Adventure Travel

Adventure Travel

The Beautiful World of the Bothy

Picture yourself on an expedition through the wild Scottish Highlands, with the weather and evening drawing in and no possible place to find shelter for the night. Until in the middle of nowhere, you spot what looks like an abandoned cottage, like an oasis in the desert but made of […]

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Life in Isolation – the World’s Northernmost City

ISOLATION SPECIAL – NORILSK, SIBERIA. With many of us experiencing life in isolation for the first time, we’re turning our attention to those far flung places where people live solitary lives all year long. In this edition we’re heading into the remote Siberian winter to explore the world’s northernmost city, […]

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Time to Enroll at Oddball University!

Autumn is fast approaching, and with it the beginning of a new school term. Whilst Oxford, Cambridge, Princeton and Yale all undoubtedly have their charms, there’s only one seat of higher education where you can learn all about the Room of Forgotten Souls, where to find the world’s largest Bowie […]

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The Last Lost Places

“From the top of the ridge, across one last valley, Lawrence could finally see his destination. A lost city at the top of the world.” Welcome to the wonderful world of The Last Lost Places! Lost cities and places have long captured the imagination of explorers. From Helike in Ancient […]

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The Empire Explorer

Here at the SGE, we love coming across people or groups who share our passion for exploring, history and adventure. In this edition of The Fellow Explorer’s Club, we caught up with The Empire Explorer, which is fast becoming our favourite resource for discovering New York State. When most people […]

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A Prison Island from the Civil War

This week, we’re setting sail for a little known island, home to an abandoned Civil War prison, and links to the Lincoln assassination conspiracy. Far flung desert islands often capture the imagination as idyllic places to escape to. But there is an island the Gulf of Mexico that is so […]

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Exploring World War One’s Deadly Iron Harvest

Beneath the surface of the old Western Front lurks a lethal menace. Even though it ended over a century ago, the Great War is somehow still killing people every year. For lurking underneath the old battlefields of the Western Front, lie millions of unexploded shells. Farmers tending the still battle […]

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A Desert Island of Ruins & Shipwrecks

Most travellers head to the Caribbean in search of a relaxing, tropical paradise. Here at the SGE however, we prefer our island visits to have a touch of danger and adventure! We heard of a small, uninhabited island, home only to ruins once used to quarantine slaves, a forgotten graveyard, […]

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A Graveyard for Explorers

In the shadow of North America’s tallest mountain, there is a quiet cemetery. Step inside and you’ll not find rows of traditional looking gravestones. Here, the memorials are much more personal in nature; small boulders with simple brass plaques; some take the form of broken airplane propellor props sticking out […]