Autumn walks around Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve

Autumn walks around Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve

Each autumn across the English countryside, there’s a soft light that’s particularly lovely early in the morning or late in the afternoon, casting long shadows and an ethereal glow across the landscape. One of my favourite places to enjoy autumn walks in...
What you should know about swimming with dolphins

What you should know about swimming with dolphins

While on holiday in Egypt in 2013, when I heard that you could swim with dolphins in Sharm el Sheikh I leapt at the chance. This was a long-held dream of mine and I was over the moon. It was a spur of the moment decision that I now regret. I’ve since researched...
How to become a responsible whale watching guide

How to become a responsible whale watching guide

My heart is pounding, and my stomach is doing somersaults as I look around the room of friendly faces. Why am I so nervous? To be fair, we all are. I think it’s because it means so much to us. We’ve spent a week with the World Cetacean Alliance, training...
Mandina Lodges, the perfect start to our West African honeymoon

Mandina Lodges, the perfect start to our West African honeymoon

As a female baboon with baby in tow passed by Neill, he glanced my way, grinning from ear to ear before returning his gaze to the troop of baboons that were casually marching by him, just a couple of feet away. I doubt when I suggested we had a second honeymoon, this...
Top 10 things to do in British Columbia

Top 10 things to do in British Columbia

Top 10 things to see and do in British Columbia 7 With vibrant cities ranked amongst the best places to live in the world, jaw dropping scenery rich in wildlife, and a reputation for the most welcoming and friendly people found anywhere in the world, it is no...
The Wildlife of Canada’s Clayoquot Sound

The Wildlife of Canada’s Clayoquot Sound

The Wildlife of Clayoquot Sound Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada   7 As the ebbing tide withdraws, a rich mosaic of life is revealed, clinging resolutely to the rocks and one another – barnacles attached to limpets attached to mussels attached to...
Vancouver Island, Canada Road Trip

Vancouver Island, Canada Road Trip

Throughout the previous week, as we had explored the Sunshine Coast of Canada, Sara and I had often gazed across the water to Vancouver Island and her still snow-capped mountains. Today we were about to set out on the longest drive of our road trip, and it would take...
Vancouver – when nature swims into the city

Vancouver – when nature swims into the city

Excitement is mounting in the Travel With Kat household as I’m getting ready for my next big adventure – two weeks with my mate Sara from Travel Continuum, driving an RV around British Columbia, starting in the beautiful city of Vancouver. Be sure to...
Discovering Canada’s wild side at Whistler

Discovering Canada’s wild side at Whistler

Today I’d like to share a guest post from Canadian freelance travel writer and photographer, Johanna Read. Last year I visited Canada for the first time and discovered two wonderful cities on the edge of nature, Victoria and Vancouver. Here Johanna...

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