Staying at Marigot Bay Resort & Marina in St Lucia

Staying at Marigot Bay Resort & Marina in St Lucia Style & Character 2017-06-024.5Overall Score Reader Rating: (0 Votes) If I could share just one photo from my recent stay in St Lucia you might hazard a guess that it would be of the famous Pitons. staying at marigot bay resort and marina in st lucia. Identifiable by […]

How To Reduce Your Spend On Mobile Internet While Abroad

I’d imagine that I speak for most people my age when I say that ‘I can’t live without Wi-Fi’. Sure, if I packed myself off to a digital detox or yoga retreat I could manage for a few days without being connected, but the reality of modern life means that checking my emails, staying up-to-date […]

8 Ways Camping Will Change Your Perspective on City Living

The human race was never designed to thrive in a concrete jungle. camping will change your perspective  Our hunter-gather instincts and hair-covered bodies were primed to live off the land and sleep out under the stars. However, today these activities are enjoyed only by the most adventurous who choose to reacquaint themselves with the rewards […]

Win a Luxury Holiday to Thailand with Flights and Accommodation for Two

Since my last major giveaway on the blog – the chance to win a Panasonic GH4 – I’ve had a number of emails asking when I’ll be hosting another. Choosing only the best competitions to share with you here on Wanderlusters, today I’ve got something very special to announce! In partnership with the Tourism Authority […]

5 Activities You Need To Try When Visiting The Philippines

The popularity of the Philippines has been steadily rising over the past few years as word of its beautiful beaches and rich heritage slowly spreads across the world. When visiting the Philippines. The fact that it still remains largely untouched by mass tourism means it has retained its exotic atmosphere and authentic feel, unlike other […]

Review of Hotel 1898 La Rambla Barcelona

Review of Hotel 1898 La Rambla Barcelona Style & Character Ammenaties 2017-04-044.8Overall Score Reader Rating: (0 Votes) Situated in the very heart of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter Hotel 1898 is one of the city’s most intriguing residencies. Housed in the former head office of the Compañía de Tabacos Filipinas (Philippines Tobacco Company) its 19th century structure […]

27 Travel Hacks That Will Save You Time & Money

Leaving the comforts of home for any period of time involves a certain amount of planning and consideration. Without taking the time to prepare for your forthcoming trip, you may find that you need another holiday to recover from the stress of international travel. Below is our check list for those of you planning more […]

5 Things You Must Do When In Los Angeles

There’s much more to the City of Angels than eight lane highways, miles of golden sand, and countless performers waiting in line for their five minutes of fame. LA is a city of extremes, a beacon of hope for dreamers the world over, and an anything goes environment where creativity can shine. must do when in […]

Mother’s Day Floral Masterclass at Old Spitalfields Market

If you’re looking for the ultimate Mother’s Day gift there’s a pop-up florist in London offering a traditional bouquet with a twist; thanks to Wildabout you and your mother can design your very own posie of beautiful blooms to celebrate the special bond you share. Floral Masterclass at Old Spitalfields Market. Between the hustle and bustle […]

Scotland’s Callanish Neolithic Stone Site Leaves a Lasting Impression

I have been writing a sport and travel blog for some time now. I  write about disability and how that never stops me living a healthy lifestyle and participating in outdoors sports. I write about my motivation in the hope that I can inspire and encourage others. Through cycling and walking I have travelled across […]

Explore Europe’s Most Spectacular Driving Routes: The Rusty Rally

Navigate your way through some of the world’s most famous roads and spectacular high mountain passes on the journey of a lifetime. The Outward Bound Trust’s Rusty Rally returns in 2017 to challenge a new crop of participants to navigate their way through some of the world’s most famous driving roads in an old banger. […]

Europe’s Last Great Wilderness Has The Cleanest Air In The World

As I walked out of the plane and down the air-stairs towards the tarmac at Kittilä Airport I was suddenly very aware of my breathing. Cold, crisp, and clean the cool night air coursed through my lungs like a refreshing tonic; a hint of spruce pine scented the darkness that surrounded me. Although unaware of […]

Girls Who Travel: An Interview With Author Nicole Trilivas

Nicole Trilivas has always been a traveler, and she has always been a writer. But it’s only recently that she combined her two loves. Her debut novel, Girls Who Travel (Penguin Random House) is a lighthearted romantic comedy with the overarching theme of travel. Here, she talks about her inspiration: Tell us about Girls Who […]

London to Lapland – The Ultimate Itinerary For Finish Lapland in February

There are 190,000 reindeer, 749 fells, and 1 Santa Claus in Finish Lapland; the original winter wonderland there are plenty of reasons to visit Finish Lapland in February. Here harsh weather conditions and long winter nights are juxtaposed by the beauty of the region’s wilderness and unobstructed panoramas are in endless supply. Flying Business Class […]