Get to know our Tour Managers... Pippa Elliott

"There is something about countries with vast landscapes that I love."

May 2020 • Jules Verne
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Get to know our Tour Managers... Fiona Fraser

"Tours can be enlivened and enhanced by interacting with as many people as possible."

May 2020 • Jules Verne
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Travel programmes to satisfy your wanderlust

We are all becoming armchair travellers and we want to help keep your wanderlust alive, so we have put together a selection of travel programmes which will transport you around the world. 

May 2020 • Jules Verne
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Our Favourite Island Getaways

Did you know that it is believed that there are over 100,000 islands in the world?

May 2020 • Jules Verne
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A Collection of Sunday Safaris

Here in the Luangwa, it’s much the same as ever: the birds are singing, the baboons are barking and the hippos are grunting.

May 2020 • Nkwali Camp
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All in a days’ ‘work’ at Pumulani Lodge

As the sun heads toward the hills across the lake, we take a kayak and a stand-up-paddle board onto the lake.

May 2020 • Conrad Cooke, Country Manager for RPS Malawi
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Easter around the World

Easter Sunday lunch calls for a celebration!

April 2020 • Jules Verne
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Jules Verne Travel Quizzes

Think you know your facts about the World? Take our quiz and put your knowledge to the test!

April 2020 • Jules Verne
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Best cultural festivals around the world

Festivals are a great way to explore new places and immerse yourself in a culture which is not necessarily close to your own.

April 2020 • Jules Verne
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To travel or not to travel...

As the debate heats up on whether travel is a force for good or merely another contributor to our carbon footprint it is interesting to see the impact the current pandemic is having on both arguments.

April 2020 • Francis Torrilla, Managing Director
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'Mission Possible' For Tanzania’s Wildlife

Ultimately, the quicker we get tourism moving again, rangers paid on time, safari camps busy and fully staffed, the better the chance for the wildlife.

April 2020 • David Guthrie, Owner of Tent with a View
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Protecting India's Wildlife

Despite the lockdown period, the national park authorities in India have been working with the reserves and the park rangers to ensure they're performing their duties of patrolling just like normal.

April 2020 • Anurag Bhutungru, Go Vacation India
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Best travel accessories for your next group tour

Whether you are an experienced traveller, or heading off on your first group tour, having the right accessories will help to make the trip more enjoyable. 

April 2020 • Jules Verne
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