As a central hub of tourism, Southeast Asia is a true bastion for those that have a taste for adventure. With some of the friendliest people around, combined with unique and low-cost cities, anyone wanting to see something new will want to spend more than a few months touring this region and seeing what it has to offer.
Commercial airliners transformed the way we travelled around the world.
Where it once required that we take a ship to get to another county – something often only reserved for the rich – in the decades since flight has become open to the public, we can now go anywhere for a relatively low price.
But despite how cheap flying has become in the last few years, travelling from one continent to another can still put a major dent in savings.
There’s nothing quite as exciting as travelling to a new place. The anticipation of being immersed in a new culture, meeting new people, and seeing new sights is enough to get anyone exhilarated.
That’s right up until the traveller learns that they’re going to have to sit in a plane seat for 18 hours at a stretch, meaning that they are going to have to a few different ways of keeping themselves entertained.
If being eco-friendly in as many aspects of your life is important to you, the good news is that you don’t have to worry about being limited on your next holiday.
There are many incredible destinations – from major cities through to remote locations – that are truly green and have wonderful sustainable offerings.
A honeymoon is one of the most special vacations you’ll ever take. It should be almost as life-altering as the step you took, promising to love and stay with this one person forever.
That’s why for some, heading to one of the usual or traditional honeymoon destinations around the world is just not an option. We’re looking at some unique places that you should check out for your romantic getaway.
One of the aspects that some travellers don’t consider when they’re planning a trip to a new country is just how they’re gonna be getting around once they’re there.
For those few with the money on hand, it’s easy enough to hire a car for the duration of their stay and simply drive to wherever they need to go before giving the car back. Not everyone is as financially fortunate, however, so they may have no choice but to utilise whichever type of public transport is available.
The Middle East is overflowing with culture and history, being home to some of the oldest traditions and foods in the world.
While some may have some reservations about travelling out to Middle Eastern countries, the truth is that there is an entire world of rich culture just begging to be explored, as well as large groups of extremely friendly and welcoming people.
Canada is truly a country like no other. It boasts extremely progressive laws, a competent government, breath-taking scenery, and some of the happiest people in the world.
It’s a fantastic place to visit at one point or another, with an almost endless amount to see and do for those that are adventurous at heart.
While we like to think of veganism as being something of a modern trend, there are actually multiple traditional cuisines that revolve around wholly plant-based ingredients.
In fact, some of the oldest cuisines in the world are completely vegan, meaning that it’s a practice that’s been around for thousands of years.
With a vast and varied coastline, Africa boasts some of the best beaches in the world. Here you will find miles of untouched sandy stretches, dotted with luxury resorts, warm seas and some of the best conditions for water sports like sailing, snorkelling, scuba diving and fishing.
Majestic islands abound and several marine species are often seen cruising the coastline from dolphins to turtles, whales, whale sharks and everything in between.