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12,000 Years of Mongolian Rock Art

Embarking on a journey with Tusker to Mongolia provides travelers with an extremely rare opportunity to experience rarely seen rock art, as old as 12,000 years, that is extremely hard to locate.

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DEATH ON THE HORIZON

Lake Chad was once one of the greatest and most dynamic wetlands in the world; today it pales in comparison.

Due to irrigation usage, global warming, reduced rainfall, damming of inlet rivers and other human activity, the lake is shrinking; and could all but disappear in as few as two decades.

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DARK DESIRES

The relationship humans have with sweets is one of history’s greatest love affairs.

It is a food that is synonymous with pleasure, and nowadays it has even been touted for its numerous health benefits.

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GRANNIES SUMMIT KILIMANJARO

GRANNIES SUMMIT KILIMANJARO

In Gisèle Lalonde Mansfield’s wildest dreams, she had never imagined that she would climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest peak, as a 55-year old grandmother.

But on October 3rd, 2007 she boarded a plane bound for Tanzania.

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DEAD BEAT

By on April 1, 2010 in Travel Category

Jet lag, or circadian dischronism, is one of the big drawbacks of modern day air travel and can result in a feeling that is way beyond tired.

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