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NICK WALTON
NICK WALTON
Nick Walton is a Hong Kong-based travel photojournalist who spends half the year exploring the world’s most remote corners, from the Northwest Passage to South Georgia and points in between. Managing Editor for experiential travel magazines Jetsetter, Explorer and Journey Weaver, and a regular commentator on travel issues, when Nick’s not travelling on assignment, he can be found in his adopted home, exploring the wet markets and hidden beaches, or tracking down the city’s best dirty martini with his wife and corgi.

Dubbed ‘the world’s aquarium’ by Jacques Cousteau, the Gulf of California is teeming with marine life but this fragile ecosystem is on the brink

Helena Bay, nestled in 304 hectares of the North Island, was developed by a Russian tycoon to the tune of US$35 million. The touches are luxe, the dining is fine but you still have to pay for the mini bar

A perfect place to watch the annual migrations of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelles, and the predators that prey on them, the camp offers tented suites with king-sized bed and indoor and outdoor showers.

Antarctica offers a lucky few the chance to experience an otherworldly land of ice and snow. Nick Walton even gets to sleep under the stars.

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