Dubrovnik's Summer Delights
Perhaps one of the Mediterranean’s most photographed destinations, Dubrovnik is a jewel on the Dalmatia Coast.
Cape Town – History & Good Hope for the future
South Africa’s Cape Town has seen it’s fair share of history over the last 500 years…
Pont du Gard, France – UNESCO world heritage sites
France’s Pont du Gard once carried water over 50km at a gradient of less than 1cm – more on this wonder of ancient Roman engineering here.
Gleaning a bit about Glaciers
Glaciers are important to every living thing on our planet – glean a little bit about these giants of nature here.
Ephesus, Turkey – UNESCO sites of the world
Fought over in the ancient world and nearly forgotten in the modern one, Ephesus is a highlight of any visit to Kusadasi.
Mad about Madagascar
If you’ve never considered Madagascar as a destination before, then here is why it is on our ‘to-do’ list. Maybe you can add it to yours…
UNESCO sites – SEYCHELLES – Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve
Praslin Island in the Seychelles is home to the UNESCO listed Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve which is one of only two places in the world that the infamous Coco de Mer palm grows. Thought to be everything from an anti-venom to an underwater tree, this fascinating fruit has a story all it’s own.
USA – Redwood National & State Parks
California’s Redwood National and State Park is home to some of the oldest living beings on our planet. In this series, we explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the world.
ALASKA – Glacier Bay
Rich in wildlife and boasting spectacular scenery, no trip to Alaska is complete without a visit to Glacier Bay National Park. In this series, we explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the world.
CAMBODIA – Angkor Complex
Taking up a massive 400 square kilometres, the complex of Angkor is one of the world’s true historical treasures. In this series, we explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the world.