in responsible animal-based tourism.
Some of us allow our fears to hold us back. Then there are the brave souls.
For those who have a kinship with animals, there’s little more awe-inspiring than getting up close and personal with nature’s creatures in their natural habitat.
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Whether you’re traveling solo or with others, there are those moments while traveling where you become fully, viscerally aware of how much fun you’re having.
If you need a winter escape, look no further than Key West, Florida. It’s only five square miles, but I’ve never been bored! You can walk or bike from one side of the island to the other in minutes, and there is no shortage of unique experiences.