With its sunny weather, bright blue sky and spectacular scenery, Sydney is the perfect city for outdoors exploration. And the best thing about it – it won’t cost you a thing apart from the bus fare. Depending on your interests, you can explore the sights within the city or venture out into the surrounding National Parks. There are plenty of free things to do in Sydney and here is the pick of the bunch.
New Zealand is pretty much an idyllic spot to come hiking all year round. Our National Parks and hiking trails are open to walkers year-round but the time of year you visit will make a difference to your experience. Basically, it boils down to individual preferences on which season suits you best. Here, we’ve broken it down season by season so as to give you a good insight into what to expect.
Probably the first thing that comes to mind when hearing about Transylvania is the legend of the infamous Dracula. While this might be the main reason why people want to visit the central region of Romania, those who’ve already been here will (hopefully!) tell you that there is much more to see than that Dracula’s Castle!
A Safari in Africa is a dream come true for many travellers. After all, who wouldn’t want to experience the beautiful environment of the African plains while viewing amazing animals in their natural habitat? Add on some interesting cultural and culinary experiences, and you have the recipe for an amazing trip. These tips will help you plan your perfect safari adventure.
If you have ever been to Bali, it may be no surprise to you that this island was recently rated as the world’s top travel destination. From the breathtaking cliffside views, perfectly sculpted rice terraces, magnificent underwater world to intricately carved Hindu temples, it’s hard not to fall in love with this paradise also known as the Island of the Gods.
Headed to Cusco? Many people fly into Lima and then straight to Cusco. But there’s another great way to get to Cusco that is totally worth the extra time. Not only will you get to experience more of the Peruvian desert and the Andes, but you will probably arrive in Cusco a little more acclimatized to the high elevation.
we’ll share 5 reasons why a dream vacation to Costa Rica is a great idea. Who knows? This diverse little country might be the perfect destination to stop dreaming about and actually tick off your bucket list.
Costa Rica is famous for beaches, rainforests, and those adorable little smiling sloths. But have you thought about Costa Rica’s waterfalls? As a tropical country, Costa Rica sees a lot of rain–about 100 inches per year. In the mountainous regions (hint: where the rivers start) that can jump to 25 feet a year in some places! All that water makes for plenty of crystal clear rivers and some pretty impressive waterfalls.
Before I visited the Seychelles, I had read a lot about how this is one of the most expensive destinations in the world and not at all suitable for backpackers. Moreover, since it is termed as a honeymoon spot, I wasn’t sure if going solo here was actually a good choice or not. But, in the end, my love for traveling to islands won over my fear of traveling solo in an expensive country and I am really grateful for it. You know why? Because Seychelles is not as expensive as they claim it to be. Yes, it is still slightly expensive in comparison to South East Asian countries but it is quite easily manageable. I managed my entire 15 day solo trip to this island for $730 USD, and here is how you can do it too.
Taiwan is a small island country that packs in a mind-boggling range of cultural, culinary, and scenic attractions. There are so many awesome Taiwan attractions that you might not even know where to start when planning your trip. We’re here to help, with this list of awesome things to do in Taiwan, with a mix of the most famous places and ideas for escaping the crowds.