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Top 5 Alternative Honeymoons

With Royal wedding fever gripping the nation, speculation turns to Harry and Megan’s honeymoon destination. The rumours are flying thick and fast, with Namibia the bookmaker’s favourite.

For anyone looking for doing to do something a little out of the ordinary for their honeymoon (because let’s face it, two weeks in the sun doing nothing is not everyone’s idea of a dream holiday!), here we reveal our top five alternative honeymoon destinations...

Meet the Leader - Jose Miguel, Spain

Jose has been a mountaineering guide and climbing instructor for over 20 years. Born and raised in Alicante, he's been climbing and exploring the mountains since he was a teenager. At 23 years old he moved from the city to the small village of Sella (560 people!) where he discovered a love of climbing. For the past 20 years he's been our go-to guy in the Sierra de Aitana, where he leads literally in the background of his house! We interviewed him to find out what makes him tick.

Top 10 Penguin Facts

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Penguins are found all across the southern hemisphere, as well as along the equator where you'll find Galapagos penguins. From the inviting turquoise seas surrounding the rocky Boulders Beach in South Africa to the frozen wilderness of Antarctica, these clever and cute little creatures have perfectly adapted to their surroundings.

Ross Edgley's Top 5 Fitness Tips from Around the World

Ross Edgley

Top 5 Fitness Trips from Around the World by Ross Edgley

Food and fitness are best studied when travelling. A bold statement I know, but it was over 10 years, through 100 countries and over 100,000 miles that I really began to understand the intricacies of training and nutrition. Not by dwelling in gyms and libraries all round the world, but by jumping headfirst into any and every adventure thrown my way.

Uganda's Gorilla Census

Uganda's Gorilla Census

Concealed under mist veiled hills and a thick blanket of rainforest canopy,  over half the world’s Mountain gorilla population live on the verge of the Rift Valley.

Mountain gorillas have survived in The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda thanks to the commitment of conservation teams, many of which have been directly supported by wildlife tourism.

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