There was a time when women feared travelling alone. In the back of their minds, there was always a concern for personal safety while out there by themselves, and this saw them opting to rather
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
As a lover of nature, I’ve come to learn that having a hobby that allows me to step out into the great outdoors truly is the best therapy, especially when life throws those unpredicted challenges,
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
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
Thinking of hiking Africa’s highest peak in Winter? Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is undoubtedly a challenge and one which many avid hikers have attempted or wish to attempt at some point. It’s useful however to
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.
Imagine being in India, learning about ancient art and the healing powers of yoga, meditation, Ayurveda while experiencing deep transformation in your body, mind and soul. Just imagine. Few places in the world are as
At least 600 cheetahs are kept in captivity in South African tourism facilities, offering interactions and cub petting in the name of conservation and education. Do these facilities truly promote the survival of free-ranging cheetahs
Hotels are usually the lodging options people think of when they’re going to be travelling. They’re everywhere and easy to book and customers usually see commercials for chains, which makes them feel familiar with the place.