Many people who haven’t cruised, or have had a bad experience on an early cruised, have written off cruising as a viable travel choice. Ned Levi discusses some potential alternatives to mainstream cruising, which may be worth considering by travelers who’ve decided, to date, to never consider cruising.
Are you a candidate for expedition cruising? Ned Levi looks at the difference between typical cruising and expedition cruising, examines what kind of travelers might like and not like expedition cruises, and discusses some of the characteristics of expedition cruising.
Last week, Ned Levi wrote about making great wildlife photos with long lenses when you travel to view and photograph wildlife in far-flung areas of the world. This week, Ned writes about wildlife travel safety, and has 11 tips to help you stay safe while out viewing wildlife in their native habitat.
More and more travelers are traveling great distances to journey on trips primarily to see and photograph wildlife. Ned Levi has some tips and technique suggestions to help travelers use those long telephoto lenses on DSLR cameras we’re seeing more and more all over the world.
Ned Levi has found an unknown gem of the natural world right in the 6th largest city in the US. Just a mile from the Philadelphia International Airport, travelers can find more than 300 bird species, many other animals, butterflies and wildflowers in the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum.
The International Maritime Organization has banned the use and ships’ tank storage of heavy fuel oils by ships in Antarctic waters to prevent oil spills from causing an ecological disaster at Antarctica. Ned Levi discusses the ban in terms of the balance between the environment, tourism, and economic issues.