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  • #MySteppes Client thoughts on Iran with Dr Eileen Gorrod
    #MySteppes The first in our series of videos featuring our clients and experts talking about their time in our favourite destinations around the world. #MySteppes in Iran featuring our client Dr Eileen Gorrod. www.steppetravel.co.uk/iran
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  • Steppes Travel Beyond Festival 2017
    Learn more about our 'Steppes Travel Beyond Festival 2017'... A two-day weekend festival of talks, taking place at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), featuring some of the most intrepid, adventurous and inspiring personalities of our time in an enlightening programme of events. This year our aim of the event is to bring together the adventurers, the explorers, the conservationists and the...
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  • Steppes Travel Beyond Festival 2017 - World Oceans Day #refusetouse
    Steppes Travel are joining the worldwide campaign #REFUSETOUSE launching our pledge against plastic at our Steppes Travel Beyond Festival 2017. At the festival you will have the opportunity to get involved with several #REFUSETOUSE activities. These include recycled plastic artwork, ‘fight against plastic’ photo exhibition, partnerships with conservation and environmental charities and our headl...
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  • Can tourism in the Galapagos be sustainable?
    So, how can tourism be a force for good in the Galapagos? And at what point will tourism destroy the very essence of what makes tourists visit the Galapagos in the first place? On my recent trip to the Galapagos I sought answers to these critical questions, canvassing the opinions of people working in tourism, people travelling as tourists and drawing my own conclusions from what I saw. Where tour...
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  • My Return to the Galapagos
    My return to the Galapagos has been preceded by the return of the Galapagos Island’s most famous prodigal son, Lonesome George. The world’s last remaining Pinta Island tortoise died in 2012 and following his death, the decision was made to have his body preserved. There followed two years of skillful taxidermy, undertaken by George Dante, founder of Wildlife Preservations based in New Jersey. From...
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  • Chad: Zakouma’s Safari Chariots
    On a dusty morning on 13th April 2006, a heavily armoured convoy of Toyota Land Cruisers, converged on N’Djamena, the capital of Chad. These war chariots of the Third World, were top heavy with truck-mounted rocket launchers and determined Nubian men, their faces covered with turbans. They billowed dust behind them as they sped towards the city. The vehicles are originally thought to have arrived ...
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  • Saudi Arabia: A Country of Stereotypes
    “Khalid has just created a Twitter storm,” was not something that I expected to hear in Saudi Arabia. But then again there was much that I did not expect, there were many images contrary to my expectations of Saudi Arabia. From the lack of investment and shabbiness in the extremities to the colour of some of the houses, from fabulous funerary façades to one of the most topographically stunning reg...
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  • Royal Steppes to India
    The royal tour of India  and Bhutan is in full swing. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have played cricket in Mumbai, mingled with Bollywood stars at a fundraising gala and visited a charity for vulnerable children in Delhi. The sublime beauty of the Taj Mahal awaits before they travel on to Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder. You too can follow in the footsteps of the royal couple on one of our Ind...
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  • Steppes Big 5: Antarctica Activities
    The journey to the Great White Continent is certainly no mean feat. However, to really enhance your experience whilst you are there we recommend you take part in the following activities. 1. Kayaking Paddling a kayak in polar waters gives a completely different perspective. Curious penguins often porpoise alongside, occasionally seals or even whales dive close to the kayak. The freedom of carving ...
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  • Steppes Leading Ladies: Issue Two | April 2016
    In our second issue of Leading Ladies (our monthly series) we highlight the heroines of nature. The thing that connects all these women is their avid enthusiasm, determination and eagerness to explore and study the natural world and all they encounter within it. Prepare to be inspired. Justin Wateridge Managing Director | Steppes Travel     P.S Who has inspired you? Cast your vote and send your su...
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  • Leading Ladies: One of our own – Q & A with Saba Douglas – Hamilton
    Saba Douglas-Hamilton is an award-winning wildlife filmmaker, Kenyan wildlife conservationist and television presenter. Working with Save the Elephants in Kenya she helped set up a research station in Samburu that now monitors over 900 elephants.  She is also leading a trip to Kenya with Steppes in January 2017. When Saba was just six weeks old she met her first wild animal, an elephant named Virg...
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  • Albania Holidays – Confounding Expectations
    Expectations had been low even before I set foot in the country. It wasn’t just me, many of my friends and family responded in exactly the same way, ”Albania?!”. ”Where even is that?’ I had to agree, whilst I could just about pin it on a world map in roughly in the right spot, its history rich treasures and breathtaking mountainscapes meant nothing to me. Even the name of its capital eluded me. It...
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  • The laughter of dolphins in Mozambique with Hanli Prinsloo
    Sitting in the shaded bliss of Tartaruga camp, cooled by the breeze, the sound of the surf rushing and crashing along miles of empty beach, I reflect on achieving one of life’s ambitions – swimming with wild dolphins.  The whole experience had been sublime, beyond my wildest expectations, and in no small part because I did so in the company and confidence of a world-renowned free-diver. I was in P...
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  • 10 reasons to travel to Iran
    Nowruz, the Persian New Year began last weekend and has been celebrated in Greater Iran for over 3,000 years. It marks the first day of spring and a new beginning. So it is fitting that with restrictions now being lifted we shine a light on a country we have been championing for over 18 years. Also British Airways re-launch their direct service from London Heathrow (seventy years after being the f...
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  • Freediving – Frequently Asked Questions with Hanli Prinsloo
    Hanli is an 11 times South African Freediving Record Holder who has taught freediving to over 500 students. She is the founder of the I AM WATER Foundation, which focuses on ocean conservation through human experience. Hanli is also a film-maker, avid ocean adventurer and certified yoga instructor. The freediving instructors she leads have taught freediving around the world, alongside working with...

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