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!
All bloggers have a list of their favourite travel blogs that they regularly read. Check out The Global Couple’s list for some new travel blogs to follow!
Hiking through the snow surrounded by volcanoes. Sounds epic, right? Yep, this is New Zealand and the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, as told by The Atlas Heart.
Travelling in New Zealand can get pretty expensive. This post gives some top tips on how to save money on transport, accommodation, food, and activities!
New York City is arguably the best city in the world – it’s so vibrant, chaotic, and full of life. Here’s some Wednesday wanderlust – pack your bags now!
Carey from Blaze Your Adventure shares survival tips for encounters with wildlife in National Parks this summer – bears, wolves, and mountain lions, oh my!
Winter is here! Check out this guide to skiing in New Zealand, including both the North and South Islands and recommendations for the best ski fields.
We’re mountain biking novices and are enjoying trying new tracks near Auckland. Tawharanui Regional Park combines great views with a challenging track!
Wellington is full of great food and craft beer. This guide suggests the best places to eat and drink on a budget in the world’s ‘coolest little capital’.
If you love the outdoors and good food, Vancouver should be on your bucket list. This 36 hours itinerary blends a bit of both and then some!
Don’t you hate that groggy feeling after flying long distance? Follow Skeeter’s tips on how to avoid jet lag and you’ll be sorted!
Do you love to get a taste of culture when travelling? Visiting markets is one of the best ways to do this! Here are 6 reasons why you’ll love them.
Almost half of Tasmania’s area is reserves and national parks. This makes for some spectacular scenery, as shown by Ashlea of A Globe Well Travelled!
Planning your summer vacation in the US? You should consider a camping road trip in the northeast – check out our guide for the best places to stay!