Bangkok
Bangkok’s More Unusual Museums.

Bangkok is an exciting city that is known to be crowded, hot and never still; as it’s eight million plus inhabits go about their daily lives amongst the masses of tourists who…

Walk Japan
‘Walk Japan’ Launches In South Africa.

Japan is an incredibly appealing destination and one I’ve long dreamed of visiting to learn more about its people, society and culture as well as take in the landscapes, sweet cherry blossoms and see…

Elephant Poaching
Elephant poaching on the increase in Botswana.

Elephant poaching on the increase in Botswana. Recently the carcass of a 40-year old elephant bull was found in Ngamiland, northern Botswana, partly covered with still green Mopane bushes and half of its skull hacked away by poachers to remove its tusks. The bull was killed during full moon two days earlier.

Sarajevo
Sarajevo Is Calling My Name.

  I can pinpoint the exact moment that I knew I would one day walk the streets of this city with its tragic history of war, it’s brave and resilient people and…

India
Journey to India with Namaste Retreats.

  Annie Wyatt and Veechi Shahi with their Namaste Retreats India, are committed to taking people on transformational retreats to India, the birthplace of Yoga, Ayurveda, and Meditation. Which is why I have chosen to…

Sharks
Shades of Sharks and Turtles. Photography.

A surprise behind the scenes tour of the Two Oceans Aquarium led to my photographing these shadow play shots of sharks and rescue turtles from above their tanks. No filters applied, simply rainy…

Walking And Cycling Iconic Berlin.

These days the divide is no longer obvious. The wall is down, freedom reigns true in this capital city and tourists find themselves asking where it is and where it was; whilst stepping obliviously…

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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