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Where the foothills of Mount Kenya merge into the desert, the people of Samburu have maintained a strict patriarchy for over 500 years in northern Kenya. That is, until 25 years ago, when Rebecca Lolosoli founded Umoja village as a safe haven for the region’s women. Umoja, which means “unity” in Swahili, is quite literally …

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In this episode of On Location, Director Mark Vins takes you along on a scouting expedition in the country of Iceland!

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In this episode of On Location, Coyote and the team discover ancient cave paintings while exploring in South Africa! Well known for its historical significant in early human culture, South Africa is home to some of the most important artifacts on the planet. Will the team’s discovery add to this rich culture of human history? …

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Take out your bucket list, your travel list and your to do list, because these places deserve to be on all three. There are places in the world you somehow wish you’ll visit one day, but then there’s also those that you simply can’t miss out on. Well, these are even better. They look surreal …

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Airbnb has revolutionized the hotel industry. Nowadays, when you decide to go on holiday or have a short stay in somewhere, you no longer need to solely rely on hotels and B&Bs that have actual people in them. Oh no. Now you can rent out strangers’ homes. If you’re a frequent traveler, this can help …

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I just love adventures like this! It takes a lot of courage, goodwill and open heart and mind to undertake the project like the Voyager. Crossing the country in an adapted vehicle and living in it is maybe something many dream of, but only rare few actually dare to do. These two cool guys met at the …

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Your home might be nice, but having kids inside it all the time is not healthy for them – or you! The world is so rich in greenery and mountains and oceans and interesting cities that every child should embrace the open air and develop a love for places of nature as they grow up. It’s the …

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The Panorama glass lodge in Reykjavík is the perfect spot to stay if you like to watch the northern lights from the front seat. You will stay in a room with huge glass windows that gives a perfect view of the Icelandic views around you, giving you a breathtaking experience.  The Panorama lodge was built to host two …

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Every year, villages, towns, and cities across Japan warmly welcome spring with waves of cherry blossoms. As one of its national flowers, the cherry blossom— or sakura—holds a special place in Japanese culture. For centuries, people have flocked to see the flora in full bloom, attending entire festivals dedicated to hanami, or “flower-viewing.” Occurring all over Japan, these …

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