Friday’s Photoshoot: Celebrating World Rhino Day 2016

In case you missed it, yesterday, 22nd September 2016, was World Rhino Day, and while the recent poaching figures seem to indicate that we have nothing to celebrate, all 5 protected species are still alive, and a global effort is now in place to help protect the rhino (and the elephant), from extinction. At the…

Happy World Peace Day!

Today, 21st September 2016, is not only the last day of summer in the northern hemisphere, but it is also International World Peace Day, and if there is one thing that our planet needs right now, it would have to be peace! Established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1981, World Peace Day is…

Vietnam Adventures: Sailing Halong Bay

Vietnam is fast becoming one of the most popular travel destinations in Southeast Asia, and with its breathtaking landscapes, limestone islands, enchanting heritage, beautiful beaches, friendly locals, lush rice fields, forested mountains, magical temples, and quite possibly, the best street food in the world, the popularity of this exotic gem is set to grow. Travelling…

Discover New Zealand on the British & Irish Lion’s Tour 2017

If you love to watch rugby, and you love to travel the world, 2017 is going to be a very special year indeed!  The British and Irish Lion’s Tour is set to take place in New Zealand from 3rd June to 8th July, and if your idea of the perfect holiday includes visiting new places…

Winter Sun: Top 5 Luxurious Destinations for Your Winter Break

If, like most of us, your summer has been a complete wash-out this year, now is the perfect time to start planning your winter sun holiday to somewhere warm and exotic. There are some fabulous travel deals to be had at this time of the year, and whether you are looking for an action-packed adventure,…

Holiday Regrets: Top 50 Revealed… What Are Yours?

We’ve all heard the saying, ‘what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas’, but according to a recent study on travelling habits, it seems that many of us have regrets about what we did, and what we didn’t do, while away on holiday. In the study, carried out on 2,000 adults by SPANA, a charity that…

South America on a Shoestring: It’s Possible with Budget Airlines

While travelling in South America is nowhere near as economical as it used to be back in the early 1990s, it still remains a great value destination for American and European travellers. Your Pounds, Dollars and Euros will still go a long way in Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil, and with amazing flight details…