Notten’s Bush Camp: South Africa’s Premier Safari Camp

If you are looking for a truly authentic safari experience, you’ll find it at Notten’s Bush Camp. With a history dating back over 30-years, this family run property is one of the original private game lodges in South Africa, and with it’s prime position in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in the Greater Kruger National…

Travel Australia: Self-Drive vs. Camper Van

Australia is constantly ranked as one of the Top 25 Best Destinations in the World, and rightly so! It’s big, it’s beautiful, and it has much to offer the intrepid traveller, which is perhaps why it attracts some 9 million visitors each year, but for us Europeans, it’s a long way to go for a…

15 Photos that will Inspire You to Visit Sossusvlei Namibia

Sossusvlei is one of Namibia’s most spectacular attractions, and whether you are heading to this African gem on an escorted group tour or a self-drive adventure, it should definitely form part of your travel itinerary. Situated in the Namib-Naukluft National Park, one of the largest conservation areas in all Africa, Sossusvlei is characterised by its…

A Tribute to Thailand: Go Visit the Land of Smiles!

Thailand is celebrating, and rightly so, thanks to the magnificent efforts of local and international diving teams and support crews, the Wild Boar Football Team and their coach are finally free from the caves of Chiang Rai! It’s not often a story like this has a happy ending, and while we should all take a…

Having a Whale of a Time in South Africa: But No Sharks…

If the European heat wave is starting to get you down and you are desperate for some cooler climes, now is the perfect time to pack your bags and head on down to the Western Cape of South Africa where the sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the oceans are bursting with sea…

Friday’s Photoshoot: Postcards from Southern Africa

If you are fed up with football and feeling deflated with the 30 degree heatwave, why not book yourself a last-minute holiday to Southern Africa, and experience winter below the equator. The temperatures are mild, popular sight-seeing areas are much less crowded, and with no televisions or even electric in some parts of the African…

Safari Style: Zambia’s Best Bush Camps

If you are looking for a truly unique safari holiday, Zambia could be the perfect destination for your next wildlife experience. A country rich in culture, natural beauty, and awe-inspiring landscapes, Zambia has something to offer everyone, and whether you are looking or a traditional safari, a photographic safari, a walking safari, or a canoeing…

Happy Summer! Happy World Giraffe Day!

Well in case you missed it, today is officially the first day of summer here in the northern hemisphere, and if that wasn’t enough to brighten up your Thursday, it just happens to be World Giraffe Day too, and if you adore these long necked lovelies just as much as we do, now is the…

Why Now is the Best (and Cheapest) Time to Visit New Zealand

There are many reasons to visit New Zealand. Home to snow-capped mountains, never-ending coastlines, magnificent Fjords, golden sandy beaches, vast winelands, cosmopolitan cities, beautifully maintained roads, friendly locals, and more National Parks than you could possibly visit during just one trip, Aotearoa, as it is known in the Maori language, is a one of a…

Airport Hotels: A Review of the Hampton Inn by Hilton Stansted Airport

Love them or loathe them, airport hotels are convenient, and whether you are looking for somewhere to rest before an early flight, somewhere to revitalise during a long stopover, or simply somewhere to catch a few hours sleep during transit, a good airport hotel can make all the difference to your journey… but finding a…