With flights grounded and travel plans postponed, these times are testing for all our international adventurers. We feel you!
In fact, we’ve been shamelessly scrolling through our tagged pictures on Instagram to reminisce! So to lighten the mood, here’s a few incredible pictures captured by our travellers over the past few months.
Whether your social distancing or just dealing with the fact that Coronavirus may affect your upcoming travel plans – Here’s a list of the 7 best travel shows and podcasts to keep you busy during the downtime!
There’s so much to do and see when visiting Egypt. From the bustling cities to the Pyramids, ancient Temples and Red Sea, this country has it all! But if visiting the unique and colourful villages in Egypt tickles your fancy, we know just the spot.
This year marks the 105th anniversary of the Anzac’s landing on the Gallipoli peninsula in the First World War. Each year on the 25th of April Australians and New Zealanders commemorate and pay their respects to the fallen. Visiting Gallipoli on Anzac Day is a truly moving and sombre occasion.
From experiencing different cultures to making memories with new mates; everyone has different reasons for why they travel. For some, it all comes down to travelling to new countries for must-try foods. So we threw out the question on social media… If you could teleport to any country for one meal, where would you go?Read more…
Dreaming about a week-long sail through Europe with days spent dabbling between the sundeck and crystal blue bays in a colourful floatie? You’d could be mistaken to be think we’re talking about Croatia.
Yes, while Croatia Sail has been given the hefty title by many as ‘The Best Week of any European Summer!’ It’s fair to say Sail Turkey can put up a solid fight. Read more…
There’s no denying it, Morocco is taking over Instagram feeds worldwide with stunning snaps of sunset camel rides, camp sites in the Sahara, blue-washed towns and intricate designs that most architects only dream of.
Morocco’s culture, traditions, cuisines and scenery is almost as colourful as the rainbow itself. Read more…