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    This Is Not a Safari: Uganda

    Mountain gorillas, Pygmy guides, and idyllic lakes are hidden in southwest Uganda. And almost no one is going! Read more.

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    Seeing Antarctica Takes Real Planning

    It used to be that traveling to Antarctica meant playing Russian roulette with your life. These days, trips to the continent can be tackled with (relative) ease. Read more.

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    Sri Lanka Is the New Thailand

    All it took was a brief glance to the east to see how things are changing. Right at the bay’s apex the scenery was in the process of a dramatic transformation. Read more.

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    Myanmar (Burma) Is Not Used to Tourists and That's OK with Us.

    Burma is undeniably one of the most raw and photogenic places on earth. Read more.

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    Where the Tour Busses Aren't: Molokai, Hawaii

    Hawaii's most beautiful island is probably one you've never heard of. Read more.

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    The Beaches Are All Yours in Uruguay

    If you’re looking for white-knuckle South American adventure, stop reading now. But if you want to lounge on an empty beach for hours, have the best sandwich on the continent, or surf little-known breaks, consider one of these off-the-beaten-path trips. Read more.

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    Walk from Slovenia to Croatia

    The Balkan Peninsula's new megatrail is as much about imbibing culture as it is about bagging peaks. Read more.

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