Solo Travel: Just You & Your Old Kit Bag

Solo Travel is the biggest travel trend of 2018, and if you like the idea of travelling the world on your own, but find the whole idea a tad daunting, you’ll be pleased to know that there is a whole new market out there for independent travellers, and solo travel is now more widely accepted…

The Key to a Long Life Revealed: And it’s HOLIDAYS!

If you think the key to a long and happy life is daily exercise, a healthy diet, and maintaining a healthy weight – think again! New research shows that it is holidays that make us live longer, and there’s 40-years-worth of evidence to back it up! Recently published in The Journal of Nutrition, Health &…

Experiential Travel: The Best Places in the World to Find it

Experiential travel is one of this year’s biggest travel trends, and if you are tired of the same old beach holidays, bored of city breaks, and fed up with family camping trips, it might be time to spice up your life with a trip to the best place in the world for a unique travel…

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…

Destination Chile: A Traveller’s Guide to the Atacama Desert

It’s big, it’s barren and it’s the driest place on earth, but there is something truly magical about the Atacama Desert, and if you are heading to Chile anytime soon, this magnificent wonder should be right up there on the top of your “to do” list. Spanning some 41,000 square miles, the Atacama Desert is…

Earth Day 2018: Make a Pledge to Make a Difference

You only have to read the newspaper each day, or even your Facebook feed, to see that we humans have truly messed up this beautiful planet that we call home. Our oceans are full of plastic waste, our everyday actions are causing global warming, and many of our animal and plant species are at risk…