Patagonia and other adventure travel destinations

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The best places in the world to charter sport fishing yachts

fishing yachts
7 minutos

Sport fishing yachts are specially engineered to withstand long periods at sea. Oriented around big game fishing, these boats are packed with equipment, technology, and gadgets to ensure the largest possible haul. Some are even designed to explore untouched waters in remote corners of the world. However, many of these boats wouldn’t look out of […]

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Causes and effects of pollution on the Polar regions

causes and effects of pollution
7 minutos

The planet is warming up – since 1906, the average surface temperature has risen by almost 0.9°C. In the sensitive Polar regions this number is even greater, with average temperatures reaching up to 4°C higher than those recorded 50 years ago. However, today scientists prefer to use the term ‘climate change’ rather than global warming. […]

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5 reasons outdoor yoga benefits the body and mind

outdoor yoga
6 minutos

Outdoor yoga can enhance your practice in a whole new way. Nature connects us to our roots; our relationship to the earth, the grass, the trees, and the ocean plays an important role in our evolution. For example, a recent study found that the naturally occurring patterns in organic forms have calming, focusing qualities. Therefore, […]

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Where to go on whale watching tours in Patagonia

whale watching tours
7 minutos

Patagonia has an abundance of wildlife. From guanacos to armadillos, the region is home to a whole host of fascinating animals. However, Patagonia’s array of amazing wildlife isn’t just on land – there is a wealth of incredible marine life for you to discover. For instance, Patagonia is one of the best places for whale […]

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How to pick out the right fishing backpack

fishing backpack
7 minutos

Fishing vacations are relaxing and restorative – but sometimes packing can be a bit of a challenge. With so much gear to prepare before you set out, organizing everything you need into a bag can take some planning. After all, you don’t want live bait getting in with your snacks! The most experienced anglers will […]

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Effects of pollution on glaciers and consequences for the environment

effects of pollution
7 minutos

Today, the effects of pollution are having a serious impact on the environment. After more than a century of unchecked carbon emissions, the consequences of human activity is becoming clear. Many people are aware of the subtle changes global warming is causing, like higher temperatures and poor air quality – however, there are many long-term […]

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The 3 most romantic European sailing vacations for couples

sailing vacations for couples
8 minutos

A sailing vacation is a great way to get away from it all. Aboard a private yacht, you can dip in and out of harbors as you please, enjoying beaches, bars, and food. Some of the most picturesque destinations are in southern Europe, where you can enjoy gorgeous weather alongside rich culture. However, once you’ve […]

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The best camera for wildlife photography: Our top 3 picks

best camera for wildlife photography
9 minutos

Choosing the best camera for wildlife photography can be an overwhelming experience. After all, the camera body is just one aspect of the process – after that, you need to think about frame sizes, lenses, autofocus capabilities, burst settings, bags, tripods, memory cards…the list goes on. However, the process needn’t be so challenging; with a […]

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10 fun facts about coral reefs

fun facts about coral reefs 1
8 minutos

Coral reefs are some of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet. Contrary to what many people assume, coral aren’t plants – they’re animals. A coral reef is composed of thousands of soft-bodied animals called coral polyps that collect layers of calcium carbonate over time. These environments attract a multitude of other plants and animals, […]

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How climatic factors affect glacier recession

climatic factors
7 minutos

Over the past decade, scientists have observed that many of the world’s glaciers have begun to recede dramatically. Now, experts agree that it is as a result of man-made global warming, as opposed to climatic factors. Whereas previously skeptics suggested that volcanic activity and solar variation could contribute to glacial recession, researchers now agree that […]

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