PAKT Travels

How to Take Amateur Wildlife Photos

How to Take Amateur Wildlife Photos

Our founder gives a few tips on taking wildlife photos.

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PAKT in Palm Valley, Northern Territory, Australia

PAKT in Palm Valley, Northern Territory, Australia

Palm Valley is one of PAKT's all time favorite back-country destinations. Not to be missed on your next Australian Outback adventure.

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PAKT in McCarthy, Alaska

PAKT in McCarthy, Alaska

June is a great time to visit Alaska. The weather can be good, bugs not quite out yet, and less tourists than in July and August. If you like to get away from the cruise ships and wish to see a bit of the inland, then definitely consider a trip to McCarthy, Alaska. Worth the trek, McCarthy is an old mud-laned mining town that offers just enough creature comforts to keep even the most high maintenance traveler happy, so long as they are willing to put some miles on their boots. What do we mean? Well, you can't actually get...

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PAKT in Riga, Latvia

PAKT in Riga, Latvia

Old Riga is interesting and beautiful in mid-March, with nighttime snows and restaurants that are foodie's post-soviet dream. Each evening, a few inches would cover the streets just enough, so that the cobblestone alleys became enchanted winter wonderlands. Wandering the old city with snow falling in my hair and furry boots on my feet, I loved the beauty and history seeping from the streets. My must PAKT item for this trip, hands down, was my Spinster Sisters' Body Butter. The dry winter air can be skin taxing, but great for anyone with hair that tends to frizz! A twice per day application...

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The World is a Beautiful Place.

The World is a Beautiful Place.

My name is Jessica and I founded PAKT with a friend who loves beauty products as much as I love to travel. From Alaska to Australia, I've been fortunate enough to see some incredible parts of the world. I love great food, a good cocktail and to photograph wildlife in natural habitat. And, I can share with you where to go to find those things, and more. Where possible, I forgo the chain hotels for boutiques or inns, and as long as the food is great, I'll eat at a roadside gas station picnic table with the same enthusiasm as...

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