You have all heard about the mysterious hills of Tibet, the amazing Nazca lines in Peru, the monumental Inca temples in the Andes, the wonderful Egyptian pyramids and the secrets of Stonehenge in England, right? And perhaps you are also quite familiar with... more »
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Rajputana as Rajasthan was once known has been for centuries the homeland of the Rajputs, a fierce martial warrior clan. The clan which is renowned for its fighting prowess and love for the motherland has produced many great warrior kings ...more »
One of the rare islands to be visited by car, Lefkada has become famous by Aristotelis Onassis and the renowned island of Scorpios. It is a green landscape full of remarkable sights, picturesque settlements, and above all, wonderful ...more »
The Queenstown Lakes region has a formidable and well-deserved reputation as one of the world's leading destinations for snowboarding. A combination of premier events, festivals, nightlife, world-class competitions, ski fields, snow ...more »
“So tell me, Josh, why Krakow?” If I had a potato for every time a Cracovian asked me the above question I could have opened a vodka distillery and retired on the profits long ago. To the casual visitor to this beautiful old city it ...more »
Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior III berthed in Benoa Harbour, Bali on Friday 31st May, as part of a campaign aimed at sustainable development. The vessel stayed in Bali for 2 days and was open to the public, including the Mayor of Denpasar ...more »
The West Australian yachts have left Bali after an epic race from Fremantle, Perth, 2.5 times the distance of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. 1 boat was dismasted, and others dropped out because of engine trouble, but luckily none were ...more »
Among the blues of the Pacific Ocean rest two small islands which possess a massive personality and a rich elaborate history. These two islands are known to locals as Aotearoa; the Maori meaning for The Long White Cloud. We know them as ...more »
Heady aromas of thick tobacco smoke, sugar-encrusted cocktails and spicy Caribbean cuisine wafting from dilapidated colonial buildings; these are the sights and smells conjured when we think of Cuba. A war-torn country overshadowed by a ...more »
Offering the opportunity to observe these amazing creatures in the wild, British Columbia is a prime place to watch whales in their natural habitat. Topping the list as one of the Pacific Northwest’s natural wonders, whale watching ...more »
If a holiday isn't a holiday unless you've scared yourself senseless hanging from a rope, clinging from a rock face or diving from a plane then this bunch of travel articles should help provide adequate food for thought. Bungee Jumping, Sky Diving, Abseiling, Rock Climbing, Paragliding and Hot Air Ballooning are just some of the things our intrepid scribes have road tested for you, all in the name of research you understand.
Read first-hand accounts of how it feels to be hurling to the ground, learn how to steer a hot air balloon (tip: you can't) and find out how you too can scour a rock face. Practical advice, tips and even videos are available to inspire and inform, and photos complete the line-up of our action packed insights.
So, go forth and select your next nail biting challenge, because as this selection of adventures prove; there's so much more to a memorable holiday than simply laying on a beach...
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