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.
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.
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.
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.
Much like India couldn’t be more different to Russia, northern Africa resembles very little of the southern point of the continent. Here, much of the populace subscribe to Islam, there are countless kilometres of desert, and enough history to fill dozens of books.
Travelling around the world as much as possible is a dream shared by millions, and a large number of those millions take the plunge with the intent of seeing as much as possible. But sometimes life can get in the way, and instead of packing up and heading home, many would prefer to make it work wherever they end up, which usually means long term residency.
As one of the most visited countries on the planet, South Africa sees millions of tourists entering its borders every year. From the winelands of the Western Cape to the beaches of Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa is considered a must see for anyone looking to add some adventure to their lives.
But just as many people warn about seeing the country, citing the high crime rate, the bad infrastructure, and various other reasons that might force a traveller to instead look for a different region to visit.
When chefs train, most of them are trained in French-style cuisine. And there’s a good reason for this. A good grounding in French cuisine gives chefs a good basis from which they can improvise and experiment.
For most of us, being close to civilisation provides a sense of security; if anything goes wrong, at least we have access to the assistance of other people. But planet Earth is vast, and there are some regions dotted around the world that are considered truly remote in that civilisation hasn’t really been able to inhabit them even to this day.