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  • The 10 best jungle lodges in the Amazon

    The 10 best jungle lodges in the Amazon

    July 4th, 2012Richard Hammond
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    Stretching across thousands of miles and several countries, the Amazon basin is home to an almost endless number of jungle lodges.We’ve picked out our ten best in the region, but let us know your own favourites below. Sani Lodge, Ecuador Sani Lodge comprises ten lakeside, thatch-roofed cabañas owned and operated by the Sani Isla community…

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  • Responsible travel – a green stay in Patagonia

    Responsible travel – a green stay in Patagonia

    July 4th, 2012Richard Hammond
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    Enjoy a more eco-friendly stay in Patagonia with our green guide to the region, taken from travel bible Great Escapes. Stay in an eco camp Ecocamp is a remote, futuristic camp in Chile’s Parque Nacional Torres del Paine. Tucked up in an igloo-like geodesic dome (made from sturdy galvanized iron and raised above the ground…

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  • Responsible travel – a green stay in Copenhagen

    Responsible travel – a green stay in Copenhagen

    July 4th, 2012Richard Hammond
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    Minimise your footprint in Copenhagen with our green guide to the city, taken from travel bible Great Escapes. Sleep somewhere green It wins no points for style, but Copenhagen’s greenest (and cheapest) youth hostel – conveniently located near the centre of town – has good intentions at its heart. Sleep-in Green is run by a…

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  • Responsible travel – a green stay in Amsterdam

    Responsible travel – a green stay in Amsterdam

    July 4th, 2012Richard Hammond
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    Minimise your footprint in Amsterdam with our green guide to the city, taken from travel bible Great Escapes. Pedal your way around Amsterdam has an excellent network of trams, metro and buses, but cycling is usually the quickest, easiest and cheapest way to travel around the city. Nearly all the cycling lanes are separate from…

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  • Six great treehouses – monkey business optional

    Six great treehouses – monkey business optional

    July 3rd, 2012Richard Hammond
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    B&Bs and traditional hotels are all very well, but sometimes is fun to get in the foliage and live like a monkey for a few days. Here’s a few of our favourite treehouses around the world. Where’s your favourite? Keycamp, Northern France Choose between three treehouses at Keycamp’s family-friendly French campsites – at Carnac and…

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  • Britain’s best yurt and tipi camping sites

    Britain’s best yurt and tipi camping sites

    February 13th, 2012Richard Hammond
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    Yurt and tipi camps have been springing up all over Britain. They range from a single canvas structure pitched in a farmer’s spare field to multi-tent sites spread over tracts of woodland and with all the activities and facilities you’d expect at a modern campsite. Here are our top ten favourites. Larkhill Tipis, West Wales…

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