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Food Adventures

Nancy Mills looked forward to admiring the art deco architecture of Casablanca, exploring medieval Fes and watching the sun set over the Sahara, but it was what she didn’t expect that turned out to be to her liking in Morocco … “I looked forward to riding a camel on my

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Travel Tips

It’s wonderful being able to snap away happily on our holidays thanks to digtal photography. But it’s not only about the freedom of taking 100s of shots. There’s the added thrill of instantly sharing the moment and meeting locals, as Intrepid’s Yvette Thompson discovers in India… “Waan foto!” “This is

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About Intrepid

Brooke Malley was determined not to spend the next holiday season alone, but little did she know that she’d fall in love with Egypt, in more ways than one… “London shuts down over Christmas. It’s hard to believe, but the greatest city in the world is a ghost town from

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About Intrepid

The champagne corks are popping again because Intrepid Travel has received the top award for being Australia’s fastest-growing and most innovative company at the 2008 SmartCompany Awards. Geoff Manchester, Intrepid Director and co-founder said, “This is a great honour and one that Darrell, my fellow co-founder and I will cherish,

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Food Adventures

Eating is a national pastime in Singapore. The local passion for culture and cuisine make it a food-lover’s paradise and Nova Oldfield savoured every mouthful of her Singapore holiday… “Singaporeans take their food very seriously and there are so many fantastic places to eat; from crowded markets to five-star hotel

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Feature

Trekking may just seem like walking for a long time up and down hills (and to a certain extent, it is), but there’s usually a lot of preparation required to do it successfully. It’s in the nature of treks to take you well away from your comfort zone, infrastructure, first

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Feature

What is it about Asia that throws up strange and unusual places to rest your head? It’s as if there’s some inaudible signal being broadcast causing architects and hoteliers to try and one-up each other in a race towards the weird and wonderful. Hey, I know, let’s make them sleep

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Travel Tips

It’s extraordinary to think that even in a brief tour of China you can see centuries-old buildings and ancient temples alongside the world’s most modern architecture. It’s this remarkable juxtaposition that Intrepid’s Jenny Voelzke found so fascinating… “Travelling to China was something I was extremely excited about! Although I only

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About Intrepid

South America is a land of miraculous scenery, rich cultures, captivating wildlife and some of the friendliest people on the planet. It is also the land of Colombia – a destination that isn’t often at the top of travellers’ hit lists but most certainly should be. Here’s why. 1. Beautiful

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About IntrepidResponsible Travel

Intrepid is a very proud supporter of the documentary film, I Am A Girl, and are now delighted to say ‘she’ is off to school! A suite of high-school education materials have been launched to coincide with International Women’s Day, 2014, to help address discrimination against women and girls. Developed

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