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Top 5 safest countries for solo travellers to visit

Top 5 safest countries for solo travellers to visit

Solo travel, particularly amongst females is on the rise. The world is so accessible nowadays, and there is always a new place or country to explore. Many tour operators are recognising this and there are now more options for single travellers than ever before with lots of small group options for like-minded travellers, but some […]

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8 of the best gourmet restaurants in the Alps

Summer season is perfect to explore the Alps: Whether you like hiking, biking, sightseeing or relaxing, there’s something for everyone. All activities have one thing in common: you will eventually get hungry. Now, a considerable part of restaurants in the Alps have an unexciting and monotonous menu that is not really worth the stay. To […]

The UK's newest World Heritage Site is also its biggest

The UK’s newest World Heritage Site is also its biggest

So, as you may have heard… the area I am proud to call home – the English Lake District – is now officially a World Heritage Site, putting it alongside the iconic Taj Mahal, the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon as a site of global, cultural and historical significance. Not only is it […]

Top 5 things to do in Botswana

Top 5 things to do in Botswana

Brimming with some of the finest wildlife spectacles on Earth and famous for the Okavango Delta, Botswana is pretty high up on many people’s ‘must visit’ list. Home to some of the world’s most pristine wilderness areas, Botswana boasts waterways, national parks, private reserves and cultures that are begging to be explored – and sometimes […]

The most remarkable Spanish UNESCO Sites

The most remarkable Spanish UNESCO Sites

Spain has the third highest number of UNESCO sites of any country in the world, with only China and Italy beating it by a few sites each. They include some of the most famous European monuments and instantly recognizable Spanish icons, from the spectacular Alhambra to Gauds fantastical Barcelona creations. There are other special places, […]

6 luxury resorts with their own private airstrips

6 luxury resorts with their own private airstrips

One of the main benefits of flying privately is the unrivalled comfort and convenience that it provides you with. What more convenience could you want than flying directly into the stunning luxury resort youre staying in using their own dedicated airstrip? Here are 6 luxury resorts with their own airstrip. Las Alamandas, Mexico Arrive in […]

Can you name these 7 unusual Costa Rican animals?

Can you name these 7 unusual Costa Rican animals?

As you explore the forests and wildlife refuges of Costa Rica, you’re bound to come across some furry creatures that you won’t recognize. Read on so you know what to look for! You can visit refuges that serve to rehabilitate injured animals get a closer look at these exotic creatures at places like Project Ass […]

10 Provencal activities not to be missed!

10 Provencal activities not to be missed!

Holidays are about relaxing, but that doesn’t mean sitting around sunbathing all day long. Provence is such an incredibly varied region and we are spoilt for choice when it comes to the range of activities available. From cooking to mountain biking, there is something for everyone in this most glorious area of France. Cookery classes […]

Wonders of the Lake District World Heritage Site

Wonders of the Lake District World Heritage Site

In 2017 the Lake District joins the likes of the Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China and the Grand Canyon in enjoying World Heritage Status. Whilst these are great monoliths, the Lake District is a petite natural wonder, filled with its very own network of hundreds of miles of hand built stone walls, mausoleums, […]

Where to enjoy an al fresco coffee in Africa

Where to enjoy an al fresco coffee in Africa

If you’re planning an African safari and are also a coffee lover, then you already know that several safari destinations are also coffee exporters, such as Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi and even Zambia. We try to frequent new coffee shops on every visit to Africa and have compiled a list of our current favorite haunts […]

8 highlights on the Big Island of Hawaii

8 highlights on the Big Island of Hawaii

The Big Island of Hawaii from the sea floor to the top of Mauna Kea is 33,500 feet. That is one big volcano. More surprising is the diversity of things to do on the Big Island as it has almost every climate zone on the planet in over 4,000 square miles of land mass. Beaches […]

Top 5 gin bars in Barcelona

Top 5 gin bars in Barcelona

From underground clubs to classy rooftops, Irish pubs and beach boozers, there is no shortage of bars in this eclectic city. But no matter what dance floor or bar stool you find yourself on, the menu at any bar is sure to have one thing a gin and tonic. Whether you’re a newcomer or a […]

5 of the best hotels in Arctic Europe

5 of the best hotels in Arctic Europe

The region of Arctic Europe includes Finnish Lapland, Northern Norway and Swedish Lapland, the most Northern parts of each of the three countries. This is a region of spectacular natural beauty, gourmet food, Northern Lights and White Nights. The Arctic Circle is the land of the midnight sun. The Summer solstice in June is a […]

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From South to North through Namibia

Namibia, a big country on the south-western shores of Africa, is a tourist paradise! A surprizing diversity awaits the traveller in this sparsely inhabited country: a long coastline and one of the oldest and largest deserts in the world; rugged mountains and vast open spaces, beautiful trees and savannah plains, and some of the most […]

The most stunning Austrian castle hotels for a night out from Vienna

The most stunning Austrian castle hotels for a night out from Vienna

While cultural tourism is booming in Vienna Austria the quaint castle hotels in its lush green surroundings have largely gone unnoticed. At a maximum an hour and a half’s drive from Wien history, luxury and nature enthusiasts will find a welcome break from their city break. Here are the top 6 Medieval and Renaissance Austrian […]

9 secrets of Spitsbergen

9 secrets of Spitsbergen

What a difference a century makes. In the early 1900s, Spitsbergen and the Arctic regions were spoken of with awe and a fair amount of fear. Only the world’s greatest explorers dared take on the northern reaches in the hunt to find the Northeast and Northwest Passages first, and of course the North Pole itself. […]

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