• How to Spend a Day in Medellin

    The story of Medellin in Colombia is one of a kind. It was once named ‘the most dangerous city on Earth’ by Time magazine some 25 years ago. It was known for gun crime, cocaine and drug lords, being home to possibly the most famous one – Pablo Escobar....

  • Top 10 Cities in South America (12 minute read)

    Stretching from the icy glaciers of Chile all the way to Cartagena’s Caribbean coast, South America is a colossal continent. The diverse countries are full of cities waiting to be discovered. Some are colonial, some are cosmopolitan. Some are stunning, while some have a slightly more raffish charm to them. With so...

  • Top Destinations for Solo Travellers (7 minute read)

    One of the most exciting travel trends in recent years is the increase in solo travel. People are becoming more adventurous and independent in exploring this thrilling world we live in. And we, for one, couldn’t be more delighted by this. There are many reasons why you shouldn’t let the...

  • Best Winter Experiences Around the World

    Winter is a pretty divisive season. People either love it or hate it. And sometimes it’s not hard to see why you would have a slight aversion to it. Winters can be harsh, bleak and, of course, slightly chilly. However they can also be enchanting, magical and, dare we...

  • Best National Parks in Asia (10 minute read)

    Asia is a continent overflowing with national parks, all holding diverse and sublime landscapes. These national parks can be enjoyed in a number of ways, whether heading out a trek through the Himalayas or jumping in a jeep to go in search of wildlife. With so much beauty to be...

  • Top 10 Free Things To Do In Buenos Aires (8 minute read)

    Buenos Aires, the large thriving cosmopolitan capital city of Argentina, has a wonderful reputation. Nicknamed the Paris of South America, it’s vibrant, cosmopolitan, and beautiful. There are many ways you can break the bank during your time here. However, if you’re looking to save pennies, we’ve done the research...

  • The World’s Most Unusual Beaches (8 minute read)

    We all love those powder white sands lapped by crystal clear waters, but there’s also a few beaches out there with a more quirky beauty to them. We’ve searched high and low for the world’s most unusual ones. 1. Chandipur Beach, India While the best beaches of India are...

  • How to Spend a Day in Bogota

    On arrival in Bogota, especially if coming from the airport dazed and jet-lagged, it can appear loud, unorganised and grid-locked. However, spend just a little time exploring and you’ll quickly discover how special it is. The capital city is full of colonial buildings which lend a helping hand in...

  • Top 10 Free Things To Do In Helsinki (8 minute read)

    Helsinki is one of Scandinavia’s most popular destinations and the capital of Finland. For a small capital city, it certainly packs a punch – a quirky, relaxed, creative, stylish punch. However a visit here also has a reputation for giving your wallet a bit of a beating. Nevertheless, there...

  • How to Spend a Day in Cartagena (7 minute read)

    One of the gateways to Colombia, Cartagena is a captivating introduction to this incredible country. The perfect walking city, Cartagena is easy to navigate on foot. Leave your hotel wearing comfortable shoes with a map in your bag and you can’t go far wrong. To make the most of...

  • Top 10 Free Things To Do In Reykjavik

    Reykjavik has many wonderful things. Sophisticated architecture, stylish shops, beautiful nature and fascinating museums. It also has a reputation for being slightly pricey. However, it’s not difficult to spend a day getting well acquainted with the capital city without breaking the bank. To lend a helping hand we’ve done a bit...

  • The Flora and Fauna of the Amazon Rainforest (2 minute read)

    The biodiversity of the Amazon rainforest is absolutely staggering. It’s 5.5 million km² covers 40% of South America and nine countries. It contains nearly 10% of all known wildlife species with new discoveries being made on average every three days. Amazonian tribes who have never been contacted are still being found...

  • Easter Traditions From Around The World

    Easter is a holiday filled with chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and Bank Holidays. But did you know it is also a time for crime thrillers, kite flying and fancy dress? We take a look at some of the world’s more alternative Easter traditions. Norway Easter is a time...

  • Top 10 Alternative Road Trips

    Nothing beats the excitement of a road trip. Stocking a car with supplies, choosing the appropriate rousing soundtrack and heading out on the open road. And you’ve no doubt heard of the world’s classic choices – America’s Route 66 and South Africa’s Garden Route to name just two. However, there’s plenty...

  • The wildlife of Borneo

    Borneo, the third largest island in the world, was once covered in dense rainforest. While the size of the rainforest has unfortunately decreased over the years what remains is still a bio-diverse haven holding many marvellous creatures. Unfortunately, with their diminishing habitat comes dwindling numbers of wildlife making it...

  • The Wildlife of Antarctica (5 minute read)

    Being the coldest place on Earth, the wildlife of Antarctica has to be made of robust stuff. Freezing seas and desolate white deserts are not easy places to survive. Protected by the Antarctica Treaty, a journey to the Antarctic peninsula and surrounding islands will include sightings of the extraordinary...

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