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Josh Jones on his time at Lale’s Camp

Friday, 5th July, 2019

Josh Jones Lale's Camp

As part of their year away before university, Will’s eldest son Josh Jones and lifelong friend Noah Marshal worked at Lale’s Camp.   Lale’s Camp is extremely unique and something I have never seen before. The rich, cultural diversity is ingrained into the land and etched onto the bodies of all that surround the camp. With many…

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A Sabi Sand Safari in the Kruger National Park

Friday, 29th March, 2019

Sophia Littledale South Africa

As you may know, friend and colleague Sophia Littledale recently travelled to South Africa with her partner, Alex. She has kindly written two blogs for us, of which this is the second. Read her first blog about a visit to the De Hoop Nature Reserve here. Playing host to both the Sabie and Sand River,…

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De Hoop National Park & South Africa’s Lesser-Known Wonders

Tuesday, 19th March, 2019

De Hoop South Africa Sophia Littledale

Friend and colleague Sophia Littledale recently travelled to South Africa with her partner, Alex. She has kindly written a couple of blogs for us. This is the first, and takes us to the De Hoop Nature Reserve. South Africa has a huge amount to offer the discerning tourist. It has a high diversity both in…

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I am Moana: Tassia Jones shares the fantastical joy of holidaying in Madagascar

Friday, 17th November, 2017

Tassia Jones in Madagascar

On 1st January, 2018, Journeys by Design will be launching Madagascar as a new destination to visit. Our very own Will Jones was lucky enough to spend the best part of a month there with his family in the summer, including his 14-yo daughter who, we’re pleased to say, sent an excerpt from her journal…

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Client Earth: working with the law

Tuesday, 22nd August, 2017

With Donald Trump contentiously pulling the US out of the Paris Agreement and with BBC Radio 4 sparking a backlash over its decision to include Lord Lawson, a prominent global warming sceptic, in a discussion on climate change, environmental concerns are once again at the forefront of public consciousness.   The worrying aspect, however, is that they were ever allowed to abate.   As NASA outline, previous scientific…

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Going Solo: Jo breaks the mould in Kenya and Tanzania

Tuesday, 29th April, 2014

Loliondo, Serengeti, Tanzania

When my colleagues at JbD travel on so-called Educationals (trips designed to test-drive the destinations we recommend to our clients) they are often in the company of other tour operators.  On my recent visit to Kenya and Northern Tanzania it was just me, myself and I. Airports can be overwhelming places to arrive in, especially…

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