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Titles Mark has contributed to include

Mark Eveleigh the writer

A proficiency in Indonesian/Malay, Spanish and French has allowed Mark to dig deeper to the crux of his stories for publications like CNN Traveller, Geographical, BBC Wildlife, BBC Earth, CNN Travel, The Boston Globe, The Guardian, Independent, Esquire and National Geographic Traveller. He also writes for numerous inflight magazines and if you’re flying KLM, Emirates, Qantas, Korean, Qatar, Etihad, Kenyan, Malaysian or Garuda chances are you’ve seen his work next to the sick-bags.

In Swaziland for

BBC Earth

Swaziland's resurrection as a Big Five safari destination is one of the world's most fascinating conservation stories.

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In Zimbabwe for

Wanderlust

After decades of instability, Zimbabwe
is reinventing itself as one of Africa’s safari gems – Mark Eveleigh
rediscovers a wilderness where there are 200 times more elephants than
international visitors…

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In Ghana for

Esquire

I begin to wonder if we are becoming just a touch obsessed by the thought of the little "lost world" we are struggling to reach.

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In Zimbabwe for

BBC Wildlife 

These canine Houdinis, often
called painted wolves, may be
the most misunderstood large predators in Africa.

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In Hong Kong for

Holland Herald
(KLM inflight)

Hong Kong is one of the glitziest high-rise cities in the world. But there’s more. Take a good long look around street level and encounter

\some unexpected traditions.

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In Uganda for

Travel Africa 
 

Mark Eveleigh treks into the highland home of the mysterious Ik tribe and discovers the truth about the
community that was once portrayed as the world’s nastiest people.

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In Komodo for

BBC Wildlife

Komodo dragons inspired legends of
fire-breathing monsters and, as Mark Eveleigh discovered, the truth is
almost as strange as the fiction.

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In Vietnam for

The Independent

"It’s 40 years since the end of the American war,” says Vu Vo,” but in Saigon people have a way of looking forwards, never backwards".

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