December/January 2008

Issue number: 92

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South Africa's big six?

Wildlife writer, photographer and broadcaster Mark Carwardine asks whether it's time South Africa's whales joined the BIG list

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Photography tips: on the water

Pictures taken from boats all too often end in repetitive seascapes and wonky horizons. Steve Davey stabilises your waterborne photography

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15 incredible voyages

From Svalbard to Bangladesh, some adventures can only be experienced by boat. Wanderlust correspondents pick their favourite river, lake and ocean trips

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4 ways to travel the Mayan Route

Whether serene turquoise seas or ancient temples are your thing, you're sure to find your favourite Mayan route here

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Elephant diaries: walking and wildlife in Sri Lanka

From glitzy processions in Kandy to huge wildlife gatherings in Minneriya, pack your trunk for Sri Lanka's beautiful hill country

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A dynamic weekend in Denmark

Jutland is a domain of sweeping sand dunes, wobbly bikes and untrustworthy topography - making it an exciting destination for avid cyclists and hikers

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10 top tips for your stay in Ljubljana

Untethered from Soviet Yugoslavia, Slovenia has flourished as an individual in new Europe, here are ten top tips for your stay

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A walking weekend in Mallorca

A hapless Jasper Winn loses himself, quite literally, in the drystone paths of the Tramuntana mountains

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A fiery tour of Russia's Kamchatka peninsula

Volcanoes, bears, military choppers and Bond-style scientists combine in Russia's dramatic far east

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History, hiking & hope – El Salvador is back on the map

After a history or war, is it time to head back to El Salvador?

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Travel Icon: Milford Sound, New Zealand

Rainy, remote and beset by sandflies, the star of New Zealand’s Fiordland still feels thrillingly wild

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Travel blueprint: The Maya Route

Temples and tapirs, rainforests and reefs, villages and volcanoes, The Maya Route is a trail littered with adventure

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