Small Steps Towards Achieving Zero Waste Travel
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In recent decades, the need to preserve our beautiful planet and live sustainably has become ever more prevalent. Reducing, reusing and recycling are three easy elements that are being adopted in all aspects of life – these small changes working towards a larger goal of zero waste. This refers to …


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One of the questions we get asked the most at Quasar is this -
What's the best time of year to travel to the Patagonia?

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Thanks to the passion, hard work and generosity of American business people and philanthropists, Kristine McDivitt Tompkins and Douglas Tompkins, Chile has officially created five new national parks and expanded three others in what is the world’s largest donation of privately owned land. "Few places…

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Archeological findings reveal that Patagonia and the Tierra del Fuego was inhabited by native peoples as far back as 4,500 years ago. These native tribes are commonly referred to as ‘Tehuelche tribes’ or ‘Fuegians’ but actually refer to a number of separate groups with their…

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For years, Lonely Planet has been the crème de la crème of travel advice. From mainstream must-dos to quirky, off the beaten path destinations, they’re the go-to guide for high-quality travel advice that can help to transform a regular vacation into unimaginable lifetime memories. So,…

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Here at Quasar, we know that as a traveling photographer, you have special requirements. There’s little point in visiting an amazing overlook in the middle of the day when the photographic payoff is just before sunset as the long light of the day converts the…

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Just like a great wine, here at Quasar, we believe that travel too, gets better with age! Once the kids have left home, you’re now free to explore the globe and do something to reward yourself for all those years of hard work. If you’re…

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As summer draws to an end in the northern hemisphere, you’re probably dreaming about where and when to vacation this year. If exploring Patagonia’s wild and rugged national parks, glaciers and incredible wildlife is on your to-do list, here’s 7 reasons to travel to Patagonia…

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