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4 ways to explore Tangalooma Wrecks

The Tangalooma Wrecks are located on Moreton Island’s west side and are made up of 15 vessels that were deliberately sunk to create a safe anchorage spot for recreational boat owners and a unique wreck dive and snorkel site. They sit protruding from the water and down to a depth of 12...

St Helena a speck in the Atlantic Ocean

All images courtesy of St Helena Tourism The island of St. Helena can be very hard to find. Located in the Atlantic Ocean, 4,000 km east of Rio de Janeiro and 1,950 km west of Angola, Africa, St. Helena is a volcanic island that pokes out of the deep ocean, it’s a mere pinpoint of a map...

Rotorua Canopy Tours

Rotorua Canopy Tours takes you on a journey through a prehistoric native forest while engaging in essential conservation work. As you explore the canopy by flying on a network of ziplines, swing bridges, cliff-walks, treetop platforms and more, you will also learn about the need to...

Kitesurfing Qatar

When you consider the world’s most predictable kitesurfing spots, the Gulf state of Qatar probably wouldn’t be on most people’s minds. Well, Qatar’s predictable winds and wonderfully still water conditions do make for a kitesurfing paradise as professional kitesurfing coach Sarah Lord...

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Eat Play Stay in Mauritius

Mauritius shows off its beauty and offers adventure everywhere you look or go on this magnificent island of 2040 square kilometres, ringed by the Indian Ocean, the only known home to the ancient and now extinct Dodo bird. Located 200km off the south eastern coast of Africa, it was formed...

glacier snow landscape mountains

Eat Play Stay in Alaska

Explore the wilds of Canada before embarking on a Coral Princess cruise through the Inside Passage to Alaska. The Coral Princess sailed Alaska’s Inside Passage between the Gulf of Alaska and Puget Sound, when passengers can see wildlife in the water including whales...

Mount Popa or could be Mount Pooper Myanmar

Myanmar is certainly a mysterious country. One that is also intriguing. Located about 50 kilometres southeast of Bagan is an extinct volcano called Mount Popa. The mountain itself can be seen from a long distance away, but the volcano isn’t the reason many people visit, it is a plug from...

Very nice, Kazakhstan!

When the invitation to visit Kazakhstan was floated to me, I was intrigued. Bucolic images of stark deserts, mountainous vistas, wild horses and nomadic living came to mind. It was to be more than that, much to my pleasant surprise. Kazakhstan is the largest of the five ‘stans’, the other...

Luxury Glamping at Truffle Lodge

Truffle Lodge, Tasmania’s luxury bush glamping destination is the place to discover outdoor experiences and bush adventures under a million stars in an exceptionally stunning location. Known for its idyllic riverfront location and for being akin to a 5* hotel under canvas, Truffle Lodge’s...

Dive into Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort

Located at the southern tip of the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef, within a highly protected ’Green Zone’ is Lady Elliot Island, a sanctuary for over 1,200 species of marine life and is known for its abundance of manta rays, turtles, amazing array of spectacular marine life and...