The Radar – the best of the travel blogosphere – is a regular feature on Intelligent Travel every Wednesday.
Here’s this week’s:
- Zoos have their place, but the only way to truly experience animals in the wild is to see them in their natural habitats. Here are 10 places to get up close and personal with wildlife around the world. @BeersAndBeans
- What do Huguenot refugees, Irish weavers, Bangladeshis, and hipsters have in common? They’ve all called London’s East End home at one point or another. Explore the eccentric street art, bustling markets, and diverse cultural history in this up-and-coming neighborhood. @Dangerousbiz
- Prague isn’t the only place in the Czech Republic. Get hip to other hot spots — think medieval castles, ancient cemeteries, and sprawling cave systems — around this central European gem with this off-the-beaten path guide. @meganotravels, @zofia_baldyga
- Did you know that more fossils have been found in Montana than in any other state in the U.S.? Travel to the Two Medicine region and learn what it takes to dig for dinos with National Geographic’s Digital Nomad, Andrew Evans. @WheresAndrew
- From the ice-capped peaks of the Snowy Mountains to the clear waters of Jindabyne Lake, Jindabyne in New South Wales, Australia, is a sight to see. Find out why this small village in Oz should be on your bucket list. @HuffPostTravel