The Tarawera Trail, near Rotorua in New Zealand’s North Island, is a 15km hike with stunning views and even a hot spring! A fantastic hike for a sunny day.
Who would have thought that Kiribati, a poor, overcrowded, dirty county in the middle of the Pacific Ocean would leave such an impression? Find out why!
My visit to Majuro, capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, left me feeling a bit underwhelmed – aside from one thing that blew my socks off!
Love hiking? Check out these travel bloggers’ best day hikes in the world – from Chile to Oman to the Philippines to South Africa, there’ll be one for you!
O’ahu, Hawaii’s most populous island, is well worth a visit. There’s so much to do there – hiking, surfing, eating, snorkelling, shopping, and more!
Vietnam is arguably one of the world’s best destinations for food-oriented travellers. Follow these tips to find the best food on offer in the country!
After skiing at all four ski fields near Queenstown and Wanaka in NZ’s South Island, we’ve given each of them a rating – see which one we think is best!
One of the best ways to see New Zealand is from the seat of a little plane on a scenic flight. Go from Wanaka to Milford Sound – you won’t be disappointed!
Pinterest is a massive referrer of traffic to many blogs. We’ve had success using Pinterest, and here we share our top secrets to make it work for you!
Freedom camping is seen as a cheap option for accommodation in New Zealand. But there are many rules about freedom camping – find out all the details here!
It’s no secret that we adored Myanmar. We’re going to try and convince you to go there as soon as you can – check out our 29 favourite photos of Myanmar!
Southeast Asia is a backpackers paradise. It’s cheap, the food is amazing, and the people are friendly. What more could you want? Paradise? Ok, you got it!
Do you only have a week in New Zealand? That isn’t enough time go everywhere, but this itinerary will give you a taster of some of the best NZ has to offer.
Travel can be physically exhausting if you’re not fit. Check out Amber’s tips to getting fit before your trip – you’ll have a much better experience!
Long-term travel has its ups and downs. Having been back home for six months now, we realise we miss some things from our trip but don’t miss others!
It’s important to celebrate with your loved ones. So when we had some awful news, we decided to plan our wedding in a week. Crazy? Yes. Amazing? Absolutely!