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Bardiya beginnings

#888 ( 15-21 December 2017 )
How Nepal’s wild west was opened to eco tourism 30 years ago

Returning to Chitwan

#886 ( 1-7 December 2017 )
Nature has reclaimed Tiger Tops, once Asia’s best wildlife lodge

The views parfait, the light magnifique

#884 ( 17-23 November 2017 )
Filming luxury fashion brand suitcases at dawn on Lake Taupo

The lyrical life of Desmond Doig

#882 ( 3-9 November 2017 )
Editor, writer, painter, designer, photographer, expeditioner, conservationist, Renaissance man, and a Kathmandu everyman

Aching for the Arctic

#880 ( 20-26 October 2017 )
Sweltering in the September humidity of a Kathmandu traffic jam, I ache for the crack of calving glaciers

Alan Root 1937-2017

#878 ( 6-12 October 2017 )
Innovative wildlife filmmaker and inventor of Root’s Ruin

Alan Root 1937-2017

#877 ( 22-28 September 2017 )
Innovative wildlife filmmaker and inventor of Root’s Ruin

Chatwin near Chitwan

#876 ( 15-21 September 2017 )
When writer Bruce Chatwin visited Nepal, nothing could be ordinary

One day of life in the jungle

#874 ( 1-7 September 2017 )
Long before the term ecotourism was coined, an initiative in Nepal rooted in conservation and community was hailed as one of Asia’s best

Hillary meets Hillary

#872 ( 18-24 August 2017 )

Gaida Sahib

#870 ( 4-10 August 2017 )
Andrew Laurie, Chitwan’s Rhino Man, did pioneering research into the endangered animals

Shooting the rapids

#868 ( 21-27 July 2017 )
The pioneers of the early days of river running in Nepal

Little Buddha comes to town

#866 ( 7-13 July 2017 )
When Kathmandu Valley became the location for a Bertolucci film

Sons of the famous

#864 ( 23-29 June 2017 )

Tigerman

#862 ( 9-15 June 2017 )

Landing hard in Meghauli

#860 ( 26 May - 1 June 2017 )
The Twin Otter lurched, and a blur of elephants and people flashed past the left wing

Preserving our heritage

#858 ( 12-18 May 2017 )
Professor Eduard Sekler’s enduring legacy of heritage and conservation in Nepal

Warwick Deacock, 90

#856 ( 28 April - 4 May 2017 )
Who lived life to the full and left a footprint in Nepal

A serious Swiss

#854 ( 14-20 April 2017 )
Toni Hagen knew from his country’s experience that Nepal would benefit from democracy and decentralisation

Call of the wild

#852 ( 31 March - 6 April 2017 )
Forty years later, I can still taste the fear and feel my trembling knees as I cowered uselessly behind the tree to dodge the charging rhino

"Join us on the land"

#850 ( 17-23 March 2017 )
Remembering the legendary Boris Lisanevich, founder of the Royal Hotel

Never fly into clouds

#848 ( 3-9 March 2017 )
Those wonderful Pilatus Porter pilots and their flying machines

Fire in the afternoon

#846 ( 17-23 February 2017 )
Once upon a time, Lady Elephant helped put out the flames at Tiger Tops

The unsuccessful hippie

#844 ( 3-9 February 2017 )
Although I never meant to stay, I am still here over 40 years later


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