Category: Camping

5 reasons to safari at Beho Beho

5 reasons to safari at Beho Beho

Beho Beho was my first safari experience, and I have been told that I have set the standards pretty high. Of course, I will let you know once I have had my second experience – apparently the Serengeti is worth looking into. But for now I shall give five reasons to visit Beho Beho. 1. […]

A beginner’s guide to glamping

A beginner’s guide to glamping

So, you love the idea of camping in the great outdoors, but you can’t quite say goodbye to your creature comforts? Glamping is the perfect solution. Featuring all of the best bits of camping with a little luxury and glamour thrown in, glamping can be a great experience. What exactly is glamping? Glamping is exactly […]

Top 5 luxury Serengeti safari camps

Top 5 luxury Serengeti safari camps

The Serengeti is a vast open space of rolling hills, vast savannah and rivers which covers most of Northern Tanzania – it is one of the most famous safari destinations in all of Africa and certainly lives up to expectations. There is abundant game and predators around every corner, not to mention the wildebeest migration, […]

Glamping in Australia's only biodiversity spot

Glamping in Australia’s only biodiversity spot

Experience Margaret River’s magnificent mountain bike trails and walking tracks, from a new eco-camp set amongst towering karri forest. Once a pine mill and then a budget accommodation, the Wharncliffe Mill Bush Retreat has had a $1.2 million upgrade, adding four new lodge rooms, three new forest cottages and safari tents as well as offering […]

Discover and explore Indonesia’s ‘Ring of Fire’

Discover and explore Indonesia’s ‘Ring of Fire’

Indonesia is a dynamic country that spans almost two million square kilometres across the equator between Asia and Australia and offers plenty of adventures and explorations to suit all travellers. Its more than hundred-twenty volcanoes throughout the chain of islands is why Indonesia has often been referred to as the “Ring of Fire”. From romantic […]

Sea lions are just like puppies and other things I learned on the Eyre Peninsula

Sea lions are just like puppies and other things I learned on the Eyre Peninsula

This holiday was so good I did it twice: the first time though my job in the travel industry, the second time I brought my husband along so he could experience this beautiful part of the world. Here’s what I learned: 1. Camping can be fun! Anyone who knows me will tell you I HATE camping. It’s […]

Luxury for less this Autumn

Luxury for less this Autumn

Looking for a little luxury this Autumn? This can be a magical time of year – a time when the tourist trail is less hammered, yet the scenery and countryside is as beautiful as ever. Here’s a handful of great ideas if you’re looking for luxury on a budget, whether you’re happy to stay at […]

The best way to explore the African bush

The best way to explore the African bush

I quite often get asked ‘what’s the best way to view animals and get close to nature’. My answer? The mobile safari is by far the best way to enjoy a true African safari experience. Some of you might be wondering what a mobile safari entails. Well, it’s a safari that packs up every few […]

Glamping shows its alternative side

Glamping shows its alternative side

Luxury camping is not just about safari tents, yurts and tree houses.  While these types of accommodations are unique in their own rights there is an otherworldly side of glamping that many travelers have never seen before and could possibly never imagine. The most intriguing thing about glamping is that sites can be built practically […]

Can green travel still be luxurious?

Can green travel still be luxurious?

The past couple of years have seen an enormous growth in green travel and eco-tourism, indeed it is now fairly fashionable to be going green. But can green travel really be luxurious? Absolutely. Long gone are the days of British green travel involving sitting in a field eating from a can of baked beans. Oh no, with the […]

Enjoy England for Excellence 2008

Enjoy England for Excellence 2008

In case it passed you by, yesterday was St. George’s Day. And I’m sure it was no co-incidence that the presentation of the Enjoy England for Excellence 2008 awards was celebrated on the same day. For the first time, the event was held outside London, with the organisers preferring to opt for the European Capital […]