A 5 Minute Guide to Pelican Lake and Orr Minnesota

If you’re planning to visit the United States and are looking for a destination that offers a true wilderness experience, consider Pelican Lake and Orr, Minnesota. With a reputation for great fishing, clear water and the opportunity to get back to nature, here pine trees and evergreen foliage line the shores along with glacial rocks […]

Top 10 South American adventure experiences

By Alfonso Tandazo on Jun 19, 2019 in Adventure Travel, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Featured, Peru, Regions, South America, Speciality Travel When travelers think of adventure, we usually imagine deserts, snowcapped mountains and spectacular landscapes. If there’s a continent where we can find all that — and so much more — it’s South America. […]

Photograph of the week: Brick Lane, London, UK

Brick Lane in London’s East End is many things to many people. A shopping mecca for hipsters with money to burn and an insatiable thirst for one-offs. A hotbed of cultural diversity and artistic freedom. The “curry capital” of the United Kingdom. You might even know it as ‘Banglatown’. The street itself runs from Bethnal […]

How To Make The Most Of Your Travel Budget By Paying Less For More

Travel is often associated with a sense of freedom, yet this feeling of freedom can be quickly pulled from under us if we don’t have enough money to fuel our travel adventures.  There are some great way to save money in order to travel the world, yet there are also things you can do with […]

12 events you won’t want to miss in Colorado this Fall

2019 marks the 160th anniversary of the Colorado Gold Rush, and while settlers originally migrated west in hopes of striking gold, travelers today head to the state to strike it rich with adventures during Colorado’s golden season: autumn. There’s no better time to visit the Centennial State than during the fall months. The days are […]

Gear Review Helly Hansen Verket Reversible Pile Jacket

True to size100 Sustainable product100 Fit and feel100 Reader Rating1 Vote100 Buy it here A versatile fleece-lined hooded jacket, Helly Hansen’s Verket Reversible Pile is a stylish outer layer that can be worn on a hiking trail, or the high street. A key piece in Helly Hansen’s Fjord til Fjell (Fjord to Mountain) collection, on […]

My St Mary’s Isles of Scilly Travel Guide

This article covers everything you need to know if you’re planning to book accommodation on St Mary’s. It also forms part of my comprehensive Isles of Scilly travel guide so look out for links to additional content below if you’re planning a multi-island itinerary. Encompassing an area of less than 2.5 square miles St Mary’s […]

5 unmissable days in Provence

Unlike any other European region, the beauty of Provence is that she generously provides a wide array of opportunities for leisure, which never fail to disappoint. From inhaling the sensual lavender lingering aroma to quaffing sweet Rosé under the stars, times here are as delectable as the warmth of the sun that drenches this archetypical […]

14 new treats for food lovers in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

The Myrtle Beach area received several new accolades in 2018 including being ranked by Google as the “Third Most Searched Travel Destination in the World”, one of the Travel Channel’s “Best East Coast Beaches” and a “Top 10 Beach Town with the Highest Quality of Life” by Coastal Living, but did you know that the […]

Exploring NZ with a guide – 5 ways to enhance your holiday

New Zealand is a land of such astounding beauty; one never has to drive too far to feast your eyes on something breath-taking and amazing. The contrasts between the massive mountain ranges and the broad, empty beaches, the forests, the waterfalls, the crystal-clear lakes, and indigenous fauna and flora are unique and fascinating beyond words. […]

Hiking the Nakasendo Trail and staying at a Japanese ryokan

We had been planning our once-in-a-lifetime adventure for nearly a year; 10 months travel around the world visiting 15 countries to explore the history, landscape, wildlife, people and food of each destination across South America, Australasia, the Polynesian Triangle, Southeast Asia, China and Japan. Our adventure included some of the must-see attractions of global travel; […]

10 of the world’s best luxury hotels

By Dave Warne on Jun 15, 2019 in Accommodation, Africa, Asia, Australia, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Europe, Featured, Finland, Hotels, Indonesia, Japan, North America, Oceania, Peru, Regions, Resorts, South Africa, South America, Tanzania, Western Europe, Worldwide From luxury lodges in the middle of the Serengeti to private-pool beachfront villas, the world is jam-packed full of truly […]

Beyond the headlines: the hidden treasures of the Middle East

What we often hear of the Middle East isn’t always positive, which is a shame as there is so much waiting to be discovered in this halal friendly part of the world. What many travellers have yet to explore is what’s behind the headlines often making the rounds on the TV or the internet. This […]