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Civil war rendered Sri Lanka’s north-west off limits. Now the leopards and pioneering ecolodges of the original home of the Sinhalese ‘lion people’ are creating a buzz
Sarah Gilbert | Issue 163 | January 2016
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Climb a sacred mountain. Lounge on a deserted beach. A enjoy a cuppa at the source. All this and more awaits on this most serendipitous of islands
The people of Sri Lanka’s Jaffna District are a resilient lot. Post civil war, they’re opening up their idyllic beaches, tiny isles and urging you to visit
Rising from tropical sandy beaches into cool highland regions, rich with temples and tea plantations shrouded in mist, Sri Lanka has something for everyone. Get there now.
Wildlife and safaris travel guide, including wildlife and safaris travel advice, where to go on safari in the world
Sri Lanka travel guide, including map of Sri Lanka, top Sri Lankan travel experiences, tips for travel in Sri Lanka, plus leopards, temples and tea
Author Joshua Jelly-Shapiro is given rare permission to spend the night at Bob Marley's mausoleum in Nine Miles Jamaica and discovers a secret about the singer's unorthodox burial
On the 30th anniversary of Bruce Chatwin’s inspiring travelogue, Songlines, we delve into Australia’s Aboriginal heartlands to explore its ancient trails
Incredible birdlife. Ancient rock art. Wild rapids. We head north from Cape Town to discover there’s more to South Africa’s buzziest area than the eastern Winelands…
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The Galapagos Islands is rightly regarded as South America’s premier wildlife hotspot, but there are many places across the continent to find other wildlife superstars. Here are 6 of the best...
Photographer and wildlife guide Paul Goldstein condemns inadequate international efforts to protect tigers, rhinos and other wildlife, and calls for tougher measures
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