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Journeys of a Lifetime

Yunnan Shangri La, China Travel

If you're searching for the mythical Himalayan Shangri La, akin to what James Hilton described in his novel Lost Paradise, you have to journey up to Zhongdian in northern Yunnan, at the crossroads leading to Sichuan and Tibet. But…

Luxury Retreats of Kerala, South India

If the immaculate beauty of nature intoxicates you, then Kerala is where you should be. Kerala, the southwestern tip of India is blessed with unique geographical and cultural features. Its overpowering tropical greenness, arcane rituals and…

10 Best Hikes of a Lifetime

In their last issue Travel and Leisure featured their list of the 10 best hikes of a lifetime. They noted and we certainly agree that there are probably thousands of fantastic hikes around the world, although a legendary hike stands out in…

Bhutan Monasteries

The country of Bhutan is home to hundreds of thousands of traditional Tibetan Buddhists. To penetrate the veil of this closed kingdom, however, you need to obtain the services of an experienced travel organization: Footloose Bhutan. As a…

Bhutan Travel

Thanks to the Bhutanese government's restrictive travel policies, it can be difficult to book tours and venture to the far-flung sights and festivals of this magical country. Fortunately, Footloose Bhutan offers a number of exceptional…

Bhutan Trekking

Whether it is your passion to get a glimpse of the honey guides which flutter over Zhemgang Bhutan, or you want to conquer high elevation mountain passes, such as the Thrumshingla Pass (which rises 3,750 meters above sea level), you can…

Botswana Highlights, Africa Tours

survival zombie apocalypse This 10 day mobile Botswana safari includes Chobe, Moremi and Victoria Falls. Transport is in specially modified 4 x 4's. Maximum group size is 10. Accommodation while on safari is in dome tents, with sewn-in…

Silk Road, Chinese Turkestan

Travel to far western end of China, along the ancient Silk Road across the Taklamakhan Desert, via Turfan to Kashgar, from where the Silk Road caravans took the exotic goods from the East to Constantinople and the courts of Europe. In…
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