Category environment

TRAVEL: Epic hikes & wild things in North Wales

  Snowdon National Park lays the drama on thick – jagged slate peaks, rolling hills, dense forests and faerie-tale waterfalls. You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d stepped into Westeros – and while there are no GoT direwolves in the Welsh highlands, one dog certainly earned his place in local mythology. Gelert lived in the area in […]

TRAVEL: Explore the Serengeti’s most remote corner

    Anyone who’s seen footage of the annual Great Wildebeest Migration has at least “penciled in” a Serengeti adventure. And no wonder – between July and October around 1.2 million wildebeests, 750,000 zebras and hundreds of thousands of other plains creatures pass through the area, hungry big cats hot on their hooves, before heading […]

TRAVEL: Caves, lakes & singing gibbons in Khao Sok, Thailand

If you fancy a lazy beach break with a side of jungle boogie, allow me to introduce you to Khao Sok, Thailand. The 646km2 national park lies smack-bang in the middle of the Surat Thani province in the country’s south, is an easy half-day drive from both Phuket and Krabi, and offers plenty of Faunographic […]