• 5 things to see and do in Peru

    Peru is a country so huge and varied that you’ll never fit everything in in one trip. To help you decide what to do first, I’ve given you my list of the top 5 things to see and do in Peru. 1. Rainbow Mountain This one is a tough one....

  • Chichen Itza vs. Palenque – which one’s best? (5 minute read)

    The Mayans were an incredible civilisation, first appearing in 1800 B.C. before completely vanishing by the 16th century. They left behind a marvellous legacy and many ruins which have fascinated us since their discovery. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, Chichen Itza is certainly the most famous as...

  • 10 Interesting Facts About The Great Wall of China (4 minute read)

    Built to protect China from invasion, the Great Wall of China is one of the world’s most famous structures. A walk along this World Wonder takes you through diverse and stunning scenery including rugged mountains, vast desert and lush green lands. Read our choice of the top 10 facts...

  • Top 10 Cruise Journeys

    Whether it’s sailing around a volcanic archipelago, along a coast of a hard to navigate country or on a magnificent river, cruise journeys are guaranteed to be exciting expeditions. We take a look at our favourite water bound options, our diverse list including entire trips spent on a cruise...

  • 10 Interesting Facts About Chichen Itza (4 minute read)

    Chichen Itza is an archaeological site in Yucatan and one of the most visited locations in Mexico. Rich in history and the centre of pilgrimage for the ancient Maya civilization for over 1,000 years, Chichen Itza is full of interesting facts. Read on to find out more about this...

  • 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...

  • What to Expect when Visiting the Amazon Rainforest

    The world’s largest tropical rainforest is an exotic landscape of steamy undergrowth, towering canopies and twisting rivers home to a staggering bio-diversity. For many visitors, a trip to the Amazon can, at first, seem a little intimidating with thoughts of mosquitoes, unbearable humidity and wandering creepy crawlies. To ease...

  • The Way to Macchu Picchu – Inca Trail & Lares Trek Compared

    There are some questions that will continue to divide Man for all eternity – which one’s best, Pepsi or Coca Cola, Marmite or Vegemite, brown sauce or ketchup in your bacon sandwich? Pushing thoughts of food aside, for travellers the ultimate ‘which one is the best?’ question is reserved...

  • Taj Mahal dome to undergo facelift in 2018

    Completed back in 1648, the world’s most iconic monument ever built in the name of love is over 360 years old and, unsurprisingly, in need of a little TLC. Over the last few years mud-pack therapy has been carried out on the marble facade and...

  • South Korea’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites (9 minute read)

    Did you know that South Korea is home to 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites? That’s more than Egypt, more than Croatia and even more than Israel. Yet this Asian gem is often overlooked. With a further fifteen sites tentatively added to the list, South Korea is up there with...

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