Unforgettable bike riding adventures

Do you remember the first time you rode a bike without stabilisers, or freewheeled down a very long hill? That joy of cycling really is second to none, and whether you’re a casual, fair weather cyclist, or hop on the bike committedly for your daily commute, it’s something which can always be rediscovered. One of […]

5 tropical island resorts with the ‘wow’ factor

It’s the vacation that we all dream of; fly to the other side of the world and check into a luxury resort on a tropical island for some serious relaxation and endless sunshine. These 5 tropical island resorts with the wow factor are all in Southeast Asia and are sure to impress even the most […]

Italy’s 10 most stunning landscapes

There’s no doubt about it… Italy is one breathtakingly beautiful country. From the rocky mountains of the Dolomites to the craggy hilltop medieval towns dotted around Tuscany and Umbria, to the dazzling seas and whitewashed towns of Puglia — there’s no shortage of picturesque backdrops to your holiday snaps. But if you’re finding it difficult […]

Escape to Paradise! Top 5 activities in the Amazon of Ecuador

Gridlock traffic. Sunless days working indoors. The relentless cacophony of the city… do you need to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life? A change is as good as a rest! Trade your modern city for an ancient paradise. The Yasuni Biosphere Reserve is the perfect place for a unique encounter with nature. […]

Top 6 Summer destinations for luxury jet travelers

By Adam LeRoy on Jun 23, 2018 in Africa, Air Travel, Asia, Bahamas, California, Caribbean, Europe, Fiji, Malta, North America, Oceania, Regions, South Africa, Speciality Travel, Thailand, USA, Western Europe The definition of luxury travel continues to evolve. A new one is long overdue, anyway, as the term becomes more and more watered down with […]

5 ways to be a better traveler

By Matt Holmes on Jun 22, 2018 in Travel Miscellany Despite our best efforts, travel does have an impact on the world (both negative and positive). From planes emitting CO2, the tonnage of hotel laundry that needs to be washed and dried every day around the world, to the sharing of cultures and transplanting new […]

5 ways to unwind in Canterbury

By Jennika Argent on Jun 21, 2018 in Accommodation, Attractions, Europe, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Regions, Travel Miscellany, United Kingdom, Western Europe My trips in the UK are few and far between, but I’m always pleasantly surprised by how beautifully manicured England can be and Canterbury is no exception. Aside from its grand […]

5 Greek experiences to transform you

In 2016 and 2017, we noticed the rise of experiential travel as the leading trend across countries and generations, where vacationers were looking for ways to blend in with native cultures, interact with the locals, become insiders and feel much more than a tourist. This year, industry leaders are pointing towards a new shift, that […]

5 sizzling Summer festivals in Malaga, Spain

Already the summer season beckons. Especially here on the southernmost Mediterranean coast of Andalusia, the sun over Malaga province begins to intensify as the longest day approaches. And though the sun blazes a scorching path throughout summer, nothing in Malaga sizzles so much as the festivals between spring and autumn. Every village, town and city […]

6 Summer Colorado food and wine festivals

Denver is the gateway to the Rocky Mountain corridor. In the winter skiing rules. In the Summer and Fall, food and wine festivals abound with some unique approaches to the tried and true sample-and-dine model. Here is a line up of the best festivals to consider for the Summer/Fall season of 2018 in Colorado. Telluride […]

An Azorean adventure – 7 best things to do on Sao Miguel Island

If you haven’t heard of the Azores, join the club! I only found out about this little cluster of 9 colourful islands sitting out in the middle of the Atlantic recently and didn’t waste any time booking my ticket to Ponta Delgada, capital of the biggest island, Sao Miguel. This insanely green, volcanic island was […]

Top 5 wildlife watching holidays

By Claire Powell on Jun 17, 2018 in Africa, Asia, Canada, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, North America, Regions, Sri Lanka, Tanzania There is something very special about seeing animals in their natural habitat. Beautiful albeit sometimes heart-breaking, a spectacular wildlife event will afford memories that last forever. From the great migration of East Africa to spotting […]

7 perfect destinations for extroverts

By Leora Rothschild on Jun 16, 2018 in Africa, Asia, Australia, Ecuador, India, Kenya, Morocco, Oceania, Regions, South Africa, South America, Zambia, Zimbabwe According to the most extensive study on personal space boundaries ever completed, people need less personal space in regions with hot weather. Interestingly the study also found that people from these areas […]

10 reasons to visit Switzerland’s Poschiavo

By Michael Edwards on Jun 16, 2018 in Accommodation, Attractions, Europe, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Regions, Switzerland, Travel Miscellany, Western Europe With a beautiful valley, serene lake and small-town charm Poschiavo is some package. The North – South valley, a finger of Switzerland, is surrounded by Italian mountains. Italian language, a love of […]

5 South American beaches you’ll absolutely love

By Alfonso Tandazo on Jun 15, 2018 in Attractions, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Going Out, Leisure Travel, Peru, Regions, South America, Speciality Travel, Uruguay Bathed by the waters of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, and by the Caribbean Sea, South America can boast — arguably — the most beautiful beaches in the world. From remote fishing villages […]