Solo travel is the best way to travel, and in recent years has become an increasingly acceptable way to see the world. Today’s traveller has a whole host of advanced technology at their fingertips to make life easier and with instant communication with anyone anywhere in the world available at your fingertips, solo never has to be lonely. In this day and age solo travel is not only acceptable, it is desirable.
So what do you think? Should people take a gap year? Is it a good idea or not? I would love to hear all your thoughts and comments so don’t be shy! Come over and join in the conversation! And…
Teaching English as a Foreign Language, or TEFL, is a time honoured and tested way for travellers to work, earn money and travel the world at the same time. Here are some of the best TEFL courses to get you…
No one ever thinks that bad things will happen to them, but bad things do happen from time to time and when they do, it is important to be prepared. Beyond basic minor injuries you are going to need to seek proper medical attention because no one will expect you to know how to treat a major wound, but what do you do after that? What about the admin side of getting injured when you travel? Here is your step by step guide on knowing exactly what to do if you get injured abroad.
A lot of things can go wrong when travelling the world, but few can be as worrying as losing your passport. If the worst happens here are the exact steps you need to take if your passport is lost or stolen
Should you take a gap year? To help you make the best decision for you, here are some of the most common pros and cons of travelling the world.
How do you know when is the right time for you to take a gap year and travel? Is the economy going to make it difficult? Can you afford it? Maybe you are career focused or think you are the…
In Ethiopia’s desolate northern Tigray region, the unique Gheralta mountains reach out to the heavens, the formidable peaks guarding almost inaccessible ancient churches hewn into the rock itself. Climbing may not be the first thing that comes to mind here, but doing so barefoot alongside the faithful hoping to get closer to God is a spiritual, as well as an adrenaline fuelled adventure.
Airlines have gotten too used to treating customers in an appalling manner, throwing out any semblance of customer service and have acting in any way they wish with impunity for decades. It is time they are reminded that they are not a law unto themselves and paying customers do come first.
Coronavirus restrictions have devastated the tourism industry over the last two years with many businesses and livelihoods lost, and this has had a cataclysmic effect on conservation efforts around the world. As tourism begins to slowly get back to normal, a focus on responsible wildlife tourism is needed to save and protect so many species and habitats at risk of destruction and extinction.