Unique Lodges of the World

Unique Lodges of the World

National Geographic’s unique Lodges of the World Right now, we are in the midst of a World-wide phenomenon of conscious travel. A concept that is (slightly too political for me to write about) particularly challenging for New Zealanders since we are a breed who love...
Support During Covid Crisis

Support During Covid Crisis

No-one could have expected Covid-19 to spread as rapidly as it did throughout the travel industry. One minute we were receiving advice recommending travellers avoid Italy, and the next moment borders were shutting down, transit options were reducing before our eyes...
Vietnam

Vietnam

Vietnam is a long, narrow nation shaped like the letter s. It is in Southeast Asia on the eastern edge of the peninsula known as Indochina. Its neighbors include China to the north and Laos and Cambodia to the west. One part exploration, one part culture, one part...
Marrakech

Marrakech

The chief city of central Morocco and the first of Morocco’s Imperial cities If you’re Europe bound, a few days in Morocco’s popular tourist city, Marrakech, promises to be captivating. Expect fragrant tagines and local curry dishes. Vibrant souks filled with...
Egypt

Egypt

For many travellers, historians and adventure seekers, Egypt is considered a holy grail. Riddled in mystery, the plethora of ancient tombs and monuments defy the odds of the modern World where it can often seem as though there is no such thing as “off the beaten...