Category: Travel Tips

5 Great Ways to Explore India

Volunteer Understanding a country’s culture is best understood when you interact with the people. What better way of adding value to others than to take part in a volunteer project. Choose from a variety of skills that you have, roll…

3 Alternative Locations for A Surf Break

Sri Lanka There are so many surfing destinations in Sri Lanka that deciding to visit them all would take a very long time. Start with Hikkaduwa where beaches, scuba diving and nightlife lure you in even as you come to…

A Weekend in Brighton

    by  Ben124.  A cosmopolitan and sophisticated city by the sea, Brighton is one of the UK’s best and most popular weekend retreats. Here’s our handy guide to where best to eat, sleep and drink, with a bit of culture thrown in for…

The Temples of Taiwan

Temples are an integral part of the religious and cultural landscape of Taiwan, with over 5000 in total ranging from small one-room shrines to vast and elaborately designed buildings. All play a key part in the religious life of the…

Beat the Boredom, Get Online 

Travelling from A to B is not the most enthralling part of a holiday, but it’s unfortunately a necessary evil, in order for us to get from home, to the fantastic places we’re dreaming of visiting. If you’re driving somewhere,…

Planning a Winter Break in Tenerife  

Winter can be beautiful. All those snow can make the world look so magical. However, if you’re tired of the cold and want to take a winter break, head to Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands. A mere four-hour…

Five Ways to Celebrate Special Occasions with Travel  

Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, engagement, promotion, honeymoon, or some other special day you want to celebrate, doing it away from home, in totally new surroundings is sure to make it all the more memorable. I celebrated my 30th birthday…

All By Myself? Top Tips for Solo Travel

Solo travel no longer has the stigma it once did, in fact nowadays you can easily find plenty of singles holidays for travellers, meaning no matter what your circumstances, you’re able to jet off and explore the world. Whether you…

The Mysterious East Where to go in China with the kids

You might not consider China as somewhere you can easily visit with the family, especially with little kids in tow, but this is one of life’s great misconceptions! China is packed with not only family friendly activities, but also places…