Portugal’s second largest city, Porto is experiencing a magical renaissance. Decades ago, British merchant ships would gather in Porto’s old harbours, transporting wines all over the region. But today the same places are crowded with
ETIAS Essentials you should know when planning your travels to Europe.
Table Mountain – the mother who keeps the city within her grasp – is a timeless, world-renowned icon. Famous for its table-like shape, it overlooks the City of Cape Town in all its glory, boasting
The noise, chaos, and momentum of our everyday lives can leave us with a yearning to seek out a path of self-discovery. A desire to heal, rejuvenate, and energise our body and soul. Travelling to
Conservation leaders urge UN World Tourism Organisation: Curb wildlife exploitation in ‘Tomorrow’s Tourism’. As the current global pandemic is case-in-point that keeping wildlife in cages almost always turns around to bite you. Going forward, a
The world is witnessing an unprecedented, human-induced collapse of biodiversity and is in the middle of a global pandemic caused by the consumption of wild species often kept in cruel, unsanitary conditions. Laws insisting on
Why do people surrender their homes and all the valuable possessions in it just to travel? Why should you choose to leave your successful career, family, pets, and friends for a faraway destination? These are
Seven Best Hiking Trails to do in Cape Town. South Africa.
Over the past few decades, travelling to foreign countries has become increasingly popular and accessible with the affordable readily available transport and flights. This allows millions of people to explore incredible places that wouldn’t have
Will giraffes survive humanity? They are as iconic as lions, rhinos and elephants and their long-term existence in the wild is under similar threat, however, the world’s tallest animals get much less public attention or
For a continent with such a diverse culture and tradition spread across its different countries, the last thing you would expect to be an attraction is a sunset. However, there are some incredible spots that
Slowly the tiny ball in the wooden crate began to unwind. Its scales moved and a pointy nose followed by two black button eyes emerged. Natalie was entranced. The baby pangolin unwrapped its tail, holding
I’m just landed from an incredible ten-day trip to India, staying in Rishikesh and enjoying a transformation and wellness retreat with Namaste Retreats India. There were long walks, yoga, meditation and much reflection and introspection.
While Lammie the elephant languishes alone since the recent death of her partner, Kinkel, elephant experts are calling for her release from Johannesburg Zoo to a sanctuary, saying the captive elephant’s overall wellbeing is being
Often while travelling, opportunities for horseriding arise, allowing a different way of experiencing the destination. Yet long rides on horseback can be quite exhausting, and you would do well to be prepared to handle the
We are all different; with different tastes and preferences. Which means that when it comes to travelling, we all have different interests, desires and expectations from our journeys. Some look to enrich their soul, while others