The world is full of summer travel destinations vying for your hard-earned tourist dollars each season. We take a look at some of the best to choose from.
There’s a reason why Mark Twain said that Mauritius was made first, and then heaven was copied after! Here’s why it should be your next holiday destination.
It's no secret just how beautiful Ireland is and coupled with the hospitality and friendliness of its people, it is one of the premier tourist destinations on earth. And while the popular and well-known sights will always attract plenty of foot traffic, it's nice to give the little guys some limelight as well. This small selection of Ireland's hidden gems should wet any appetite if you're planning a visit to this bountiful land. Even if you're not, you might want to go!
The Moroccan city of Marrakech can be perfectly described with just one word – exotic – and it is the ideal location in which to dip your toe into African waters. It has long been regarded as a gateway into the continent, and a wonderful jump-off point for exploring deeper in this much-misunderstood region of the world.
You’ve heard of the Appalachian Trail, but you might not have heard of the White Mountains. You’ll find them about 110 miles north of Boston, taking up a large proportion of New Hampshire. The White Mountain National Forest boasts some truly breathtaking scenery, with around 100 miles of the Appalachian trail traversing through here.
The Darien Gap is one of the world’s last bastions of wilderness. As a literal ‘gap’ between the connections of north and south America, few venture into the area, afraid of the dangers it presents. Yet with those dangers comes some of the most exhilarating views and experiences you will likely ever have.
We think travel is incredible – which is why we do it so much! Yet there are often times on the road where we’re left with not much to do (train journeys, for example). That’s why we find that a good book is one of the things you should never travel without, and what better theme than travel?
San Diego is the kind of city you visit in order to relax. It’s the type of place you kick up your feet and enjoy the atmosphere – a mix of beaches and chilled city life – whilst sipping on a drink or just taking in the sun. Of course, if you’re more of a walker there are more than a few sites where you can go for a great stroll or two. From the city’s famous zoo to it’s modern and redeveloped Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego’s pace of life might be slower than most places, but it uses that time effectively.
The British Film industry is an unassuming one. It’s sometimes hard to think of films which Britain has actually made. However, did you know that parts of the US hit series 24 was actually filmed in the small city of Southampton, UK? Despite being set in the US. You would be surprised by the scale and number of productions which have actually taken place on UK soil.