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8 Tips for flying with a camera bag

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Photography and travel go hand in hand.  We travel to explore and we take photos to capture those explorations and memories that we create in the course of travelling. Travelling unlocks new destinations, new subjects...

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Why You Should Kayak British Columbia’s Inside Passage

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Rowing southeast along Vancouver Island’s coast, my kayak emerges from the first rock notch: I see a black bear idling underneath the warm sun. Stroking his fur and itching wherever his paws can reach, he pays me no mind. The sun is his main attraction, his refuge, and he soaks in it.

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Is Your Travel Camera Flight ready?

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With what seems like the light at the end of the tunnel from a devastating pandemic, the world is making plans to reopen for travel towards the end of this year. In some regions, travel corridors have already been established (e.g. New Zealand-Australia), while others are being discussed (US-UK). When you are able to safely travel again, make sure you are fully prepared to travel with all your gear by reading our guide for stress-free flying.
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La Aventura Nicaragüense: Maderas Village

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Maderas Village is a hidden gem located in the lush coastal hills of Nicaragua. Langly’s founder and creative director Evan Lane spent a week exploring this paradise. Maderas boutique resort is tucked away in a forest that thrives on adventure, new experiences, and good company. This Pacific coast hideout is ideal for people of all walks of life - creatives, students, professionals, or those who simply want to travel.
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Alaska, Wild

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Alaska offers endless experiences of everyday encounters with nature and road trips you will never forget. One of Alaska’s highlights, is the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park that covers a vast area of mountain ranges, pristine rivers and glaciers. Its area makes Wrangell-St. Elias one of the biggest national parks in the United States. Surrounded by small communities of old mining towns, like Kennecott copper mine, this area is full of history and wildlife.
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MEANDERING AROUND MORROCCO

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8 days of trekking through Morocco through the lens of Evan Lane. Morocco is a gateway to Africa and a country of dizzying diversity. Here you'll find epic mountain ranges, ancient cities, sweeping deserts – and warm hospitality.
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What the Galápagos Can Teach Us About Travel

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Walking through the middle of North Seymour Island, I quickly notice my steps occupy just a tiny sliver of the island’s expanse. I’m traversing a land that is centuries old, and it seems like I’ve lurched myself back in time: Massive birds congregate all around me, and I feel like I exist in another era, where animals roam free, completely unaware and uninhibited by the presence of humans.

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Exploring Huacahuasi Valley, Peru's Best Kept Secret

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Unlike the revered Inca and Salkantay trails, the Lares route to Machu Picchu flies largely under the radar for most travelers. Developed by Mountain Lodges of Peru in late 2015, the trail blends the intimacy of mountain life with the stirringly beautiful Andean range, connecting you with the cultures that worship this land like a god. Weaving through traditional Andean communities, the Lares provides unprecedented access to life in the Peruvian highlands: This is the path for those who seek a journey to evolve just as much on the surface as it will prove to accrue within you.

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'DamNation': “Desert Goddess” Remembers Arizona’s Glen Canyon

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When the Glen Canyon Dam was approved in April 1956, a group of archeologists and river runners set out to document more than 250 culturally significant sites and 125 side canyons that would be flooded by the project. One of those river runners was Katie Lee, a folk singer and Hollywood starlet turned activist. As she describes, "We would go around a corner, and spread out before us would be this incredible site ...
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