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Editorial
Publisher's Note

When it comes to adventure of a lifetime, few come close to experience a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife excursion. Whether you’re witnessing a wildebeest migration or red crab spawning, the sheer numbers can be overwhelming. But so can spotting an incredibly rare wildlife like polar bears. It all depends on your cup of tea.

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Features
Off the Beaten Path - Safari in Zambia & Malawi
Often overlooked in the wake of better known neighbours like South Africa or Kenya, relatively unknown Zambia represents an unspoiled, more authentic corner of the continent.
High and Wild - Wildlife in the Altiplano
The Atacama Desert in Chile is the driest non-polar desert in the world, covering a 1,000 km strip of land sandwiched between the Pacific coast and the Andes mountains; its jagged, rust-coloured ravines, volcano-topped horizons and vast salt pans often draw comparisons with Mars.
Gear Guide
Reecho Men’s Dynamic Performance Hooded Jacket
This lightweight, stretching, wind resistance and breathable jacket with water repellent features make the perfect partner to perform during dynamic activities.
Brooks Glycerin 14
Glycerin 14 neutral running shoe is the ultimate in super-soft cushioning, and comes equipped with everything you could ever want to glide through your run in supreme comfort.
 
Wildlife Watching Gear
When looking at binoculars the first thing to know is what all of those numbers associated with them mean. If it’s 8 x 25, the first number (8 in this case) is the magnification. For wildlife viewing, an 8 or 9 magnification is fine; anything beyond becomes difficult to keep the image steady without a tripod.
If you are looking to learn how to spot great wildlife, here are some basic tips.
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