Know Before You Go: 14 Travel Tips for Madagascar

Influenced by its early Asian settlers and proximity to the African mainland, Madagascar has been ultimately – and uniquely – shaped by its geographical isolation. It’s the oldest and fourth largest island in the world, with the topographical and climatic diversity of a small continent. It’s an irresistible location for lovers of the great outdoors, […]

Preparing for a Trip to Antarctica: FAQs (Part 4: Photography Equipment)

The decision to travel to Antarctica is a big one. It requires a commitment of both time and money and involves more planning and preparation than most other trips. But like all great travel adventures, this is part of the overall experience and part of the fun. Having made the decision to return to Antarctica […]

Preparing for a Trip to Antarctica: FAQs (Part 3: The Experience)

  The decision to travel to Antarctica is a big one. It requires a commitment of both time and money and involves more planning and preparation than most other trips. But like all great travel adventures, this is part of the overall experience and part of the fun. Having made the decision to return to […]

Preparing for a Trip to Antarctica: FAQs (Part 2: Packing)

  The decision to travel to Antarctica is a big one. It requires a commitment of both time and money and involves more planning and preparation than most other trips. But like all great travel adventures, this is part of the overall experience and part of the fun. Having made the decision to return to […]

Preparing for a Trip to Antarctica: FAQs (Part 1: Planning)

The decision to travel to Antarctica is a big one. It requires a commitment of both time and money and involves more planning and preparation than most other trips. But like all great travel adventures, this is part of the overall experience and part of the fun. Having made the decision to return to Antarctica […]

Travel Planning & Tips for Karijini NP, Western Australia

Oxers Lookout – Sunset About Karijini National Park Karijini is Western Australia’s second largest national park, sitting 1,400km north of Perth, 275km south of Port Headland and 100km north east of Tom Price, in Western Australia’s North-West Pilbara region. It’s one of Western Australia’s most popular attractions and for good reason.  Visitors are rewarded with […]

Travel Misadventures: 5 Things to Remember When Things Go Wrong

If you travel long or often enough, it is inevitable – something will go wrong.  I’m not talking about life-threatening incidents that fingers crossed, we all manage to avoid whilst on the road.  I’m referring to those moments or events that irritate even the most experienced traveler – plane delays, bus breakdowns, stolen bags, over-booked […]