Travel

1 November 2020

The Ultimate Guide to Iceland's South Coast For Solo Females

Iceland is known as one of the best locations for solo female travel. Perfect for self-discovery adventures that are unlike anything you will experience anywhere else in the world.  Iceland ...

23 September 2020

Vietnam Travel Advice & Safety

While Vietnam is one of the safest countries in the world for British travelers, being prepared is critical. Read on for some travel, safety, and health tips to make your ...
5 August 2020

Travelling to Greece, the new normal by Sabrina Chakici

Friday July 3rd, the day travel corridor countries were announced in the UK. As quickly as I could read the published list, I booked myself some flights to one of ...
24 July 2020

Five ways to create a hotel-style staycation at home

With our annual overseas holiday postponed due to flight cancelations and country-wide lockdowns, a holiday at home might be the only alternative for a well-deserved break. This summer it's time ...

13 July 2020

JERSEY RE-OPENS BORDERS AS ISLAND WELCOMES STAYCATION SEEKERS

As COVID-19 restrictions ease throughout the UK, the largest Channel Island has re-opened its borders to welcome visitors once again.  The Visit Jersey website has seen over a 40% month-on ...
27 June 2020

How to avoid getting ripped off in Vegas this summer

Las Vegas is known worldwide as a holiday destination that guarantees an exciting night out, a dream location for a bachelorette party or weekend away with the girls. With an ...

18 June 2020

Are These ‘Double-Decker’ Plane Seats the Future of Flying?

As the world figures out a 'new normal' in the wake of Covid-19, one question on everyone's mind is how the future of flying will be impacted by the virus. ...

18 June 2020

8 of the World’S Most Beautiful Churches

A quick scan of the world's tourist sites shows that culture vultures owe Christendom rather a lot. From the paintings that fill the Uffizi to the dome of St Paul's ...

17 June 2020

Get Set to Go Wild: Why a Sustainable Safari Should Be Your Next Holiday

In many ways, nature has flourished during lockdown: trees in city parks have breathed the cleanest air in decades, emboldened foxes are strutting along residential streets as if they own ...

16 June 2020

How the World’S Hotels Are Adapting to Welcome Visitors Back

Hotels and global pandemics do not go well together. The travel industry is creaking back into gear, but how do you run a hotel when simply putting a chocolate on ...

13 June 2020

6 extremely strange national borders you won’t be able to get your head around

We’re not trying to get political, but it’s a simple truth that most borders are arbitrary. Whether established by tribal loyalties, quirks of geography, or a line scrawled on a ...
12 June 2020

6 Extremely Strange National Borders You Won’T Be Able to Get Your Head Around

We're not trying to get political, but it's a simple truth that most borders are arbitrary. Whether established by tribal loyalties, quirks of geography, or a line scrawled on a ...

10 June 2020

Sun, sea and sanitisation – how will our holidays look in the future?

Several weeks ago, the idea of even stepping outside your local area felt like a fantasy. But slowly, as lockdown restrictions ease, the situation seems to be changing, and there’s ...
10 June 2020

Sun, Sea And Sanitisation – How Will Our Holidays Look in the Future?

Several weeks ago, the idea of even stepping outside your local area felt like a fantasy. But slowly, as lockdown restrictions ease, the situation seems to be changing, and there's ...

9 June 2020

See the Breathtaking Winning Photos From the Sony World Photography Awards

From a heavily trafficked pangolin roaming in its natural habitat to traditional Japanese Torii gates that seemingly 'float' on water, the winners of this year's Sony World Photography Awards have ...

8 June 2020

World Oceans Day: Make Positive Plans to Explore Our Waters

Moved by the moon and animated by solar heat, five vast bodies of water ebb and flow around earth, constantly moving, evolving and fuelling scientific thought. But the unfathomable abyss ...

5 June 2020

World Environment Day: 5 of the Most Biodiverse Regions – And the Animals You’Ll Find There

Biodiversity can be a tricky beast to pin down. Depending on which source you look at, there are 17 'megadiverse countries', 36 'biodiversity hotspots', and 200 'ecoregions'. Assessment criteria vary, ...

3 June 2020

5 Fabulous Holidays Inspired By Our Favourite Wines

In the absence of international travel, we've had to search farther and wider to find connections with other parts of the world. During the past three months, sales of wines ...

2 June 2020

Japan’S Theme Parks Have Re-Opened – But You Can’T Scream on the Roller Coasters

In Japanese theme parks, no one can hear you scream. That's the idea anyway, after a group of operators released new coronavirus guidelines for park visitors, following the government's lifting ...

2 June 2020

Here’S How the World’S Holiday Hotspots Are Hoping to Lure Back Tourists

As the global tourism industry attempts to right itself after the devastation of Covid-19, a number of countries and regions are adopting innovative measures to tempt tourists back to their ...

28 May 2020

Quiz: Do You Know where These Famous Palaces Are?

From medieval fortresses to modern manor houses, down the centuries the world's rulers have treated themselves to residences that are nearly as affluent as they are unnecessary. Most palaces have ...

26 May 2020

The Airbnb where Matt Damon Isolated During Lockdown in Ireland Will Be Available Soon

When the world entered lockdown, millions of people across the globe were caught high and dry. From backpackers on round-the-world trips to hotel hopping businessmen, it was a common if ...

22 May 2020

7 World-Famous Tourist Attractions That Are Reopening

The world is emerging from lockdown in stages, and these celebrated tourist sites are among the first wave. You might not be able to fly to visit them just yet, ...

20 May 2020

This Housebound Photo Contest Has Captured Snapshots of Lockdown Around the World

Photographers have limited resources during lockdown. Snappers used to grand vistas and exotic foreign lands have had to settle for their living room windows, and selfies have become more ...